And just like that, it’s over… for another six months.
It was an eventful deadline, as Manchester United started the day by officially reuniting Antony with manager Erik ten Hag and Chelsea ended it by bringing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back to England and Liverpool created a surprise by signing Arthur Melo.
There was also activity at Manchester City, Nottingham Forest – obviously – and Leicester also splashed the cash.
Here talkSPORT takes a look at another wild day of offers.
Man United have confirmed Antony as theirs, with the 22-year-old signing for £80million before add-ons.
“It’s an incredible moment in my career to join one of the most iconic clubs in the world,” he told manutd.com.
Rivals City were active and brought in Swiss defender Manuel Akanji – their fifth signing of the window – from Borussia Dortmund on a five-year contract.
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On the south coast, Southampton said goodbye to Oriol Romeu after seven years as he returned to his native Spain to sign for Girona. Leicester, meanwhile, spent their first savings on defender Wout Faes from Reims.
Willy Boly has completed his move to Nottingham Forest, becoming the club’s 19th signing of the window.
Bournemouth have brought in Jack Stephens on loan from Southampton and it has been revealed that Chelsea and Barcelona have agreed a fee to bring Aubameyang back to the Premier League.
At the start of the day, Jan Bednarek was heading to West Ham, then it was off and he joined Aston Villa instead, while Fulham snapped up Paris Saint-Germain left-back Layvin Kurzawa on loan and Willian on free. .
Idrissa Gana Gueye also left PSG, which returned to Everton.
“There is no better feeling than coming home. I am very happy to be here at Everton again, helping and working hard. I will give my soul to this team,” he said. -he declares.
United have added goalkeeper Martin Dubravka to their ranks, meaning they count him and Tom Heaton, who were both the No.1 goalkeepers a few seasons ago, as backup goalkeepers.
A bit of entertainment came from Leeds, via the south of France. Marseille’s Bamba Dieng spent much of the afternoon with a private jet waiting. He was deciding whether to head for Elland Road or his rivals Nice. He didn’t choose Leeds despite chairman Andrea Radrizzani taking out the bunting…
Radrizzani and Leeds had the final say when it emerged Dieng had failed his Nice medical.
Chelsea have added a very familiar face to their ranks in former Arsenal man Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, with Marcos Alonso set to go the other way at Barcelona. Meanwhile, Juventus midfielder Denis Zakaria has joined the Blues on loan.
There were hopes that Memphis Depay could arrive as well but with an hour to go the Dutchman told the fans he had decided to stay on Barca’s bench.
However, the Blues have said goodbye to Billy Gilmour, who joins Brighton for between £8m and £9m.
At Anfield, Arthur Melo’s loan was announced late and will now count Joel Matip as another top player he can call a teammate after Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar. You think talkSPORT is joking, but the players really love it.
We thought there was more to come at Arsenal but they couldn’t get a deal for Douglas Luiz down the line.
Everton have secured Manchester United midfielder James Garner, while Tahith Chong has moved to Birmingham permanently.
Out of nowhere, Fulham have signed former Tottenham loanee Carlos Vinicius from Benfica. They also managed to secure a loan move for Daniel James from Leeds.
Incidentally, Nottingham Forest have added summer signings 20 and 21 to their ranks – the Premier League new boys announcing deals for winger Josh Bowler and France defender Loic Bade after the window closed.
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