IT was an incredible deadline day in England – and Manchester City didn't buy anyone.
Neither did Man United or Arsenal but Chelsea and Liverpool more than made up for it by splashing some serious cash.
In all about £200million exchanged hands with Fernando Torres the stellar capture at £50m from Liverpool to Chelsea.
But the Anfield men wasted no time in lining up his replacement as they flew in £30m reinforcement Andy Carroll from Newcastle.
William Hill are offering 7-1 both strikers net on their debuts for their new clubs.
Carroll has scored 11 this season and Hills go 11-4 he manages to bag at least another eight before the end of the season and 1-1 he scores five or fewer goals for his new club.
Torres is 6-5 to score six or less goals for Chelsea for the remainder of this season and 11-4 to score 11 or more.
William Hill go 5-6 Torres scores a quicker goal for Chelsea than Carroll does for Liverpool while Carroll is the same price to score a faster goal than Torres.
Torres is 6-4 to net against his former side on Sunday and Carroll is 6-4 to bag a goal against Newcastle on April 30.
He’s 8-13 to outscore new Liverpool signing Luis Suarez who is 19-10 to outshine the Spaniard.
Carroll is 5-6 to score more than five league goals and the same price to score under six.
Newcastle were unable to line up a replacement before the window shut and are now 1-2 to be relegated to the Championship.