With the summer transfer window closed, it's time to let football speak while the Premier League prepares to start over.
Top-notch clubs were desperately struggling to get last-minute signings on Thursday before the 5 o'clock deadline, while others were trying to unload players to reduce their squads.
Here, Sportsmail has taken a look at who were the winners and the losers of another hectic transfer window …
West Ham was one of the clubs in the Premier League that had a busy summer in the market
After Liverpool ran to the Champions League final at the end of last season, the club acted quickly to back up their achievements and realize that now could be their time to attack.
The big signings of Alisson, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Xherdan Shaqiri will bring a lot of quality in the future, as they seek to compete with Manchester City in the Premier League, despite finishing 25 points behind Pep Guardiola's team last season.
Jurgen Klopp has dealt with Liverpool's biggest problem by bringing in a world-class goalkeeper credited to Brazil's Alisson international, while adding steel to the midfield at Keita and Fabinho's signing. The arrival of Shaqiri adds even more squad depth.
With the mortals Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino leading in Anfield, an impact substitute like Shaqiri is not bad.
With the attacking talent they have at their disposal, mixed with their steel and the work rate in the midfield and defense, they are likely to run City closer to the next season.
Liverpool has made some key signings, including the Brazilian international Alisson
Usually, for most of the newly promoted teams in the Premier League, the summer is about making signings that will keep you in the top flight, but for Fulham, they have much bigger thoughts running through their minds.
Slavisa Jokanovic has brought a lot of quality to the team, including players like Jean Michael Seri, who was previously close to joining Barcelona, Aleksandar Mitrovic and Andre Schurrle.
It is not only to advance where they have impressively reinforced their ranks. In defense, the Craven Cottage team has acquired the services of England hopeful Alfie Mawson, Maxime Le Marchand and Calum Chambers, on loan from Arsenal for the season.
Fulham has intelligently tackled all areas of the pitch and does not lack strength in depth. Before the window opened, many fans expected to simply stay in the Premier League, but now with the window closed, they will look up.
Recently, Fulham, promoted, has done some very smart business during the summer window
Wolves entered the Premier League last season, finishing nine points ahead of Cardiff in the second. Your mentality of entering your first high-flying campaign since 2011-12 will be to see how high you can end up.
They have captured some pedigree and high quality talent, such as Joao Moutinho, goalkeeper Rui Patricio, Adama Traore, Raúl Jiménez and Jonny Castro Otto.
On the day of the deadline, Wolves also added Leander Dendoncker on loan before a permanent settlement of £ 12 million next summer.
With Nuno Espirito Santo at the helm, the Molineux team could have a season to remember due to its strength in depth and real quality in the field.
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Joao Moutinho will bring even more quality to the Wolves midfield after signing from Monaco
Everton enjoyed an extremely late burst in the transfer window, signing Bernard in a free, and capturing Yerry Mina and Andre Gomes (loan) from Barcelona on the day of the deadline.
After a slow start in their summer business, the Toffees gained momentum by bringing winger Watford Richarlison and Lucas Digne from Barcelona in early summer.
They have strengthened themselves in the center of the back, perhaps where they needed it the most after posting 58 goals last season, and have added class in the future, bringing a playmaker in Gomes, talent in Bernard and pace in Richarlison.
Everton may have had high hopes last season after a busy summer in 2017, but now under the new leadership of Marco Silva, they will seek to close the gap between the top six.
Everton signed Bernard for free on the day of the deadline, linking him to a four-year contract
The Hammers have had a very busy and efficient summer, and their fans are very excited about the new season after the disappointment of the last quarter.
Manuel Pellegrini took over from David Moyes and acted very quickly to get what he wanted, bringing a number of stellar names, like Felipe Anderson for £ 40 million and Jack Wilshere, who joined Arsenal for free.
The Chilean has also added other visionary players Andriy Yarmolenko and Lucas Perez, who have the quality to damage defenses in England.
West Ham has also been directed to his back line by bringing in Ryan Fredericks of Fulham, Issa Diop and Fabian Balbuena. The arrival of the experienced Lukasz Fabianski in the goal will help to shore up the procedures in the back.
After defending themselves from relegation last season, they will be looking for a place in the top 10. However, with so many signings made, it can take time for them to gel.
Philip West was brought by West Ham, which had a busy summer, for £ 40 million
Tottenham notably did not make any signings during the summer transfer window. Perhaps financial constraints have begun to creep into their new stadium near its completion.
Mauricio Pochettino's team finished third last season and would have expected to continue domestically as they enter their new era in the new field.
With the strengthening of their Premier League rivals, Tottenham may have trouble keeping up as they seek to secure another result in the top four.
A positive aspect for Pochettino and Spurs is that they managed to keep their star players, including Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Hugo Lloris.
Mauricio Pochettino did not bring new faces to the Tottenham squad this summer
José Mourinho tries hard to smile at best, but his mood will worsen after what has been a tough and frustrating summer for him.
United started strongly at the window, bringing Brazil international Fred for £ 52m and Diogo Dalot for £ 17.4m, but since then no further acquisitions have been made.
After finishing 19 points behind City last season, Mourinho would have been desperate to close the gap this summer, but perhaps it will expand further.
United missed its priority goal, a center back. Throughout the summer, they had been chasing people like Toby Alderweireld and, as the deadline approached agonizingly, several names were linked with them.
Harry Maguire, Yerry Mina, Jerome Boateng, Kurt Zouma and Diego Godin were late targets for United, as they fought desperately in the transfer market, but their efforts came to nothing and after a difficult preseason, they could be in a good moment. long year
José Mourinho has endured a frustrating window as he could not bring a center back
It's the same old story in St James's Park. Once again, Rafa Benítez urged the owner, Mike Ashley, to release the cash during the transfer period and, once again, the latter did not grant his wishes.
Newcastle finished an impressive tenth last season in the Premier League, but Benitez was still eager to bring in new faces as they seek to maintain their status in the top flight.
They have brought six players: Yoshinori Muto, Fabian Schar, Martin Dubravka (signed permanently after a successful loan), Ki Sung-yueng and the prisoners Kenedy and Salomon Rondon.
However, Benitez will have expected more. To stay in the Premier League in the long term, Newcastle needs a lot of quality and currently it still lacks that. They need their owner to support Benítez, otherwise, he could soon leave …
Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez once again called Mike Ashley to release the money