Transfer deadline day: Who's gone where?

Updated 1317 GMT (2117 HKT) September 2, 2016
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Premier League spending during the European summer transfer window reached £1.165 billion ($1.544 billion) on deadline day, August 31. Brazilian defender David Luiz rejoined Chelsea from Paris St. Germain for a reported fee of £34 million ($44.7 million). Paul Gilham/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Luiz wasn't the only defender Chelsea signed on deadline day, after paying a reported £23 million ($30.5 million) to bring Marcos Alonso to Stamford Bridge from Italian club Fiorentina. It was the sixth consecutive year spending in England's top division has increased, breaking the £1 billion mark for the first time. ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Going the other way was Chelsea's Colombia star Juan Cuadrado, who re-signed for Serie A champion Juventus on a three-year loan deal. Tullio M. Puglia/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
Tottenham Hotspur spent a club-record £30 million ($39.75 million) on deadline day to sign France midfielder Moussa Sissoko from relegated Newcastle United. Stu Forster/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
After failing to challenge for the Premier League title last season, Arsene Wenger was under pressure to further strengthen his squad with high-profile players -- but it took until August 30 for Arsenal to announce the signing of Lucas Perez from Deportivo la Coruna for a reported fee of £17 million ($22 million). The 27-year-old is uncapped by Spain, but scored 17 goals in La Liga last season. Denis Doyle/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images/file
Soon after the Perez deal, Arsenal also confirmed the signing of Germany defender Shkodran Mustafi (pictured right at Euro 2016) from Valencia. The fee was undisclosed but British media reported it to be above £30 million ($39 million). MARTIN BUREAU/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Midfielder Jack Wilshere left Arsenal to join Bournemouth on a season-long loan, after manager Arsene Wenger couldn't guarantee the England international regular first team football. OLI SCARFF/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo signed for Manchester City on August 25, joining former manager Pep Guardiola for a reported fee of £15.3 million ($20 million). David Ramos/Getty Images/file
He replaced Joe Hart, who was deemed surplus to requirements by Pep Guardiola and promptly loaned out to Italian club Torino on August 31. MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On August 8, Paul Pogba became the most expensive signing in football history after rejoining Manchester United from Juventus in a deal worth €105 million ($116 million). Michael Steele/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
On July 26, Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain became the third most expensive signing in history, joining Italian champion Juventus from Serie A rival Napoli for €90 million ($99 million). MARCO BERTORELLO/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On June 30, Brazil forward Hulk became the Chinese Super League's most expensive signing, after joining Shanghai SIPG from Russian club Zenit St. Petersburg for €55.8 million ($60.8 million). STR/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On June 28, Sadio Mane became the most expensive African player when the Senegal forward joined Liverpool from Southampton in a deal worth a reported £34 million ($44.7 million). Bryn Lennon/Getty Images
It might have been a free transfer, but Zlatan Ibrahimovic's July 1 move to Manchester United is one of the biggest deals of the summer window. The free-scoring Swede joined Jose Mourinho after his contract at Paris Saint-Germain expired. BJORN LARSSON ROSVALL/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On July 6, Mourinho made Henrikh Mkhitaryan his second signing at the club, with Manchester United paying Borussia Dortmund a reported fee of $40 million for the Armenia midfielder. JON SUPER/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Mourinho's first acquisition was Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly. On June 8, Manchester United announced the 22-year-old's signing from Spanish team Villarreal for a reported £30 million ($39.2 million) fee. GLYN KIRK/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
John Stones didn't play a single minute in England's ill-fated Euro 2016 campaign, but on August 9 the 22-year-old joined Manchester City from Everton for a reported fee of $62.7 million -- which made him the world's second-most expensive defender. Stu Forster/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
A week earlier, Leroy Sane had become Pep Guardiola's fifth Manchester City signing, joining from Schalke for a reported fee of $49 million. The 20-year-old made one appearance at Euro 2016, as a substitute in Germany's semifinal defeat by France. Alexander Hassenstein/Bongarts/Bongarts/Getty Images
