Transfer window analysis: Who was the best and worst signing? Who did the best business?

The transfer window for English clubs was slammed on Thursday night after a dramatic final day.

There were many late offers that almost exceeded the line to keep fans alert.

The Premier League clubs spent an amazing amount of £ 1.41 billion during the summer, just below the record of £ 1.43 billion in 2017, and only the day of the deadline saw £ 170 million spent on players.

Some great business happened: Paulo Dybala and Wilfried Zaha, some strangers, Scott Carson, and others brilliant.

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Best window signing: Youri Tielemans

An elegant addition to Leicester after impressing last season. Manchester United was snooping around, but Brendan Rodgers managed to convince him to come back after his loan period. It could help fox overcome the first six.

The worst window signature: Moise Kean

Everton has a lot on Moise Kean’s shoulders. The 19-year-old joined Juventus for £ 27.5 million and has the potential to be a good player. But being the main man in a club hoping to break the first six after only 16 career goals is a big question. I could be borrowed in 12 months.

Strangest signature: Scott Carson

Why?

What club did the best business? Arsenal

Enhanced in the center of the back and left with David Luiz and Kieran Tierney, in addition to adding the exciting Nicolas Pepe. Dani Ceballos needs to start running, but there is a promise there. Keeping Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang means they have one of the best attack forces in the league. If Tottenham had landed Paulo Dybala, it would have been them.

What club did the worst business? Manchester United


Moise Kean joined Everton during the transfer window but will he be a success?

Despite entering Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Manchester United remains dangerously short at the top and midfield. What began as a window in which United was going to transform has ended with its worst appearance in the midfield and the attack after the departures of Ander Herrera and Romelu Lukaku. At least, they have covered some holes in the back, but Ed Woodward’s failure to land like Bruno Fernandes, Christian Eriksen and a striker has left them unfortunately short. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be under pressure immediately.

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