Winners and Losers of the January Transfer Window

By (Transfers Correspondent) on February 3, 2014

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Winners and Losers of the January Transfer Window

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Winners and Losers of the January Transfer Window
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Here are the biggest winners and losers of the January transfer window.

The recurring theme was Premier League dominance, per BBC Sport:

Club spending in the 2013-14 season included £130 million in January's transfer window, which closed at 23:00 GMT.

That surpasses spending in last year's window of £120 million , but is less than the £225 million record set in 2011.

Dan Jones of the sport business group at Deloitte said spending was supported by record level of revenues driven primarily by new broadcast agreements.

"This gives Premier League clubs the ability to continue to invest significantly in their playing talent," he added.

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