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TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY: Which players changed jerseys this summer

August 31, 2016 By Oscar Rojas
David Luiz's return to Stamford Bridge, Mario Balotellí's transfer to Ligue 1 and other notable deals were secured during the last day. Learn all about today's biggest transfers.

In what turned out to be an eventful day, all clubs in Europe have done their last deals to add talent to their squads...even though some fans are not pleased with their business.

As the day developed, we learned about some deals being worked out. The first notable agreement came when Torino FC confirmed the signing of Joe Hart, who will join the Italian Bulls on a season-long loan.

The Serie A club revealed the news on its website with Hart's pic signing his contract.

Later in the day, we found out that Jack Wilshere, the man who claimed having received 22 offers in one day, chose to join AFC Bournemouth on a loan deal. Wilshere fell down Arsene Wenger's pecking order and chose to leave the Gunners to enjoy some playing time.

One more player to switch sides was David Luiz. On Tuesday, sources reported the Brazilian defender would return to Stamford Bridge, and negotiations were successful between Les Parisiens and the Blues, who bought the defender back for €38 million.

The Blues were one of the most active teams today, with Juan Cuadrado returning to Juventus on a new three-year deal on loan.

One of the most expected transfers involved Liverpool outcast Mario Balotelli. The former Italian international will continue his career playing for OGC Nice, hoping he can re-build his reputation as a top striker.

Dutch International Nigel De Jong decided to leave the Los Angeles Galaxy to join Turkish side Galatasaray. De Jong lasted only one season in the MLS before returning to European football.

Back to Stamford Bridge, the Blues confirmed the signing of Marcos Alonso later today.

Meanwhile, the current EPL Champions, Leicester City, confirmed via Twitter that striker Islam Slimani will join his compatriot Riyad Mahrez for the next five years

Later, the Foxes revealed that Gokhan Inler will leave the club to join Besiktas.

Usually, Real Madrid was one of the most active teams in the transfer window. But the only news coming from Santiago Bernabeu Stadium were related to Alvaro Arbeloa's signing with West Ham.

After making a couple of deals with Barcelona, Valencia confirmed the transfer of center back Ezequiel Garay, who had previously played in La Liga for Real Madrid.


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