1,175,230,000 - Premier League clubs spent a cumulative £1.1billion during the course of the window to smash last year's total. Hefty deals for Pogba, John Stones and Granit Xhaka contributed to the staggering figure.
13 - Thirteen Premier League clubs broke their respective transfer records. Manchester United (Paul Pogba - £89.3m), Crystal Palace (Christian Benteke - £32m), Everton (Yannick Bolasie - £30m), Leicester (Islam Slimani - £29.7m), West Ham (Andre Ayew - £20.5m), Southampton (Sofiane Boufal - £16m), Swansea (Borja Baston - £15.5m), Bournemouth (Jordon Ibe - £15m), Sunderland (Didier N'Dong - £13.6m), Hull (Ryan Mason - £13m), Watford (Roberto Pereyra - £13m), West Brom (Nacer Chadli - £13m), Burnley (Jeff Hendrick - £10.5m).
20 - An English side last had the world's most expensive player on their books 20 years ago. Alan Shearer's £15m move from Blackburn to Newcastle was a world record transfer in 1996. Pogba's £89.3m return to United broke Real Madrid's previous record for Gareth Bale.
89.3 - As mentioned above, Manchester United's deal to re-sign Pogba was the biggest signing this summer. The 23-year-old joined Jose Mourinho's side on August 9.
47.5 - Manchester City splashed out the biggest fee for an English player this summer when they signed John Stones for £47.5m.
32 - The biggest deal on transfer deadline day was Chelsea's £32m deal for former Stamford Bridge favourite David Luiz.
177 - Manchester City were the Premier League's biggest spenders having splashed out over £177m on new talent.
17 - Hull City were the Premier League's lowest spenders having spent just over £17m on Ryan Mason (£13m), David Marshall (£3m), Will Keane (£1m) and James Weir (undisclosed).
12 - Middlesbrough were the busiest Premier League side as they all made 12 signings.
4 - Manchester United may have been one of the biggest spenders but they brought in the least amount of players.
38 - Chelsea broke their own previous record for players out on loan. Matt Miazga to Vitesse was the 38th player to leave the club on a temporary basis.
27 - Chelsea also hold the record for the most exits this summer as 27 players left the club either on a permanent or temporary basis.
3 - Middlesbrough, Sunderland and West Ham all brought in three players on loan this summer.
170 - The amount of money reportedly spent by Premier League clubs on Wednesday.
34 - the number of deals involving Premier League clubs on Wednesday - 16 arrivals, 12 departures and six players moving within the division.
12:05 - Hull's deal to sign Markus Henriksen from AZ Alkmaar was the last Premier League transfer to go through.
173 - There were 173 Premier League loan deals altogether with Henriksen's move to Hull being the last one to go through.