Deadline day deals
The summer's final transfer deals have been pushed through and a lot of money has been spent bringing some of the best players in the world to the Premier League.
Liverpool splashed out the most on Spanish starlet Fernando Torres, while Chelsea were notoriously frugal, before writing a £13.5million cheque for Lyon's Florent Malouda.
Way back at the start of the summer, Manchester United parted with £50million for Nani, Hargreaves and Anderson, while the likes of Fulham, Portsmouth and Tottenham have all spent big in a bid to close the gap on the top clubs.
So what do you think? How has your team spent its money and who will prosper across Europe?
• Your Verdict
I'm an Arsenal fan, but look at other clubs, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester. They are not shackled by financial restraints, and they can afford to go for the best players available. In fact Benitez is quoted as having said that now he has a squad with two players for every position!
We know what Chelsea have done since the arrival of Abramovich, and it seems that Manchester United have an open chequebook, if one were to go by their spending spree this season, all these three clubs have foreign oweners! No matter what Mr Edelman says, I cannot believe that Arsene has the funds available for the transfer market.
Godwin E. Bencini
On the Ronaldinho rumours, it's a genius move by Chelsea. The worst case for disruption is three days having to answer media speculation and it makes the player and the club make a decision quickly. If he ever comes I think Lamps will be off!
I would have personally liked to have seen us [Tottenham] sign Martin Petrov and seasoned pros like him rather than Bale, Bent and Kaboul (costing £40million). The board have every right to question our start, but now is not the time to panic.
I am a Spurs fan for over 20 years. They currently have assembled a above average squad and there are still changes to be made if Spurs wants to be in Europe and keep the top players at the club.
I have a feeling that the Arsenal board would not mind providing funds for very good players. It would appear that Wenger gives them the impression that he can manage with what he has. Even the rivals Spurs has spent a lot.
Real will go on to win La Liga this season. Some great signings with Robben, Heinze and Pepe, and they'll have no problems. Eto'o out and Henry won't fire at Barcelona. Champions again.
70million euros. Only one team will win the UEFA Cup this year and that's Bayern Munich. Ribery looks a great signing, and Klose and Toni will score goals for fun. Not in the big competition, but who cares if a Bundesliga and European double is on the cards.
Barca have signed well in Spain, but I think Liverpool will win the Champions League as they have so much squad depth.