Football : Scottish Premier League transfers in 2016/2017 season
Latest transfers in Scottish Premier League
|Jan 17||Kouassi Eboue||Celtic||3.5|
|Jan 17||Aaron Hughes||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Andraz Struna||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Malaury Martin||Hearts|
|Jan 17||David Bates||Rangers|
|Jan 17||Jon Toral||Rangers|
|Jan 17||Henri Anier||Inverness|
|Jan 17||Jim O'Brien||Ross County|
|Jan 17||Lennard Sowah||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Callum Roberts||Kilmarnock|
The most expensive transfers
|Jan 17||Kouassi Eboue||Celtic||3.5|
Winter transfers in Scottish Premier League
Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue from Krasnodar for a fee of 3.5m.
Northern Irish defender Aaron Hughes on a free transfer from Kerala Blasters; Slovenian defender Andraz Struna on a free transfer; French midfielder Malaury Martin on a free transfer from Lillestrom; German defender Lennard Sowah on a free transfer from Hamilton.
Estonian forward Henri Anier on a free transfer from Kalmar; Irish forward Dean Ebbe from Bluebell United.
English midfielder Callum Roberts on loan from Newcastle United; English goalkeeper Freddie Woodman on loan from Newcastle United; English midfielder Sean Longstaff on loan from Newcastle United.
Goalkeeper Mark Ridgers on a free transfer.
Defender David Bates from Raith Rovers; Spanish midfielder Jon Toral on loan from Arsenal; United States midfielder Emerson Hyndman on loan from Bournemouth.
Midfielder Jim O'Brien on loan from Shrewsbury Town.
English midfielder James Maddison on loan from Norwich City; Irish defender Anthony O'Connor from Burton Albion; Northern Irish defender Callum Morris on a free transfer from Dundee United; English forward Jayden Stockley on a free transfer from Bournemouth; English goalkeeper Joe Lewis on a free transfer from Cardiff City; English forward Miles Storey on a free transfer from Swindon Town; Goalkeeper Neil Alexander on a free transfer from Hearts.€ 6.2m
Costa Rican defender Cristian Gamboa from West Brom for a fee of 1.2m; Dutch goalkeeper Dorus de Vries from Nottingham Forest; English midfielder Scott Sinclair from Aston Villa for a fee of 4.1m; Ivorian defender Kolo Toure on a free transfer from Liverpool; Norwegian midfielder Kristoffer Ajer from Start for a fee of 0.6m; French forward Moussa Dembele from Fulham for a fee of 0.3m.
French defender Kevin Gomis on a free transfer from Nice; French forward Faissal El Bakhtaoui on a free transfer from Dunfermline; English midfielder Danny Williams on a free transfer from Inverness; English midfielder James Vincent on a free transfer from Inverness; Defender Mark O'Hara on a free transfer from Kilmarnock; Dutch forward Yordi Teijsse from Quick Boys.
Goalkeeper Darren Jamieson from Livingston; English defender Danny Seaborne on a free transfer from Partick Thistle; English forward Rakish Bingham on a free transfer from Hartlepool United; Midfielder Sean McKirdy on a free transfer from Hearts; Trinidad and Tobago forward Richard Roy from Defence Force; English goalkeeper Gary Woods on a free transfer from Leyton Orient; Defender Jordan McGregor on a free transfer from Hibernian; Greek defender Georgios Sarris on a free transfer from Erciyesspor; Italian midfielder Massimo Donati on a free transfer from Bari; Defender Jack Breslin on a free transfer from Celtic Glasgow.
Polish defender Krystian Nowak on a free transfer from Podbeskidzie; United States forward Bjorn Johnsen from Litex Lovetch; Swedish goalkeeper Viktor Noring on a free transfer from Lyngby; Irish forward Conor Sammon on a free transfer from Derby County; Belgian defender Faycal Rherras on a free transfer from Sint Truiden; Bulgarian forward Nikolay Todorov on a free transfer from Nottingham Forest; Goalkeeper Paul Gallacher on a free transfer from Partick Thistle; Forward Robbie Muirhead on a free transfer.
