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Premier League done deals: Every completed transfer in the 2021 January window as Wolves and Arsenal confirm new signings

Premier League done deals: Every completed transfer in the 2021 January window as Wolves and Arsenal confirm new signings

Sports
The January transfer window is heading into its final week with Premier League clubs considering whether to splash the cash this month. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, spending is expected to be much lower during this market compared to previous years. Manchester United have signed Amad Diallo from Atalanta But numerous clubs across the top-flight are in need of reinforcements going into the second half of the season and so may decide to spend. Manchester United have confirmed their swoop for Atalanta ace Amad Diallo while Manchester City are set to welcome in Filip Stevanovic from Partizan Belgrade. Transfer business will likely pick up as we approach deadline day and some key deals are in the pipeline. You can see all the latest confirmed transfers below…...
Transfer window closes: Jarrod Bowen and Odion Ighalo lead done deals on deadline day

Transfer window closes: Jarrod Bowen and Odion Ighalo lead done deals on deadline day

Sports
West Ham's late capture of Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen for an initial £18m was the only big-money move of the lowest-spending Premier League January transfer deadline day since 2010.Premier League clubs spent £230m in the month, the second highest total ever.But only £25m of that was spent on deadline day. Odion Ighalo's move from Shanghai Shenhua to Manchester United dominated headlines, but was a loan deal - like five of the 11 top-flight signings.The £1.6bn spent this season, including the summer window, is the second highest behind 2017-18's £1.9bn, according to figures from Deloitte.The deadline closed for English clubs at 23:00 GMT on Friday, with Scotland's one hour later. ...
Elon Musk reveals why Cybertruck window smashed

Elon Musk reveals why Cybertruck window smashed

Technology
Media playback is unsupported on your device Elon Musk has revealed why the windows of Tesla's Cybertruck broke during an embarrassing launch incident. He blamed the mishap on the order in which a demonstration had taken place.The vehicle was first struck with a sledgehammer in what appeared to be a successful demonstration of its armour body's strength.But this had caused an unseen crack, Mr Musk revealed, which had subsequently led to the windows smashing when they had been hit with a steel ball.The futuristic vehicle was unveiled on Thursday in Hawthorne, California, where its stainless steel, angular design drew a mixed response from the audience. Responding to a fan on Twitter, Mr Musk said the incident could have been easily avoided. Th...