The January transfer window is officially closed and has been quiet for Premier League clubs.
The top flight expense had dropped to only £ 180 million for the whole month, with the total figure declining for the first time since 2012.
But which agreements have been completed on the day of the deadline? Discover below …
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Peter Crouch was among the promoters on the day of the deadline, when he completed a return to the Premier League to join Burnley.
The former England striker, 38, has signed a short-term contract with Sean Dyche's men in an agreement that saw the international Wales Sam Vokes move on from the other side in Stoke City.
Vokes, 29, has signed a three and a half year contract with the championship Potter.
Crystal Palace has concluded a loan agreement for Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi.
The agreement was made more than one hour after the deadline, but Palace managed to submit an offer sheet before 11pm, giving them an extra two hours to get all the paperwork .
The 25-year-old, who spent the first half of the campaign in Valencia, had been linked with Everton, West Ham, Tottenham and Real Betis at different stages of the day.
Yannick Bolasie of Everton loaned to Anderlecht for the remainder of the season after cutting his seasonal loan to Aston Villa before January.
Newcastle created some of the most important expiration date titles by breaking their 14-year transfer record to sign the Paraguayan national Miguel Almiron.
The Magpies spent about 20 million pounds to bring the playmaker from the Atlanta League team. That eclipses the £ 16 million they paid for Michael Owen in 2005.
Almiron has signed a five and a half year contract but may not be available for Saturday's trip to Tottenham while waiting for a work permit.
He is joined at St James & Park by full-back Antonio Barreca, who has signed a loan for the rest of the season with the option of a permanent contract.
Arsenal strengthened the team with the arrival of Barcelona playmaker Denis Suarez on loan for the rest of the season.
The Spanish international, 25, played for Unai Emery, manager of the Gunners, in the 2014-15 season in Seville when he won the Europa League.
Leicester has added to its ranks with the signing of the Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans until the end of the season. The Belgian national has scored five goals in 20 appearances in Ligue 1 this season.
The agreement, which is subject to international approval, sees Foxes midfielder Adrien Silva moving in the opposite direction, even until the end of the campaign.
Wolves equaled their club record transfer fee of £ 18 million to pass Jonny Otto's loan from Atletico Madrid's permanent. The 24-year-old Spanish left-back signed a contract until 2023.
Everton Cuco Martina's defender came on loan to Feyenoord until the end of the season, after his spell at Stoke was over. The 29-year-old had made 18 appearances for the league club.
The controversial Fulham Aboubakar Kamara striker, suspended by the club awaiting internal disciplinary proceedings following a training incident last week, has borrowed the Turkish team Yeni Malatyaspor.
The Cottagers have hired former West Ham Havard Nordtveit midfielder on loan from the Bundesliga club Hoffenheim and Liverpool's Lazar Markovic for an undisclosed fee.
Manchester City hired teenage midfielder Ante Palaversa of Hajduk Split and immediately returned him to the Croatian team.
Below is a complete list of daily deals regarding Premier League clubs:
Miguel Almirón, From Atlanta to Newcastle; Jonny Castro Otto, Atletico Madrid ai Lupi; Peter Crouch, Stoke to Burnley; Sam Vokes, From Burnley to Stoke; Ante Palaversa, Hadjuk Split in Manchester City; Matty Virtue, From Liverpool to Blackpool; Jan Mlakar, Maribor in Brighton; Tudor-Cristian Baluta, Viitorul Constanta in Brighton; Leandro Bacuna, Reading to Cardiff; Dominic Iorfa, Wolves in Sheffield Wednesday.
Denis Suarez, Barcelona to Arsenal; Matty Willock, Manchester United to Crawley; Antonio Barreca, From Monaco to Newcastle; Callum Roberts, From Newcastle to Colchester; Tyrone Mings, From Bournemouth to Aston Villa; Elia Adebayo, From Fulham to Stevenage; Georges–Kevin Nkoudou, Tottenham in Monaco; Aboubakar Kamara, From Fulham to Yeni Malatyaspor; Jake Hesketh, From Southampton to MK Dons; Donovan Wilson, Lupi in Exeter; Reece Oxford, West Ham in Augsburg; Jerome Sinclair, From Watford to Oxford; Leo Bonatini, Wolves in the Nottingham Forest; Oladapo Afolayan, West Ham in Oldham; Zak Dearnley, Manchester United at Oldham; Michael Folivi, From Watford to AFC Wimbledon; Josh Knight, Leicester to Peterborough; Kazaiah GBP, From Tottenham to Sunderland; Callum Whelan, Manchester United in Port Vale; Youri Tielemans, From Monaco to Leicester; Adrien Silva, Leicester in Monaco; Havard Nordtveit, From Hoffenheim to Fulham; Antony Evans, From Everton to Blackpool; Callum Connolly, From Everton to Bolton; Michy Batshuayi, Chelsea at Crystal Palace; Liam Millar, From Liverpool to Kilmarnock; Emile blacksmith Rowe, Arsenal to RB Leipzig; Well Wilmot, From Watford to Udinese; Anthony Georgiou, Tottenham to Levante; Andy kingFrom Leicester to Derby; Goods Baningime, From Everton to Wigan; Achraf Lazaar, From Newcastle to Sheffield, Wednesday; Rolando Aarons, From Newcastle to Sheffield, Wednesday; Yannick Bolasie, From Everton to Anderlecht; Stefan Johansen, From Fulham to West Brom; Jacob Murphy, From Newcastle to West Brom; Lazar Markovic, From Liverpool to Fulham