Summer 2019 transfer window: Chelsea Loan Army decimated, but not disbanded

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The 2019 summer transfer season is now officially over for practically all of Europe, after the windows “slammed” shut on September 2 — few stragglers aside, most notably Portugal with September 22 — which means that Silly Season takes a well-earned break until January Christmas Halloween next week because Silly Season Never Sleeps™.
For Chelsea, incoming business had been over well before of course, with the Premier League window closing on August 8. But we had some outgoing moves to make still, especially in terms of adding to the Loan Army, which clocks in at under 30 for the first time in recent memory (5-6 years?).
There were big moves elsewhere in Europe in the last few weeks, including Philippe Coutinho joining Bayern Munich on loan from Barcelona, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sánchez joining Antonio Conte at Inter Milan, Chelsea-killer Chicharito leaving the Premier League for Sevilla, and Mauro Icardi and Keylor Navas both ending up at PSG. Meanwhile, down in League One, Bolton Wanderers signed a whopping nine (9!) players on deadline day, including former Chelsea trainee Liam Bridcutt, to try to improve their miserable state. And that’s just the tip of the usual massive transfer-berg. (Not to

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