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.
Arsenal also tried to navigate last-minute negotiations for Aston Villa midfielder Douglas Luiz, but reportedly couldn't meet Villa's asking price.
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.
Elsewhere, John Brooks backed out of move to Mallorca at the 11th hour, and signed for Benfica in Portugal.
As final details emerge, Yahoo Sports will track all of the latest happenings here.
Chelsea and Barcelona both confirm the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deal, and that, more or less, seems like a wrap on deadline day!
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.