While the Whites didn't sign any new stars, they did manage to keep hold of their existing ones, despite reported interest in both Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha.
Addressing West Ham's links with a £50m swoop for Phillips, talkSPORT presenter Simon Jordan took a pop at the Hammers' owners, and contended: “I don’t believe that there’s any real interest [in Phillips].
“Listen, first of all, the player’s got two-and-a-half years left on his contract.
“This is a standard way of operating that (David) Sullivan and (David) Gold have. Who in god’s name told them that Kalvin Phillips is ready to go to West Ham and wants to go to West Ham, and on what basis would they have gone in on a £50 million player who was never going to go there in the first place?
“It looks good on paper. We can all bid for players and make sure the media are aware of our ambitions without actually being able to conclude them.”
Meanwhile, Leeds are gearing up for their next Premier League clash, with an away clash to Aston Villa set to take place next Wednesday. A win for the Whites could see them move up to 13th in the table, as they look to continue their push away from the relegation zone.
Take a look at all the latest stories from the Premier League, as the reaction to yesterday's enthralling transfer deadline day continues
1. Botman on failed Magpies move
Newcastle United transfer target Sven Botman has revealed he "thought it would be fun" to be part of the club's "great project", after they failed to get a deal over the line. Lille refused to budge on their valuation of the gifted youngster. (Voetbal International) Photo: VINCENT JANNINK
2. Zagreb boss' delight at keeping key man
Dinamo Zagreb coach Zeljko Kopic has revealed his delight at holding on to key man Mislav Orsic, after Burnley failed in their attempts to seal an £8m deal. His boss described him as a "special player" and branded him a "symbol of Dynamo" (HITC) Photo: JONATHAN NACKSTRAND
3. Hornets miss out on Henderson
Manchester United and England goalkeeper Dean Henderson is believed to have missed out on a late loan move to Watford. The Red Devils also refused to let Jesse Lingard go, despite keen interest from Newcastle and West Ham. (Evening Standard) Photo: Clive Brunskill
4. Hammers missed out on Ramsey
The likes of West Ham, Wolves and Aston Villa were given the opportunity to sign Juventus' Aaron Ramsey, before the player opted to join Rangers. The Wales international could also have potentially rejoined his former club Arsenal. (JOE) Photo: Dean Mouhtaropoulos
5. Enciso turns down Seagulls
Libertad wonderkid Julio Enciso is said to have turned down a move to Brighton due to tax reasons. He came close to joining the Seagulls for £8m on deadline day, but the player and his entourage reportedly got cold feet due to financial aspect of the move. (Sport Witness) Photo: DOUGLAS MAGNO
6. Barca bag Aubameyang
Barcelona sealed a late deadline day loan move for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The Gabon international will be looking to revive his career in La Liga, after falling out of favour with the Gunners due to off the field issues. (Club website) Photo: Naomi Baker