Overview: completed transfers on Deadline Day abroad

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In the Netherlands, the transfer market does not close until Tuesday, but in many surrounding countries, Monday is the last day to buy or sell players. Below is an overview of the most important completed transfers on Deadline Day.

The Netherlands

Oussama Idrissi – from AZ to Seville (for 12 million euros)
Ricardo van Rhijn – free transfer to FC Emmen
Felix Wiedwald from Eintracht Frankfurt to FC Emmen (free transfer)
Luka Ilic – from Manchester City to FC Twente (on a rental basis)
Danny Bakker from ADO Den Haag to Roda JC (on rental basis)

Stijn Spierings – from Levski Sofia to FC Toulouse (transfer fee unknown)
Luca Zidane –
from Real Madrid to Rayo Vallecano (on rental basis)
Matteo Darmian –
from Parma to Internazionale (2.5 million euros)
Ben Godfrey
from Norwich City to Everton (for 27.5 million euros)
Diogo Dalot from Manchester United to AC Milan (rental basis)
Marc Roca from Espanyol to Bayern Munich (9 million euros)
Danilo Pereira from FC Porto to Paris Saint-Germain (on rental basis)
Moise kean from Everton to Paris Saint-Germain (on rental basis)
Ryan Sessegnon from Tottenham Hotspur to Hoffenheim (on rental basis)
Ibrahima Diallo from Stade Brest to Southampton (15 million euros)
Idrissa Doumbia from Sporting CP to CD Huesca (on rental basis)
Rayan Aït Nouri from Angers to Wolverhampton Wanderers (on rental basis)

In England, the market for international transfers will close on Monday. In their own country, the clubs are allowed to do business until October 16. In Germany, Belgium, France, Italy and Spain, the market will also close for domestic transfers on Monday. In Russia (October 17) and Portugal (October 25), for example, the market has been open longer.



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