The summer transfer window finally closed around the rest of Europe.
While Premier League transfer window closed before the start of the 2019-20 campaign, it remained open around the rest of Europe’s major league throughout August.
Here are 10 transfers that may have flown under the radar.
Mauro Icardi — Inter Milan to PSG (Loan)
Icardi joined the Ligue 1 champion on a season-long loan with an option to buy for $71.3 million next year.
Javier Hernandez — West Ham United to Sevilla ($8.4 million)
Javier Hernandez became West Ham United’s record $19.5 million signings in 2017, but after West Ham paid another club record $43.4 for Eintracht Frankfurt’s Sebastian Haller this summer, Hernandez handed in a transfer request to force a late move to Sevilla.
Luiz Gustavo- Olympique de Marseille to Fenerbahce ($6.69 million)
Brazilian midfielder signed for Turkish side Fenerbahce in a four-year deal worth six million euros.
Keylor Navas- Real Madrid to PSG ($16.3 million)
Keylor Navas' $16.8 million move to PSG from Real Madrid was the second-most expensive deadline deal, behind Sporting Lisbon winger Raphinha's move to Stade Rennais.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan- Arsenal to AS Roma (on loan)
The Armenia international joined AS Roma on Monday on a season-long loan, but the Italian club has no contractual option to buy at the end of the deal.
Alphonse Areola- PSG to Real Madrid (on Loan)
Alphonse Areola is officially a Real Madrid player. The Frenchman arrived in Madrid from Paris Saint-Germain on a year-long loan with Keylor Navas heading in the opposite direction.
Mario Lemina-Southampton to Galatasaray (on Loan)
Lemina has joined Turkish side Galatasaray on a season-long loan. Despite initially attracting interest from Premier League sides Manchester United and Arsenal, the Gabon international will now ply his trade in Turkey.
Ante Rebic- Eintracht Frankfurt to AC Milan (on Loan)
Rebic joined AC Milan from Eintracht Frankfurt for a two-year loan with no option to buy at the end. In return, Milan have sent Andre Silva on the same two-year loan to the opposite direction.
Fernando Llorente- Tottenham Hotspur to Napoli (Free)
Spaniard Fernando Llorente completed a late free transfer to Napoli, leaving Harry Kane as Mauricio Pochettino's only central attacking option for the remainder of the season.
Andre Silva- AC Milan to Eintracht Frankfurt (on Loan)
Andre Silva joined Eintracht Frankfurt for a two-year loan deal. On the other hand, Ante Rebic moved in the opposite direction.