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As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United’s inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea’s new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini’s attack and much more

ESPN FC’s club bloggers have studied the summer transfer window hard and here is how they think their club has done. 

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Bournemouth (8/10)

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Arsenal (4/10)

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Aston Villa (7/10)

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Chelsea (4/10)

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Crystal Palace (8/10)

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Everton (4/10)

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Leicester (9/10)

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Liverpool (8/10)

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Man City (10/10)

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Man Utd (6/10)

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Newcastle (8/10)

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Norwich (6/10)

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Southampton (6/10)

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Stoke (8/10)

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Sunderland (5/10)

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Swansea (10/10)

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United and Real both lose in De Gea debacle

ESPN FC’s Craig Burley is at odds as to what happens next for Manchester United now that David De Gea will remain at Old Trafford.

When there’s success, everybody takes credit. When faced with failure, we all point fingers and blame one another.

Make no mistake about it: the collapse of David De Gea’s move to Real Madrid is a failure. The fact that it could have been worse, that there might be a silver lining, doesn’t change that.

That’s why both clubs began the spin and blame games almost as soon as it emerged that the deal was dead.

There was talk of documents that couldn’t be opened — prompting endless hilarity on the Web, such as the assorted Photoshops of Manchester United chief executive Ed Woodward — as well as cutting jibes from both sides about why the deal wasn’t concluded earlier.

Then, Tuesday morning, a 10-point statement landed from Real Madrid that, if you buy their version, puts the blame squarely on United. A few hours later, we got United’s response. Tit for tat.

Both sides say they have “evidence” of the other side’s bungling. Fact is, we really don’t know. But there are a few obvious questions.

Given that the transfer window in England did not close for another 18 hours, why did they not simply agree to do the deals separately?

In other words, transfer De Gea to Real Madrid for €40 million on Monday and then shift Keylor Navas to Old Trafford for €15 million the following day. It would have worked out exactly the same. Everybody would have gotten what they wanted. Both sides would have had enough time to complete everything.

The answer, obviously, is that there was a lack of trust between the parties involved. For that reason, it was a nonstarter. The fear of the other party suddenly pulling a fast one evidently ruled. That speaks to both the relationship between the two clubs and the general distrust in the folks brokering the deal. Negotiations aren’t just about driving hard bargains. They’re also about knowing when to trust and who to trust.

The other clear issue is why this transfer wasn’t completed sooner. Again, we have some level of spin from both sides. It has been pointed out that Real Madrid made a formal bid only on the final day. But that’s rather irrelevant. For a start, formal bids are usually made only when a side knows that bid will be accepted. While on the surface Real Madrid were saying they were in no hurry and United were insisting that it would take a Gigi Buffon-type transfer (£32 million) to get the deal done, the fact is there was plenty of talking going on involving intermediaries. This deal didn’t get moving until the end because both clubs were hoping to get the best possible price: low for Real Madrid, high for United. When that happens, it runs the risk of the door slamming shut.

There are no winners and losers here. Only losers.

Real Madrid made a brave face and were keen to give the impression that they’re not overly fussed. They’ll likely still get De Gea, whether on a free transfer in June or for a massively reduced fee in the next transfer window. Of course, that means Real manager Rafa Benitez won’t have De Gea around until January at the earliest. In a league that was decided by just a couple of points in the past few years, that could make all the difference. Plus, assuming De Gea plays in the Champions League for United, he will be Cup-tied, and Benitez won’t have him in European competition.

ESPN FC’s Stewart Robson give us his opinion on David de Gea’s transfer saga and also on why he should still play for Manchester United.

As for United, they too spun the tale that everything is fine. “The club is delighted that its fan-favorite double Player of the Year, David De Gea, remains a Manchester United player” is what they tacked on to the end of their club statement. So delighted, in fact, that a few hours earlier they completed all the paperwork to sell him.

The real damage was done when United failed to extend De Gea’s deal and let it run down to this point. Again, there’s been plenty of spin from all sides on just how it happened. But what’s fairly obvious is that the club failed to capitalize the leverage they had over De Gea’s agent, Jorge Mendes. This was especially true last summer when they were dealing with him on an almost daily basis to secure the likes of Radamel Falcao and Angel Di Maria. You’d have thought at a time when they were throwing so much business his way they might have figured out a way to get some help on De Gea’s contract.

