The summer transfer window will close at 11pm tonight as the clubs desperately try to get last minute deals on the line. The transfers came tight and fast all summer.
Manchester City broke the UK transfer record to win Jack Grealish while Chelsea broke their club transfer record to recapture Romelu Lukaku.
Meanwhile, Manchester United will welcome Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club after spending mega-money on Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane.
With Arsenal and Tottenham injecting the money too, fans will be forgiven for missing out on the lesser-known transfers.
And Express Sport takes a look at some of the other transfers that have taken place this summer.
Scott Carson to Man City
Scott Carson originally joined Manchester City on loan from Derby County in 2019 before renewing that contract for a second season.
The goalkeeper made his city debut in his side’s 4-3 victory over Newcastle United in May. After his contract with Debry expired, he moved to the Citizens this summer.
Aaron Lennon to Burnley
Aaron Lennon returned to Burnley last week after leaving for Turkish club Kayserispor in September 2020 amid coronavirus contract chaos.
The 34-year-old made his second debut for the club when they defeated Newcastle United on penalties in the Carabao Cup.
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Christian Fuchs to Charlotte Independence
After an outstanding career at Leicester City, Christian Fuchs moved to Charlotte Independence, who practice their craft in the second tier of the American pyramid.
The 35-year-old made 32 appearances for Leicester during the 2015/16 title winning season in the Premier League.
Matty Longstaff to Aberdeen
Matty Longstaff entered the Premier League scene in October 2019 when he scored the only goal of the game on his first division debut in Newcastle United’s win over Manchester United.
But he found the playing time at St. James’ Park extremely limited and he only played 20 games on the first team. He has now been loaned to Aberdeen for one season.