David Luiz completed his return to Chelsea on transfer deadline day as the club announced they had re-signed the Brazil defender from Paris St Germain on a three-year deal.
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Luiz's switch back to Chelsea, confirmed by the club just after Wednesday's 11pm deadline had passed, reportedly cost them a fee of around £30million, two years on from them selling him to PSG for £50million.
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Wednesday also saw the Blues complete a deal understood to be worth £23million for Fiorentina's former Bolton defender Marcos Alonso.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere made his season-long loan switch from Arsenal to Bournemouth.
And Manchester City had a high-profile quartet of players leave on loan as goalkeeper Joe Hart, striker Wilfried Bony, playmaker Samir Nasri and defender Eliaquim Mangala joined Torino, Stoke, Sevilla and Valencia respectively.
Champions Leicester announced they had recruited Algeria striker Islam Slimani from Sporting Lisbon, who said the deal was worth 30million euros (around £25.5million), potentially rising by another 5million euros (£4.2million) - which makes him the Foxes' record signing.
Newcastle midfielder Moussa Sissoko said on Twitter he had signed a five-year contract with Tottenham, who beat Everton in capturing the France international for a reported £30million.