Van Gaal did good business early in the summer, but the window closed amid confusion over De Gea and an unheard of teenager
Mauricio Pochettino will be pleased with the players he brought in, provided Harry Kane can find his scoring boots
The Blues have not been as efficient as they were last summer, and it shows, despite some big-name arrivals
The Gunners may have been the only big team in Europe not to sign an outfield player, but manager is happy with Cech
Former Spurs boss says Reds will not finish in the top five and are lucky to have any points so far this season
Goalkeeping transfer fiasco leaves Real Madrid in a weaker position than Man United, who still have their prize asset
Former players join criticism of Arsene Wenger as Gunners fail to land a single outfield player in the transfer window
Arsenal didn't contribute much but Premier League outlay in the transfer window was £870m, taking the total for 2015 past £1bn
The teenager signed for £36m from Monaco has been likened to Arsenal legend Thierry Henry, but also has a reputation for being idle
Who has gone where? The biggest deals involving top Premier League and European clubs
Many players-turned-pundits just want to talk about their life story and do not back up their opinions, claims Gunners boss
Premier League game of the week: can misfiring Gunners kick-start their season at St James' Park?
Gunners must face Bayern Munich as unlucky Man City are drawn in the 'Group of Death'
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United could be in for some nasty surprises in the Champions League draw
Striker ends barren run with a hat-trick to send United into Champions League, but Van Gaal uninterested in the draw
Aaron Ramsey adds to calls for video technology after disallowed Arsenal goal, but would it have helped?
First north London showdown comes next month and Aston Villa are drawn against Birmingham
Petr Cech shows his worth with fine display as Gunners rue Ramsey goal that was wrongly ruled out for offside
Defending champions finally get a win under their belt, but victory cannot hide the cracks in the Blues defence as Terry sees red
Man United vice-chairman back in the spotlight after Pedro deal, despite big-name signings