German centre-half Robert Huth has joined Leicester City over a short-term loan from Stoke City as transfer deadline day got off and away to Fifa 15 Coins the lowest-key start for English Premier League clubs.
Huth, 30, has fallen out of favour at Stoke after injury problems now follows goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer and striker Andrej Kramaric to join bottom club Leicester through the January transfer window.
“I’m not expecting to walk in the team. I must prove my worth,” Huth told the Leicester website. “We have watched enough Leicester games for being content to come here, certainly the 5-3 win against Man utd. And so they beat Stoke at your home, that has been an upset for Stoke.”
We’ve watched enough Leicester games to get thrilled to come here, certainly the 5-3 win against Man utd. Robert Huth
One more day of the transfer window has become a major event within the British football calendar because of a amount of headline-grabbing last-minute deals lately. Robinho, Fernando Torres, Mesut Ozil and Cheap FIFA Coins Falcao are one of several players to get completed spectacular deadline-day moves, however the current transfer period has bucked the trend.
Wilfried Bony’s move from Swansea City to Manchester City for the reported initial fee of ￡25 million ($37.6 million, 33.two million euros) may be the biggest deal to have been completed up to now.
Newcastle United full-back Davide Santon seemed set to rejoin former club Inter Milan on loan after saying he was “pleased to resume Inter” in the Facebook post that was subsequently deleted. Meanwhile, Sunderland’s Greek midfielder Charis Mavrias has joined Panathinaikos on loan to the remainder with the season.