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Premier League clubs spent £1.24 billion across the elongated window in an attempt to improve their squad.
But beneath the huge sums of cash being traded across Europe are players currently without a contract.
Former England internationals Jack Wilshere and Danny Welbeck left West Ham United and Watford respectively on Tuesday, while Daniel Sturridge has been on the sidelines for months.
Premier League cult hero Hatem Ben Arfa left Real Valladolid at the end of the season and Mario Gotze, who scored the winning goal in the 2014 World Cup Final, did not renew with Borussia Dortmund and has been linked with PSV Eindhoven.
Check out the full list courtesy of @GoalscorerC on Twitter below.
Jack Wilshere (England, last played for West Ham United)
Danny Welbeck (England, last played for Watford)
Daniel Sturridge (England, last played for Trabzonspor)
Nathaniel Clyne (England, last played for Liverpool)
Jon Flanagan (England, last played for Rangers)
Mario Gotze (Germany, last played for Borussia Dortmund)
Hatem Ben Arfa (France, last played for Real Valladolid)
Samir Nasri (France, last played for Anderlecht)
Gael Clichy (France, last played for Istanbul Basaksehir)
Yohan Cabaye (France, last played for Saint-Etienne)
Mario Mandzukic (Croatia, last played for Al-Duhail)
Alexandre Pato (Brazil, last played for Sau Paulo)
Ezequiel Garay (Argentina, last played for Valencia)
Kwadwo Asamoah (Ghana, last played for Inter Milan)
Fabio Borini (Italy, last played for Hellas Verona)
Shinji Kagawa (Japan, last played for Real Zaragoza)
Seydou Doumbia (Ivory Coast, last played for Sion)
Giannelli Imbula (Congo DR, last played for Sochi)
Alen Halilovic (Croatia, last played for AC Milan)
There is a lot of title winning experience in that list.
Lots of the players listed are nearer the end of their careers but have still played at a decent level in recent years.
The youngest player on the list is Halilovic, who is 24-years-old and had spells at European giants Barcelona and AC Milan.
Alen Halilović, at 24, is the youngest player on this list. He's also the third youngest CL player ever.
He signed for Barcelona in 2014 before moving to Hamburg then Milan, but has struggled to make an impact at any of those sides or in several loan spells. pic.twitter.com/jVRaBxp3Lf
- GoalScorer Challenge (@GoalscorerC) October 6, 2020
Do you think any of these players would do the business at your club?
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