List of English football transfers winter 2002–03

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Robbie Fowler moved from Leeds United to Manchester City in January 2003 for £6 million. This was the second biggest transfer behind Jonathan Woodgate's move from Leeds to Newcastle United.

The English football transfer window for winter 2002–03 ran from 1 January 2003 until 1 February 2003, although a few transfers took place prior to that date. Players without a club may join one at any time, either during or in between transfer windows. Clubs below Premier League level may also sign players on loan at any time. If need be, clubs may sign a goalkeeper on an emergency loan, if all others are unavailable.[1] The decision to introduce restrictions on the period that clubs could buy and sell players was controversial. Some owners were worried that it could harm clubs with smaller squads that were in financial difficulty, particularly in the wake of the collapse of ITV Digital, which had been funding football league teams.[2][3] Players who were out of contract before 31 August 2002 were available for transfer, however, under the FIFA regulations.[4]

The winter transfer window, which was introduced for the first time this season, was relatively quiet for the first 30 days, with 107 deals totalling £17.54 million.[5] Jonathan Woodgate's transfer from Leeds United to Newcastle United on 31 January was the most expensive transfer at £9 million. Malcolm Christie, Jamie Clapham, Robbie Fowler, Danny Higginbotham, Mart Poom, David Prutton, Michael Ricketts, Chris Riggott, David Sommeil and Matthew Upson all moved clubs for more than £1 million.[6]

Transfers[edit]

Only moves featuring at least one Premier League or First Division club are listed. The list is complete, although sometimes loan spells that were extended are covered as a single transfer.

Idan Tal was a free signing for Everton when he moved from Spanish club Rayo Vallecano in September 2002.
Paul Reid moved for free from Australian club Wollongong Wolves to Bradford City.
Canadian international Terry Dunfield signed for Bury on a free-transfer from Manchester City.
Goalkeeper Dave Beasant made three separate transfers in this period. He transferred from Portsmouth to Bradford City, had a loan spell at Wigan Athletic and then moved to Brighton & Hove Albion.
Keith Southern made the move from Everton to Blackpool for an undisclosed fee.
Alan O'Hare made the switch from Bolton Wanderers to Chesterfield on a free transfer.
Jay Smith moved from Aston Villa's youth team to Southend United.
Craig Farrell was a £50k signing for Carlisle United from Leeds United.
Christophe Dugarry signed for Birmingham City in January from Bordeaux on loan. He made his move permanent in the summer.[7]
Lee Bowyer left Leeds United to move to relegation-threatened[8] West Ham United for only £100k.
Matthew Upson signed for Birmingham City from Arsenal for £3m. He also had a loan spell at Reading in September 2002.
Estonian goalkeeper Mart Poom moved from Derby County to Sunderland for £2.5m.
Michael Ricketts moved from Bolton Wanderers to Middlesbrough in January 2003.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Stephen Clemence transferred to Birmingham City for £900k.
Date Name Moving from Moving to Fee
4 September 2002 Phil Jevons Grimsby Town Hull City Loan[9]
4 September 2002 United States Eddie Lewis Fulham Preston North End Undisclosed[10]
5 September 2002 Marlon Beresford York City Burnley Free[11]
5 September 2002 Paul Furlong Birmingham City Queens Park Rangers Free[12]
