Manchester United just couldn’t be kept quiet, could they? Louis van Gaal’s side may be out of the Champions League and yet to win a competitive fixture this season, but they stole the show on transfer deadline day as they beat Arsenal and Manchester City to the loan signing of striker Radamel Falcao.
As if the blockbuster signing wasn’t enough, United had already spent over £150m on new players – including a British record transfer fee of £59.7m for former Real Madrid star Angel Di Maria – and Van Gaal finally has the squad he wanted to try and install a new “philosophy” at Old Trafford.
Chelsea also enjoyed a successful transfer window, although it seems an age since the deals to bring Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas to Stamford Bridge were announced. Arsenal also made some significant moves too, with the £35m addition of Alexis Sanchez backed up by the deadline day move for United’s Danny Welbeck in a £17m permanent switch.
But can you remember every single transfer, loan and free signing completed over the past two months? We thought not, so here’s a definitive guide of every move in the Premier League this summer.
Players in: Alexis Sanchez (Barcelona, £30m), Calum Chambers (Southampton, £12m), Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle, £10m), David Ospina (Nice, £3m), Danny Welbeck (Manchester United, £17m)
Players out: Thomas Vermaelen (Barcelona, £15m), Johan Djourou (Hamburg, undisclosed), Thomas Eisfeld (Fulham, undisclosed), Bacary Sagna (Manchester City, free), Lukasz Fabianski (Swansea, free), Nicklas Bendtner (Wolfsburg, free), Park Chu-young (released), Chuks Aneke (Zulte Waregem, free), Daniel Boateng (released), Wellington Silva (Almeria, loan), Carl Jenkinson (West Ham, loan), Benik Afobe (MK Dons, loan), Ignasi Miquel (Norwich, undisclosed), Ryo Miyaichi (Twente, loan)
The best deals of the summer...
The best deals of the summer...
1/15 Bojan Krkic (Stoke City, forward, £4.4m)
The most unlikely move of the summer looks like it could be one of the cutest. More interesting than all of the inevitable talk about “How will a former Barcelona starlet handle himself on a wet Saturday afternoon at the Britannia?” is how Mark Hughes convinced a former Barcelona starlet to leave Rome for a series of wet Saturdays in Stoke. Bojan has cut an increasingly disappointing figure in the three years since he left Catalonia – but Hughes revitalised Oussama Assaidi last season and could do the same for the nimble-footed Spanish forward.
2/15 Bafetimbi Gomis (Swansea City, striker, free)
Swansea City have reacted shrewdly to the uncertainty surrounding the future of Wilfried Bony with the signing of the equally powerful Gomis. The Frenchman was hardly prolific during his five years at Lyon, netting at the rate of just over a goal every three games – but he offers an all-round threat not present in Bony’s game. Gomis is adept at holding the ball up and will allow Swansea the option of going long more often to complement their sometimes predictable passing game – he is a pragmatic buy with the potential to transcend lowly initial expectations.
3/15 Daryl Janmaat (Newcastle, right-back, £5m)
The quiet revolution on Tyneside continues at right-back, where Daryl Janmaat is a more than adequate replacement for Mathieu Debuchy, who was lured by Arsenal. Janmaat impressed for the Netherlands under Louis van Gaal at the recent World Cup with several displays of defensive solidity coupled with attacking prowess – indeed, he looks more secure at the back than the man he is replacing. The same caveat applied to Filipe Luis is relevant to Janmaat: the effectiveness of his displays will be measured by their lack of prominence. The early signs are promising.
4/15 Filipe Luis (Chelsea, left-back, £16m)
To suggest that Luis is an Ashley Cole clone is to damn him with faint praise and speak a measure of truth at the same time – Schrödinger’s Cat updated to fit Chelsea’s left-back problem. The Brazilian is as safe in defence as a Victorian semi-detached town house, but is ever-eager to press forward on the overlap. Great full-backs follow the maxim applied to referees: you only really notice them when they are performing badly or missing in action. Luis’s value will be revealed if Atletico Madrid struggle in his absence – and if no one mentions the name A Cole.