That much is on Woodward, the man charged with actually running United’s transfers. To be fair to him, the deal he actually struck for De Gea was, in my opinion, a pretty good one: €25 million plus a serviceable goalkeeper like Navas is a good deal for a player nine months from free agency, especially when there’s plenty of tension between him and the manager.

If Woodward were only able to get that deal by gambling and cutting it so close, well — draw your own conclusions.

United’s challenge now is to repair the relationship with De Gea quickly, and that shouldn’t be too difficult. The guy is a professional and knows it’s in his interest to act professionally. Equally, manager Louis van Gaal knows — or should know — that it’s best for the club to bury the hatchet until January or whenever De Gea leaves.

Still, the conclusion is obvious. Both clubs are worse off today, and serious questions must be asked internally over the way these deals were conducted.

Gabriele Marcotti is a columnist for ESPN FC, The Times and Corriere dello Sport. Follow him on Twitter @Marcotti.

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List of Premier League 2015 summer transfers

As the transfer window shuts, the ESPN FC panel take a look back at Arsenal and Manchester United’s inability to secure a marquee signing, Chelsea’s new additions, Kevin De Bruyne joining Manchester City to bolster Manuel Pellegrini’s attack and much more

A complete list of the moves made by Premier League teams in the 2015 summer transfer window:

Arsenal

Ins: Petr Cech (Chelsea, undisclosed)

Outs: Ryo Miyaichi (St Pauli, undisclosed), Semi Ajayi (Cardiff, undisclosed), Abou Diaby (Marseille, free), Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Ipswich, loan), Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill (Swindon, free), Lukas Podolski (Galatasaray, (£18 million), Yaya Sanogo (Ajax, loan), Carl Jenkinson (West Ham, loan), Wojciech Szczesny (Roma, loan), Chuba Akpom (Hull, loan), George Dobson (West Ham, undisclosed), Isaac Hayden (Hull, loan), Serge Gnabry (West Brom, loan), Gedion Zelalem (Rangers, loan), Jon Toral (Birmingham, loan), Josh Vickers (Swansea, free), Daniel Crowley (Barnsley, loan), Renny Smith (Burnley, free), Emiliano Martinez (Wolves, loan), Wellington Silva (Bolton, loan)

Aston Villa

Ins: Scott Sinclair (Manchester City, undisclosed), Micah Richards (Manchester City, free), Mark Bunn (Norwich, free), Idrissa Gueye (Lille, indisclosed), Jordan Amavi (Nice, undisclosed), Jordan Ayew (Lorient, undisclosed), Jose Angel Crespo (Cordoba, undisclosed), Rudy Gestede (Blackburn, undisclosed), Jordan Veretout (Nantes, undisclosed), Adama Traore (Barcelona, undisclosed), Joleon Lescott (West Brom, undisclosed), Tiago Ilori (Liverpool, loan)

Outs: Darren Bent (Derby, free), Andreas Weimann (Derby, undisclosed), Yacouba Sylla (Rennes, undisclosed), Matthew Lowton (Burnley, undisclosed), Graham Burke (Notts County, free), Shay Given (Stoke, free), Fabian Delph (Manchester City, undisclosed), Christian Benteke (Liverpool, £32.5m), Aly Cissokho (Porto, loan), Enda Stevens (Portsmouth, free), Antonio Luna (Eibar, undisclosed), Aleksandar Tonev (Frosinone, undisclosed), Callum Robinson (Bristol City, loan), Riccardo Calder (Dundee, loan), Janoi Donacien (Wycombe, loan), Daniel O’Brien (Wigan, free), Ron Vlaar, Chris Herd (both released), Nathan Baker (Bristol City, loan), Joe Bennett (Bournemouth, loan)

Bournemouth

Ins: Josh King (Blackburn, free), Artur Boruc (Southampton, free), Adam Federici (Reading, free), Christian Atsu (Chelsea, loan), Tyrone Mings (Ipswich, undisclosed), Sylvain Distin (Everton, free), Filippo Costa (Chievo, loan), Max Gradel (St Etienne, undisclosed), Lee Tomlin (Middlesbrough, undisclosed), Glenn Murray (Crystal Palace, undisclosed), Tomas Andrade (River Plate, loan), Joe Bennett (Aston Villa, loan)

Outs: Josh McQuoid (Luton, free), Brett Pitman (Ipswich, undisclosed), Jayden Stockley (Portsmouth, loan), Ryan Fraser (Ipswich, loan), Ian Harte (retired)

ESPN FC’s panel debate Chelsea’s season so far and their situation on the defensive side of the pitch.