5 September 2002 Sweden Håkan Mild Wimbledon Sweden IFK Göteborg Undisclosed[13]
5 September 2002 Matthew Upson Arsenal Reading Loan[14]
6 September 2002 Republic of Ireland Damien Delaney Leicester City Mansfield Town Loan[15]
6 September 2002 Denmark Kasper Schmeichel Unattached Manchester City Free[16]
6 September 2002 Israel Idan Tal Everton Spain Rayo Vallecano Free[17]
6 September 2002 Adrian Viveash Reading Oxford United Loan[18]
10 September 2002 Wayne Burnett Grimsby Town Woking Free[19]
10 September 2002 Australia Paul Reid Australia Wollongong Wolves Bradford City Free[20]
10 September 2002 Australia Tony Vidmar Scotland Rangers Middlesbrough Free[21]
11 September 2002 Niall Hudson Nottingham Forest Halifax Town Undisclosed[22]
12 September 2002 Mark Clyde Wolverhampton Wanderers Kidderminster Harriers Loan[23]
12 September 2002 John Melligan Wolverhampton Wanderers Kidderminster Harriers Loan[23][24]
12 September 2002 Stephen Warnock Liverpool Bradford City Loan[25]
13 September 2002 Kevin Davies Southampton Millwall Loan[26]
13 September 2002 South Africa Justin Miller Leyton Orient Ipswich Town Loan[27]
13 September 2002 Tommy Mooney Birmingham City Stoke City Loan[28]
13 September 2002 Neil Moss Southampton Bournemouth Loan[29]
13 September 2002 Jamaica Darryl Powell Derby County Birmingham City Free[30]
16 September 2002 Turkey Erdem Artun Ipswich Town Doncaster Rovers Loan[31]
17 September 2002 Wales Chris Edwards Nottingham Forest Tranmere Rovers Loan[32]
17 September 2002 Republic of Ireland David Freeman Nottingham Forest Carlisle United Loan[33]
17 September 2002 Mark Hudson Middlesbrough Chesterfield Loan[34]
18 September 2002 United States Ian Feuer Wimbledon Wolverhampton Wanderers Free[35]
20 September 2002 Nicky Eaden Birmingham City Wigan Athletic Loan[36]
20 September 2002 Scott Hiley Portsmouth Exeter City Loan[37]
20 September 2002 Graham Hyde Birmingham City Peterborough United Loan[38]
20 September 2002 John Piercy Tottenham Hotspur Brighton & Hove Albion Free[39]
23 September 2002 Sean Doherty Fulham Blackpool Loan[40]
23 September 2002 Mark Hudson Fulham Oldham Athletic Loan[40]
24 September 2002 Dennis Wise Leicester City Millwall Free[41]
26 September 2002 David Artell Rotherham United Shrewsbury Town Loan[42]
26 September 2002 Alan O'Hare Bolton Wanderers Chesterfield Loan[43]
26 September 2002 Nicky Southall Bolton Wanderers Norwich City Loan[44]
27 September 2002 Dave Beasant Portsmouth Bradford City Free[45]
27 September 2002 Michael Boulding Aston Villa Sheffield United Loan[46]
27 September 2002 Gary Jones Nottingham Forest Tranmere Rovers Loan[47]
27 September 2002 Republic of Ireland Ritchie Partridge Liverpool Coventry City Loan[48]
27 September 2002 Cape Verde Georges Santos Sheffield United Grimsby Town Free[49]
27 September 2002 Phil Whitehead Reading Tranmere Rovers Loan[50]
28 September 2002 Greece Nikolaos Michopoulos Burnley Crystal Palace Loan[51]
30 September 2002 Matthew Parry Liverpool Northwich Victoria Loan[52]
30 September 2002 Michael Taylor Blackburn Rovers Carlisle United Loan[53]
30 September 2002 Paul Teather Manchester United Northwich Victoria Loan[52]
2 October 2002 Lee Cook Watford York City Loan[54]
3 October 2002 Ivory Coast Lassina Diabaté France Auxerre Portsmouth Free[55]
4 October 2002 Michael Branch Wolverhampton Wanderers Hull City Loan[56]
4 October 2002 Craig Farrell Leeds United Carlisle United Loan[57]
4 October 2002 Northern Ireland Grant McCann West Ham United Cheltenham Town Loan[58]
