5. Yohan Cabaye to Crystal Palace
One of the most unexpected moves of the transfer window, Crystal Palace have pulled off areal coup signing the former Newcastle United midfielder. Cabaye is a playmaker of Champions League and international experience & quality - and should transform Crystal Palace's midfield for the better.
4. Roberto Firmino to Liverpool
Reportedly sought by many, the Brazilian was brought to Liverpool rather swiftly as Ian Ayre did what he often hasn't and sealed a deal without any extra fuss or hassle. Firmino should combine well with the Reds' other Brazilian creative force, Philippe Coutinho, and was the name on the lips of all Liverpool fans when he signed.
3. Toby Alderweireld to Tottenham Hotspur
A crafty signing as the defender was snatched from underneath Southampton's nose, Alderweireld should add plenty to the Tottenham defence and work well with his fellow Belgians - namely Jan Vertonghen. Spurs' biggest weakness last term was their back four but, with the 26-year-old now at White Hart Lane, Mauricio Pochettino's side should fare much better in that department next campaign.
2. Dimitri Payet to West Ham
A little like Palace's Cabaye move, Payet to West Ham United caught a few people off guard. When it was confirmed, however, the Hammers had the aura of a club that always knew they were going to get their man. Supporters were over the moon as the Frenchman signed and he has already delivered for West Ham in a friendly. Much more to come...?
1. Petr Cech to Arsenal
The standout deal of the summer so far, with Arsenal taking Cech off the hands of one of their fiercest rivals. The switch worked out well for the man himself, gave Chelsea a healthy revenue from his sale and sorts out a real issue for the Gunners. Arsenal are still a striker and central midfielder short of a real title challenge but Cech heals their recent goalkeeping instability like an effective vaccine.