Chelsea

Ins: Nathan (Atletico Paranaense, undisclosed), Radamel Falcao (Monaco, loan), Asmir Begovic (Stoke, undisclosed), Danilo Pantic (Partizan Belgrade, undisclosed), Pedro (Barcelona, £21m), Kenedy (Fluminense, undisclosed), Baba Rahman (Augsburg, undisclosed), Papy Djilobodji (Nantes, undisclosed), Michael Hector (Reading, undisclosed)

Outs: Christian Atsu (Bournemouth, loan), Didier Drogba (Montreal Impact, free), Gael Kakuta (Sevilla, undisclosed), Petr Cech (Arsenal, undisclosed), Marco van Ginkel (Stoke, loan), Patrick Bamford (Crystal Palace, loan), Josh McEachran (Brentford, undisclosed), Danilo Pantic (Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Tomas Kalas (Middlesbrough, loan), Oriol Romeu (Southampton, undisclosed), Mario Pasalic (Monaco, loan), Filipe Luis (Atletico Madrid, undisclosed), Izzy Brown, Lewis Baker, Dominic Solanke (all Vitesse Arnhem, loan), Jordan Houghton (Gillingham, loan), Kenneth Omeruo (Kasimpasa, loan), Juan Cuadrado (Juventus, loan), Marko Marin (Trabzonspor, loan), Mohamed Salah (Roma, loan), Nathan Ake (Watford, loan), Alex Davey (Peterborough, loan), Lucas Piazon (Reading, loan), Jeremie Boga (Rennes, loan), Victor Moses (West Ham, loan), Islam Feruz (Hibernian, loan), Michael Hector (Reading, loan), Nathaniel Chalobah (Napoli, loan)

Crystal Palace

Ins: Yohan Cabaye (Paris St Germain, undisclosed), Patrick Bamford (Chelsea, loan), Alex McCarthy (QPR, undisclosed), Connor Wickham (Sunderland, undisclosed) Bakary Sako (Wolves, free)

Outs: Barry Bannan (Sheff Wed, undisclosed), Kyle de Silva (Notts County, free), Lewis Price (Sheffield Wednesday, free), Stephen Dobbie (Bolton, free), Hiram Boateng (Plymouth, loan), Ryan Inniss (Port Vale, loan), Jerome Binnom-Williams (Burton, loan), Chris Kettings (Stevenage, loan), Christian Scales (Crawley, loan), Owen Garvan (Colchester, free), Jerome Thomas (released), Glenn Murray (Bournemouth, undisclosed)

Everton

Ins: Gerard Deulofeu (Barcelona, £42m), Tom Cleverley (Manchester United, free), David Henen (Olympiakos, undisclosed), Mason Holgate (Barnsley, undisclosed), Ramiro Funes Mori (River Plate, £95m), Aaron Lennon (Tottenham, undisclosed)

Outs: Sylvain Distin (Bournemouth, free), Luke Garbutt (Fulham, loan), Chris Long (Burnley, undisclosed), George Green (Oldham, free), Francisco Junior, Jonjoe Kenny (both Wigan, loan), John Lundstram (Oxford, free), Antolin Alcaraz (released)

Leicester

Ins: Christian Fuchs (Schalke, free), Robert Huth (Stoke, undisclosed), Shinji Okazaki (Mainz, undisclosed), N’Golo Kante (Caen, undisclosed), Gokhan Inler (Napoli, undisclosed), Yohan Benalouane (Atalanta, undisclosed), Nathan Dyer (Swansea, loan)

Outs: Paul Konchesky (QPR, loan), Esteban Cambiasso (released), Paul Gallagher (Preston, free), Chris Wood (Leeds, undisclosed), Matthew Upson (MK Dons, free), David Nugent (Leicester, undisclosed), Ben Hamer (Bristol City, loan), Tom Hopper (Scunthorpe, free), Jacob Blyth (Cambridge, loan), Adam Smith (Northampton, free), Ryan Watson (Northampton, loan), Tom Lawrence (Blackburn, loan), Kieran Kennedy (Motherwell, free), Jak McCourt (Port Vale, loan), Simonas Stankevicius (Oldham, loan), Callum Elder (Peterborough, loan)

ESPN FC’s Ian Darke says that despite spending enormous amounts since arriving, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has yet to get a return on his investment.