4 October 2002 Leon Osman Everton Carlisle United Loan[57]
4 October 2002 John Sutton Tottenham Hotspur Carlisle United Loan[57]
7 October 2002 Louis Riddle West Ham United Stevenage Borough Free[59]
9 October 2002 Colin Cryan Sheffield United Scarborough Loan[60]
9 October 2002 David Norris Bolton Wanderers Plymouth Argyle Loan[61]
10 October 2002 Kenny Coleman Wolverhampton Wanderers Kidderminster Harriers Loan[62]
11 October 2002 Sean Connelly Wolverhampton Wanderers Tranmere Rovers Free[63]
11 October 2002 Lee Featherstone Sheffield United Scunthorpe United Loan[64]
11 October 2002 Gavin Kelly Tottenham Hotspur Kettering Town Loan[65]
11 October 2002 Alex Mortimer Leicester City Shrewsbury Town Loan[42]
11 October 2002 Ben Muirhead Manchester United Doncaster Rovers Loan[66]
13 October 2002 Liam Ridgewell Aston Villa Bournemouth Loan[67]
14 October 2002 Simon Royce Leicester City Queens Park Rangers Loan[68]
16 October 2002 Brian Cash Nottingham Forest Swansea City Loan[69][70]
16 October 2002 Republic of Ireland Paddy Kenny Bury Sheffield United Undisclosed[71]
16 October 2002 David Lee Brighton & Hove Albion Bristol Rovers Loan[72]
17 October 2002 Republic of Ireland Damien Delaney Leicester City Hull City £50k[73]
17 October 2002 Danny Hudson Rotherham United Doncaster Rovers Loan[74]
17 October 2002 Glen Johnson West Ham United Millwall Loan[58]
17 October 2002 Northern Ireland Jeff Whitley Manchester City Notts County Loan[75]
18 October 2002 Chukki Eribenne Bournemouth Hereford United Loan[76]
18 October 2002 Tyrone Thompson Sheffield United Lincoln City Loan[77]
18 October 2002 Adrian Viveash Reading Oxford United Loan[78]
21 October 2002 Dean Blackwell Wimbledon Brighton & Hove Albion Loan[79]
21 October 2002 Lewis Buxton Portsmouth Exeter City Loan[80]
21 October 2002 Nicky Eaden Birmingham City Wigan Athletic Free[36]
21 October 2002 Carl Pettefer Portsmouth Exeter City Loan[80]
21 October 2002 Simon Rodger Crystal Palace Brighton & Hove Albion Loan[79]
22 October 2002 Izzy Iriekpen West Ham United Leyton Orient Loan[81]
24 October 2002 Brian Kerr Newcastle United Coventry City Loan[48]
24 October 2002 Republic of Ireland Ritchie Partridge Liverpool Coventry City Loan[48]
24 October 2002 Steve Stone Aston Villa Portsmouth Loan[82]
25 October 2002 Colin Little Crewe Alexandra Mansfield Town Loan[83]
25 October 2002 Andy White Mansfield Town Crewe Alexandra Loan[83]
26 October 2002 Dave Beasant Bradford City Wigan Athletic Loan[45]
26 October 2002 Des Byrne Wimbledon Carlisle United Loan[84]
26 October 2002 Adam Proudlock Wolverhampton Wanderers Tranmere Rovers Loan[85]
26 October 2002 Tony Vaughan Nottingham Forest Mansfield Town Loan[86]
28 October 2002 Andy Frampton Crystal Palace Brentford Free
29 October 2002 Northern Ireland Alan Blayney Southampton Stockport County Loan
29 October 2002 Lee Cook Watford York City Loan[87]
31 October 2002 Brian Barry-Murphy Preston North End Hartlepool United Loan[88]
31 October 2002 Jon Harley Fulham Sheffield United Loan[89]
31 October 2002 Wales John Oster Sunderland Grimsby Town Loan[90]
1 November 2002 Jason Gavin Middlesbrough Grimsby Town Loan[91]
1 November 2002 Craig Hignett Blackburn Rovers Coventry City Loan[92]
1 November 2002 David Holdsworth Bolton Wanderers Scarborough Loan[93]
1 November 2002 Michael Reddy Sunderland York City Loan[94]
2 November 2002 Lee Barnard Tottenham Hotspur Exeter City Loan
2 November 2002 George Pilkington Everton Exeter City Loan
4 November 2002 Danny Hudson Rotherham United Doncaster Rovers Loan[95]
