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Transfer deadline day: All deals that happened [Full list]

  By John Owen Nwachukwu   The 2022 summer transfer finally came to an end by 11pm on Thursday night and it was an eventful deadline day...


By John Owen Nwachukwu


The 2022 summer transfer finally came to an end by 11pm on Thursday night and it was an eventful deadline day.


Manchester United began the day by officially announcing the signing of Antony from Ajax, while Chelsea ended it by bringing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang back to England and Liverpool sprang a surprise by signing Arthur Melo on loan from Juventus.


Manchester City added Switzerland defender, Manuel Akanji to ranks, being their fifth signing of the window. He joined from Borussia Dortmund on a five-year deal


Southampton allowed Oriol Romeu leave the club after seven years, as he returned to his native Spain to sign for Girona, while Leicester City spent their first bit of savings on defender, Wout Faes from Reims.


Wolves’ Willy Boly completed a switch to Nottingham Forest to become the newcomers’ 19th signing of the window.


Bournemouth brought in Jack Stephens on loan from Southampton, while Jan Bednarek, who was heading to West Ham, ended up at Aston Villa.


Fulham brought in Paris Saint-Germain left-back, Layvin Kurzawa on loan and Willian for free.


Also leaving PSG, Idrissa Gana Gueye returned to his former club, Everton, while Manchester United signed Newcastle goalkeeper, Martin Dubravka.


While Aubameyang joined Chelsea, the Blues lost Marcos Alonso to Barcelona in the deal and Juventus midfielder, Denis Zakaria also joined the Blues on loan.


However, Chelsea allowed Billy Gilmour to join Brighton for between £8-9m. Liverpool announced the signing of Arthur Melo on loan from Juventus.


Everton signed Manchester United midfielder James Garner, while Tahith Chong made his move to Birmingham permanent.


Fulham signed former Tottenham loanee, Carlos Vinicius from Benfica. They also managed to get a loan move for Leeds’ Daniel James done too.


Nottingham Forest further added winger, Josh Bowler and French defender Loic Bade to their ranks, making it their 20th and 21st signing of the summer.


Here is the full list of deadline transfers:


Denis Zakaria – Juventus to Chelsea(loan)


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang – Barcelona to Chelsea (2-yr deal)


Billy Gilmour – Chelsea Brighton [2-yr deal]


Loic Bade – Rennes to Nottingham Forest (loan)


Willy Gnonto – FC Zurich to Leeds United (5-yr deal)


Kenedy – Chelsea to Real Valladolid (5-yr deal)


Hector Bellerin – Arsenal to Barcelona (1-yr deal)


Jan Bednarek – Southampton to Aston Villa (loan)


Carlos Vinicius – Benfica – Fulham (3-yr deal)


Federico Fernandez – Newcastle to Elche (Permanent deal)


James Garner – Man United to Everton (4-yr deal)


Arthur Melo – Juventus to Liverpool (loan)


Sam Edozie – Man City to Southampton (5-yr)


Martin Braithwaite -Barcelona to Espanyol (3-yr)


Ainsley Maitland-Nile – Arsenal to Southampton (loan)


Eric Abde – Barcelona to Osasuna (loan)


Sergino Dest – Barcelona to AC Milan ?1-yr loan)


Leander Dendoncker – Wolves to Aston Villa (5-yr deal)


Adam Ounas – Napoli to LOSC Lille (2-yr deal)


Carlos Soler – Valencia to PSG (5-yr deal)


Ethan Ampadu – Chelsea to Spezia (Season-long loan)


Ilaix Moriba RB Leipzig to Valencia ( loan)


Julian Draxler – PSG to Benfica (loan)


Paulo Gazzaniga – Fulham to Girona (loan)


Martin Dubravka Newcastle to Manchester United (loan)


Willian – Corinthians to Fulham (1-yr deal)


Idrissa Gana Gueye – PSG to Everton (2-yr deal)


Layvin Kurzawa – PSG to Fulham (loan)


Jack Stephens – Southampton to Bournemouth (loan)


Marko Pjaca Juventus to Empoli (loan)


Willy Boly – Wolves to Nottingham Forest (2-yr deal)


Wout Faes – Reims to Leicester (5-yr deal)


Kasper Dolberg – Nice to Sevilla (loan)


Oriol Romeu – Southampton to Girona (3-yr deal)


Manuel Akanji – B. Dortmund to Man City (5-yr deal)


Lucas Ocampos – Sevilla to Ajax (Loan)


John Brooks – Free agent to Benfica (1yr deal)


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