Football : Scottish Premier League transfers in 2016/2017 season
Latest transfers in Scottish Premier League
|Jan 17||Eboue Kouassi||Celtic||3.5|
|Jan 17||Marc Klok||Dundee|
|Jan 17||Henrik Ojamaa||Dundee|
|Jan 17||Esmael Goncalves||Hearts||0.2|
|Jan 17||Dylan Bikey||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Anastasios Avlonitis||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Alexandros Tziolis||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Mohamed Cholay||Hearts|
|Jan 17||Josh Umerah||Kilmarnock|
|Jan 17||Conor Sammon||Kilmarnock|
The most expensive transfers
|Jan 17||Eboue Kouassi||Celtic||3.5|
|Jan 17||Kouassi Eboue||Celtic||3.5|
|Jan 17||Jak Alnwick||Rangers||0.3|
|Jan 17||Esmael Goncalves||Hearts||0.2|
Winter transfers in Scottish Premier League
Midfielder Ryan Christie on loan from Celtic.€ 7m
Ivorian midfielder Eboue Kouassi from Krasnodar for a fee of 3.5m; Ivorian midfielder Kouassi Eboue from Krasnodar for a fee of 3.5m.
Estonian midfielder Henrik Ojamaa on loan from Go Ahead Eagles; Dutch midfielder Marc Klok on a free transfer from Oldham Athletic.
English defender Blair Adams on a free transfer from Cambridge United; Greek defender Giannis Skondras on a free transfer from PAOK.€ 0.2m
Greek midfielder Alexandros Tziolis on a free transfer from PAOK; Greek defender Anastasios Avlonitis on a free transfer; French forward Dylan Bikey on a free transfer from Stirling Albion; Portuguese forward Esmael Goncalves from Anorthosis for a fee of 0.2m; Moroccan midfielder Mohamed Cholay on loan from Stoke City; 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.
Northern Irish forward Billy McKay on loan from Wigan Athletic; Defender Jamie McCart on loan from Celtic Glasgow; Estonian forward Henri Anier on a free transfer from Kalmar; Irish forward Dean Ebbe from Bluebell United.
Irish forward Conor Sammon on loan from Hearts; English forward Josh Umerah on loan from Charlton Athletic; Norwegian midfielder Kristoffer Ajer on loan from Celtic; 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.
English midfielder Elliott Frear from Forest Green Rovers; English goalkeeper Russell Griffiths on loan from Everton; Defender Zak Jules on loan from Reading.
English midfielder Jason Banton on loan from Crawley Town; English defender Niall Keown on loan from Reading; Goalkeeper Mark Ridgers on a free transfer.€ 0.3m
English goalkeeper Jak Alnwick from Port Vale for a fee of 0.3m; Defender David Bates from Raith Rovers; Spanish midfielder Jon Toral on loan from Arsenal; United States midfielder Emerson Hyndman on loan from Bournemouth.
Defender Jason Naismith from St. Mirren; Slovak midfielder Milan Lalkovic on loan from Portsmouth; English midfielder Oscar Gobern on a free transfer from Mansfield Town; Midfielder Jim O'Brien on loan from Shrewsbury Town.
Welsh defender Clive Smith on loan from Preston North End.
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.
Sammon joins Kilmarnock in loan deal
Kilmarnock have completed the loan signing of striker Conor Sammon from Hearts until the end of the season. The Irishman is out of favour at Tynecastle and has been allowed to return to Rugby Park. He scored 18 goals in 27 appearances for Kilmarnock during the first half of the 2010/11 campaign before joining Wigan Athletic. A £1.2m move to Derby County followed, but Sammon failed to impose himself there and was loaned out three times before joining Hearts last summer. However, he has managed just one goal in 22 domestic appearances for the Edinburgh club and will hope to revitalise his career back at Kilmarnock.
Dundee confirm Ojamaa loan deal
Dundee have confirmed the signing of striker Henrik Ojamaa. The 25-cap Estonian international has agreed a loan deal from Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles through to the end of the season. Ojamaa, who began his senior career at Derby County, left Motherwell for Legia Warsaw in 2013 after a season in Scottish football.
Kilmarnock sign Boyd on permanent basis
Kilmarnock have signed defender Scott Boyd from Ross County on an 18-month deal after an initial loan spell. The 30-year-old has made 13 appearances for Killie since his summer move, scoring once. Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark is also working on bringing in a new striker on deadline day, with Hearts' Common Sammon and Leeds United's Lee Erwin on his radar.
Inverness sign McCart on loan
Inverness Caledonian Thistle have completed their second signing of deadline day by bringing in Celtic youngster Jamie McCart on loan. Richie Foran's squad was bolstered by the arrival of former striker Billy Mckay on a temporary deal from Wigan on Tuesday morning and the Caley boss has now added the talented Hoops centre-back. The 19-year-old has joined the Highlanders on loan until the end of the season and could go straight into Foran's squad for tonight's Premiership meeting with Hamilton Accies at New Douglas Park.
Rangers bring in goalkeeper Jak Alnwick
Rangers have signed goalkeeper Jak Alnwick from Port Vale, with Matt Gilks leaving Ibrox to join Wigan Athletic. The 23-year-old, who was previously with Newcastle and had loan spells at Gateshead and Bradford City, has agreed a deal with Mark Warburton's side until 2020.
Jak Alnwick joins Rangers
Rangers have signed English goalkeeper Jak Alnwick on a three-and-a-half year contract for an undisclosed fee from Port Vale. Alnwick made eight appearances for Newcastle United and had loan spells with Gateshead and Bradford City before moving to Port Vale in August 2015. The deal will likely allow Matt Gilks, 34, to move from Ibrox in search of more regular first-team football.
Hearts complete Tziolis deal
Greece international Alexandros Tziolis has joined Hearts on a deal until the end of the season. The 31-year-old defensive midfielder joins the Scottish Premiership club as a free agent. Tziolis was most recently with PAOK, where he made more than 100 appearances, and has also played for the likes of Panathinaikos, Racing Santander, Werder Bremen, Monaco and Italian side Siena. He has 62 international caps and represented his country at both EURO 2008 and the 2010 World Cup.
Choulay makes Hearts loan move
Hearts have signed Moha El Ouriachi Choulay on loan from Stoke City. The 21-year-old winger has penned a deal until the end of the season at Tynecastle and could be in the squad for Premiership match away to Celtic. Capped at U23 level for Morocco, the midfielder began his career at Espanyol before moving to Barcelona, where he won the UEFA Youth League in 2013/14. He joined Stoke City in July 2015, playing predominantly with the club's U23 side, though he made the bench in two of the Potters' Premier League games last season.
Frear seals move to Motherwell
Forest Green Rovers winger Elliott Frear joins Scottish Premier League side Motherwell. The 26-year-old, who has been at Forest Green since June 2014, joins the Fir Park side for an undisclosed fee, subject to international clearance and registration approval. Frear's first appearance could be this weekend when Motherwell host Rangers.
Christie joins Aberdeen on loan
Aberdeen have signed Celtic's Ryan Christie on loan until the end of the season. The move is the Dons' first arrival of the transfer window. Christie was signed from Inverness Caley Thistle in August 2015, but the 21-year-old attacking midfielder has only played seven times for Celtic this season.
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.