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Three January Premier League transfers you may have missed

The Premier League, as usual, has been the busiest league in terms of transfers, with Chelsea single-handedly monopolizing the limelight after spending £300m to bring in eight players in January.

London rivals Arsenal have also spent a fortune on securing Jorginho and Leandro Trossard this winter. However, in addition to all of these headlines, there have been some quiet but notable transfers that have taken place.

Here, we’ve selected three such deals that might have gone unnoticed, but could turn out to be important for the respective parties.

Keylor Navas (PSG at Nottingham Forest)

Nottingham Forest were once again active in the market, signing three new faces in January and one of them was former Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain Keylor Navas.

The three-time Champions League winner has signed a short-term loan deal following Dean Henderson’s thigh injury.

The 36-year-old is expected to offer goalkeeper Dean Henderson some competition. However, with the England international sidelined for almost over a month, signing Navas could be a major part of their quest for survival.

Weston McKennie (Juventus to Leeds United)

The Juventus midfielder has been acquired by the Elland Road side which could turn out to be a smart deal. The 26-year-old has been a sporadic figure in Turin for quite some time and Leeds were quick to take advantage of the situation.

McKennie will be the third USA international to team up with Leeds USA manager Jesse Marsch after Tyler Adams and Brenden Aaronson joined the club in the summer.

Pablo Sarabia (PSG) Wolves

After falling out of favor in the French capital under Christophe Galtier at PSG, the 30-year-old opted to reunite with his former manager Julen Lopetegui at Wolves.

Despite the initial struggle, Sarabia remains a quality player, and this decision should see him add expertise and originality to the Wolves squad as they attempt to drive away from the relegation point.

Three January Premier League transfers you may have missed

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