Manchester United found themselves heavily involved in the transfer deadline day, as the window sealed shut with a number of arrivals confirmed as well as a few departures.
Here we have a lowdown of all that went down on September 1:
United finally got their main man, Sofyan Amrabat on loan from Fiorentina. The midfielder has been adamant in joining United and his patience was warded as Erik Ten Hag finally got his man. The Red Devils will pay a £8.5million fee for the loan, as well as an option to buy for £21.4million.
Altay Bayindir was confirmed as United’s first signing of deadline day from Fenerbahçe, as he joined for £4.3million as Dean Henderson’s replacement.
Tottenham Hotspur left-back Sergio Reguilon joins on loan as cover for Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia. There is a break clause in January that has been included in the deal.
Jonny Evans re-joined the club after spending pre-season with the club, impressing Ten Hag in training. The Northern Irishman joins on a one year contract.
Marc Jurado left the club on a permanent basis as he moved back to his homeland, joining La Liga side Espanyol. Another player that left for Spain was the recently exiled Mason Greenwood, who joins Getafe on loan. Fullback Alvaro Fernandez also leaves for Spain, joining Granada on a season long loan.
From the academy setup, Logan Pye joins Burnley on a permanent deal and Charlie McNeill joins League One side Stevenage on loan.