Round-up of deadline-day Prem deals

A round-up of the summer transfer window deadline-day deals completed by Premier League clubs.

Last Updated: 05/09/13 at 08:50 Post Comment

Mesut Ozil: Completes record switch to Arsenal

Mesut Ozil: Completes record switch to Arsenal

TEAMtalk also has a log of every Premier League team's transfer business this season, with every club's ins and outs listed.

PREMIER LEAGUE DONE DEALS:

Mesut Ozil - Real Madrid to Arsenal (£42.4million)

Marouane Fellaini - Everton to Manchester United (£27.5million)

James McCarthy - Wigan to Everton (£12million)

Victor Anichebe - Everton to West Brom (£5m, rising to £6m)

Stephane Sessegnon - Sunderland to West Brom (£5million)

Mamadou Sakho - Paris Saint-Germain to Liverpool (undisclosed)

Libor Kozak - Lazio to Aston Villa (undisclosed)

Tiago Ilori - Sporting Lisbon to Liverpool (undisclosed)

Peter Odemwingie - West Brom to Cardiff (undisclosed)

Adrian Mariappa - Reading to Crystal Palace (undisclosed)

Marko Arnautovic - Werder Bremen to Stoke (undisclosed)

Barry Bannan - Aston Villa to Crystal Palace (undisclosed)

Jack Hunt - Huddersfield to Crystal Palace (undisclosed)

Elsad Zverotic - Young Boys to Fulham (undisclosed)

Andrea Dossena - Napoli to Sunderland (free)

Lee Camp - joins West Brom as a free agent (rolling monthly deal)

Fabio Borini - Liverpool to Sunderland (loan)

Emiliano Viviano - Palermo to Arsenal (loan)

Romelu Lukaku - Chelsea to Everton (loan)

Gareth Barry - Manchester City to Everton (loan)

Benoit Assou-Ekotto - Tottenham to QPR (loan)

Tom Carroll - Tottenham to QPR (loan)

Cameron Jerome - Stoke to Crystal Palace (loan)

Stephen Ireland - Aston Villa to Stoke (loan)

Victor Moses - Chelsea to Liverpool (loan)

Alvaro Vazquez - Getafe to Swansea (loan)

Gedo - Al Ahly to Hull (loan)

Ryan Shotton - Stoke to Wigan (loan)

Nick Powell - Manchester United to Wigan (loan)

Peter Ramage - Crystal Palace to Barnsley (loan)

Cameron Stewart - Hull to Charlton (loan)

Sam Hutchinson - Chelsea to Vitesse Arnhem (loan)

Ulises Davila - Chelsea to Cordoba (loan)

Emmanuel Mayuka - Southampton to Sochaux (loan)

Abdul Razak - Manchester City to Anzhi Makhachkala (loan)

Francisco Junior - Everton to Vitesse Arnhem (loan)

Morgan Amalfitano - Marseille to West Brom (loan)

Cauley Woodrow - Fulham to Southend (loan)

Marcello Trotta - Fulham to Brentford (loan)

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