KENYA BROWN - Tuesday, January 8, 2019
Keep up with the latest moves by Americans around the world during the January transfer window.

The January transfer window is now open and there will a lot of moves happening from now until the end of the month. That also includes moves by Americans across the globe.

Yanks Abroad will be keeping an updated tracker to let you where these guys will be moving once deals are done.

From Europe, Central and South America, and even the Asia and Oceania regions, we will provide updates on the latest transfers as soon as we get word.

It plans to be a hectic month of wheeling and dealing, so keep up with all the latest transfers right here.

Done Deals

Christian Pulisic - Borussia Dortmund agrees to a $73 million deal with Chelsea which will see the 20-year-old make the move to the English Premier League. He will remain with BVB until the end of their campaign this season.

Timothy Weah - heads to the Scottish Premier League with Glasgow Celtic for a six-month loan from French Ligue 1 powerhouse PSG.

Emerson Hyndman - returns to Bournemouth after loan to Scottish Premier League team Hibernian.

Shaquell Moore - returns to Levante after his loan to La Liga 2 team Reus Deportiu ended due to unpaid wages.

Kyle Scott - returns to Chelsea after terminating his loan to Dutch Eerste Divisie team Telstar.

Jonny Campbell - the defender has decided to remain in Cambodia for another season, but this time he will make the move to Preah Khan Reach Svay Rieng from the capital team Phnom Penh Crown.

Gboly Ariyibi - moves to Scottish Premier League team Motherwell on loan from the English Championship's Nottingham Forest.

Sebastian Velasquez - has signed with Suwon FC in South Korea's K League 2 after his option was not picked up by the Real Monarchs.

Adrian Jusino - signs with Club Bolivar in Bolivia's Premier Division after playing for the Tulsa Roughnecks in the USL last season.

Chris Cortez - signs with Chonburi in Thailand's League 1 after spending two seasons with Phoenix Rising in the USL.

Khiry Shelton - signs with 2.Bundesliga team Paderborn after his contract expired with Sporting Kansas City in Major League Soccer.

Eryk Williamson - returns to Portland Timbers as his loan with Portuguese Primeira Liga team Santa Clara came to an end.

Alex De John - signs with Orlando City in MLS after stints in Finland, Norway, and Sweden where he played last season with Dalkurd FF.

Jake Keegan - returns stateside to sign with newly formed team Greenville Triumph SC in USL League 1 from St. Patrick's Athletic in Ireland's Premier Division.

Ian Harkes - signs with Dundee United in the second tier Scottish Championship after his release from DC United in MLS.

Keaton Parks - heads out on loan to New York City FC for the MLS season from Portuguese giants Benfica.

Jake McGuire - the goalkeeper signs with Gefle in Sweden's third tier from the Philadelphia Union in MLS.

Caleb Stanko - signs with new MLS team FC Cincinnati from Freiburg in the German Bundesliga.

Dilly Duka - heads to Albania to play for FK Partizani from FC Motown in the National Premier Soccer League.

Matt Miazga - signs with English Championship team Reading for the second half of the season after abruptly ending his loan to Nantes in France's Ligue 1.

Juan Pablo Torres - signs with New York City FC in MLS from KSC Lokeren in Belgium's Jupiler League.

Brendan Moore - returns stateside as he has signed with MLS champions Atlanta United from English League One team Rochdale.

Chris Richards - signs permanently with German Bundesliga powerhouse Bayern Munich after his successful loan from FC Dallas.

Matt Polster - signs with Scottish Premier League team Rangers FC from the Chicago Fire.

Taylor Booth - the 17-year-old will head to Germany as he has signed with Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich from the Real Salt Lake Academy.

Andrew Gutman - signs with reigning Scottish Premier League champions Celtic, but will spend the 2019 season on loan with Nashville SC in the USL.

Manny Perez - Celtic snap up the US Under-20 national team player and will send him on loan to North Carolina FC in the USL.

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