6 November 2002 Darren Dunning Blackburn Rovers Torquay United Loan[96]
7 November 2002 Scotland Duncan Jupp Wimbledon Notts County Loan[97]
6 November 2002 Australia Danny Milosevic Leeds United Plymouth Argyle Loan[98]
7 November 2002 Tony Butler West Bromwich Albion Bristol City Free
7 November 2002 Gavin Melaugh Aston Villa Rochdale Loan[99]
7 November 2002 Sean Thornton Sunderland Blackpool Loan[100]
7 November 2002 Lee Thompson Sheffield United Boston United Free
7 November 2002 Calum Willock Fulham Queens Park Rangers Loan
8 November 2002 Jonathan Ashton Leicester City Notts County Loan
8 November 2002 Australia Shane Cansdell-Sherriff Leeds United Rochdale Loan[101]
8 November 2002 Grenada Delroy Facey Bolton Wanderers Bradford City Loan[102]
8 November 2002 Matthew Gadsby Walsall Mansfield Town Free[103]
8 November 2002 Dominique Krief Leeds United Sheffield Wednesday Loan
8 November 2002 Harpal Singh Leeds United Bradford City Loan
8 November 2002 Keith Southern Everton Blackpool Undisclosed[104]
8 November 2002 Paul Tierney Manchester United Crewe Alexandra Loan[105]
8 November 2002 Daniel Webb Southend United Brighton & Hove Albion Loan
11 November 2002 Jerry Gill Birmingham City Northampton Town Free[106]
11 November 2002 Ben Muirhead Manchester United Doncaster Rovers Loan[107][108]
11 November 2002 Alan O'Hare Bolton Wanderers Chesterfield Free
14 November 2002 France Ludovic Pollet Wolverhampton Wanderers Walsall Loan
14 November 2002 Dean Windass Middlesbrough Sheffield United Loan[109]
15 November 2002 Steve Kabba Crystal Palace Sheffield United £250k[110]
15 November 2002 Jermaine Pennant Arsenal Watford Loan[111]
15 November 2002 Estonia Mart Poom Derby County Sunderland Loan[112]
16 November 2002 Paul Gerrard Everton Ipswich Town Loan[113]
18 November 2002 Andy Bishop Walsall Kidderminster Harriers Loan[114]
20 November 2002 Tony Barras Walsall Plymouth Argyle Loan[115]
20 November 2002 Australia Jamie McMaster Leeds United Coventry City Loan[116]
20 November 2002 Steve Melton Brighton & Hove Albion Hull City Loan[117]
20 November 2002 Jay Smith Aston Villa Southend United Free[118]
21 November 2002 Republic of Ireland Cliff Byrne Sunderland Scunthorpe United Loan[119]
21 November 2002 Lewis Killeen Sheffield United Halifax Town Loan[120]
21 November 2002 Brian McGovern Norwich City Peterborough United Free
21 November 2002 Wales Boaz Myhill Aston Villa Bradford City Loan
22 November 2002 Craig Farrell Leeds United Carlisle United £50k
22 November 2002 Northern Ireland Michael Ingham Sunderland Darlington Loan[121]
22 November 2002 Republic of Ireland Patrick McCarthy Manchester City Boston United Loan
22 November 2002 Marc Richards Blackburn Rovers Swansea City Loan[122]
22 November 2002 Paul Robinson Wimbledon Carlisle United Loan
22 November 2002 Alan Tate Manchester City Swansea City Loan[122]
27 November 2002 Ryan Green Cardiff City Sheffield Wednesday Loan[123]
27 November 2002 Graham Hyde Birmingham City Bristol Rovers Free[124]
27 November 2002 Shaun Wilkinson Brighton & Hove Albion Chesterfield Loan
28 November 2002 Carlton Cole Chelsea Wolverhampton Wanderers Loan[125]
29 November 2002 Jimmy Aggrey Fulham Yeovil Town Loan
29 November 2002 Wales Mark Crossley Middlesbrough Stoke City Loan
29 November 2002 Rhys Day Manchester City Mansfield Town Loan
29 November 2002 Phil Gulliver Middlesbrough Blackpool Loan[126][127]
29 November 2002 Dean Holdsworth Bolton Wanderers Coventry City Loan[128]
29 November 2002 Richard Logan Ipswich Town Boston United Loan[129]
29 November 2002 Republic of Ireland John McGrath Aston Villa Dagenham & Redbridge Loan[130]
