Which three Premier League clubs had the best deadline day?

With two days left before the window shut, the Blues are desperate to wrap up a deal quickly. About £150m was spent on deadline day alone.

Despite losing out Alexis Sanchez with no Champions League football, Arsenal seemed to have the most significant transfer window when they agreed a club-record £60 mil deal with Borussia Dortmund for their striking sensation Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Arsene Wenger's Gunners head to south Wales full of confidence after dismantling Crystal Palace 4-1 in the League, beating Chelsea in the EFL Cup and adding Henrikh Mkhitaryan to their squad, but must be wary of a slip-up as they sit five points off the top four.

Oh yeah, and Philippe Coutinho moved to Barcelona for £108m.

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Frenchman Giroud, 31, who has struggled to hold down a regular starting spot since joining Arsenal in 2012, said he was delighted to be joining their London rivals.

1 - every club made at least one signing, with Manchester United and Tottenham contenting themselves with a solitary addition apiece - Sanchez and Lucas Moura respectively.

"A bitter regional feud in the Gulf region has prompted a soft-power scuffle, which partly accounts for Neymar's move to Qatari-owned PSG".

But which clubs did the best business on the final day?

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Shaun Harvey, the EFL chief executive, said back in September: "The clubs have been clear in their mandate and we will now go away and look to develop a set of proposals before moving this matter on to the next stage, which would be a formal vote in order to change our regulations".

The Gunners could also quickly come to rue their winter clearout as Theo Walcott returns to the Emirates fresh from scoring twice to secure Everton's first win of 2018 against Leicester on Wednesday.

Swansea signed Andre Ayew from West Ham, reuniting him with his brother Jordan, West Ham then snapped up Jordan Hugill from Preston North End for £10m. The Gabonese global has netted 141 times in 213 appearances for the Bundesliga heavyweights prior to his move to North London and is determined to continue the same in order to take the Gunners back in "top four" race.

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