5/15 Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal, forward, £32m)
Sanchez is perhaps the standout signing in a summer of big-money moves at the sharp end of the Premier League. The Chile international has the pace, skill and finishing ability to play anywhere across the front line – he started on the wing in Arsenal’s Community Shield defeat of Manchester City but is expected to move to a more central role before too long, possibly replacing Olivier Giroud. Sanchez should bring the type of dynamism that Arsenal’s pretty, patterned play has often lacked over the past few seasons. Given the size of his fee, he will be expected to perform.
6/15 Diego Costa (Chelsea, striker, £33.44m)
The man viewed as Chelsea’s long-term striking solution could well turn out to be not just one of the best Premier League transfers of this summer but one of the best in the league’s history. Equally, the Brazilian has the potential to make his £33m-plus transfer fee look like the biggest debacle this side of Fernando Torres. The naturalised Spaniard flourished at Atletico Madrid in Diego Simeone’s high-energy, high-pressing system – but on occasion he can appear leaden-footed and has a fiery temperament that must be curbed. A two-goal salvo against Real Sociedad on Tuesday night hinted at the good side of the man – and his reaction to a Bruno Alves horror tackle against Fenerbahce the bad.
7/15 Romelu Lukaku (Everton, striker, £28m)
Having been on loan last season, Everton’s key signing of this transfer window already feels well at home among Goodison Park’s club-embossed armchairs. Lukaku hit 15 league goals for Roberto Martinez’s side last season as they challenged for the Champions League, only to falter at the last. More will be demanded of the Belgian now the Merseysiders have almost doubled their transfer record to make his move permanent – but Lukaku has the ability to fulfil those lofty expectations. Bullishly strong and with an unerring left boot, he can flourish now he is not tagged as the next Didier Drogba.
8/15 Lazar Markovic (Liverpool, winger, £20m)
How do you go about replacing the irreplaceable? Brendan Rodgers’ seemingly impossible task of filling the void left by Luis Suarez got off to a promising start with the signing of jet-heeled Serbian winger Markovic, who starred during Benfica’s run to last season’s Europa League final. The 20-year-old will be allowed time to settle into Premier League life, with Rodgers expected to use him from the bench in the season’s early weeks. Once he is unleashed, however, Markovic could be the season’s great surprise – he has trickery enough to delight even the most Suarez-obsessed members of the Kop.
9/15 Ander Herrera (Man United, midfield, £32m)
Leaving aside the lingering memories of the farce that was United’s pursuit of Herrera last summer, the fact that Louis van Gaal finally has the man David Moyes wanted can only be a good thing for a midfield in need of both an internal and external makeover. Despite being only 24, the playmaker is a classy and experienced operator – a veteran of European football with Athletic Bilbao, for whom he impressed against United in the Europa League in March 2012. Herrera is a significant upgrade on Tom Cleverley and Michael Carrick – a player of finely spun steel for a deoxygenated midfield.
10/15 Rémy Cabella (Newcastle, midfield, £12m)
The Montpellier chairman, Louis Nicollin, mocked Cabella for his decision to move to Tyneside, telling the midfielder that he would be “bored” at his new club. It will be Alan Pardew seeing the funny side of the deal if Cabella proves a hit at Newcastle, however – and the France international has the ability to be just that. Creative and versatile, he possesses the type of Gallic skill that Newcastle fans have seen twice before with Laurent Robert and the incomparable David Ginola.
11/15 Daley Blind (Manchester United, midfield, £14m)
While United stole the headlines with their dramatic swoop to bring in Radamel Falcao in what looks a drastically expensive loan move, it was the signing of Daley Blind which could help the most given United's obvious deficiencies in midfield and defence. Blind, 24, knows Louis van Gaal and his methods well, which should prove very useful given how slowly it seems the rest of United's rearguard are getting their heads around them. And at £14million, he is the cheapest of United's senior signings.
