The transfer window may have closed, but that does not mean that Premier League clubs are necessarily done just yet in the transfer market.
Arsenal made a late move to bring in Thomas Partey on transfer deadline day, paying the midfielder’s £45million release clause at Atletico Madrid.
Chelsea brought in seven players overall, spending over £220million in the transfer window overall.
Spurs also made some extremely solid progress in the transfer market, with Matt Doherty, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Sergio Reguilon and Gareth Bale all strengthening the first-team.
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But this season will see squads tested to the limit, with Jose Mourinho’s side already playing eight games in the last month as an example.
Some managers in the Premier League may have been hoping for more from their transfer windows, but there is still a chance for them to bring fresh talent in the side.
A number of players are still unattached after seeing their contracts run out, and could provide a boost to any boss hoping to shore up his team.
We take a look at a handful below.
The 28-year-old midfielder left West Ham United by mutual consent on transfer deadline day, bringing to an end his two years at the London Stadium.
The former Arsenal star joined the Hammers in 2018 as he looked to reignite his career following injury troubles that had plagued his career in North London.
A loan move to Bournemouth in 2016 yielded positive results, but Wilshere was able to make just 16 league appearances for the Hammers.
There is no doubt that inside Wilshere lurks a top quality midfielder, and if he can convince another club to give him a chance, they may be able to reap the rewards.
The former Manchester United and Arsenal striker has been allowed to leave Watford on a free transfer.