The talented Watford striker looks to be a major coup for Bolton Wanderers. He is only 20 and tipped for big things, scoring 27 goals since making his debut in 2009. It was one of the last deals to be completed last night, and he could score vital goals for the Trotters.
Last night's defeat was the third time since Boxing Day Manchester City have failed to score. Pizarro's arrival from Roma should help supply the strikers. He used to play under Mancini at Inter Milan, so the manager knows exactly what he is getting.
Rumour has it that Harry Redknapp wanted to sign Pogrebnyak and ended up with Pavlyuchenko. Easily done of course. The Russian has an impressive international goals record and has arrived at Fulham to replace Zamora, so will need to settle quickly.
Another solid signing for a West Brom side that are fast becoming a typical Roy Hodgson 'hard-to-beat' club. Ridgewell was very impressive for Birmingham up until March last year, can play in central defence or at left-back and chips in with the odd goal.
The defender's loan move from Tottenham to Wolves could be just what Mick McCarthy's side need. When Bassong gets his match fitness right he could form a crucial partnership with Roger Johnson- he will need to if the side are to avoid relegation.
Leaving one west-London club for another was always going to upset his Fulham fans, and Zamora will hope they don't have the last laugh if QPR are relegated. He clearly didn't see eye to eye with Martin Jol and should flourish under Mark Hughes.
Miyaichi was tipped to break into the Arsenal side this season after an impressive loan spell at Feyenoord last year. Wenger clearly prefers to play Andrei Arshavin, so Miyaichi has been loaned to Bolton. He should do well here and really make a name for himself.
So much has said about this young man, its good that now he will be able to do the talking on the pitch. If he is half as good as he is cracked up to be, West Ham will have got themselves a bargain.
The South African never really got a fair look-in at Spurs, with injuries and tough competition for places. Back at Everton he is like the prodigal son, and will hope to give the fans more to cheer about after last night's stunning victory.
This time last year Danny Higginbotham was a key part of the Stoke City side which made their run to the FA Cup Final. He suffered a bad knee injury which kept him out of the final, and has struggled to win back his place. Game time at struggling Forest will be a great move for all parties.
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