Summer transfer window verdict: how every Premier League club fared

From Nottingham Forest’s 21 deals to Leicester’s one outfield signing we run the rule over the division’s £1.9bn outlay Men’s transfer window: all deals in Europe’s top five leaguesIt remains to be seen whether Arsenal will rue failing to add numbers in midfield or out wide. They could not tempt Aston Villa to part with Douglas Luiz on deadline day and inquiries about several wingers were not followed up. Their earlier work in the window was admirable: Gabriel Jesus and Oleksandr Zinchenko have made instant impacts for the league leaders and Fábio Vieira brims with promise. Perhaps the young wide man Marquinhos, signed from São Paulo, will now get his chance. Arsenal come out looking stronger but questions about their depth remain. Nick Ames

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