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Transfer window: The winners and losers after deadline passes

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Transfer window: The winners and losers after deadline passes
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The transfer window has closed and now clubs and managers know what they will be dealing with until it reopens on 1 January. Manchester United's loan deal for http://www.brownsnflofficialauthentic.com/BROWNS-JOHNNY-MANZIEL-JERSEY Radamel Falcao will capture the headlines - but there were other vital issues to emerge as a hectic 24 hours came to a conclusion. Here we look at some of the key points and who can emerge with satisfaction. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was under serious pressure to bring in a striker after Olivier Giroud was ruled out injured for three months - especially after Manchester United pulled off the coup of landing Radamel Falcao, who had been strongly linked with the Gunners. And, after a day that started with Manchester United's England striker Danny Welbeck linked with Tottenham, he ended up in north London with Arsenal in a deal confirmed at 1am. Welbeck, 23, has never been a prolific goalscorer but Wenger clearly believes the raw materials are there to work with as he added him to his squad. It is a practical signing which Arsenal will hope develops into an excellent one. The signing brought a mixed response from Arsenal fans, who may have wished for a so-called bigger name, particularly the Old Trafford-bound Falcao, but Welbeck is an England international with an exemplary attitude and room for his game to grow. There was an inquiry made for Manchester City's Matija Nastasic as Wenger pondered strengthening his defensive resources and some will question the absence of powerful central midfield player. Wenger, however, has a strict transfer policy of refusing to pay over the odds or simply making a signing for a signing's sake. Now it is up to Welbeck to repay the faith - and there is every chance he will improve under Wenger's guidance. Chelsea and Manchester City spent Eric Weddle Womens Jersey transfer deadline day pruning the margins of their squads, or in the latter's case accepting an offer from Valencia for Alvaro Negredo that includes an obligation to complete a 30m Euros deal at the end of the season. Both clubs had clear plans in place for the players they wanted to bring in, those they wanted out - with City also securing all of the big contract renewals for key players. Chelsea moved swiftly to sign Cesc Fabregas and Diego Costa, as well as defender Felipe Luis, so manager Jose Mourinho was able to enjoy a relatively relaxed deadline day. The main business was done. Costa, in particular, and Fabregas have both made outstanding starts. It has been a smooth transition. City's summer was well structured. Eliaquim Mangala and Fernando were earmarked some time ago and they were able to avoid any late panics or trolley dashes. Like Mourinho, Manuel Pellegrini had his pieces in place and City were able to part of the Falcao conversation without feeling the need to become more serious involved, the deal pushed in their direction rather than the other way around. Manchester United produced the most eye-catching piece of business as news broke early on transfer deadline day that they were signing Monaco's outstanding Colombia striker Radamel Falcao. Falcao, who missed the World Cup with a serious knee injury, had been touted around many clubs and linked with Liverpool, Arsenal, Real Madrid and Manchester City. No-one can doubt Falcao's quality or pedigree - the main questions surrounding the deal are whether he is what United need and how manager Louis van Gaal will utilise him. With the presence of Robin van Persie and Wayne Rooney, as well as British record £59.7m signing Angel di Maria, Juan Mata and youngster Adnan Januzaj, Van Gaal has an embarrassment of riches that enabled United to sanction the sale of Welbeck to rivals Arsenal. United, however, have looked short of strength and numbers in central defence and central midfield. Have they put the roof on the house while the foundations remain in need of serious attention? Van Gaal will be hoping Marcos http://www.nflpackersofficialonline.com/PACKERS-AARON-RODGERS-JERSEY Rojo's work permit issues are swiftly resolved to bolster United's defence while AS Roma's Kevin Strootman will be a January target. One solution may well be to drop Rooney into a deeper role and use Falcao and Van Persie as his main strikers. A nice problem to solve - but other problems may not be quite as palatable for Van Gaal.

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