#7 Ben Chilwell (Leicester City to Chelsea) - £45m
Chelsea had made signing a top-quality left-back their priority this transfer window and finally settled on Ben Chilwell who had progressed in leaps and bounds at Leicester City to become one of the best in the business in the EPL.
His brilliant debut performance tells us that Frank Lampard seems to have made the right choice.
#6 Timo Werner (RB Leipzig to Chelsea) - £48m
Timo Werner was long thought to be heading to Liverpool. But Chelsea, the clear winners in this unique transfer window, made another great signing when they managed to land the ace Leipzig forward by activating his release clause.
Werner netted 95 times for the German club and has already shown his class at Chelsea despite only finding the net once till now.
#5 Miralem Pjanic (Juventus to Barcelona) - £54m
This is an odd cookie, considering that Miralem Pjanic was signed long before Ronald Koeman arrived at a crisis-ridden Barcelona to shape the team in his own way.
Would he have gone for Pjanic had it been his call? No one may know the answer to that.
Pjanic is a great midfielder but on the wrong side of 30. Only time will tell what kind of impact he will have at Camp Nou.Published 07 Oct 2020, 21:42 IST