Manchester United certainly had a busy Transfer Deadline day. With the likes of Radamel Falcao and Daley Blind arriving, as well as Javier Hernandez, Tom Cleverley and Danny Welbeck departing - the revolving doors were in full motion at Carrington.
Well, not for the players at the club who weren't involved in the action. Manchester United actually gave their squad the day off on Monday - and one player has been speaking about the events of Deadline Day.
Speaking to United Uncovered Jonny Evans has spoken about how he kept abreast of everything that happened.
He also spoke about the outgoings and incomings at the club. Evans has come through the ranks just like both Cleverley and Welbeck at Manchester United - so seeing the pair go might have been odd for the Northern Irishman. But he has explained that it is simply football, and that he is more focused on welcoming the newbies:
"All the lads were talking about it when we got back into training, particularly the fact that we'd signed [Radamel] Falcao and Daley Blind, while Danny Welbeck and Tom Cleverley had gone. It will change the dressing room dynamics but while we've got two good players going out, we've got two good players coming in. That's the way football works, things move on. And we have to make sure we concentrate on welcoming the new lads and start winning games."
Evans has struggled for form early on this season, as he adapts to a three-man back line. He will likely consider himself lucky that no apparent replacements arrived for him on deadline day as he could have very well followed friends Cleverley and Welbeck out the door.
But it is good to see he is moving on from the departures and is already looking forward to playing with the Colombian and Dutchman in Louis van Gaal's new United regime.