The transfer window slammed shut on Wednesday night after a frantic day of activity that took the Premier League's spending to a mammoth £485 million from June 1 to August 31.
Stewart Downing: Aston Villa to Liverpool, £20m
The former Middlesbrough man was one of Liverpool's early signings as the Reds look to rebuild under Kenny Dalglish and challenge once again for silverware. The Englishman's enjoyed a mixed two years at Villa Park, never quite achieving his full potential, but now, finally at a "big club," Reds fans will hope he can deliver. Early indications show that Downing is on his way to something good in Merseyside.
Many critics have argued that Bayern have lacked a world class goalkeeper since Oliver Kahn retired, but the Bavarians have now sorted out this issue by signing one of the best young keepers around. Impressive at the 2010 World Cup and for Schalke last season, Neuer was tipped to join Manchester United, but chose to remain in Germany.
Santi Carzola, Villareal CF to Málaga CF, £18.5m
Arab money rich Malaga have high ambitions for this season and signed the World Cup winning Spaniard as they aim for a Champions League spot this season. A consistent performer for Villareal, Carzola also provides Los Boquerones with European experience.
Romelu Lukaku, RSC Anderlecht to Chelsea, £18m
The Belgian starlet is hailed as the new Drogba and achieved his dream move to Chelsea. Andres Villas-Boas described his new signing as "too good an opportunity to miss." The giant teenager scored 22 goals for Anderlecht last season, and Blues fans are hoping for more of the same.
David de Gea, Atletico de Madrid to Manchester United, £18m
Sir Alex moved to replace the retiring Van der Sar with the 20-year-old Spaniard and will hope he has another world class keeper in the making for some time to come. Although de Gea undoubted has talent, questions have been raised in his few appearances for the Red Devils about his ability to cope with the Premier League.
Ashley Young, Aston Villa to Manchester United, £18m
Man United signed the diminutive England international as they look to a long term replacement for the legendary Ryan Giggs. The former Villa man's move to Manchester looks to be a master stroke, as he has looked completely at home, joining the already deadly Reds attack with two goals and five assists in just three games.
Phil Jones, Blackburn to Manchester United, £17m
The Reds beat rivals Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool to the signature of the 19-year-old. Jones comes highly rated and has already impressed. Looks to get his first England cap during the current international break.
Jordan Henderson, Sunderland to Liverpool, £16m
The 21-year-old England international joins Kenny Dalglish's rebuilt Reds and will hope to help the Merseysiders to glory. Henderson was substituted off after just 60 minutes in his League debut, but scored his first goal for Liverpool at the weekend. Time will tell if Henderson will go on to become a Liverpool great.
Gökhan Inler, Udinese Calico to SSC Napoli, £15.5m
Napoli finished third in Serie A last season, qualifying for a Champions League spot and have gone about improving their team for the new campaign. The Swiss international was impressive at Udinese last season and will look to reproduce that form for his new side.
Napoli bizarrely chose to unveil their new star on board a cruise ship wearing a lion mask!
Give me your thoughts. Are these the right moves for the clubs and players? Are clubs overspending? What about FFP?