Keep track of all the big moves across Europe as the summer transfer window shuts with big names in the balance.
Monday's transfer deadline in Italy, Spain, Germany and France shut with controversy, with David de Gea's long-anticipated move from Manchester United to Real Madrid falling through due to a paperwork fiasco. Tuesday's deadline passed with considerably less drama, but plenty of action.
Chelsea didn't up spending big for Paul Pogba or John Stones, with both players remaining put. Manchester United broke the bank for 19-year-old forward Anthony Martial, but will have to mend fences with de Gea. Arsenal didn't surprise with a late big-money offer, opting to go forward with its roster as currently constituted, at least until the winter window. League-leading Manchester City had already handled its business by adding the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and Raheem Sterling.
A handful of other moves did get done, though. Here are the big moves that crossed the finish line prior to the summer deadline: