Hull City’s winter transfer window is now officially over following confirmation that Yannis Salibur’s proposed transfer from Guingamp has fallen through.
Twitter: | We can confirm that our appeal to sanction the transfer of Yannis Salibur from French side @EAGuingamp has been unsuccessful (@HullCity)
Salibur was set to move on deadline day but a move did not arise before the window slammed shut, forcing the club to seek a FIFA appeal. This has now been confirmed as unsuccessful.
The club’s transfer business got underway shortly after the arrival of Marco Silva as head coach on January 5 and culminated in eight players joining either on loan or permanently.
Hull also allowed eleven players to leave the club, with many academy players being allowed to search for experience in lower leagues and players recovering from injury being able to test their fitness in matches elsewhere.
Click start below to scroll through the full list of ins and outs at Hull during the January transfer window.
IN: Markus Henriksen - AZ (undisclosed)
After spending the first half of the season on loan, the Norwegian international was signed permanently on a two-and-a-half-year deal.
It was just Hull’s luck that a week after, he suffered a shoulder injury against Man Utd and discovered that he could be out until the end of April.
IN: Evandro - Porto (undisclosed)
Marco Silva’s first signing as Hull head coach came in Evandro, a former player he had while working at Estoril.
Like Henriksen, he also signed a two-and-a-half-year deal. He has featured throughout the last few weeks, scoring his first goal in English football against Fulham in a 4-1 FA Cup fourth-round defeat.
IN: Oumar Niasse - Everton (loan)
Niasse joined on the same day as Evandro, agreeing a loan deal until the end of the season to temporarily end his Everton nightmare.
After playing in their U-23 squad, he has found senior playing time with the Tigers, scoring his first goal in English football against Man Utd in a 2-1 EFL Cup semi-final second leg victory.
IN: Omar Elabdellaoui - Olympiakos (loan)
Elabdellaoui joined up with Silva having played under him at Olympiakos to finally give the side a proper right-back replacement for the injured Moses Odubajo.
IN: Lazar Markovic - Liverpool (loan)
Markovic joins Hull for a third loan spell while being a Liverpool player with time surely running out for him to make a mark and regain a place in the Anfield squad.
IN: Andrea Ranocchia - Inter Milan (loan)
Ranocchia shores up the defensive department of the team and has been called upon following the injuries to Curtis Davies and Michael Dawson in recent times.
IN: Alfred N'Diaye - Villarreal (loan)
N’Diaye became the final loan signing of the window for a second spell in English football after making 16 appearances at Sunderland in the 2012/13 season.
IN: Kamil Grosicki - Rennes (undisclosed)
The Polish winger came as the final signing of a busy deadline day.
Fans will hope that he can be the perfect replacement for Robert Snodgrass and bring attacking flair and a cutting edge to the side.
OUT: Jonathan Edwards - Accrington Stanley (loan)
Youngster Edwards has made first-team appearances for the League Two side since being farmed out on loan to gain experience.
OUT: Harvey Rodgers - Accrington Stanley (loan)
Rodgers joined Edwards at the Wham Stadium at the same time.
OUT: Max Clark - Cambridge (loan)
Clark extended his loan with the League Two side after spending the first half of the season at the club.
OUT: Johan Ter Horst - York City (loan)
Ter Horst joined the National League side to gain experience and as a player to help them in their quest to get away from the relegation zone.
OUT: Allan McGregor - Cardiff (loan)
McGregor has been making strides throughout the season to get fit after back surgery, and went on loan to the Welsh club to get first-team action.
OUT: Jake Livermore - West Brom (undisclosed)
Livermore was the first permanent transfer of the window, leaving the club after three-and-a-half years.
OUT: Robert Snodgrass - West Ham (£10.2million)
Snodgrass departed after two-and-a-half years at the KCOM Stadium, leaving his mark through the Premier League points he single-handedly won for the Tigers during the first half of the season.
OUT: Alex Bruce - Wigan Athletic (loan)
Bruce became the first transfer out of the KCOM on deadline day, effectively ending his Hull career as his contract expires in the summer.
OUT: James Weir - Wigan Athletic (loan)
Weir also joined the Championship strugglers until the end of the season to gain more first-team action.
OUT: Rory Watson - Scunthorpe (free)
After a loan spell with North Ferriby United in the first half of the 2016/17 campaign, he ended his Hull career to make a move to the League One club fighting for promotion to the second tier of the football pyramid.
OUT: Josh Clackstone - Notts County (loan)
After making the senior bench a few times and making his mark in the academy, Clackstone became the final player to leave the club temporarily on the final day of the window.
OUT: Dusan Kuciak - Lechia Gdansk (free)
Kuciak moved back to Poland on a free transfer just twelve months after initially signing for the club after being unable to make his mark in England.