6) Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool to West Brom)
Despite barely playing for what feels like a couple of years now, Daniel Sturridge on loan could end up being a fine piece of business by West Brom.
The Liverpool striker showed himself to be one of the finest in the Premier League at his peak for the Reds, but has since struggled with injuries and doesn’t look an obvious fit in Jurgen Klopp’s system.
Still, with West Brom battling relegation, they could be massively boosted in their fight for survival if Sturridge can get anywhere near his best form.
5) Theo Walcott (Arsenal to Everton)
He’s made a bright start at Everton, and Theo Walcott could really benefit from this move away from Arsenal.
Things had gone stale for the England winger at the Emirates Stadium, but he now looks fresh and ready to go after spending the first half of this season on the bench.
Walcott scored twice for Everton on just his second appearance last night in a 2-1 win over Leicester City.
4) Olivier Giroud (Arsenal to Chelsea)
A reliable backup capable of the spectacular, it’s hard to fathom why Arsenal would allow Olivier Giroud to join a rival such as Chelsea, but then that’s Arsenal isn’t it?
The France international looks absolutely ideal for what Antonio Conte’s side lack up front after the departure of Diego Costa, with Giroud bringing physicality, experience and quality.
Arsenal will feel justified in replacing him with a superior striker in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, but Giroud will surely only strengthen Chelsea after his deadline day move to Stamford Bridge.