With deadline day gone for another six months, everyone in the Premier League can now relax and turn their attention back to the football, nearly.

Though the English window is now closed, there is still a chance of some big-name departures with the Spanish window closing at midnight tonight. With that in mind, who could still be on the move before the end of the day?

Chelsea striker Diego Costa is arguably the biggest problem to solve. The AWOL Spaniard has made no secret of his desire to move back to former club Atletico Madrid, however, given that the Blues lost out on a deal for Fernando Llorente and that the plan to loan Costa to Everton is no longer possible, Antonio Conte may have to wait until January to move the striker on. 

Another player whose future is yet to be cleared up is Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho. The forward, currently away on international duty with Brazil, is a top target for Barcelona as they look to spend the money made from the Neymar deal. 

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The final big name who could yet leave the Premier League is Leicester’s Riyad Mahrez. The Algerian winger, another target for Barcelona, was dismissed from his international camp on deadline day in order to finalise a move, however, noting came about and his whereabouts are unknown. 

Finally, should Barcelona not move for either Coutinho or Mahrez, there is a chance they could swoop for Arsenal target Thomas Lemar, who snubbed a £92m move to the Emirates on the final day of the window.

Source: https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/spanish-transfer-window-deadline-day-diego-costa-philippe-coutinho-riyad-mahrez-and-the-players-who-a3624541.html