The 2020 summer transfer window has finally closed.
It's been a strange summer, with the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic being felt across Europe.
Some clubs though have been splashing the cash. Chelsea, we're looking at you.
Frank Lampard's window was staggering, as the Blues spent over £220m to refresh his team.
But Chelsea aren't the only club that have shocked us with their business. London rivals Arsenal completed an unlikely deadline day deal for Thomas Partey.
Be honest, you didn't see that one coming, did you?
Talking of transfers you didn't see coming, France Football have created an XI full of those players.
Let's check it out.
GK: Runar Alex Runarsson | Dijon to Arsenal
Do we need to remind you of the tweets he sent in 2011? '[Arsene] Wenger really is the dumbest man on this planet' - to now call him an Arsenal player is quite strange.
LB: Achraf Hakimi | Real Madrid to Inter Milan
After two seasons on-loan at Borussia Dortmund, many expected Hakimi to break into Real Madrid's XI this term. But instead, he's been shipped off to Milan.
CB: Wesley Fofana | Saint-Etienne to Leicester
France Football claims the transfer fee is the most surprising thing about this deal, with the Foxes reportedly paying €35m (+€5m in bonuses) for a 19-year-old.
CB: Diego Godin | Inter Milan to Cagliari
Godin has been one of the best defenders in Europe for a decade now. Despite being 34, France Football believes he could have joined a bigger club than Cagliari this summer.
RB: Bouna Sarr | Marseille to Bayern Munich
This has been called the most 'unpredictable' move of the window. 28-year-old Sarr, often mocked during his time at Marseille, will now play for the European champions Bayern Munich.
CM: Allan | Napoli to Everton
The dramatic drop in Allan's worth is what gives him a place in this XI. He arrived at Napoli last summer for €60m but has been moved on for just €25m 12 months later. Bargain.
CM: Blaise Matuidi | Juventus to Inter Miami
France Football claims the 'tireless' Matuidi (33) would still have a few years left at top European clubs. That's why his decision to go and play in the MLS is so surprising.
CM: Baptiste Santamaria | Angers to Freiburg
Santamaria's departure from Angers was inevitable, but France Football are shocked he hasn't moved to a bigger club than Freiburg. Villarreal were interested at one stage but pulled the deal.
FW: Luis Suarez | Barcelona to Atletico Madrid
'A transfer absolutely no one saw coming' according to France Football. Atletico managed to negotiate a £6m deal to strengthen from a direct rival. Madness.
FW: Gonzalo Higuain | Juventus to Inter Miami
Like Matuidi, it's a shock to see Higuain move to Miami. His decision to leave Europe appears to signal that he's finished competing at the top.
FW: Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting | PSG to Bayern Munich
Choupo-Moting really does have the best agent in football, doesn't he? The forward, without a club after leaving PSG, has ended up signing for the European champions.
It certainly was a bit of a strange summer, wasn't it?
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