English Premiership

All the transfer deadline day deals

2014-09-02 09:08
England's Danny Welbeck (Supplied)
England's Danny Welbeck (Supplied)
Cape Town - Deadline day has passed with a record number of signings on the final day of the transfer window.

As it happened: Transfer Deadline day

Here is a list of all the completed deals done on the last day of the transfer window in the English Premiership:

Radamel Falcao - Monaco to Manchester United (season-long loan)

Michael Keane - Manchester United to Burnley (loan until January)

Nick Powell - Manchester United to Leicester (season-long loan)

Danny Welbeck - Manchester United to Arsenal (undisclosed)

Hatem Ben Arfa - Newcastle to Hull City (season-long loan)

Tom Lawrence – Manchester United to Leicester (£1 million)

Sadio Mane - Red Bull Salzburg to Southampton (undisclosed)

Kevin Doyle – Wolves to Crystal Palace (loan)

Krisztian Adorjan – Liverpool to Novara Calcio (undisclosed)

Toby Alderweireld – Atletico Madrid to Southampton (loan)

Morgan Amalfitano – Marseille to West Ham (undisclosed)

Niko Kranjcar - Dynamo Kiev to QPR (season-long loan)

Alvaro Negredo – Manchester City to Valencia (season-long loan)

Oussama Assiadi – Liverpool to Stoke City (season-long loan)

Gaston Ramirez – Southampton to Hull City (season-long loan)

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa - Newcastle to Roma (season-long loan)

Sandro - Tottenham to QPR (undisclosed)

Micah Richards – Manchester City to Fiorentina (season-long loan)

James McArthur - Wigan Athletic to Crystal Palace (£7 million)

Ryo Miyaichi - Arsenal to FC Twente (season-long loan)

Zeki Fryers – Tottenham to Crystal Palace (£3 million)

Kris Scott – Swansea to Leicester (free)

Daley Blind - Ajax to Manchester United (£14 million)

Ricky Alvarez - Inter Milan to Sunderland (season-long loan)

Mohamed Diame - West Ham to Hull City (£3.5 million)

Sebastian Coates - Liverpool to Sunderland (season-long loan)

Lewis Holtby - Tottenham to Hamburg (season-long loan)

Abel Hernandez - Palermo to Hull City (£10 million)

Javier Hernandez - Man Utd to Real Madrid (season-long loan)

Brian Lenihan - Cork City to Hull City (undisclosed)

Karim El Ahmadi - Aston Villa to Feyenoord (undisclosed)

George Boyd - Hull City to Burnley (£3million)

Modou Barrow - Ostersunds FK to Swansea (undisclosed)

Modibo Diakite - Sunderland (released)

Tomislav Gomelt - Tottenham to Bari (loan)

Souleymane Coulibaly - Tottenham to Bari (undisclosed)

Marco van Ginkel - Chelsea to AC Milan (season-long loan)

Benjamin Stambouli - Montpellier to Tottenham (undisclosed)

Nathaniel Chalobah - Chelsea to Burnley (loan)

Valentin Roberge - Sunderland to Stade de Reims (season-long loan)

Jose Canas - Swansea to Espanyol (contract cancelled by mutual consent)


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