Latest transfers you may have missed

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Michael Cuisance - Bayern Munich to Venezia
Michael Cuisance - Bayern Munich to Venezia
Jordan Amavi - Olympique Marseille to OGC Nice (lo
Jordan Amavi - Olympique Marseille to OGC Nice (loan)
Ethan Laird - Manchester United to AFC Bournemouth
Ethan Laird - Manchester United to AFC Bournemouth (loan)
Hassane Kamara - OGC Nice to Watford
Hassane Kamara - OGC Nice to Watford
Kieran Trippier - Atletico Madrid to Newcastle Uni
Kieran Trippier - Atletico Madrid to Newcastle United
Philippe Coutinho - Barcelona to Aston Villa (loan
Philippe Coutinho - Barcelona to Aston Villa (loan)
Teden Mengi - Manchester United to Birmingham City
Teden Mengi - Manchester United to Birmingham City (loan)
Ainsley Maitland-Niles - Arsenal to AS Roma (loan)
Ainsley Maitland-Niles - Arsenal to AS Roma (loan)
Kacper Kozlowski - Brighton & Hove Albion to Royal
Kacper Kozlowski - Brighton & Hove Albion to Royale Union Saint-Gilloise
Axel Tuanzebe - Manchester United to Napoli (loan)
Axel Tuanzebe - Manchester United to Napoli (loan)
Jonathan Ikoné - Lille to Fiorentina
Jonathan Ikoné - Lille to Fiorentina

Barcelona parted ways with their second-most expensive signing, while Newcastle United made their first purchase under the club’s new Saudi-led ownership. Here are the latest transfers you may have missed this week!

Philippe Coutinho joined Aston Villa on a six-month loan with an option to buy after a difficult tenure at the Camp Nou. 

Scroll through the gallery above to see the latest transfers you may have missed this week, per Transfermarkt

The Villans are set to pay a portion of the 29-year-old's wages and the purchase option is believed to be between €35 million (R619 million) and €45 million (R795 million), according to Italian journalist Matteo Moretto.  

Elsewhere, Kieran Trippier joined the Tyneside club from Atletico Madrid in a deal reportedly worth £12 million (R254 million) plus add-ons. The fullback has signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with the option of a further year.  

In Italy, Jose Mourinho secured the signature of Ainsley Maitland-Niles on a loan deal until the end of the 2021/22 campaign.

Read: Newcastle 'chase' four Arsenal stars

Football Italia claims that Roma will pay up to €1 million (R17 million) for the player’s temporary move to the Stadio Olimpico with €500 000 (R8 million) guaranteed to Arsenal and €500 000 (R8 million) in add-ons. 

Other notable transfers include three Manchester United players who departed Old Trafford on loan – scroll through the gallery to see the latest transfers you may have missed this week.  

Here are some January deals that have already been completed

Maduka Okoye - joined Watford from Sparta Rotterda
Maduka Okoye - joined Watford from Sparta Rotterdam (loaned back to Sparta for the rest of the season)
Alex Collado - joined Granada from Barcelona on lo
Alex Collado - joined Granada from Barcelona on loan
Dani Alves - joined Barcelona as free agent
Dani Alves - joined Barcelona as free agent
Jonathan Ikone - joined Fiorentina from Lille
Jonathan Ikone - joined Fiorentina from Lille
Rafinha - joined Real Sociedad from Paris Saint-Ge
Rafinha - joined Real Sociedad from Paris Saint-Germain on loan
Daizen Maeda - joined Celtic from Yokohama F Marin
Daizen Maeda - joined Celtic from Yokohama F Marinos
Yosuke Ideguchi - joined Celtic from Gamba Osaka
Yosuke Ideguchi - joined Celtic from Gamba Osaka
Reo Hatate  - joined Celtic from Kawasaki Frontale
Reo Hatate - joined Celtic from Kawasaki Frontale
Ferran Torres - joined Barcelona from Manchester C
Ferran Torres - joined Barcelona from Manchester City
Yaser Asprilla - joined Watford from Envigado
Yaser Asprilla - joined Watford from Envigado
Bakary Sako - joined Saint-Etienne as a free agent
Bakary Sako - joined Saint-Etienne as a free agent
Konstantinos Manolas - joined Olympiacos from Napo
Konstantinos Manolas - joined Olympiacos from Napoli