Leeds United are right amongst the clubs who were productive in the transfer window.
Following their promotion to the English top-flight, Leeds have splurged more than £100m for the transfers, an unprecedented one yet it showed their ambition.
And their shrewd signings are proving to be effective as the Elland Road club is making huge waves in the Premier League this season.
Leeds signed Helder Costa from Wolves permanently for 15m pounds following an impressive loan stint, helping the Whites win the Championship.
Meslier was also signed permanently from Lorient after a short loan spell. The young French goalkeeper has been impressive in the Premier League this season.
Manchester City have lent Jack Harrison to Leeds on loan for the third consecutive season.
The 18-year-old joined Leeds United on a four-year deal from Wigan Athletic.
Leeds added Drameh to the reserves squad from Fulham for a reported fee of 1m pound.
Sam Greenwood moved to Elland Road from Arsenal. The youngster has been prolific for Leeds U-23 side so far this season.
Leeds signed Rodrigo from Valencia for a fee reported to be 27m pounds, making him the club’s expensive signing yet.
Robin Koch marked the first of many major signings for Leeds in the summer transfer window. The Whites signed the German centre-back from Freiburg for 13m pounds.
Leeds looked up to the La Liga market for a central defender, signing Diego Llorente from Real Sociedad. The ex-Real Madrid star has cost Leeds 18m pounds.
The Dutch teenager signed for Leeds from Feyenoord on a three-year deal.
Leeds have loaned Edmondson to Scottish club Aberdeen until the end of the season.
The Bulgarian forward has joined Segunda Division club Real Union on a season-long loan.
Jordan Stevens has joined Swindon on loan until the end of the 2020/21 season.
The Northern Irish youngster has been loaned to Oldham Athletic for the 2020/21 season.
Hosannah has been loaned to Bradford City until the end of this season.