The panic is finally over. After 31 days of dramatic twists and turns, the transfer window has once again slammed shut until the summer. Some teams are now in great shape to finish the season with a bang, but others have been left frustrated after either missing out on key targets or losing vital players.
Chelsea were by far the most active Premier League club in January, spending over £300 million ($370m) on a whole host of reinforcements after a disastrous first half of the season.
Title-chasing Arsenal closed a couple of notable deals themselves, but missed out on some of the big-money deals that Mikel Arteta was targeting, while champions Manchester City kept their powder dry in terms of incomings who can make an immediate impact.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham were also quieter than expected, while clubs from around Europe were far more subdued than their English counterparts, perhaps highlighting the growing imbalance between the finances of the Premier League and other domestic leagues.
GOAL is here to run down the winners and losers from one of the craziest January windows in recent memory...
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