Although there were some really talented players brought in, not many big signings were made and it remains to be seen how effective these signings would be in the long run.
From Flamini's perspective, it will be a very tough decision to make. There are no obvious chhooices. For sure Roma looks like the last option, but the other clubs can all give him regular game time. Olympiakos, Roma and Milan almost regularly play Champions League football, so that is something which Flamini should consider as well. However, should he want to stay in the Premier League, Palace would be more than willing to recruit him.
The 2016 summer transfer window has been frenetic, hectic and crazy. Chelsea was one of the clubs who were busy till deadline day.
Hart will get regular playing time at Torino, which should help him with hhis chances for England, while De Jong should flourish in the rough and tough Turkish League.
Jonathan's scoring records are far from impressive. However, even though his stats may go against him, Pardew is known for bringing the best out of players who are seemingly less talented than most.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere is finally making his loan move, and it is not the much fancied clubs AS Roma or AC Milan but England's Bournemouth.
Italian giants AC Milan have emerged as shock suitors for Liverpool outcast Lazar Markovic.
The report further states that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is aware of his side's inability to match up to Manchester United's spending power and hence, has withdrawn from negotiations despite reports emerging of the 23-year-old being favouring a move to Madrid.
The Brazilian has gone on to become an integral part of Lazio's team after joining from Santos in 2013. Post the 2014/15 season, where he racked up an impressive 11 goals in 37 appearances, he was subject to interest from the likes European giants Manchester United and Barcelona and PSG
Chelsea have made another improved bid for Arsenal target Kalidou Koulibaly believed to be around the region of £34 million.