The summer transfer window is the richest ever at Â£870m, as total spending for the calendar year reaches Â£1bn for the first time.
The transfer window has closed - and every Premier League club must make do with what they have until January.
It has been yet another action-packed Transfer Deadline Day, and this is how it unfolded on Sky Sports News â€¦
Tottenham's offer to West Brom for Saido Berahino included only Â£5m in upfront money, plus more from Wednesday's national papers.
Plus: Promoted players scoring the first top-flight hat-tricks; Six headed goals in one match; and who was the last player left to rot in the reserves? Send your questions and answers to email@example.com or get in touch via Twitter @TheKnowledge_GU â€œSomeone reminded me the other day that
Manchester City looked the big winners as Manchester Unitedâ€™s dealings faded into confusion and Chelsea were frustrated by not landing John Stones Arsène Wengerâ€™s belief in his players is total and he was only ever going to make important signings if he felt they were an upgrade on what h
Chelsea sign defenders Papy Djilobodji in a Â£4m deal and Michael Hector for the same fee from Championship side Reading.
Who bought early, who scrambled at the last minute, and who sat the whole thing out? Phil McNulty on where the transfer window leaves the key contenders.