The final day of the window was busy and here’s who to look out for.
Transfer deadline day generally takes football fans in England to fever pitch, but fans couldn’t see their new stars in action as it was the international break immediately afterwards.
Therefore fanatix has picked out five of the most exciting deals from that day who could impress on their debut this weekend.
Marouane Fellaini – Manchester United
After weeks of trying and failing to sign a new midfielder, Manchester United eventually did what many expected from the start and signed Everton’s Marouane Fellaini.
The Belgian played under current Red Devils boss David Moyes for five years at Goodison Park and now the Scot hopes the £27.5m man will impress everyone at Old Trafford instead.
Romelu Lukaku – Everton
One of the surprises of the day and a real coup for Toffees manager Roberto Martinez was the signing of Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea on a season’s long loan.
The striker was a real hit whilst at West Bromwich Albion last term and Martinez will be hoping the 20-year-old can be the prolific goal-scorer the club has lacked for so long.
Mesut Ozil – Arsenal
It’s the big one and the Gunners fans will be tentatively waiting to see what Germany international Mesut Ozil brings to the Emirates Stadium.
The 24-year-old certainly has the credentials after three years of success at Real Madrid and a front four of Theo Walcott, Ozil, Santi Cazorla and Olivier Giroud is an exciting prospect.
Mamadou Sakho – Liverpool
Liverpool were busy early on during deadline day and secured defensive duo Mamadou Sakho of Paris Saint-Germain and Sporting Lisbon youngster Tiago Ilori.
However, it is the £18m paid for the Frenchman that will most intrigue Reds fans and the 23-year-old is expected to add to the club’s current strength at the back.
Stephane Sessegnon – West Bromwich Albion
The Benin international became West Brom’s club record signing when arriving at the Hawthorns from Sunderland for £6m.
Black Cats boss Paolo Di Canio was not keen on the attacker, but new boss Steve Clarke will be wanting the 29-year-old to find the form the midfielder showed two seasons ago.