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Done Deal: Listing all the Deadline Day deals from the Premier League

Sep 1, 2014, 7:13 PM EDT

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The most expensive summer transfer window in Premier League history closed on Monday, as over $1.4 billion was spent on new players.

Many deals were left to the final day of the window, as Deadline Day again sprung plenty of shocks.

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The biggest deals were confirmed late, as Radamel Falcao’s loan move to Manchester United and Danny Welbeck‘s transfer to Arsenal had to be given extra time to go through.

Below is a list of every single in and out from PL clubs. Scroll through that to catch up with all the deals.

Don’t forget to tune in to the “Transfer Deadline Day Show” on NBCSN (Monday, 6-8 p.m. ET).


Permanent transfer deals

Abel Hernandez to Hull City – $17 million
Mohamed Diame to Hull City – $5.5 million
George Boyd to Burnley – $5 million
Benjamin Stambouli to Tottenham – $8 million
Zeki Fryers to Crystal Palace – $5 million
Modou Barrow to Swansea City – Undisclosed
Daley Blind to Manchester United – $24 million
Sadio Mane to Southampton – $18 million
Sandro to QPR – $8 million
James McArthur to Crystal Palace – $13 million
Morgan Amalfitano to West Ham – Free
Danny Welbeck to Arsenal – $26.5 million
Tom Lawrence to Leicester City – Undisclosed

Selected loan deals

Radamel Falcao to Manchester United, loan
Lewis Holtby to Hamburg, loan
Javier Hernandez to Real Madrid, loan
Nathaniel Chalobah to Burnley, loan
Sebastian Coates to Sunderland, loan
Nick Powell to Leicester City, loan
Ricky Alvarez to Sunderland, loan
Oussama Assaidi to Stoke City, loan
Micah Richards to Fiorentina, loan
Toby Alderweireld to Southampton, loan
Gaston Ramirez to Hull City, loan
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa to AS Roma, loan
Hatem Ben Arfa to Hull City, loan
Alvaro Negredo to Valencia, loan
Niko Kranjcar to QPR – Loan
Jos Hooiveld to Norwich City – Loan

  1. Ian's Rushtache - Sep 1, 2014 at 7:16 PM

    I think Steve Bruce has had a fantastic window.

    • Joe Prince-Wright - Sep 1, 2014 at 7:39 PM

      Incredible window. Saints, Hull, Chelsea the big winners this summer. Liverpool haven’t done too bad, either…

  2. Ian's Rushtache - Sep 1, 2014 at 7:49 PM

    Swansea as well. No huge names in, but bringing back Gylfi and holding on to Bony are going to be top moves for them.

  3. bludvls07 - Sep 1, 2014 at 8:03 PM

    If Man U signs Falcao… combined with Di Maria and Blind they are now very much contenders and should finish in the top four. Their back line is still a little suspect but if they implore the Liverpool model of just scoring a ton of goals even giving up a lot can allow them the chance to get back to Champions League

    • lordfletcher - Sep 1, 2014 at 9:29 PM

      I am a huge Man Utd fan but the Red Devils still have much to prove. RVP likely out for a good amount of the season (guessing) and with the new system and with a losing mentality of late… its an uphill climb., sadly.

      Glory Glory

      • bludvls07 - Sep 1, 2014 at 9:40 PM

        I do agree that it is an uphill climb. Chelsea appear to be the class of the EPL after 3 weeks but you don’t have to finish first. And I know the results haven’t been great, but you have guys that aren’t used to losing on that team. Give it a bit of time, Van Gaal is a proven winner and you have a lot of talent.

        Also I’m not necessarily saying Man U will win the league but as far as grading this transfer window as a whole… I think they did a great job and have unfortunately fallen victim to some early injuries. Long season where their competition has a lot of games to play that can wear and tear on a team.

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