The summer transfer window in European men's soccer has shut. News of deadline-day deals is still trickling in around the English Premier League, Spain's La Liga, Italy's Serie A, Germany's Bundesliga, France's Ligue 1 and elsewhere. But most business is done.
Cristiano Ronaldo, for example, is definitely staying at Manchester United, largely because no legitimate interest from a Champions League club ever appeared.
Christian Pulisic, likewise, remains at Chelsea, with the club "blocking any deals and holding him against his wishes," a source told Yahoo Sports on Wednesday.
But Chelsea was the biggest mover on deadline day. The London club agreed to a deal with Barcelona for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, and sent Marcos Alonso in the other direction, back to Spain. Then, with just a few hours remaining in the window, Chelsea reportedly swooped for Juventus midfielder Denis Zakaria on a season-long loan.
Pulisic aside, other American players sorted out their short-term futures. Ricardo Pepi on Wednesday signed for Dutch side Groningen on loan from Augsburg. AC Milan arrived out of nowhere to rescue Sergiño Dest from Barcelona, after the 21-year-old fullback balked at interest from Villarreal. Dest signed with the Serie A champs on a season-long loan with a 20 million-euro ($20 million) option to buy.
As final details emerge, Yahoo Sports will track all of the latest happenings here.
For a day-by-day and club-by-club rundown of all the transfers completed so far this summer in the big five leagues, The Guardian has a comprehensive list. And Transfermarkt sorts them from most to least expensive.