29 November 2002 Richard Offiong Newcastle United Darlington Loan[131]
29 November 2002 Geoff Pitcher Brighton & Hove Albion Dagenham & Redbridge Loan[130]
29 November 2002 Marvin Robinson Derby County Tranmere Rovers Loan[132]
29 November 2002 Kevin Street Crewe Alexandra Bristol Rovers Free[133]
29 November 2002 Adam Virgo Brighton & Hove Albion Exeter City Loan[134]
29 November 2002 Ben Williams Manchester United Coventry City Loan[135]
3 December 2002 Brian Barry-Murphy Preston North End Hartlepool United Loan[136][137]
3 December 2002 Paul Hayes Norwich City Scunthorpe United Free[138]
3 December 2002 Gavin Melaugh Aston Villa Rochdale Loan[139]
3 December 2002 Glyn Thompson Fulham Northampton Town Loan[140]
1 November 2002 Jason Gavin Middlesbrough Grimsby Town Loan[141]
4 December 2002 Wales John Oster Sunderland Grimsby Town Loan[141][142]
27 September 2002 Cape Verde Georges Santos Sheffield United Grimsby Town Free[141]
4 December 2002 Turkey Hakan Şükür Italy Parma Blackburn Rovers Free[143]
5 December 2002 Gareth Ainsworth Wimbledon Walsall Loan[144]
5 December 2002 John Melligan Wolverhampton Wanderers Kidderminster Harriers Loan[145]
6 December 2002 Steve Banks Bolton Wanderers Stoke City Loan[146]
6 December 2002 Republic of Ireland Graham Barrett Arsenal Brighton & Hove Albion Loan[147]
6 December 2002 Marcus Hall Southampton Stoke City Loan[148]
6 December 2002 Steve Sidwell Arsenal Brighton & Hove Albion Loan[149]
6 December 2002 Nicky Southall Bolton Wanderers Gillingham Loan[150]
6 December 2002 Senegal Ferdinand Coly France Lens Birmingham City Loan[151]
9 December 2002 Chris Beech Rotherham United Doncaster Rovers Free[152]
9 December 2002 Paul Tierney Manchester United Crewe Alexandra Loan[153]
10 December 2002 Adam Eaton Wimbledon Mansfield Town Loan[154]
10 December 2002 Mark Hudson Middlesbrough Carlisle United Loan[155]
11 December 2002 Slovakia Vladimir Labant West Ham United Czech Republic Sparta Prague Loan[156]
12 December 2002 Jamaica Deon Burton Derby County Portsmouth £250k[157]
13 December 2002 Leon Britton West Ham United Swansea City Loan[158]
13 December 2002 Terry Dunfield Manchester City Bury Free[159]
13 December 2002 Allan Johnston Middlesbrough Sheffield Wednesday Loan[160]
13 December 2002 Australia Brad Jones Middlesbrough Stockport County Loan[161]
13 December 2002 Colin Little Crewe Alexandra Macclesfield Town Loan[162]
13 December 2002 Garry Monk Southampton Sheffield Wednesday Loan[160]
13 December 2002 Adam Proudlock Wolverhampton Wanderers Sheffield Wednesday Loan[160][163]
13 December 2002 Richard Rose Gillingham Bristol Rovers Loan[164]
13 December 2002 Alex Smith Reading Shrewsbury Town Loan[165]
13 December 2002 Wales Craig Stiens Leeds United Swansea City Loan[158]
18 December 2002 Wayne Brown Ipswich Town Watford Free[166]
18 December 2002 Lee Featherstone Sheffield United Scunthorpe United Free[167]
18 December 2002 Michael Jackson Preston North End Tranmere Rovers Loan[168]
19 December 2002 Steve Brown Charlton Athletic Reading Free[169]
19 December 2002 Lewis Killeen Sheffield United Halifax Town Loan[170]
19 December 2002 Daniel Martin Brighton & Hove Albion Southend United Loan
20 December 2002 Andy Bishop Walsall Kidderminster Harriers Loan
20 December 2002 Lee Cook Watford Queens Park Rangers Loan[171]
20 December 2002 Tom Curtis Portsmouth Mansfield Town Free[172]
20 December 2002 Scotland Colin Hendry Bolton Wanderers Blackpool Loan[173]
20 December 2002 Andy Lonergan Preston North End Darlington Loan[174]
