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5 Biggest Signings Of January Transfer Window 2023

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In less than a week from now, the January transfer window for 2023 will shut down. While a majority of the top clubs have largely been inactive, there are some like Chelsea and Liverpool who were forced to sign players to build up their wobbling campaigns. We take a look at five of the biggest signings of January 2023.

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Mykhaylo Mudryk - €70mShakhtar Donetsk To ChelseaCombing transfer fees and add-ons, Shakhtar Donetsk earned close to €100 million by selling Mykhaylo Mudryk. The Ukrainian club donated 25% of the €70m transfer to the war effort.

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Cody Gakpo - €40mPSV to LiverpoolCody Gakpo's value soared after his impressive show for the Netherlands in the World Cup 2022. Liverpool, a club in dire need of a forward, splashed €40m to acquire Gakpo in January. 

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Benoit Badiashile -  €37mMonaco to ChelseaTo bolster their shaky defence, Chelsea signed Benoit Badiashile from Monaco for a sum of €37m. They lost Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger at the start of the season, and Koulibaly has failed to marshal the defence. 

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Noni Madueke -  €35 millionPSV Eindhoven to ChelseaPSV sold the young winger Noni Madueke to Chelsea for €35 million. Madueke is the English striker who is highly rated by many, and will soon be challenging Mason Mount and Kai Havertz for a place in starting XI.

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Georginio Rutter - €30 millionHoffenheim to LeedsLeeds United broke their transfer record by signing Georginio Rutter from the Bundesliga club Hoffenheim at €30 million. Rutter will start when Leeds takes on Accrington Stanley in the fourth round of FA Cup.

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