Liverpool

Ins: Roberto Firmino (Hoffenheim, £22m plus add-ons), James Milner (Manchester City, free), Danny Ings (Burnley, tribunal), Adam Bogdan (Bolton, free), Joe Gomez (Charlton, undisclosed), Nathaniel Clyne (Southampton, £12m), Christian Benteke (Aston Villa, £32.5m), Taiwo Awoniyi (Imperial Academy, undisclosed)

Outs: Steven Gerrard (LA Galaxy, free), Danny Ward (Aberdeen, loan), Sebastian Coates (Sunderland, undisclosed), Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid, early termination of loan), Glen Johnson (Stoke, free), Raheem Sterling (Manchester City, £49m), Andre Wisdom (Norwich, loan), Rickie Lambert (West Brom, undisclosed), Lazar Markovic (Fenerbahce, loan), Lloyd Jones (Blackpool, loan), Jordan Williams, Kevin Stewart (both Swindon, loan), Sheyi Ojo (Wolves, loan), Lawrence Vigouroux (Swindon, loan), Brad Jones (Bradford, free), Harry Wilson (Crewe, loan), Joe McGuire (Leyton Orient, loan), Mario Balotelli (AC Milan, loan), Ryan McLaughlin (Aberdeen, loan), Fabio Borini (Sunderland, undisclosed), Sergi Canos (Brentford, loan), Taiwo Awoniyi (FSV Frankfurt, loan), Tiago Ilori (Aston Villa, loan)

ESPN FC’s Stevie Nicol thinks Manchester City’s stellar start is more than just a fluke; he says manager Manuel Pellegrini’s transfers this summer have all made sense.

Manchester City

Ins: Enes Unal (Bursaspor, undisclosed), Raheem Sterling (Liverpool, £49m), Fabian Delph (Aston Villa, undisclosed), Patrick Roberts (Fulham, undisclosed), Nicolas Otamendi (Valencia, undisclosed), David Faupala (Lens), Aleix Garcia (Villarreal, undisclosed), Kevin de Bruyne (Wolfsburg, undisclosed)

Outs: Matija Nastastic (Schalke, undisclosed), Alvaro Negredo (Valencia, undisclosed), Dedryck Boyata (Celtic, £15m), Scott Sinclair (Aston Villa, undisclosed), James Milner (Liverpool, free), Micah Richards (Aston Villa, free), Stevan Jovetic (Inter Milan, undisclosed), Edin Dzeko (Roma, loan), Karim Rekik (Marseille, undisclosed), Frank Lampard (New York City FC, free), John Guidetti (Celta Vigo, free), Enes Unal (Genk, loan), Jordy Hiwula (Huddersfield, undisclosed), Marcos Lopes (Monaco, undisclosed), Jason Denayer (Galatasaray, loan), Devante Cole (Bradford, free)

ESPN FC’s Gabriele Marcotti says that the timing of new Manchester United signing Anthony Martial makes it clear Louis van Gaal is just trying to beat the transfer window.

Manchester United

Ins: Memphis Depay (PSV Eindhoven, £25m), Matteo Darmian (Torino, undisclosed), Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich, undisclosed), Morgan Schneiderlin (Southampton, undisclosed), Sergio Romero (Sampdoria, undisclosed), Anthony Martial (Monaco, undisclosed), Regan Poole (Newport, undisclosed)

Outs: Tom Cleverley (Everton, free), Nani (Fenerbahce, undisclosed), Will Keane (Preston, loan), Tom Thorpe (Rotherham, free), Robin van Persie (Fenerbahce, undisclosed), Reece James (Wigan, undisclosed), Ben Amos (Bolton, free), Ben Pearson, Joe Rothwell (both Barnsley, loan), Rafael (Lyon, undisclosed), Angel Di Maria (Paris St Germain, undisclosed), Jonny Evans (West Brom, undisclosed), Saidy Janko (Celtic, undisclosed), Tyler Blackett (Celtic, loan), Adnan Januzaj (Borussia Dortmund, loan), Javier Hernandez (Bayer Leverkusen, £73m), Anders Lindegaard (West Brom, undisclosed)

Newcastle

Ins: Georginio Wijnaldum (PSV Eindhoven, £144m), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Anderlecht, undisclosed), Chancel Mbemba (Anderlecht, undisclosed), Ivan Toney (Northampton, undisclosed), Florian Thauvin (Marseille, undisclosed)