12/15 Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea, midfield, £30m)
Another expensive acquisition, the fee this time believed to be in the region of £30million - but again, it is easy to see why the cash has been splashed. The early signs are that the Spain midfielder may be an even better player than the one who left Arsenal as a true Premier League star in 2011.
13/15 Calum Chambers (Arsenal, defence, £16m)
Not the most high-profile departure among the exodus from St Mary's over the summer, but Chambers was known to be a player of great promise and has certainly made a big impression in Arsenal's defence so far following his switch for a reported £16million, earning a first call-up to the full England squad.
14/15 Hatem ben Arfa (Hull, midfield, loan)
Steve Bruce arguably had the best deadline day of any Premier League manager as he completed something of a summer overhaul with the arrivals of Abel Hernandez, Mohamed Diame and Gaston Ramirez. But it was the late, late arrival of Newcastle outcast Hatem Ben Arfa which had the fans most excited. When his mind is right, the Frenchman is one of the most exciting attacking midfielders in the league and if Bruce can get him back on track after a frustrating year in the north east, he will give Hull a new dimension.
15/15 Mario Balotelli (Liverpool, striker, £16m)
The former Manchester City star is back in the Premier League after Brendan Rodgers went ahead with a £16m move for the Italian, securing his services from AC Milan. If Liverpool can contain his livewire personality and on-field temper, it could work out to be one of the best deals in the club's history.
Players in: Carlos Sanchez (Elche, £4.7m), Aly Cissokho (Valencia, £2m), Philippe Senderos (Fulham, free), Joe Cole (West Ham, free), Tom Leggett (Southampton, undisclosed), Isaac Nehemie (Southampton, undisclosed), Kieran Richardson (Fulham, undisclosed)
Players out: Marc Albrighton (Leicester City, free), Nathan Delfouneso (Blackpool, free), Jordan Bowery (Rotherham, undisclosed), Samir Carruthers (MK Dons, undisclosed), Nicklas Helenius (Aalborg, loan), Yacouba Sylla (Kayseri Erciyesspor, loan), Jed Steer (Doncaster Rovers, loan), Antonio Luna (Hellas Verona, loan), Aleksandar Tonev (Celtic, loan), Joe Bennett (Brighton, loan), Gary Gardner (Brighton, loan)
Players in: Lukas Jutkiewicz (Middlesbrough, £2.5m), Michael Kightly (Stoke, undisclosed), Stephen Ward (Wolves, undisclosed), Marvin Sordell (Bolton, free), Matt Gilks (Blackpool, free), Matt Taylor (West Ham, free), Steven Reid (West Brom, free), George Boyd (Hull, £3m), Michael Keane (Manchester United, loan), Nathaniel Chalobah (Chelsea, loan)
Players out: Chris Baird (West Brom, free), Junior Stanislas (Bournemouth, free), David Edgar (Birmingham, free), Keith Treacy (Barnsley, free), Brian Stock (released), Nick Liversedge (Guisborough Town, free), Luke O'Neill (Scunthorpe, loan)
Players in: Cesc Fabregas (Barcelona, £30m), Diego Costa (Atletico Mdrid, £32m), Filipe Luis (Atletico, £16m), Loic Remy (QPR, £8m), Mario Pasalic (Hadjuk Split, undisclosed), Didier Drogba (Galatasaray, free)
