Offers for the Premier League deadline for players you've probably never heard of

Fulham broke his transfer record on Thursday to bring Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa

Thursday was a busy day with the transfer of deadlines for clubs in the Premier League, as they tried to conclude their business seriously before the start of the new season.

They spent £ 128 million with 25 players who came to England, with players like Fulham and Leicester leading the way with big money moves.

While 10 years ago, £ 30 million could have bought Dimitar Berbatov and Robinho, this summer the same disbursement has not had the same name.

here Sportsmail It takes you through some of the offers for players that you may have never met before …

Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa – Marseille £ 30m – Fulham

Fulham broke his transfer record on Thursday to bring Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa

Fulham broke his transfer record on Thursday to bring Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa

Fulham broke his transfer record on Thursday to bring Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa from Marseille.

The Cameroonian international is a central midfielder, who spent three years in the south of France without finding the back of the net.

He starred in the Marseille race to the Europa League final last season, but could not avoid the defeat against Atletico Madrid.

Caglar Soyuncu – Freiburg £ 19m – Leicester

Leicester reinforced its options in the center of defense with the signing of Caglar Soyuncu

Leicester reinforced its options in the center of defense with the signing of Caglar Soyuncu

Leicester reinforced its options in the center of defense with the signing of Caglar Soyuncu

Leicester reinforced its options in the defense center with the acquisition of Turkish international Caglar Soyuncu.

The 22-year-old spent two years in the Bundesliga with Freiburg and has become a regular in his national team in the meantime.

The 6-foot-2 defender is strong in the air but likes to get the ball out of his back and idolized Carles Puyol in his youth.

Filip Benkovic – Dinamo Zagreb £ 13.5m – Leicester

Filip Benkovic joined a five-year deal, the second of two defensive purchases for Leicester

The second of two defensive reinforcements for Leicester on the day of the deadline, Filip Benkovic joined a five-year agreement.

At 21 years old, he represents the future at the heart of the Zorros' back line that has represented Croatia at youth levels.

It stands at 6 feet 4 inches, and will provide a threat of set-pieces, finding the net six times in 88 appearances for Dinamo Zagreb.

Martin Montoya – Valencia £ 6.5m – Brighton

Spanish defender Martin Montoya joined Brighton & Hove Albion of Valencia for £ 6 million

Spanish defender Martin Montoya joined Brighton & Hove Albion of Valencia for £ 6 million

Brighton took the money to bring the former international Spanish youth Martin Montoya

Brighton got rid of the money to bring the former Spanish youth international Martin Montoya, who has not yet reached the potential that hinted at the beginning of his career.

A graduate of the La Masia academy in Barcelona who joined the club at the age of nine, the right-back made 67 appearances in five years at the Camp Nou.

Two years in Valencia brought him a consistent playing time for the first time in his career, but an unsuccessful short loan spell at Inter Milan suggests that the 27-year-old could have problems outside his home country.

Luciano Vietto – loan from Atlético de Madrid – Fulham

Highly qualified Argentine striker Luciano Vietto joined Fulham on loan from Atlético de Madrid

Argentine striker Luciano Vietto has suffered four difficult years in European football since leaving South America.

A return of 20 goals in 48 appearances in his first season at Villarreal suggested few initial problems, but a move to Atlético de Madrid in 2015 did not pay off.

Loan periods in Seville and Valencia yielded mixed results. At 23, he hopes that another temporary movement, this time to the Premier League, will help him meet those initial expectations.

Isaac Mbenza – loan from Montpellier – Huddersfield

Isaac Mbenza will use 18th place for Huddersfield this quarter after joining a loan from Montpellier

Isaac Mbenza will use 18th place for Huddersfield this quarter after joining a loan from Montpellier

Huddersfield brought 22-year-old Belgian youngster Isaac Mbenza on loan on Thursday

Huddersfield survived his first season in the Premier League, but he urgently needed to add some attack before his second.

In Isaac Mbenza, 22, they hope they have found their solution.

The Belgian sub 21 international scored 10 times in 43 appearances for Montpellier last year, and in 6ft 2in he is sure to provide an aerial presence, although he prefers to play wide.

Leander Dendoncker – loan Anderlecht – Lobos

Leander Dendoncker from Anderlecht was the last player to join the Wolves' revolution

Leander Dendoncker from Anderlecht was the last player to join the Wolves' revolution

The wolves trapped Belgian international midfielder Leander Dendoncker on a one-season loan

The most prominent of those under the radar agreements that defined the day of the transfer deadline on Thursday saw the Wolves entangle Leander Dendoncker in a one-season loan agreement.

The 23-year-old played for Belgium in the 2018 World Cup and became a key player in Anderlecht's starting XI over the past four seasons.

The deep midfielder is tall and strong, and has impressed against English opponents in the past, scoring against Manchester United in the Europa League in 2017.

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