English midfielder Larnell Cole on loan from Fulham; French forward Lonsana Doumbouya from Cercle Brugge; Defender Kevin McNaughton on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic; Irish midfielder Jake Mulraney on a free transfer from Queens Park Rangers; English forward Scott Boden on a free transfer from Newport County.
English midfielder Charlee Adams on loan from Birmingham City; English defender Luke Hendrie on loan from Burnley; English midfielder George Green on loan from Burnley; Midfielder Callum McFadzean on a free transfer from Sheffield United; Albanian forward Flo Bojaj on loan from Huddersfield Town; English defender Jamie Cobain on a free transfer from Newcastle United; English defender Jonathan Burn on loan from Middlesbrough; Northern Irish midfielder Jordan Jones on a free transfer from Middlesbrough; English defender Joshua Webb on a free transfer from Aston Villa; English midfielder Mark Waddington from Stoke City; English midfielder Martin Smith on a free transfer from Sunderland; Ivorian forward Souleymane Coulibaly on a free transfer from Peterborough United; Defender William Boyle on loan from Huddersfield Town.
Serbian midfielder Luka Belic on loan from West Ham United; English forward Ryan Bowman from Gateshead; English midfielder Craig Clay on a free transfer from Grimsby Town; English defender Ben Heneghan on a free transfer from Chester; Irish defender Carl McHugh on a free transfer from Plymouth Argyle; English goalkeeper Dean Brill on a free transfer from Inverness; English forward Jacob Blyth on a free transfer from Leicester City; Defender Richard Tait on a free transfer from Grimsby Town.
Irish midfielder Adam Barton on a free transfer from Portsmouth; Goalkeeper David Crawford on a free transfer from Alloa Athletic; Defender Ziggy Gordon on a free transfer from Hamilton; English forward Adebayo Azeez on a free transfer from Wimbledon; Midfielder Chris Erskine on a free transfer from Dundee United; Northern Irish defender Danny Devine on a free transfer from Inverness; Defender David Syme on a free transfer from Kilmarnock.€ 1.8m
Swiss defender Philippe Senderos on a free transfer from Grasshoppers; English forward Joe Garner from Preston North End for a fee of 1.8m; English midfielder Joe Dodoo on a free transfer from Leicester City; English midfielder Joey Barton on a free transfer from Burnley; English midfielder Jordan Rossiter on a free transfer from Liverpool; English midfielder Josh Windass on a free transfer from Accrington Stanley; Northern Irish defender Lee Hodson from Milton Keynes Dons; English midfielder Matt Crooks on a free transfer from Accrington Stanley; Goalkeeper Matt Gilks on a free transfer from Burnley; Croatian midfielder Niko Kranjcar on a free transfer from New York Cosmos.
English midfielder Tim Chow on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic; Turkish midfielder Erdem Sen on a free transfer; Irish goalkeeper Aaron McCarey on a free transfer from Wolverhampton Wanderers; French defender Christopher Routis on a free transfer from Bradford City; Slovakian defender Erik Cikos on a free transfer; Defender Jay McEveley on a free transfer from Sheffield United; Dutch defender Kenny van der Weg on a free transfer from Breda.
Northern Irish forward Joe Gormley on loan from Peterborough United; Defender Ricky Foster on a free transfer from Ross County; Midfielder Blair Alston on a free transfer from Falkirk; Defender Keith Watson on a free transfer from St. Mirren; English midfielder Michael Coulson on a free transfer from York City; Northern Irish midfielder Paul Paton on a free transfer from Dundee United.
Hearts sign right-back Struna
Hearts have moved to fill the void created by Callum Paterson's injury by signing Slovenia right-back Andraz Struna. The 27-year-old becomes Hearts' second signing in 24 hours after French midfielder Malaury Martin joined on Tuesday. Struna has signed until the end of the season following a three-year spell with Greek top-flight side Giannina.