Players out: David Luiz (Paris Saint-Germain, £50m), Romelu Lukaku (Everton, £28m), Demba Ba (Besiktas, £8m), Ashley Cole (Roma, £1.5m), Patrick van Aanholt (Sunderland, undisclosed), Samuel Eto'o (Everton, free), Frank Lampard (New York City, free), Sam Hutchinson (Sheffield Wednesday, free), Henrique Hilario (retired), Wallace (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Bertrand Traore (Vitesse Arnhem, loan) Thorgan Hazard (Borussia Monchengladbach, loan), Mario Pasalic (Elche, loan), Ryan Bertrand (Southampton, loan), Gael Kakuta (Rayo Vallecano, loan), John Swift (Rotherham, loan), Oriol Romeu (Valencia, loan) Christian Atsu (Everton, loan), Victor Moses (Stoke, loan), Marko Marin (Fiorentina, loan), Josh McEachran (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Patrick Bamford (Middlesbrough, loan), Fernando Torres (AC Milan, loan) Marco van Ginkel (AC Milan, loan), Nathaniel Chalobah (Burnley, loan), Jamal Blackman (Middlesbrough, loan)
Players in: Martin Kelly (Liverpool, £1.5m), Fraizer Campbell (Cardiff, £800,000), Chris Kettings (Blackpool, free), Brede Hangeland (Fulham, free), Wilfried Zaha (Manchester United, loan),
Zeki Fryers (Tottenham, £3m), James McArthur (Wigan, £7m), Kevin Doyle (Wolves, loan)
Players out: Jonathan Parr (Ipswich, free), Dean Moxey (Bolton, free), Aaron Wilbraham (Bristol City, free), Kagisho Dikgacoi (Cardiff, free), Danny Gabbidon (Cardiff, free), Neil Alexander (Hearts, free), Ibra Sekajja (released), Alex Wynter (Portsmouth, loan), Kwesi Appiah (Cambridge, loan), Jose Campana (Sampdoria, undisclosed), Jack Hunt (Nottingham Forest, loan), Stephen Dobbie (Fleetwood, loan), Glenn Murray (Reading, loan)
Players in: Romelu Lukaku (Chelsea, £28m), Gareth Barry (Manchester City, free), Samuel Eto'o (Chelsea, free), Muhamed Besic (Ferencvaros, £4m), Brendan Galloway (MK Dons, undisclosed) Christian Atsu (Chelsea, loan)
Players out: Apostolos Vellios, (Lierse, free), Magaye Gueye (Millwall, free), Shane Duffy (Blackburn, undisclosed fee)
Players in: Robert Snodgrass (Norwich, £8m), Jake Livermore (Tottenham, £6m), Michael Dawson (Tottenham, £6m), Mohamed Diame (West Ham, £3.5m), Harry Maguire (Sheffield United, £2.5m), Andrew Robertson (Dundee United, £2.85m), Brian Lenihan (Cork City, undisclosed), Tom Ince (Blackpool, free), Gaston Ramirez (Southampton, loan), Hatem ben Arfa (Newcastle, loan), Abel Hernandez (Palermo, £10m), Mohamed Diame (West Ham, £3.5m)
Players out: Shane Long (Southampton, £12m), Matty Fryatt (Nottingham Forest, free), Cameron Stewart (Ipswich, free), Nick Proschwitz (Brentford, free), Robert Koren (Melbourne City, free), Abdoulaye Faye (released), Conor Henderson (Crawley, free), Dougie Wilson (released), Conor Townsend (Dundee United, loan), Joe Dudgeon (Barnsley, loan), George Boyd (Burnley, £3m)
Players in: Leonardo Ulloa (Brighton, £7m), Danny Simpson (QPR, undisclosed), Esteban Cambiasso (Inter Milan, free), Matthew Upson (Brighton, free), Marc Albrighton (Aston Villa, free), Ben Hamer (Charlton, free), Jack Barmby (Manchester United, free), Louis Rowley (Manchester United, free), Tom Lawrence (Manchester United, £1m), Nick Powell (Manchester United, loan), Kris Scott (Swansea, free)