Outs: Jonas Gutierrez (released), Ryan Taylor (Hull, free), Adam Campbell (Notts County, compensation), Sammy Ameobi (Cardiff, loan), Remy Cabella (Marseille, loan), Mehdi Abeid (Panathinaikos, undisclosed), Shane Ferguson (Millwall, loan), Jak Alnwick (Port Vale, loan), Remie Streete (Port Vale, free), Adam Armstrong (Coventry, loan), Freddie Woodman (Crawley, loan), Olivier Kemen (Lyon, undisclosed)

Norwich

Ins: Graham Dorrans (West Brom, undisclosed), Youssouf Mulumbu (West Brom, free), Robbie Brady (Hull, undisclosed), Andre Wisdom (Liverpool, loan), Dieumerci Mbokani (Dynamo Kiev, loan), Jake Kean (Blackburn, free), Matt Jarvis (Westn Ham, loan)

Outs: Cameron McGeehan (Luton, undisclosed), Mark Bunn (Aston Villa, free), Sam Kelly (Port Vale, free), Carlton Morris (Hamilton, loan), Remi Matthews (Burton, loan), Michael Turner (Sheffield Wednesday, loan), Ricky van Wolfswinkel (Real Betis, loan), Jacob Murphy (Coventry, loan), Josh Murphy (MK Dons, loan), Bradley Johnson (Derby County, undisclosed)

European club official give their say on the buying power of English Premier League clubs in their countries.

Southampton

Ins: Juanmi (Malaga, undisclosed), Cedric Soares (Sporting Lisbon, undisclosed), Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham, loan), Cuco Martina (FC Twente, undisclosed), Jordy Clasie (Feyenoord, £84m), Steven Caulker (QPR, loan), Oriol Romeu (Chelsea, undisclosed), Harry Lewis (Shrewsbury, undisclosed), Virgil van Dijk (Celtic, undisclosed)

Outs: Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool, £12m), Dani Osvaldo (released), Cody Cropper (MK Dons, free), Morgan Schneiderlin (Manchester United, undisclosed), Artur Boruc (Bournemouth, free), Emmanuel Mayuka (Metz, undisclosed), Sam Gallagher (MK Dons, loan), Jack Stephens (Middlesbrough, loan), Jordan Turnbull (Swindon, loan)

Stoke

Ins: Jakob Haugaard (FC Midtjylland, undisclosed), Philipp Wollscheid (Bayer Leverkusen, undisclosed), Joselu (Hannover, £574m), Shay Given (Aston Villa, free), Marco van Ginkel (Chelsea, loan), Glen Johnson (Liverpool, free), Moha El Ouriachi (Barcelona, undisclosed), Xherdan Shaqiri (Inter Milan, £12m), Ibrahim Afellay (Barcelona, free), Sergio Molina (Real Madrid, undisclosed)

Outs: Robert Huth (Leicester, undisclosed), Steven Nzonzi (Sevilla, £7m), Asmir Begovic (Chelsea, undisclosed), Thomas Sorensen (released), Wilson Palacios (released), Andy Wilkinson (released), Jamie Ness (Scunthorpe, free)

Sunderland

Ins: Sebastian Coates (Liverpool, undisclosed), Adam Matthews (Celtic, £2m), Jeremain Lens (Dynamo Kiev, undisclosed), Younes Kaboul (Tottenham, undisclosed), Ola Toivonen (Rennes, loan), Yann M’Vila (Rubin Kazan, loan), Fabio Borini (Liverpool, undisclosed), DeAndre Yedlin (Tottenham, loan)

Outs: El-Hadji Ba (Charlton, undisclosed), Santiago Vergini (Getafe, loan), Connor Wickham (Crystal Palace, undisclosed), Emanuele Giaccherini (Bologna, loan), Jordan Pickford (Preston, loan)

Swansea

Ins: Andre Ayew (Marseille, free), Franck Tabanou (St Etienne, £35m), Kristoffer Nordfeldt (Heerenveen, undisclosed), Eder (Braga, undisclosed), Ollie McBurnie (Bradford, undisclosed), Botti Biabi (Falkirk, undisclosed), Josh Vickers (Arsenal, free)

Outs: Jazz Richards (Fulham, undisclosed), Kenji Gorre (ADO Den Haag, loan), Modou Barrow (Blackburn, loan), Stephen Kingsley (Crewe, loan), Nathan Dyer (Leicester, loan)

ESPN FC’s Ian Darke does not feel like other clubs like dealing with Tottenham as long as Daniel Levy is in charge.

