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Done Deal: Listing all the Deadline Day deals from the Premier League

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The most expensive summer transfer window in Premier League history closed on Monday, as over $1.4 billion was spent on new players.

Many deals were left to the final day of the window, as Deadline Day again sprung plenty of shocks.

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The biggest deals were confirmed late, as Radamel Falcao’s loan move to Manchester United and Danny Welbeck’s transfer to Arsenal had to be given extra time to go through.

Below is a list of every single in and out from PL clubs. Scroll through that to catch up with all the deals.

Don’t forget to tune in to the “Transfer Deadline Day Show” on NBCSN (Monday, 6-8 p.m. ET).

DONE DEALS

Permanent transfer deals

Abel Hernandez to Hull City – $17 million
Mohamed Diame to Hull City – $5.5 million
George Boyd to Burnley – $5 million
Benjamin Stambouli to Tottenham – $8 million
Zeki Fryers to Crystal Palace – $5 million
Modou Barrow to Swansea City – Undisclosed
Daley Blind to Manchester United – $24 million
Sadio Mane to Southampton – $18 million
Sandro to QPR – $8 million
James McArthur to Crystal Palace – $13 million
Morgan Amalfitano to West Ham – Free
Danny Welbeck to Arsenal – $26.5 million
Tom Lawrence to Leicester City – Undisclosed

Selected loan deals

Radamel Falcao to Manchester United, loan
Lewis Holtby to Hamburg, loan
Javier Hernandez to Real Madrid, loan
Nathaniel Chalobah to Burnley, loan
Sebastian Coates to Sunderland, loan
Nick Powell to Leicester City, loan
Ricky Alvarez to Sunderland, loan
Oussama Assaidi to Stoke City, loan
Micah Richards to Fiorentina, loan
Toby Alderweireld to Southampton, loan
Gaston Ramirez to Hull City, loan
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa to AS Roma, loan
Hatem Ben Arfa to Hull City, loan
Alvaro Negredo to Valencia, loan
Niko Kranjcar to QPR – Loan
Jos Hooiveld to Norwich City – Loan

Ronaldo shows no sign of injury while hanging with Conor McGregor

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Cristiano Ronaldo may not be ready for the UEFA Super Cup, but he’s no longer limping around.

To explore the Real Madrid superstar’s Instagram is to see Ronaldo, sometimes clothed, hanging out with celebrities.

In the last couple weeks we’ve seen him with Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez, and now his “bro” Conor McGregor.

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Wait, what?

Yeah, Ronaldo is friends with the MMA star, and showed no ill form (and no brace of any kind) in several posed photos with McGregor.

Although admittedly, McGregor’s IG game is a bit better: The Irish fighter posted a photo of himself sunning in his briefs with the caption, “I’m gonna get him on the Forbes list by next year. But I’m gonna get him on the tan by next week.”

Good luck with both, bro.

Great to see you bro!!💪🏽🔝

A photo posted by Cristiano Ronaldo (@cristiano) on Jul 24, 2016 at 3:48pm PD

Bruce pens letter to Hull fans: “Desperately wanted to make it work”

YORK, ENGLAND - JULY 23: Steve Bruce manager of  Hull City ahead of the pre-season friendly match between York City and Hull City at Bootham Cresent on July 23, 2014  in York, England. (Photo by Nigel Roddis/Getty Images)
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Many Hull City fans didn’t want Steve Bruce to leave the club, and this open letter shows why.

After leaving the club by “mutual consent” on Friday — it was first widely reported that he quit — fans protested at Hull’s game on Monday.

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Bruce may’ve had his problems with Hull’s ownership, but he certainly got his supporters’ feelings right down to the core.

From the Hull Daily Mail:

My biggest regret is having to walk away but it was a decision I had to make for the sake of the club. The last 12 months have been very tough and it felt like the right step for the club to move forward in a different direction and with someone else in charge.

I desperately wanted to make it work this summer and be a Premier League manager again but, sadly, it wasn’t to be. Nevertheless, I’ve left Hull City with some fantastic memories that I’ll always cherish, including just eight weeks ago in the Championship play-off final at Wembley.

Class from the longtime boss, and we imagine he’ll have a job very soon if he wants it.

Report: Everton to activate release clause of Stoke’s Arnautovic

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 28: Marko Arnautovic (1st L) of Stoke City competes for the ball against Seamus Coleman (2nd L) and Gareth Barry (1st Rof Everton during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Stoke City at Goodison Park on December 28, 2015 in Liverpool, England.  (Photo by Dave Thompson/Getty Images)
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Everton is going to activate Marko Arnautovic‘s $16 million release clause to bring the Stoke City striker to Goodison Park, according to a report out of Austria.

Stoke had been trying to sign Arnautovic to a contract extension, but the player was reportedly prepared to play out the final year of his deal.

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The huge 27-year-old Austrian has been with Stoke since 2013, and broke through with 11 Premier League goals last season.

Arnautovic would give Everton support behind Romelu Lukaku, and insurance in case the Toffees do wind up selling their Belgian striker. Everton also has Arouna Kone as a potential target forward, but Oumar Niasse is expecting to leave after less than a year at Goodison Park.

Chelsea wins the League… of Hate; Bournemouth, Leicester not hated

SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 27:  Diego Costa of Chelsea celebrates his team's second goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Chelsea at St Mary's Stadium on February 27, 2016 in Southampton, England.  (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)
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A family of English newspapers conducted its annual survey of which teams are the most hated in the Premier League, and there’s a new champion.

Manchester United has dropped to second in the table to Chelsea in what the Manchester Evening News called the “League of Hate”.

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According to the MEN, 10,000 fans were quizzed on their love and hate:

A national survey asked fans of each top flight club which sides they hate, and which they love, and the west London club came out as the most disliked club overall.

United, who won the dubious accolade last year, have been revealed to be the next most reviled side.

It’s no surprise that the league’s more successful sides sit atop the table while newer PL clubs like Bournemouth and Burnley are not reviled. That said, Leicester’s dream story has them 19th. How much more success do they need to have before shooting up the hate table?

Here’s the Top Five, and all results:

1) Chelsea
2) Manchester United
3) Liverpool
4) Manchester City
5) Arsenal