Players out: Lloyd Dyer (Watford, free), Neil Danns (Bolton, free), Sean St Ledger (released), Zak Whitbread (Derby, free), Paul Gallagher (Preston, loan), Marko Futacs (Mersin Idmanyurdu, free), George Taft (Burton Albion, free), Conrad Logan (Rochdale, loan), Ryan Watson (Northampton, loan)
Players in: Adam Lallana (Southampton, £23m), Lazar Markovic (Benfica, £20m), Mario Balotelli (AC Milan, £16m), Alberto Moreno (Sevilla, £12m), Emre Can (Bayer Leverkusen, £9.8m), Rickie Lambert (Southampton, £4m) Dejan Lovren (Southampton, £20m), Divock Origi (Lille, £10m), Kevin Stewart (Tottenham, free), Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid, loan)
Players out: Luis Suarez (Barcelona, £75m), Pepe Reina (Bayern Munich £2m), Martin Kelly (Crystal Palace, £1.5m), Conor Coady (Huddersfield, £500,000), Daniel Agger (Brondby, undisclosed), Jack Robinson (QPR, undisclosed), Luis Alberto (Malaga, loan), Iago Aspas (Sevilla, loan), Andre Wisdom (West Brom, loan), Divock Origi (Lille, loan), Brad Smith (Swindon, loan), Joao Carlos Teixeira (Brighton, loan), Tiago Llori (Bordeaux, loan), Jordan Ibe (Derby, loan), Sebastian Coates (Sunderland, loan), Oussama Assaidi (Stoke, loan)
Players in: Eliaquim Mangala (Porto, £32million), Fernando (Porto, £12m), Willy Caballero (Malaga, £6m), Bruno Zuculini (Racing Club, £3m), Bacary Sagna (Arsenal, free), Frank Lampard (New York City, loan)
Players out: Javi Garcia (Zenit, £13m), Costel Pantilimon (Sunderland, free), Joleon Lescott (West Brom, free) Gareth Barry (Everton, free), Alex Nimely (released), Rony Lopes (Lille, loan), Emyr Huws (Wigan, undisclosed), Reece Wabara (Doncaster Rovers, free), Jack Rodwell (Sunderland, £7m), Jason Denayer (Celtic, loan), Micah Richards (Fiorentina, loan), Alvaro Negredo (Manchester City, loan)
Players in: Angel di Maria (Real Madrid £59.7m), Luke Shaw (Southampton, £31.5m), Ander Herrera (Athletic Bilbao, £29m), Marcos Rojo (Sporting Lisbon, £16m), Daley Blind (Ajax, £14m), Vanja Milinkovic (FK Vojvodina, undisclosed), Radamel Falcao (Monaco, loan)
Players out: Shinji Kagawa (Borussia Dortmund £6.3m), Alexander Buttner (Dinamo Moscow, £5.6m), Patrice Evra (Juventus, £2.5m) Bebe (Benfica, £2.4m), Rio Ferdinand (QPR, free), Nemanja Vidic (Inter Milan, free), Federico Macheda (Cardiff City, free), Jack Barmby (Leicester, free), Louis Rowley (Leicester, free) Ryan Giggs (retired), Angelo Henriquez (Dinamo Zagreb, loan), Nani (Sporting Lisbon, loan), Wilfried Zaha (Crystal Palace, loan) Javier Hernandez (Real Madrid, loan), Tom Lawrence (Leicester, £1m), Danny Welbeck (Arsenal, £16m), Nick Powell (Leicester, loan), Michael Keane (Burnley, loan)
Players in: Remy Cabella (Montpellier, £12m), Emmanuel Riviere (Monaco, £6m), Siem de Jong (Ajax, £6m), Daryl Janmaat (Feyenoord, £5m), Jamaal Lascelles and Karl Darlow (Nottingham Forest, £7million - joint fee), Ayoze Perez (Tenerife, £1.5m), Jack Colback (Sunderland, free), Facundo Ferreyra (Shakhtar Donetsk, loan)
Players out: Mathieu Debuchy (Arsenal, £10m), James Tavernier (Wigan, undisclosed), Dan Gosling (Bournemouth, free), Shola Ameobi (Gaziantep, free), Romain Amalfitano (Dijon, free), Conor Newton (Rotherham, free), Michael Richardson (released), Sylvain Marveaux (Guingamp, loan), Jamaal Lascelles (Nottingham Forest, loan), Karl Darlow (Nottingham Forest loan), Adam Campbell (Fleetwood, loan), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa (Roma, loan), Hatem ben Arfa (Hull, loan)
