Another transfer deadline ash come and gone and as a Liverpool fan, you'd have wanted more signings in.

But for the deadline itself, the standout singing for me is the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang capture at Arsenal, though there was talk of him rejoining his old boss Jürgen Klopp at Anfield as they were interested in him early on.

I think that deal to Arsenal stands out for me and one I'd have like to have seen is Riyad Mahrez yo Manchester City because he's an excellent footballer and it would be have been nice to see how he'd fit in.

Auba has ended up at Arsenal with his old Borussia Dortmund mate Henrikh Mkhitaryan and while that isn't too imaginative of Sven Mislintat – their new head of recruitment who signed both players for Dortmund – it allows for continuity, bringing in players who know and understand each other. They're friends and know each other well.

You can look at that two ways – freshen it up with new blood or get something that's tried and test in the past.

In terms of having a bad deadline day or not doing anything, I saw that Bournemouth had no incomings or outgoings which is a strange one. I think West Brom have done well with getting Daniel Sturridge who is a goalscorer, if he stays fit.

City seem to have brought in another highly-rated player at £50-60 million, which is short change for them, even with Pep Guardiola having a little moan that he's not spent enough.

West Brom have also done well in keeping hold of Jonny Evans, with both City and Arsenal interested, with the latter reportedly offering £12m. He can go for £3m in the summer if they're relegated which is why the low bids were testing the water. City could have bargain there too as he's got loads of experience.

Someone will get a bargain in the summer.

I thought Arsenal would have gone for him as while they're great going forward, they need new defenders. But it doesn't seem Wenger is too worried about defending while fitting all of those players in may prove to be a bit of a headache for him.