20 December 2002 Leam Richardson Bolton Wanderers Blackpool Loan[175]
20 December 2002 Steve Stone Aston Villa Portsmouth Free[172]
23 December 2002 Andy Petterson Brighton & Hove Albion Bournemouth Free[176]
24 December 2002 Norway Espen Baardsen Watford Everton Free[177]
24 December 2002 Northern Ireland Alan Blayney Southampton Bournemouth Loan[178]
24 December 2002 Dean Marney Tottenham Hotspur Swindon Town Loan[179]
24 December 2002 Luke Nightingale Portsmouth Swindon Town Loan[179]
26 December 2002 Lee Bradbury Portsmouth Sheffield Wednesday Loan[180]
26 December 2002 Matt O'Halloran Derby County Burton Albion Loan
28 December 2002 Sam Russell Middlesbrough Darlington Loan
30 December 2002 Carlton Cole Chelsea Wolverhampton Wanderers Loan[181][182]
30 December 2002 Marvin Robinson Derby County Tranmere Rovers Loan[183]
30 December 2002 Ben Williams Manchester United Chesterfield Loan[135]
31 December 2002 France Cédric Berthelin France Lens Crystal Palace Free
31 December 2002 Phil Gulliver Middlesbrough Carlisle United Loan[184]
31 December 2002 Dean Holdsworth Bolton Wanderers Coventry City Free[185]
31 December 2002 Netherlands Antilles Tyrone Loran Manchester City Tranmere Rovers Loan[186]
31 December 2002 Finland Daniel Sjölund Liverpool Sweden Djurgården Loan[187]
2 January 2003 France Christophe Dugarry France Bordeaux Birmingham City Loan[188]
2 January 2003 United States Brian McBride United States Columbus Crew Everton Loan[189][190]
2 January 2003 Leam Richardson Bolton Wanderers Blackpool Loan[175]
2 January 2003 Egypt Ibrahim Said Egypt Al-Ahly Everton Loan[190]
3 January 2003 France Djamel Belmadi France Marseille Manchester City Loan[191]
3 January 2003 Wayne Quinn Newcastle United Sheffield United Loan[192]
3 January 2003 Daryl Sutch Norwich City Southend United Free[193]
3 January 2003 Greece Efstathios Tavlaridis Arsenal Portsmouth Loan[194]
3 January 2003 Scotland Iain Turner Scotland Stirling Albion Everton Free[195]
6 January 2003 Nigeria Yakubu Israel Maccabi Haifa Portsmouth Loan[196]
6 January 2003 Finland Markus Heikkinen Finland HJK Portsmouth Loan[197]
7 January 2003 Canada Simon Lynch Scotland Celtic Preston North End £130k[198]
8 January 2003 Argentina Federico Arias Argentina Vélez Sársfield Southampton Undisclosed[199]
8 January 2003 Lee Bowyer Leeds United West Ham United £100k[200]
9 January 2003 France Olivier Dacourt Leeds United Italy Roma Loan[201]
9 January 2003 Neil Emblen Norwich City Walsall Loan[202]
10 January 2003 Michael Boulding Aston Villa Grimsby Town Loan[203]
10 January 2003 Lewis Buxton Portsmouth Bournemouth Loan[204]
10 January 2003 Stephen Clemence Tottenham Hotspur Birmingham City £900k[205]
10 January 2003 Jamie Clapham Ipswich Town Birmingham City £1.3m[205]
10 January 2003 Guinea Drissa Diallo Belgium Mechelen Burnley Monthly[206]
10 January 2003 Scotland Jonathan Gould Scotland Celtic Preston North End Free[207]
10 January 2003 Estonia Mart Poom Derby County Sunderland £2.5m[208]
10 January 2003 Frazer Richardson Leeds United Stoke City Loan[209]
10 January 2003 Spain Juan Sara Scotland Dundee Coventry City Loan[210]
12 January 2003 France Grégory Vignal Liverpool France Bastia Loan[211]
13 January 2003 Alex Smith Reading Shrewsbury Town Loan[212]
14 January 2003 Republic of Ireland Cliff Byrne Sunderland Scunthorpe United Loan[119]
13 January 2003 France Laurent Charvet Manchester City France Sochaux Free[213][B]
14 January 2003 France Laurent Courtois West Ham United France Istres Free[214]
