Wolverhampton Wanderers: January Transfer Window Review

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Eggert Jonsson (Hearts, £200,000); Emmanuel Frimpong (Arsenal, loan); Sebastien Bassong (Spurs, loan).

The defensively minded Eggert Jonsson will add much needed steel to Wolves' midfield following his move from Hearts.

The 23-year-old is seen as one for the future by Mick McCarthy, but is unlikely to partner with Icelander with loan addition Emmanuel Frimpong given his no-nonsense style in the middle of the part. Sebastien Bassong was a late signing from Spurs.


Adlene Guedioura (Nottm Forest, loan); Sam Vokes (Brighton, loan); David Davis (Chesterfield, loan); Sam Winnall (Inverness, loan), Andy Keogh (Millwall, undisc).

Sam Vokes will play for Brighton and Hove Albion for the remainder of the season, his sixth club in the past 12 months, while Adlene Guedioura will hope to add to Nottingham Forest's ever decreasing goal threat. Andy Keogh has swapped Leeds United for Millwall.

Close shaves

Concrete evidence that either Steven Fletcher or Kevin Doyle were on their way out in the transfer window was few and far between, as were reports of Kenwyne Jones being on Mick McCarthy post-christmas transfer wishlist.

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