Players in: Steven Caulker (Cardiff, £8m), Leroy Fer (Norwich, £7m), Jordon Mutch (Cardiff, £6m), Alex McCarthy (Reading, £6m), Jack Robinson (Liverpool, undisclosed), Rio Ferdinand (Manchester United, free), Mauricio Isla (Juventus, loan), Eduardo Vargas (Napoli, loan), Sandro (Tottenham, £10m), Niko Kranjcar (Dynamo Kiev, loan)
Players out: Loic Remy (Chelsea, £8m), Yossi Benayoun (Maccabi Haifa, undisclosed), Esteban Granero (Real Sociedad, undisclosed), Danny Simpson (Leicester, undisclosed), Julio Cesar (Benfica, free), Tom Hitchcock (Mk Dons, free), Aaron Hughes (Brighton, free), Gary O'Neil (Norwich, free), Stephabne Mbia (Sevilla, free), Andrew Johnson (released), Luke Young (released), Hogan Ephraim (released), Angelo Balanta (released), Park Ji-sung (retired), Jack Robinson (Huddersfield, loan), Samba Diakite (Al-Ittihad, loan)
Players in: Shane Long (Hull, £12m), Sadio Mane (Red Bull Salzburg (£11.8m), Dusan Tadic (Twente, £10.3m), Fraser Forster (Celtic, £10m), Graziano Pelle (Feyenoord, £8m), Florin Gardos (Steaua Bucharest, undisclosed), Ryan Bertrand (Chelsea, loan), Toby Alderweireld (Atletico Madrid, loan)
Players out: Luke Shaw (Manchester United, £31.5m), Adam Lallana (Liverpool, £23m), Dejan Lovren (Liverpool, £20m), Calum Chambers (Arsenal, £12m), Rickie Lambert (Liverpool, £4m), Billy Sharp (Leeds, undisclosed), Tom Leggett (Aston Villa, undisclosed), Isaac Nehemie (Aston Villa, undisclosed), Guly do Prado (released), Lee Barnard (Southend, free), Jonathan Forte (Oldham, free), Danny Fox (Nottingham Forest, free), Andy Robinson (Bolton, free), Dani Osvaldo (Inter Milan, loan), Jos Hooiveld (Norwich, loan), Gaston Ramirez Hull (loan), Jack Stephens (Swindon, loan)
Players in: Mame Biram Diouf (Hannover, free), Dionatan Teixeira (Banska Bystrica, undisclosed), Phil Bardsley (Sunderland, free), Steve Sidwell (Fulham, free), Bojan Krkic (Barcelona, undisclosed), Victor Moses (Chelsea, loan), Oussama Assaidi (Liverpool, loan)
Players out: Michael Kightly (Burnley, undisclosed), Cameron Jerome (Norwich, undisclosed), Matthew Etherington (released), Juan Agudelo (released), Jamie Ness (Crewe, loan), Ryan Shotton (Derby, loan)
Players in: Jack Rodwell (Man City, £7m), Patrick van Aanholt (Chelsea, undisclosed), Billy Jones (West Brom, free), Jordi Gomez (Wigan, free), Costel Pantilimon (Manchester City, free), Santiago Vergini (Estudiantes, loan), Will Buckley (Brighton, £2.5m), Sebastian Coates (Liverpool, loan), Ricky Alvarez (Inter Milan, loan)
Players out: Ignacio Scocco (Newell's, £800,000), David Moberg Karlsson (Nordsjaelland, undisclosed), Jack Colback (Newcastle, free), Craig Gardner (West Brom, free), Phil Bardsley (Stoke, free), Billy Knott (Bradford, free) Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday, free), Carlos Cuellar (Norwich, free), Andrea Dossena (released), Louis Laing, Nottingham Forest, free), Oscar Ustari (Newell's, free), David Vaughan (Nottingham Forest, free), John Egan (Gillingham, free), Alfred N'Diaye (Real Betis, free), El Hadji Ba (Bastia, loan), Modibo Diakite (free), Valentin Roberge (Stade de Reims, loan)