Tottenham

Ins: Kevin Wimmer (Cologne, £4m), Kieran Trippier (Burnley, undisclosed), Toby Alderweireld (Atletico Madrid, undisclosed), Clinton Njie (Lyon, undisclosed), Son Heung-min (Bayer Leverkusen, £22m)

Outs: Paulinho (Guangzhou Evergrande, £99m), Jordan Archer (Millwall, free), Lewis Holtby (Hamburg, undisclosed), Etienne Capoue (Watford, undisclosed), Younes Kaboul (Sunderland, undisclosed), Benjamin Stambouli (Paris St Germain, undisclosed), Christian Ceballos (Charlton, free), Vlad Chiriches (Napoli, undisclosed), Alexander McQueen (Carlisle, free), Grant Ward (Rotherham, loan), Grant Hall (QPR, undisclosed), Shaquile Coulthirst (Wigan, loan), Connor Ogilvie (Stevenage, loan), Roberto Soldado (Villarreal, undisclosed), Ismail Azzaoui (Wolfsburg, undisclosed), Ryan Fredericks (Bristol City, undisclosed), Bongani Khumalo (released), DeAndre Yedlin (Sunderland, loan), Aaron Lennon (Everton, undisclosed)

Watford

Ins: Sebastian Prodl (Werder Bremen, free), Giedrius Arlauskis (Steaua Bucharest, free), Matej Vydra (Udinese, undisclosed), Etienne Capoue (Tottenham, undisclosed), Valon Behrami (Hamburg, undisclosed), Miguel Britos (Napoli, undisclosed) Jose Manuel Jurado (Spartak Moscow), Jose Holebas (Roma, undisclosed), Steven Berghuis (AZ Alkmaar, undisclosed), Nathan Ake (Chelsea, loan), Allan Nyom (Granada, undisclosed), Alessandri Diamanti (Guangzhou Evergrande, loan), Obbi Oulare (Club Brugge, undisclosed), Adlene Guedioura (Crystal Palace, undisclosed), Victor Ibarbo (Roma, loan)

Outs: Lewis McGugan, Fernando Forestieri (both Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed), Juanfran (Deportivo La Coruna, loan), Diego Fabbrini (Middlesbrough, loan), Jonathan Bond (Reading, undisclosed), Uche Ikpeazu (Port Vale, loan), Luke O’Nien (Wycombe, free), Sean Murray (Wigan, loan), Daniel Pudil (Sheffield Wednesday, loan), Gabriele Angella (QPR, loan)

The ESPN FC crew discusses Saido Berahino tweet saying he ‘will never play’ for Jeremy Peace, chairman of the striker’s current club, West Bromwich Albion

West Brom

Ins: James McClean (Wigan, undisclosed), James Chester (Hull, undisclosed), Rickie Lambert (Liverpool, undisclosed), Salomon Rondon (Zenit St Petersburg, £12m), Serge Gnabry (Arsenal, loan), Jonny Evans (Manchester United, undisclosed), Anders Lindegaard (Manchester United, undisclosed)

Outs: Graham Dorrans (Norwich, undisclosed), Alex Jones (Birmingham, free), Kemar Roofe (Oxford, undisclosed), Bradley Garmston (Gillingham, free), Youssouf Mulumbu (Norwich, free) Jason Davidson (Huddersfield, free), Donervon Daniels (Wigan, free), Liam O’Neil (Chesterfield, undisclosed), Wesley Atkinson (Notts County, free), Georgios Samaras (released), Chris Baird (Derby, free), Brown Ideye (Olympiacos, undisclosed), Joleon Lescott (Aston Villa, undisclosed)

West Ham

Ins: Darren Randolph (Birmingham, free), Pedro Obiang (Sampdoria, undisclosed), Dimitri Payet (Marseille, undisclosed), Angelo Ogbonna (Juventus, undisclosed), Manuel Lanzini (Al Jazira, loan), Carl Jenkinson (Arsenal, loan), George Dobson (Arsenal, undisclosed), Alex Song (Barcelona, loan), Victor Moses (Chelsea, loan), Nikica Jelavic (Hull, undisclosed), Michail Antonio (Nottingham Forest, undisclosed)

Outs: Dan Potts (Luton, free), Stewart Downing (Middlesbrough, undisclosed), Diego Poyet (MK Dons, loan), Kevin Nolan (released), Modibo Maiga (Al Nassr, undisclosed), Carlton Cole (released), Guy Demel (undisclosed), Jussi Jaaskelainen (released), Nene (released), Paul McCallum (Leyton Orient, free), Reece Burke (Bradford, loan), Matt Jarvis (Norwich, loan)

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