Monday, September 1, 2014
The transfer window slammed shut on Monday night with a new record high for top-flight clubs, who spent over 800 million pounds. Goal lists in full every deal by each team
The jersey number has been vacated since Dimitar Berbatov joined Fulham in 2012, and now the Colombian will wear the iconic shirt after completing his loan move to Old Trafford
The Colombia international completed a stunning season-long loan move to Old Trafford late Monday, beating the transfer deadline to complete his move
The Colombia international, who had been linked with a host of clubs this summer including Real Madrid and Arsenal, will spend the 2014-15 campaign on loan at Old Trafford.
Hull City closes out a brilliant transfer day with the loan signing of the playmaker from Newcastle.
The 29-year-old is keen to build on last season's loan at West Brom after securing a permanent switch to Upton Park for an undisclosed fee, the Hammer's ninth summer recruit.
The 22-year-old Senegal international is reported to have cost Ronald Koeman's side and follows Toby Alderweireld to St Mary's Stadium on deadline day.
The former Mexico and Real Madrid legend expects his compatriot to succeed at his old stomping grounds in Spain.
The Belgium international, who can play at right back as well as his more natural center back role, fills the void left by Dejan Lovren's exit on a season-long deal.
The Croatia international returns to Loftus Road after a successful previous spell at the club in the 2013-14 season, during which he helped the Rs achieve promotion
The Serie A club also has an option to purchase the defender for 5.5 million pounds.
The Southampton playmaker joins Hull on what has turned into a huge day for the Tigers.
The Liverpool outcast is set to spend another season on loan with Stoke.
The Brazilian midfielder be reunited with Harry Redknapp after signing a three-year deal at Loftus Road.
The Manchester City defender has moved to Italy on a season-long loan deal with Fiorentina.
The Wigan midfielder, who won the FA Cup with the Latics in 2013, returns to the Premier League for a transfer fee reported to be a record for Neil Warnock's side.
The experienced Argentine has signed on a one-year deal after spending last season with Olympiakos and reunites with former Barcelona teammate Rafael Marquez.
The 21-year-old Japanese midfielder is set for his fourth spell at another club since signing for Arsenal, following Ignasi Miquel out of the door on transfer deadline day.
The defender only made five Premier League appearances for the Gunners but helped Leicester City to promotion during a loan spell in 2013-14.
The duo have completed their permanent moves to the Istanbul giant and will pocket more than 2 million euros a year as part of Cesare Prandelli's side.