Last summer's transfer window was a little more subdued than the usual hustle and bustle we've become accustomed to in recent years. Still, there were plenty of comings and goings in the Premier League, with top tier clubs investing in new talent despite the financial uncertainty in the game amid the global pandemic.
Newcastle United made some quality signings, bringing in the likes of lethal striker Callum Wilson and exciting full-back Jamal Lewis to bolster their ranks. Steve Bruce also moved on a number of players to freshen up the squad. Here's a look at how every player to leave St James' Park last summer is getting on so far this season.
5. Rob Elliot - Released
The 34-year-old goalkeeper is still looking for a new club, after being released by Newcastle back in June. Photo: Ian MacNicol
6. Jamie Sterry - South Shields FC - Permanent deal
After being released, Sterry was snapped up by the Northern Premier League outfit. His new club are currently sixth in the league table. Photo: Ian MacNicol
7. Nabil Bentaleb - FC Schalke - End of loan
After a fairly underwhelming half-season loan spell at St James' Park, the Algeria international returned to the Bundesliga outfit. His side have had a nightmare start to the campaign, and are rock bottom with just three points. Photo: Alexander Hassenstein
8. Danny Rose - Spurs - End of loan
He was hotly tipped for deadline day move away from Spurs, but a deal never came to fruition. He's still out in the cold, and hasn't featured for Jose Mourinho's side this season. He'll move on in January, one would imagine. Photo: James Chance