One of the most documented transfer stories of the winter transfer window, England midfielder Kalvin Phillips has completed a loan move from Man City to West Ham until the end of the season.
28-year-old Phillips arrives at West Ham having failed to make a single Premier League start for City under Pep Guardiola this season, with the Yorkshireman finding himself firmly down the pecking order at the Etihad following his £45m switch from local team Leeds United in the summer of 2022.
Capped 31 times by England, Phillips was a key player for his country as the Three Lions finished runners-up at Euro 2020, playing in every match of the tournament under Gareth Southgate.
With Euro 2024 now just around the corner this summer, Phillips will be hoping a strong second half of the season on loan at West Ham will be enough to confirm his place in Southgate's travelling party to Germany.
The defensive midfielder will expect to receive plenty game time at the London Stadium with the Hammers set to battle on two fronts for the rest of the campaign, with David Moyes' charges currently sat in sixth place in the Premier League and safely through to the Europa League knockout rounds.
Phillips will compete for a midfield berth with the likes of Edson Alvarez, James Ward-Prowse and Tomas Soucek at West Ham, with manager Moyes likely to have to use the entirety of his squad with a busy fixture schedule from now until the end of the season.
There is no option to buy included in West Ham's deal for the ex-Leeds United man.