West Ham made some great moves on the low. Alex Song and Victor Moses are great pickups. Jarvis never panned out so he had to go.
Watford got alot of pace and power in Ibarbo, his inconsistency notwithstanding. They needed to drop some of the euro imports to stay in FFP, so they did it.
West Brom goofed by not selling Berahino, money they could've used to buy other players, I like Rondon, but it's clear they couldve spent the additional £15-25M on building the squad. Truthfully, Spurs should've met their demands weeks ago.
I'm really surprised Charlie Austin didn't move.
United seems to buy players that no one is reaching for, I'll try to keep my bias out of it, but I wonder how much David Gill and Fergie really knew before exiting out.
Sunderland finally picking up Borini was cool I guess, and Yedlin on loan will be good experience, I see him replacing Kyle Walker sooner than later.
I'm not quite sure what Chelsea are doing, a french executive said that the kid they signed today wasn't on anyone's radar and had a below average season last year. Pedro is a good pick up, but he doesn't play defense, and for a squad that had spectacular defense last year, what happened? As a City fan, they're still the most dangerous to me. They could easily pull off 10-12 unbeaten matches just in time for the winter break, so I'd never give my boys the title this early like everyone else is doing.
I'm kind of interested to see how it all falls into place. Roll on Champions League.