14 January 2003 Netherlands Gerald Sibon Sheffield Wednesday Netherlands Heerenveen Free[215]
15 January 2003 Lewis Killeen Sheffield United Halifax Town Loan[216]
15 January 2003 Aaron Labonte Newcastle United Scotland Livingston Loan[217]
15 January 2003 Jamaica Darryl Powell Birmingham City Sheffield Wednesday Free[218]
15 January 2003 Tommy Smith Newcastle United Livingston Loan[217]
15 January 2003 Dean Windass Middlesbrough Sheffield United Free[219]
15 January 2003 Norway Bjørn Otto Bragstad Derby County Austria Bregenz Free[220]
16 January 2003 Keith Briggs Stockport County Norwich City £65k[221]
16 January 2003 Ben Doane Sheffield United Mansfield Town Loan[222]
16 January 2003 Darren Dunning Blackburn Rovers Macclesfield Town Loan[223]
16 January 2003 John Eustace Coventry City Middlesbrough Loan[224]
16 January 2003 Craig Fagan Birmingham City Bristol City Loan[225]
17 January 2003 Luke Cornwall Fulham Lincoln City Loan[226]
17 January 2003 Wales Christian Edwards Nottingham Forest Oxford United Loan[227]
17 January 2003 Paul Evans Bradford City Blackpool Loan[228]
17 January 2003 France Jean-Philippe Javary Sheffield United Walsall Loan[229]
17 January 2003 Lee Mills Coventry City Stoke City Loan[146]
17 January 2003 Tommy Mooney Birmingham City Sheffield United Loan[28]
17 January 2003 Ben Roberts Charlton Athletic Brighton & Hove Albion Loan[230]
17 January 2003 Wales Carl Robinson Portsmouth Sheffield Wednesday Loan[231]
17 January 2003 Dene Shields Sunderland Raith Rovers Undisclosed[232]
18 January 2003 Rhys Day Manchester City Mansfield Town Free[233]
20 January 2003 Australia Danny Milosevic Leeds United Crewe Alexandra Free[234]
20 January 2003 Steve Sidwell Arsenal Reading Free[235]
21 January 2003 Les Ferdinand Tottenham Hotspur West Ham United Free[236]
21 January 2003 Richard Logan Ipswich Town Boston United Free[129]
21 January 2003 Republic of Ireland Alan Mahon Blackburn Rovers Cardiff City Loan[237]
21 January 2003 Poland Piotr Świerczewski France Marseille Birmingham City Loan[238]
22 January 2003 Wales Boaz Myhill Aston Villa Stoke City Loan[239]
22 January 2003 Matthew Upson Arsenal Birmingham City £3m[240]
23 January 2003 Guinea Titi Camara West Ham United Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad Loan[241]
23 January 2003 Richard Edghill Wigan Athletic[242] Sheffield United Loan[243]
23 January 2003 Wales Gareth Williams Crystal Palace Colchester United Loan[244]
24 January 2003 France Benjamin Gavanon France Marseille Nottingham Forest Loan[245]
24 January 2003 Ian Hendon Sheffield Wednesday Peterborough United Undisclosed[246]
24 January 2003 Northern Ireland Michael Ingham Sunderland York City Loan[247]
24 January 2003 Greece George Koumantarakis Switzerland Basel Preston North End Undisclosed[248]
24 January 2003 Finland Teuvo Moilanen Preston North End Scotland Hearts Loan[249]
24 January 2003 France David Sommeil France Bordeaux Manchester City £3.5m[250]
24 January 2003 Adrian Whitbread Reading Exeter City Loan[251]
24 January 2003 Curtis Woodhouse Birmingham City Rotherham United Loan[252]
24 January 2003 Portugal Abel Xavier Liverpool Turkey Galatasaray Loan[253]
27 January 2003 Iceland Joey Guðjónsson Spain Real Betis Aston Villa Loan[254]
27 January 2003 David Rowson Stoke City Scotland Partick Thistle Undisclosed[255]
28 January 2003 Scotland Andy Tod Bradford City Scotland Dundee United Loan[256]
29 January 2003 Jerel Ifil Watford Swindon Town Loan[257]
29 January 2003 Northern Ireland Grant McCann West Ham United Chesterfield £50k[258]
29 January 2003 Belgium Davy Oyen Belgium Anderlecht Nottingham Forest Free[259]
