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Transfer Deadline Day: All you missed

Burnley were among the top-flight's busiest clubs, breaking their transfer record to sign Robbie Brady.

TRANSFERS 01/02/17 01:02
Ashley Westwood

It was transfer deadline day on Tuesday, with teams in England and Scotland having up until 11pm to get all their deals done.

Here is the pick of the news from across the Premier League.

Burnley broke their transfer record to recruit Robbie Brady from Norwich on transfer deadline day.

The Republic of Ireland international signed a three-and-a-half-year deal at Turf Moor for an undisclosed fee.

But the Clarets confirmed the sum eclipsed the £10.5million they paid Derby for Jeff Hendrick last summer.

Brady spent 18 months at Norwich, having joined from Hull for £7million, and was part of the team relegated from the Premier League last season.

He was the second new arrival at Burnley on Tuesday with Sean Dyche also signing Ashley Westwood from Aston Villa.

Southampton were also busy signing striker Manolo Gabbiadini on a four-and-a-half-year contract from Napoli. The 25-year-old is likely to cost the Saints an initial £14million and he has won six caps for Italy.

Earlier in the day the Saints confirmed the loan signing of goalkeeper Mouez Hassen from Nice until the end of the season.

Crystal Palace are understood to have agreed the loan signing of Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho just before the window closed.

The clubs had been in negotiations over a permanent transfer but Palace were unwilling to meet Liverpool’s asking price for the centre-half, reported to be £20million.

Palace sealed a deal for Luka Milivojevic, who signed a three-and-a-half year contract, from Olympiakos earlier in the day.

Middlesbrough captured Adlene Guedioura from Watford though Austrian Under-19 international Arnel Jakupovic left the Riverside Stadium to join Italian Serie A side Empoli for an undisclosed fee.

Odion Ighalo also left Watford for China. The striker joined Chinese Super League club Changchun Yatai for an undisclosed fee, although it was reported to be around £20million.

West Brom decided to bring in Marc Wilson from Bournemouth on loan with the 29-year-old having played under boss Tony Pulis at Stoke between 2010 and 2013.

It had been slow progress for Premier League clubs before the evening, with Emmanuel Adebayor’s move to Turkish Super Lig team Istanbul Basaksehir one of the headlines.

The striker left Crystal Palace almost seven months ago and had remained the day’s highest-profile mover by mid-afternoon, by which time he had passed a medical and signed a reported 18-month contract.

Later on Hull announced the capture of Polish winger Kamil Grosicki from French club Rennes for an undisclosed fee and the loan signings of Italy international Andrea Ranocchia from Inter Milan and Alfred N’Diaye from Villarreal.

Bournemouth signed 18-year-old England youth international goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale from Sheffield United. He joined on a four-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Champions Leicester – who are just two points above the relegation zone after a 1-0 defeat to Burnley – captured Molla Wague. The defender joins on loan for the season from Udinese with the consent of his parent club Granada, and the Foxes have an option to buy in the summer.

Manchester City made the surprise late signing of midfielder Yangel Herrera on transfer deadline day, according to Atletico Venezuela.

The Venezuelan club’s official Twitter account confirmed their 19-year-old player had joined City, although there was no word from the English side.

Swansea completed a cash-plus-player deal for Aston Villa striker Jordan Ayew, with Wales defender Neil Taylor going in the opposite direction.

Ayew, on Ghana duty for the African Nations Cup in Gabon, has signed a contract until 2020.