Hearts sign Malaury Martin
Hearts have signed French midfielder Malaury Martin on a free transfer. The 28-year-old, whose previous clubs include Blackpool and Middlesbrough, has signed a three-and-a-half-year deal after leaving Norwegian club Lillestrom at the start of the month. Martin, who usually plays as an attacking midfielder, is Hearts' latest January signing following short-term deals for Aaron Hughes and Lennard Sowah.
Kilmarnock sign Osborne
Kilmarnock have signed Karleigh Osborne on a two-year contract following the defender's release from Plymouth. The 28-year-old started his senior career at Brentford and has had spells at Millwall, Bristol City, Colchester United and Wimbledon. He made only one league appearance for Plymouth due to injury problems which plagued the player throughout 2016.
Anier joins Inverness
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have announced the arrival of former Dundee United, Hibs and Motherwell striker Henri Anier. The Estonia international has penned a deal until the end of the season after his release from Swedish club Kalmar. Anier scored 11 goals in the Scottish top-flight during spells with Motherwell and Dundee United and returns to Scotland only six months after leaving the Tannadice outfit.
Toral joins Rangers on loan
Rangers have signed Jon Toral on loan from Arsenal until the end of the season. The 21-year-old attacking midfielder came through the Barcelona youth academy and signed for the Gunners in 2014, but is yet to make a first-team appearance for the north London club. He has plenty of experience at Championship level in England though, having spent the 2014-15 season at Brentford where he played 34 matches and scored six times.
Rangers sign defender David Bates
Rangers have signed highly-rated defender David Bates from Raith Rovers after the 20-year-old impressed on a development loan at Ibrox. Bates has signed an 18-month deal after spending the first half of the season with the Gers' under 20 side.
Hyndman joins Rangers on loan
Rangers have announced the signing of Emerson Hyndman on a loan deal until the end of the season. The 20-year-old American arrives from Bournemouth and is Mark Warburton's first signing of the January transfer window. Hyndman plays in central midfield but has found first team opportunities limited at the English Premier League side and has moved north in hope of regular football.
Celtic agree to sign Kouassi Eboue
Celtic have agreed a £2.8 million deal to sign Kouassi Eboue from Russian side Krasnodar. The teenage defensive midfielder could join the club on their winter break trip to Dubai. Obtaining a work permit could form a potential obstacle. Eboue, 19, has not yet played international football for Ivory Coast after being left on the bench for recent friendlies against Morocco and France. But he played in all six of Krasnodar's Europa League group games.
Gamboa joins Celtic
West Bromwich Albion full-back Cristian Gamboa has joined Celtic on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. The Costa Rica international, 26, arrived at The Hawthorns from Norwegian side Rosenberg in the summer of 2014. However, he has made just five starts, one of which in the Premier League, during his two years at Albion.
Garner moves to Rangers
Rangers have completed the signing of Preston North End hitman Joe Garner for a fee believed to be around €2m. The 28-year-old travelled to Glasgow yesterday to undergo a medical and has put pen to paper on a three-year contract. However, the deal comes too soon for the striker to be involved in the Rangers' matchday squad for the visit of Motherwell today, but will be paraded at half-time.
Celtic complete signing of goalkeeper Dorus de Vries
Celtic have completed the signing of Dutch goalkeeper Dorus de Vries on a two-year deal. The 35-year-old shot-stopper joins from Nottingham Forest having undergone a medical ahead of a move to the Scottish champions earlier this week. De Vries knows Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers well having worked with the Northern Irishman at Swansea City.
Celtic complete Scott Sinclair deal
Celtic were finally rewarded for their persistence in pursuit of Scott Sinclair after the winger concluded a four-year deal with the Scottish champions. Having rejected four previous offers, Aston Villa finally accepted a bid of around €3.5m that could rise to €5.3m if certain criteria are met. The 27-year-old underwent a medical yesterday before completing the formalities that will see him join up once more with manager Brendan Rodgers with whom he worked at both Swansea City and at Chelsea.