Though top-flight clubs can still sign players from the EFL until October 16, the bulk of their squad will now be in place.
For some, it’s been a great window, with every target on their transfer wish-list ticked off. But for others, it hasn’t gone according to plan with targets eluding them and weaknesses unaddressed.
We rank all 20 Premier League clubs on their window from best to worst.
Having only secured Premier League survival on the final day of last season, Villa are clearly determined to avoid the drama this time.
Once again they’ve spent big and it’s been a great window. Ollie Watkins, the striker signed for an initial £28m from Brentford, has already scored a hat-trick against the reigning champions.
A very good window for Aston Villa, whose arrivals included Ross Barkley (centre) and Ollie Watkins (right) as they tied down their most influential player Jack Grealish (left)
Matty Cash, Bertrand Traore and Emiliano Martinez are all arrivals that should boost their chances of avoiding a relegation…