Players in: Federico Fernandez (Napoli, £8m), Jefferson Montero (Monarcas Morelia, £4m), Marvin Emnes (Middlesbrough, £1.5m), Stephen Kingsley (Falkirk, undisclosed), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Tottenham, swap), Adnan Maric, GAIS, undisclosed), Daniel James (Hull, undisclosed), Bafetimbi Gomis (Lyon, free), Lukasz Fabianski (Arsenal, free), Giancarlo Gallifuoco (Tottenham, free), James Demetriou (Nottingham Forest, free), Tom Carroll (Tottenham, loan), Modo Barrow (Ostersunds, undisclosed fee)
Players out: Ben Davies (Tottenham, £10m), Michel Vorm (Tottenham, £5m) Alejandro Pozuelo (Rayo Vallecano, undisclosed), Leroy Lita (Barnsley, free), Chico Flores (Lekhwiya, free), Pablo Hernandez (Al Arabi, free), Darnel Situ (AGF, free), David N'Gog (Stade de Reims, free), Jose Canas (Espanyol, free), Jernade Meade (released), Michu (Napoli, loan), Daniel Alfei (Northampton, loan), Alex Bray (Plymouth Argyle, loan), Kris Scott (Leicester, free)
Players in: Federico Fazio (Sevilla, £8m), Ben Davies (Swansea, swap), Michel Vorm (Swansea, £5m), Benjamin Stambouli (Montpellier, £4.7m), Eric Dier (Sporting Lisbon, £4m) DeAndre Yedlin (Seattle Sounders, undisclosed, will join in 2015)
Players out: Jake Livermore (Hull, £6m), Michael Dawson (Hull, £6m), Gylfi Sigurdsson (Swansea, swap), Iago Falque (Genoa, £4m) Heurelho Gomes (Watford, free), Giancarlo Gallifuoco (Swansea, free) Cameron Lancaster (Stevenage, free), Kevin Stewart (Liverpool, free), Alex Pritchard (Brentford, loan), Shaquile Coulthirst (Southend, loan), Tom Carroll (Swansea, loan), Ryan Fredericks (Middlesbrough, loan), Zeki Fryers (Crystal Palace, £3m), Jonathan Obika (Swindon Town, undisclosed), Tomislav Gomelt (Bari, undisclosed), Souleymane Coulibaly (Bari, undisclosed), Lewis Holtby (Hamburg, loan), Sandro (QPR, £10m)
Players in: Brown Ideye (Dynamo Kiev, £10m), Sebastien Pocognoli (Hannover 96, undisclosed), Sebastian Blanco (Metalist, undisclosed), Jason Davidson (Heracles, undisclosed), Cristian Gamboa (Rosenborg, undisclosed), Georgios Samaras (Celtic, free), Craig Gardner (Sunderland, free), Joleon Lescott (Manchester City free), Chris Baird (Burnley, free), Andre Wisdom (Liverpool, loan), Silvestre Varela (Porto, loan)
Players out: Liam Ridgewell (Portland Timbers, free), Billy Jones (Sunderland, free), Steven Reid (Burnley, free), Cameron Gayle (Shrewsbury, free), Diego Lugano (released), Zoltan Gera, Ferencvaros), Nicolas Anelka (released), George Thorne (Derby County, undisclosed)
Players in: Enner Valencia (Pachuca, £12m), Cheikhou Kouyate (Anderlecht, £7m), Mauro Zarate (Velez Sarsfield, undisclosed), Diafra Sakho (Metz, undisclosed), Aaron Cresswell (Ipswich, undisclosed), Diego Poyet (Charlton, undisclosed), Carl Jenkinson (Arsenal, loan), Alex Song (Barcelona, loan), Morgan Amalfitano (Marseille, £1m)
Players out: Mohamed Diame (Hull, £3.5m), Joe Cole (Aston Villa, free), Matt Taylor (Burnley, free), Stephen Henderson (Charlton, free), Jack Collison (released), George McCartney (released), Callum Driver (Whitehawk, free), Jordan Spence (MK Dons), George Moncur (Colchester, free), Alou Diarra (released), Modibo Maiga (Metz, loan), Mohamed Diame (Hull, £3.5m)