The European transfer market ended on Monday, September 2 with several high profile names including Eden Hazard and Antoine Griezmann making the headlines.
FootballMadeInGhana.com brings you a comprehensive list of all Ghanaian players who switched camps during this summer window.
Celta Vigo coughed €5M to sign Black Stars defender Joseph Aidoo who helped Genk to win the Belgian league title last season.
Black Meteors captain Yaw Yeboah also joined the Sky Blues on loan with an option to buy from CD Numancia.
Raphael Dwamena secured a season-long loan move to Zaragoza from UD Levante.
Spanish Segunda B side Deportivo Linares captured experience goalkeeper Razak Brimah on a free transfer.
While striker Kwabena Owusu joined Córdoba CF on loan from CD Leganés.
Ghanaian defender Kingsley Fobi moved to third-tier side CD Badajoz on a long-loan from English Premier League side Watford.
Medeama defender Gideon Acquah also completed a loan transfer to UD Montijo.
On transfer deadline day, Chelsea defender Baba Rahman sealed a shock loan move to newly-promoted Real Mallorca.
Crystal Palace splashed out a fee thought to be around £2.5m to secure the services of Jordan Ayew on a permanent transfer from Swansea following his loan stint with the club last season.
Southampton signed Kevin Danso from FC Augsburg on a season-long loan, with an option to buy.
Albert Adomah joined Championship side Nottingham Forest on a two-year-deal after the winger was released by Aston Villa following their promotion to the Premier League.
Ghana skipper Andre Ayew returned to his parent club Swansea City following his loan spell at Fenerbahçe last season.
Ghanaian quartet Kassim Nuhu, Kelvin Ofori, Bernard Tekpetey and Nana Ampomah joined Bundesliga club Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Nuhu transferred on a season long loan from rivals TSG Hoffenheim
Kevin Ofori penned a three year deal from Right to Dream Academy.
Bernard Tekpetey joined Düsseldorf on a two-year loan deal from Schalke 04. The Flingeraner, however, can exercise their option to buy him outright for €2.5m at the end of his loan stint.
Nana Ampomah also switched camp from Belgian outfit Waasland-Beveren on a three-year deal.
A window that didn’t feature Kevin Prince Boateng would have been considered a dull one. After his high profile loan transfer to Barcelona in January, The ultimate journey man was on the move again. This time joining Fiorentina from Sassuolo on a permanent deal. He signed a two-year for a reported €1m fee.
Udinese Midfielder Emmanuel Agyeman-Badu moved to Italian serie B side Hellas Verona on loan with an option to buy.
WAFA prodigy Jamal Haruna completed a four-year move to French giant Girondis de Bordeaux.
Newly-promoted Gaziantep FK Patrick captured Ghanaian trio Patrick Twumasi, Aziz Tetteh and Rahman Chibsah.
Twumasi joined the Super Lig side on a season-long loan deal from Spanish side Deportivo Alaves.
Tetteh switched from Russian giants Dynamo Moscow on a three year deal.
While Chibsah penned a two-year deal contract with the Reds from Italian Club Frosinone.
Elsewhere, Ghana midfielder Isaac Sackey completed a season long loan move to Denizlispor.
Former Hearts of Oak marksman Mahatma Otoo rejoined Turkish second tier side Bal?kesirspor Kulübü.
Ghana U23 defender Gideon Mensah left Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg for Zulte Waregem on a season-long loan.
Winger Thomas Agyepong made a loan move from English champions Manchester City to Waasland-Beveren. Beveren have however retained an option sign him permanently after his stint.
Striker Ahmed Said joined KSC Lokeren on a three-year contract from Portuguese outfit Rio Ave.
Defender Isaac Donkor completed a transfer deadline day switch from Romanian side Universitatea Craiova to Sturm Graz.
Czech top-flight side FK Jablonec signed youngster Torfiq Ali Abubakar on a three-year deal following a successful trial.
Seth Amoateng completed a loan move to Croatian second tier side NK Rudes from second tier side Accra Lions.
Ghana youth striker Zuberu Sharani completes a season-long loan deal from Ghana Premier League side, Dreams FC to FC DAC 1904.
DC United teenager Ernest Boateng also signed four years with DAC on deadline day.
Asante Kotoko striker Abdul Fatau Safiu joined Trelleborgs FF on loan with an option to extend for two additional years.
Youngster Jeremie Frimpong inked a four year deal with Celtic from Manchester City
Anderlecht shipped out Dauda Mohammed again on loan to Danish side Esbjerg.
Black Satellites captain Emmanuel Toku transferred to Danish second tier side Fremad Amagar.
Solomon Sarfo Taylor “Aguero” joined Vendsyssel FF from Karela United after his splendid outing in the NC Special Competition.
Former Black Stars midfielder Anthony Annan made a free agent move to Finnish Premier League side Fc Inter Turk
Free agent Frederick Opoku Yamoah sealed a two-year deal to KF Bylis.
Ernest Asante moved to Saudi Arabian top-flight side Al-Hazem on a bumper two-year contract. The diminutive winger joined the club from United Arab Emirates outfit Al Jazira.
Ghanaian sensation Samuel Owusu completes a surprise transfer to Al-Fayha FC on a three-year deal after ending his spell at Serbian side ?ukari?ki.
Former Aduana Stars defender Stephen Anokye Badu sealed a one year move to Kuwaiti Premier league side Al Tadhamon Sporting Club
Gershon Koffie joined Israeli club Hapoel kfar Saba on a one year deal with an option to extend for an additional year.