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Summary

  1. Premier League clubs spend record £150m on deadline day
  2. Aubameyang to Arsenal biggest deal
  3. Giroud joins Chelsea from rivals Arsenal
  4. Spurs sign winger Lucas from PSG
  5. Everton complete Mangala loan late on

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By Shamoon Hafez

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    That's your lot for today.

    We are back on Friday for more news and football gossip.

    Until then.

  2. Auba trains for first time

    Arsenal

    New Arsenal signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was in training for the first time on Thursday morning.

    The Gabon striker joined the Gunners from Borussia Dortmund for a club-record £56m fee on deadline day.

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
  3. Could Conte go?

    Chelsea

    Chelse manager Antonio Conte

    Chelse manager Antonio Conte could be sacked before the end of the season if he continues to voice his frustrations over transfers, says Nigel Winterburn.

    The Premier League champions signed striker Olivier Giroud from Arsenal on transfer deadline day, but suffered a heavy 3-0 home defeat by Bournemouth on the same day.

    "I think there are frustrations within the transfers that they have made," ex-Arsenal full-back Winterburn told Sky Sports. "There seems to be frustrations from him within his team as well.

    "The way that Chelsea tend to react with their managers suggests that there may be a change come the end of the season and possibly before.

    "It would be a huge statement to change your manager before the end of the season but when you start to question the board and Roman Abramovich, you don't tend to stay around too long."

  4. Epic fail

    Manchester City fan

    Imagine getting a tattoo of your favourite player and then he goes and signs for another club. Yeah, that.

    Here are just a few cautionary tales of times when fans jumped the gun before the deals were done.

    Read the full piece

  5. Nagatomo joins Galatasaray

    Yuto Nagatomo

    Japan international Yuto Nagatomo has joined Galatasaray on loan from Inter Milan until the end of the season.

    The 31-year-old full-back completed his medical in Istanbul on Wednesday.

    No details were given of the deal, but the Turkish side have an option to buy Nagatomo for £6.1m.

    Nagatomo, who joined Inter in January 2011 and has made 210 appearances, is hoping for more playing time ahead of the summer's World Cup in Russia.

  6. Mahrez gone for good?

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Former England and Spurs midfielder Jermaine Jenas says we might not see Riyad Mahrez again "for the rest of the season" after the Algerian's proposed move to the Etihad broke down.

    Manchester City walked away from negotiations for the Leicester winger because the transfer package would have cost £95m.

    The 26-year-old handed in a transfer request on Tuesday.

    Hit the play button below to listen.

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    Video caption: Jermaine Jenas says Riyad Mahrez will not take kindly to another blocked move.
  7. Quick off the mark

    Watch the two Premier League goals scored faster than Tottenham's Christian Eriksen - who scored after just 11 seconds against Manchester United on Wednesday.

  8. Man Utd urged to boost wages

    Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Campaigners are urging Manchester United to increase the pay of some of its staff because of the "grotesque" difference with players' salaries.

    The Citizens UK charity will pass an open letter to the club in support of match day workers, some of whom it says are paid less than £7 per hour.

    The charity's letter calls on the club to show "moral leadership".

    The club said it paid permanent staff the Voluntary Living Wage, more than the statutory national figure.

    Read the full piece

  9. Cardiff sign Traore

    Cardiff City have completed the signing of Armand Traore on a free transfer, subject to Football League clearance.

    The 28-year-old, who has played for Arsenal and Juventus during his career, made 18 appearances for Nottingham Forest this season before his release.

    Senegalese international Traore was booked duringCardiff's 2-0 win against Forestat the City Ground in November.

    The left-back played under Neil Warnock when he was at Queens Park Rangers between 2010 and 2012.

  10. Powell said no to Brighton

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Wigan forward Nick Powell turned down the chance to join Premier League Brighton on deadline day, despite the Seagulls eventually offering £10m for the former Manchester United player.

    The Latics - top of League One and with an FA Cup fifth round tie against Manchester City to look forward to - were keen to hold on to their star men and twice rejected bids earlier in the day.

    In the end though, it was Powell who took the decision to remain at the DW Stadium.

