The transfer window has closed in England, and yet again it has been a particularly busy time for Premier League clubs with £1.25 billion ($1.51bn) already spent as ‘transfer deadline day’ loomed.
With the domestic window slamming shut at 5pm UK time here is how the three English sides in this season's International Champions Cup faired.
Daniel James (From Swansea City)
The 21-year-old Welsh international moved to Old Trafford on the opening day of the transfer window, for a reported fee of £15.3 million ($18.5m).
Aaron Wan-Bissaka (From Crystal Palace)
Another early move in the transfer market saw the right-back join the Red Devils from London side, Crystal Palace. Having already impressed on ICC duty, the 21-year-old looks to be a solid acquisition.
Harry Maguire (From Leicester City)
It's a move that makes the England international the most expensive defender on the planet, eclipsing the fee Liverpool paid for Virgil Van Dijk. The centre back cost a cool £78.3 million ($95m) but will provide Ole Gunnar Solskjær with the lynchpin the Norwegian has been searching for.
By far the biggest movement out of Manchester United was Romelu Lukaku, who joins fellow ICC competitors, Inter Milan for a rumored fee of around £74 million ($89.8m)
Ander Herrera joined Paris St Germain on a free transfer while Antonio Valencia, Matthew Olosunde, James Wilson and Regan Poole were all released by the club.
Kieran O'Hara joined Burton Albion on loan with Dean Henderson also moving on a temporary basis to newly promoted Sheffield United.
Tanguy Ndombele (From Lyon)
The 22-year-old central midfielder joins Mauricio Pochettino's side after his £54 million ($65.5m) move from Olympique Lyon in south eastern France.
Giovani Lo Celso (From Real Betis)
Initially joining the club on loan, Spurs have an option to buy the 23-year-old midfielder should he prove to be a success this coming season.
Ryan Sessegnon (From Fulham)
Moving from west London, the 19-year-old was a deadline day transfer costing in the region of £24.3 million ($29.4m). Taking to social media the teenager said of his move to Tottenham: a club with a fantastic fan base and a place where I feel I can learn and improve as a player to take my game to the next level. I can’t wait to get started!
Last season's ICC runners-up also secured deals for youth prospects Kion Etete and Jack Clarke, with Clarke returning to Leeds on a season long deal as part of his move to North London.
Michel Vorm, Dylan Duncan, Charlie Freeman , Tom Glover, Connor Ogilvie and Jamie Reynolds were all released with Luke Amos and Cameron Carter-Vickers joining Queens Park Rangers and Stoke City on loan, respectively.
Kieran Trippier departed for ICC club, Atletico de Madrid for £19.8 million ($24m) while Vincent Janssen joined Mexican club Monterrey. Youth player, Josh Onomah joins Fulham as part of the Sessegnon deal.
Gabriel Martinelli (From Ituano)
The teenager excelled in the ICC this summer and his move looks to be one that could excite Arsenal fans in the coming months.
Dani Ceballos (Real Madrid)
The Spanish midfielder joins Arsenal on a season long loan from Real Madrid and the Los Blancos loanee and will bolster Unai Emery's central options.
William Saliba (Saint-Etienne)
The teenager arrival in North London will be delayed for 12 months. The France youth international's return to Saint-Etienne was a non-negotiable condition of the deal that will see the defender join up with his teammates in July 2020.
Nicolas Pépé (Lille)
Courted by a number of clubs across Europe it was Arsenal who landed the talented winger for £72 million ($87.4m). The versatile 24-year-old can also play as a centre forward if required.
Kieran Tierney (Celtic)
Arsenal had their own deadline day drama when they captured the Celtic left back for £23.4 million ($29.5m) - a Scottish record sale. Tierney, a multiple champion with The Hoops said it was “the hardest decision in my whole life” - he had been with the club for 15 years.
The Gunners saw 21 players leave The Emirates, some of the bigger names included Aaron Ramsey who joined Juventus on a free transfer and Alex Iwobi who moved to Everton in a last minute deal before the transfer window closed.