On July 1, Spain forward Nolito became Guardiola's second signing when Manchester City triggered the €18 million ($20 million) release clause in his Celta Vigo contract. PIERRE-PHILIPPE MARCOU/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On June 2, Germany midfielder llkay Gundogan became Guardiola's first City signing, joining for a reported £20 million ($26 million) fee from Borussia Dortmund. OLI SCARFF/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On July 21, Andre Gomes joined Barcelona from Valencia for an initial fee of €35 million ($39 million) after a successful Euro 2016 in which the midfielder helped Portugal win its first international title. LLUIS GENE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Valencia's young Spain striker Paco Alcacer also moved to the Nou Camp after Barcelona clinched a €30 million ($33.4 million) deal on August 30. The 23-year-old has a buyout clause of €100 million ($111.4 million). Manuel Queimadelos Alonso/Getty Images
France defender Samuel Umtiti moved to the Spanish champion on July 30, signing a five-year deal after Barca paid French side Lyon €25 million ($27.9 million). JOSEP LAGO/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Barcelona also completed the €16.5 million ($18.4 million) signing of France international left-back Lucas Digne from Paris Saint-Germain on July 13. JOSEP LAGO/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Italy striker Graziano Pelle reportedly became the joint-sixth highest paid player in the world after he left English club Southampton to join Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng in a £13 million ($17 million) deal on July 11. The 31-year-old will reportedly earn that much in one season. Claudio Villa/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
On July 30, Spanish club Atletico Madrid signed French forward Kevin Gameiro from La Liga rival Sevilla for a reported €32 million ($35.6 million). GERARD JULIEN/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On June 16, Champions League finalist Atletico also agreed a €25 million ($27.8 million) deal for Benfica's Argentinian midfielder Nicolas Gaitan. BULENT KILIC/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
World Cup winner Mario Goetze rejoined Borussia Dortmund on July 21 after an unsuccessful spell with Bayern Munich, which had made him Germany's most expensive player at the time when it paid €37 million for him in 2013. Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
The next day, Dortmund continued to bolster its squad by signing Andre Schurrle from Bundesliga rival Wolfsburg for a reported fee of $33 million. Alexander Hassenstein/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
On July 16, France midfielder N'Golo Kante was the first star name to be sold from Leicester City's Premier League-winning side, signing for English rival Chelsea in a $42 million deal. Alex Livesey/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
On July 3, former Juventus and Italy coach Antonio Conte started his Chelsea revolution by signing 22-year-old Belgium striker Michy Batshuayi from French club Marseille for a reported €40 million ($44.5 million). Srdjan Stevanovic/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
On June 13, Juventus paid Italian rival Roma €32 million ($35.6 million) for Bosnia and Herzegovina midfielder Miralem Pjanic. SAEED KHAN/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On July 15, Juventus completed the signing of Morocco defender Medhi Benatia from Bayern Munich on a season-long loan costing €3 million ($3.45 million), with an option to buy for an extra €17 million ($19 million). ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Juventus signed Brazilian defender Dani Alves on a free transfer from Barcelona on June 27 after his contract at the Spanish club expired. JOSEP LAGO/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
On June 21, Real Madrid activated the €30 million ($34 million) buy-back clause for Spain striker Alvaro Morata -- who it had sold to Juventus for €20 million ($22.3 million) in 2014. JAY LAPRETE/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Granit Xhaka made headlines at Euro 2016 when his shirt ripped -- before the tournament the Switzerland midfielder had already secured a move to English club Arsenal from Borussia Monchengladbach in a deal worth a reported £30 million ($39.2 million). FRANCK FIFE/AFP/Getty Images
Bayern Munich started the big-money moves in May, when the German champion announced a €35 million deal for Benfica's teenage midfielder Renato Sanches, who would help Portugal win Euro 2016. Octavio Passos/Getty Images Europe/Getty Images
At the same time, Bayern also revealed it had agreed a deal to buy Germany's World Cup-winning defender Mats Hummels for reportedly a similar initial fee from Bundesliga rival Borussia Dortmund. Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images