  11. West Ham sign Afolayan

    West Ham United

    Oladapo Afolayan

    West Ham have signed forward Oladapo Afolayan for an undisclosed fee from National League side Solihull Moors.

    The 21-year-old has signed a three-and-a-half-year contract with the Hammers.

    Afolayan said: "It's a dream come true. I've worked hard to get here and I'm grateful for the opportunity.

    "Now the opportunity has come to join a Premier League club and West Ham is one which has always given youngsters opportunities to come through, as we have seen this season."

  12. Exeter teenager becomes Fifa champion

    Donovan “DhTekKz” Hunt

    As someone who plays Fifa, this is brilliant.

    A 16-year-old from Exeter has beaten the best Fifa players in the world to claim the Global Series title in Barcelona.

    Donovan “DhTekKz” Hunt was crowned the winner after three days of competition, winning 9-3 on aggregate in the Grand Final.

  13. Caldwell applies for Scotland job

    Gary Caldwell

    Gary Caldwell has applied to become Scotland manager and has spoken with Scottish FA chief executive Stewart Regan.

    The former Scotland defender, who has managed Wigan and Chesterfield, says he can succeed in the role.

    "If I didn't believe I could make an impact then I wouldn't put myself forward," he told BBC Scotland.

    "I don't think that having vast experience is going to give you that much of a difference."

  14. West Ham suspend transfers director

    West Ham

    West Ham have suspended director of player recruitment Tony Henry over claims he said the club would not sign any more African players.

    The Daily Mail reported that Henry said African players "cause mayhem" when they are not in the team.

    In a statement, West Ham said they will not tolerate any type of discrimination and have "therefore, acted swiftly due to the serious nature of these claims".

    Henry has been suspended pending "a full and thorough investigation".

  15. Walcott 'repaying' Everton

    Theo Walcott

    Manager Sam Allardyce said new signing Theo Walcott had begun to repay Everton after he scored twice in a 2-1 Premier League win over Leicester.

    Walcott, making his second appearance since joining for £20m from Arsenal, helped the hosts to their first victory in eight games in all competitions.

    The England international opened the scoring by tapping in Gylfi Sigurdsson's pass after Ben Chilwell lost possession in his own penalty area.

    Walcott's second came shortly before half-time, volleying in from close range at the back post after Michael Keane headed on Wayne Rooney's lofted pass.

    Jamie Vardy netted a penalty for the visitors.

    Read the full report

  16. Conte admits Chelsea 'struggled' on 'bad day'

    Chelsea

    Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admits his side "struggled a lot" in their 3-0 Premier League defeat to Bournemouth on a "bad day" at Stamford Bridge.

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    Video caption: Conte admits Chelsea 'struggled' on 'bad day'
  17. Bournemouth's 'best' win

    Eddie Howe

    Bournemouth's three-goal victory at defending champions Chelsea was their "best result" in the Premier League, says manager Eddie Howe.

    Second-half goals from Callum Wilson, Junior Stanislas and Nathan Ake secured the Cherries' first away win in seven league matches as Chelsea suffered their joint-heaviest loss of the season.

    This is Bournemouth's third top-flight campaign - they beat Chelsea and Manchester United in 2015-16, Liverpool and Leicester in 2016-17 and Arsenal earlier this month.

    Read the full report

  18. Mourinho rues 'ridiculous' early goal

    Manchester United

    Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen's goal after just 11 seconds "totally broke" his players' confidence after they were beaten 2-0 by Tottenham at Wembley.

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    Video caption: Mourinho rues 'ridiculous' early goal
  19. Pochettino pleased by 'aggressive' Spurs

    Tottenham

    Manager Mauricio Pochettino praised Tottenham's "aggressive" opening as Christian Eriksen's goal after just 11 seconds helped them to a deserved win over Manchester United at Wembley.

    The Dane latched on to flicks from Harry Kane and Dele Alli to side-foot home the joint-third fastest goal scored in the Premier League.

    "You can win a game if you're ready to fight," said Pochettino. "It was massive to be up early in the game."

    United responded well - with Jesse Lingard almost levelling - only for Phil Jones to turn Kieran Trippier's cross into his own net to double Spurs' lead.