PSG the big losers, Inter and Atletico winners in Europe’s summer transfer window

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6:36 AM ETNick AmesESPN.com writer The transfer window for Europe’s major leagues is closed for the summer but who did well? And which clubs failed to make the deals they wanted?WinnersInter MilanWe can take one thing from Inter Milan’s summer transfer strategy: They are deadly serious about ending their decadelong wait for a Scudetto.It was a bold enough move to enlist Antonio Conte, such a success with serial champions Juventus, as manager, but their on-field activity has made a statement too. Romelu Lukaku has his doubters, but the bare fact is that the €80m striker is one of the best, most prolific centre-forwards around. Few centre-backs have shut down Champions League attacks as resolutely as Diego Godin over the past decade, while the exciting midfielders Stefano Sensi and Nicolo Barella should push on after joining from Sassuolo and Cagliari.And then what about Alexis Sanchez? The on-loan forward, who turns 31 in December, was a flop at Manchester United, and his rumbustious, all-action best days seem to be beyond him — but Conte could be the man to get a tune out of him again. It also seems a bonus, on the face of things, that the Mauro Icardi soap opera has rolled out of town and joined Paris Saint-Germain.- Transfer Tracker: All the major deals- Marcotti: Anatomy of a transfer story- Transfer Grades: Rating every big transferAtletico MadridNo Antoine Griezmann? No problem! The manner of their star forward’s €120m departure for Barcelona may have rankled, but in truth Atletico were due a refresh in any case an

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