29 January 2003 Ukraine Serhiy Rebrov Tottenham Hotspur Turkey Fenerbahçe Loan[260]
30 January 2003 Spain Salva Ballesta Spain Valencia Bolton Wanderers Loan[261]
30 January 2003 Finland Mikael Forssell Chelsea Borussia Mönchengladbach Loan[262]
30 January 2003 Robbie Fowler Leeds United Manchester City £6m[263]
30 January 2003 Northern Ireland David Healy Preston North End Norwich City Loan[264]
30 January 2003 Republic of Ireland Stephen Kelly Tottenham Hotspur Southend United Loan[265]
30 January 2003 Adrian Littlejohn Sheffield United Bradford City Non-contract[266][C]
30 January 2003 Republic of Ireland Brian Murphy Manchester City Oldham Athletic Loan[267]
30 January 2003 Michael Reddy Sunderland Sheffield United Loan[247]
30 January 2003 Tim Sherwood Tottenham Hotspur Portsmouth Free[268]
31 January 2003 France Pierre-Yves André France Nantes Bolton Wanderers Loan[269]
31 January 2003 Brian Barry-Murphy Preston North End Sheffield Wednesday Undisclosed[270]
31 January 2003 Dave Beasant Wigan Athletic Brighton & Hove Albion Free[271]
31 January 2003 Spain Raúl Bravo Spain Real Madrid Leeds United Loan[272]
31 January 2003 Rufus Brevett Fulham West Ham United Free[273]
31 January 2003 Scotland Mark Burchill Portsmouth Scotland Dundee Free[274]
31 January 2003 Tony Caig Scotland Hibernian Newcastle United Free[275]
31 January 2003 Malcolm Christie Derby County Middlesbrough £3m[276][A]
31 January 2003 Warren Cummings Chelsea Bournemouth Loan[277]
31 January 2003 Netherlands Wilko de Vogt Sheffield United Netherlands Roosendaal Free[278]
31 January 2003 Morocco Talal El Karkouri France Paris Saint-Germain Sunderland Loan[279]
31 January 2003 Tom English Newcastle United Scotland Livingston Free[280]
31 January 2003 France David Grondin Arsenal Dunfermline Athletic Loan[281]
31 January 2003 Danny Higginbotham Derby County Southampton £1.5m[282]
31 January 2003 Scotland Duncan Jupp Wimbledon Notts County Free[283]
31 January 2003 France Florent Laville France Lyon Bolton Wanderers Loan[269]
31 January 2003 Sweden Kangana Ndiwa Sweden Djurgården Bolton Wanderers Undisclosed[284]
31 January 2003 Stefan Magnusson Unattached Bradford City Free[285]
31 January 2003 Carlos Marinelli Middlesbrough Torino Loan[286]
31 January 2003 Justin Miller Ipswich Town Leyton Orient Free[287]
31 January 2003 Stuart Naylor Fulham St Johnstone Undisclosed
31 January 2003 Richard Offiong Newcastle United Motherwell Free[288]
31 January 2003 Craig Penman Everton East Stirlingshire Undisclosed[289]
31 January 2003 David Prutton Nottingham Forest Southampton £2.5m[290]
31 January 2003 Chris Riggott Derby County Middlesbrough Loan[276][291][A]
31 January 2003 Michael Ricketts Bolton Wanderers Middlesbrough £3.5m[292][293]
31 January 2003 Anthony Shandran Burnley York City Loan[294]
31 January 2003 Tony Vaughan Nottingham Forest Motherwell Loan[288]
31 January 2003 Moritz Volz Arsenal Wimbledon Loan[295][296]
31 January 2003 Guillaume Warmuz Lens Arsenal Loan[297]
31 January 2003 Chris Willmott Wimbledon Luton Town Loan[298]
31 January 2003 Jonathan Woodgate Leeds United Newcastle United £9m[299]

Notes[edit]

  • A Christie and Riggott joined Middlesbrough in a combined deal worth £5 million. Christie signed for Middlesbrough immediately, while Riggott initially joined on loan before making a permanent move.
  • B Charvet left Manchester City by mutual consent in October 2002. He signed for Sochaux in January.

References[edit]

General

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