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Seven deadline deals that should have happened (1)

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Has the transfer window closed? Oh right, well that was all a bit of an anti-climax. That is, of course, unless you are a fan of Fulham or Crystal Palace, with both clubs having done remarkably well.

The final day of the winter period appeared all set to be a thriller with a number of potential high-profile deals in the offing, as the likes of Manchester United, Liverpool and Arsenal all chased signings of note.

But, alas, hardly anything of intrigue transpired as Arsenal completed only the loan signing of Kim Kallstrom, while Manchester United failed to add to the acquisition of Juan Mata and Liverpool ended entirely empty-handed.

But what deals should have been concluded on deadline day? Here are seven...

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