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Last Updated: Tuesday, 1 February, 2005, 00:11 GMT
Transfer deadline day round-up
Craig Bellamy
Premiership clubs were busy in the final hours before the transfer window closed for the rest of the season at midnight on 31 January.

Monday's late flurry of activity saw Craig Bellamy head to Celtic on loan for the rest of the season.

Manchester United's Eric Djemba-Djemba joined Aston Villa, while Spurs sealed their 8m move for Nottingham Forest pair Andy Reid and Michael Dawson.

Barry Ferguson finally returned to Rangers from Blackburn for 4.5m.

Earlier, Everton signed midfielder Mikel Arteta on loan from Real Sociedad.

Birmingham signed three players on loan deals, with Uruguayan striker Walter Pandiani coming in from Deportivo La Coruna until the end of the season.

Jermaine Pennant agreed to a month's loan from Arsenal and Tunisian midfielder Mehdi Nafti also signed from Racing Santander until the end of the season.

Burnley midfielder Richard Chaplow completed a 1.5m move to West Bromwich Albion.

Vincent Candela joined Bolton from Roma on a five month contract. The France full-back has been out of favour at the Italian club.

Nicolas Anelka completed his 7m move from Manchester City to Fenerbahce after passing a medical on Monday morning.

Striker Henri Camara joined Southampton on loan until the end of the season and will be joined at Saints by Newcastle defender Olivier Bernard, who signed a five-month deal.

Midfielder Graham Stuart moved to Norwich on loan from Charlton for the rest of the season.

Slovenian international forward Alexsander Rodic switched to Portsmouth player, having signed a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Elsewhere, Everton officials have confirmed that they have been in talks with Tottenham Hotspur about siging Wales international Simon Davies.

Chief executive Keith Wyness said: "We have been in discussions with Tottenham over the weekend, but no conclusions have been reached."

Reports are circulating that Spurs have rejected the bid although there has been no confirmation from either club.

Definitely leaving Tottenham is Portuguese striker Eddie Silva Sousa, who has left to join Dutch outfit ADO Den Haag without playing a first-team game for Spurs.

Fulham have loaned Ghana-born striker Elvis Hammond to struggling Dutch first division side RBC Roosendaal for the rest of the season.

Meanwhile, Rangers signed Dutch goalkeeper Ronald Waterreus from Manchester City.

Also in Scotland, Hibernian signed three players - Ipswich defender Chris Hogg, winger Ivan Sproule from Northern Ireland side Institute, and Cambridge striker Amadou Konte.

Ferguson clinches Rangers return
31 Jan 05 |  Blackburn Rovers
Reid and Dawson move to Tottenham
01 Feb 05 |  Tottenham Hotspur
Djemba-Djemba wraps up Villa move
31 Jan 05 |  Aston Villa
Everton sign up playmaker Arteta
31 Jan 05 |  Everton
Pennant joins Birmingham on loan
31 Jan 05 |  Birmingham City
Birmingham recruit Nafti on loan
31 Jan 05 |  Birmingham City
Edu set to stay on with Arsenal
31 Jan 05 |  Arsenal
West Brom complete Chaplow deal
31 Jan 05 |  West Bromwich Albion
Candela completes Bolton switch
31 Jan 05 |  Bolton Wanderers
Anelka completes Fenerbahce move
31 Jan 05 |  Man City
Camara completes switch to Saints
31 Jan 05 |  Southampton
Bernard holds talks with Saints
31 Jan 05 |  Southampton
Pompey bag Slovenia striker Rodic
31 Jan 05 |  Portsmouth
Ferguson set for Rangers return
31 Jan 05 |  Blackburn Rovers
'Keeper Waterreus joins Rangers
31 Jan 05 |  Rangers
Leicester tempt Hughes from Ibrox
31 Jan 05 |  Leicester City
Hibernian reveal three new faces
31 Jan 05 |  Hibernian

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