Winners and Losers of the Transfer Window

We at Injury Time Equaliser take a look at the good, the bad and the downright ugly transfers. Slideshow.

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Can Santi Cazorla be a new hero at the Emirates?

Spurs (Winner)

AVB continued his revolution as a whole host of players came and went out of the door. He’s spent very well bringing in Lloris, Dempsey, Dembele, Sigurdsson, Adebayor and Sigurdsson. While Modric is a huge loss, he has managed to get rid of some of the fringe players. Overall, he’s in a better position than when he arrived at the club.

Liverpool (Loser)

Brendan Rodgers really needed to invest in his Liverpool side if he is going to play the same beautiful passing game Swansea did last season. The only really notable signing was Joe Allen, but that’s not enough. Borini so far looks liek he’ll struggle in the Premier League. Letting Andy Carroll go is a huge mistake as they need a centre forward to lead the line.

Man Utd (Winner)

Fergie splashed the cash once again as he tries to gun down the noisy neighbours. Kagawa is an understated signing and will provide goals from midfield. Of course, the real headline is RVP. If he can stay fit, RVP will have another great goalscoring season if not better than last.

Man City (Loser)

Mancini wanted more money and didn’t get it, so he bought Richard Wright to prove a point. Rodwell hadn’t proved anything at Everton, so £15million is a joke while Sinclair isn’t good enough for the champions.

Chelsea (Winner)

Chelsea have bolstered their squad with more attacking options such as Hazard, Oscar and Moses to a lesser extent. What all three players have is pace in abundance; essential in an ageing team. Robbie has even managaed to shift some of the bench warmers too.

Aston Villa (Losers)

Lambert was given some money to spend on a team that are Championship quality. What does he do? Buy a ton of players that aren’t even Championship quality! On a plus note, they did say bye to Emile Heskey…

Arsenal (Winners)

Okay, so they lost their 30+ goal man, but at least Arsene is spending not only a good bit of money, but on players who aren’t under 21. The attacking trio of Giroud, Podolski and Cazorla promises Arsenal won’t have to rely on one man to score all of their goals.

Was your team a winner of loser in the transfer market? Tell us in the comments section below.


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