The biggest January transfers in the Championship - and how they fared

The January transfer window was a busy one with plenty of players moving around the Championship on both loan and permanent deals.

Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 9:56 am
Updated Wednesday, 26th June 2019, 10:56 am

But how did the biggest signings of the mid-season window fare? We look at the winners and losers (some players' loan moves became permanent in January)...

Hause played 12 times last season after joining on loan from Wolves and impressed so much that he earned a 3million permanent move in June.
A January recruit for Villa, Mings impressed on loan and a permanent move is reportedly on the cards with 15million the latest figure quoted.

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The former Chelsea man was used 11 times by Frank Lampard as they made it to the play-off final, but it looks like he'll retire after leaving at the end of the season.
Casilla joined Leeds from Real Madrid and ousted Peacock-Farrell as number one, but will be remembered for the mix up that allowed Derby to score in the play-offs.
Signed for Boro from Millwall last summer (deal completed in January) and was a key part of their campaign - playing 40 times over the course of the league season.
The former Chelsea man proved that he still has plenty to offer after some impressive showings in a Boro shirt - but he's looking for a new club this summer.
The Wolves man joined Forest on loan until the end of the season but only featured five times in the league and was unable to find the back of the net in that time.
Signed from Dynamo Dresden and hasn't really been seen since, with just two first team outings to his name.
There's a lot to live up to when you share the name of a footballing legend... especially in just nine league appearances for Forest.
An investment signing for Preston from Walsall, Ginnelly didn't make his debut until April but wasn't expected to go straight into the first team. Made five league appearances.
Fell out of favour at Norwich but had a significant impact after joining the Royals on loan. Is free to leave the club if he wishes apparently, with one year left on his contract.
Dowell had a decent impact in his time with the Blades as they won promotion - has been touted with a return and is of interest to Aston Villa according to rumours.
Chipped in with goals at key moments for the Blades, with three goals and two assists in 16 league game. Has returned to parent club Cardiff.
The Blades wanted Hogan in the summer and finally got him on loan in January, as he got two goals and an assist in 14 games.
Had an instant impact for the Owls after signing on loan from Newcastle, but was hampered by injury at the end of his time at Hillsborough.
Another loanee from Newcastle - had an impact when he featured but spent most of his time at the club out with injury.
PNE signed Stockley from Exeter for a reported 750,000 in January and he got off to a flying start with four goals in 17 games.
Nathan Jones' first signing at Stoke and has been praised for his centre-back performances alongside Ryan Shawcross.
Scored three goals and provided one assist in 12 league matches after joining the Potters from Burnley in January.
Scored two goals and provided one assist in 15 games for West Brom after joining on loan from Newcastle United.
Holgate impressed at right back for the Baggies while on loan from Everton, playing 21 games and providing four assists. He's been linked with a few clubs this summer.
Signed from Barnsley after an impressive first half of the season and bagged two goals in ten Championship outings for Preston.