We're sorry, Manchester United fans. It's pretty comprehensive.
Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles could not change the minds of many.
We asked our top sports writers who they reckoned had the worst transfer window out of the current crop of Premier League clubs.
It was a near whitewash.
We approached the subject expecting smatterings of Fulhams, West Broms, or even a rogue Brighton shout.
But no, all we got was United, United United.
Here's all the selections in full - and the reasons why most of our writers believe United had the biggest stinker of a summer...
Jeremy Cross - Manchester United
This might be the only award Manchester United win this season!
Having made it back into the Champions League with an impressive third place finish in the Premier League last season, as well as reaching three cup semi finals, United fans would have hoped club bosses would spend big on new signings to help the side go to that next level, close the gap on their rivals above them and actually land some silverware this time round.
Instead, United have landed veteran forward Edinson Cavani on a free transfer four months after he left Paris Saint Germain, signed Alex Telles from Porto for £15m and Donny van de Beek from Ajax who, despite being a Holland international, is still waiting to make his first league start under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Elsewhere, the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City, Liverpool and even Everton have all made significant signings to strengthen their squads.
It has been a woeful transfer window for United. So bad, in fact, that some supporters must have felt like throwing themselves out of it before it closed last night.
Dave Armitage - Chelsea
Frank Lampard has overseen the purchase of around £250m on new players and will it bring him the title? No.
In fairness to Chelsea, they have had to keep their money in their pockets in the last couple of windows so maybe it was time to go on a spree. But at what cost?
Kai Havertz (£71m), Edouard Mendy (£22m), Timo Werner (£53m), Hakim Ziyech(£33m) and Ben Chilwell (£50m) are all good acquisitions but also come with a massive commitment to wages.
Anything less than the title will be considered coming up short.
Oh yes, and by the way... Willian left to join Arsenal on a free and England player Ross Barkley has joined Aston Villa on a season-long loan.
Something doesn't seem quite right somewhere.
Time will tell but could prove to be a disastrous window.
Harry Pratt - Manchester United
By a country mile. Why on earth Ed Woodward was sitting in the stands on Sunday is unfathomable. As opposed to watching just how bad United can be against a decent Spurs team, he should have been away procuring a world class central defender so conspicuous by its absence.
Perhaps he thought the news about veteran striker Edison Cavani arriving would resolve the angst among the United faithful, who continue to witness their beloved club career from one mess of a transfer window to the next.
Or, that the deadline day capture of Porto’s Brazil left back Alex Telles would have the same masses threatening to break the rule of six as they partied in the streets at the news of a third summer signing.
Well, he is so wrong on every count - and, anyway, it’s pathetic a club of their size and stature, and who still have plenty of money, can leave it so late in the day to do such business.
Lest we forget, this window has been wide open since July 1.
Aaron Flanagan - Burnley
The bubble has to burst at Burnley at some point, right?
Let's be completely frank here: the best player they have signed this summer is Dale Stephens. A bang average Premier League player at best.
Ok, not much has changed, but we all know that you have to adapt to succeed in the Premier League. They were not far off relegation for a large portion of last season.
Yes, coronavirus means that spending has to be culled, especially for clubs like Burnley, but their squad is uninspiring and Stephens is not the man to add any glamour.
Keeping James Tarkowski is their best bit of business. And it might be what keeps them in the top flight. But all round, they needed to wheel and deal some more.
Aaron Stokes - Manchester United
Jadon Sancho, Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford. That should have been Manchester United's front line for the foreseeable future.
Instead, the ineptitude of Ed Woodward and Matt Judge means one of the biggest club's in the world was left bargain-basement shopping months after finishing third in the Premier League.
Paying £25m for an 18-year-old who has made three appearances at Atalanta and can't arrive until January, before paying £200k-a-week to a 33-year-old injury-prone striker - what is going on at Old Trafford?
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be fuming his hard work last season wasn't rewarded over the summer.
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Joshua Peck - Manchester United
It was clear the Red Devils needed improvements and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer himself said as much at the end of last season.
But, just like in January, United were left scrambling to see if they could get any last-minute deals over the line on Deadline Day.
Too many eggs were put in Jadon Sancho's basket and United seemed to be so hung up on getting that deal done that they didn't bother with any others.
Donny van de Beek is an okay signing but, on early signs, not much more.
And the Red Devils didn't manage to cut down their squad either with Phil Jones and Marcos Rojo among those staying at Old Trafford.
Ollie Salt - Manchester United
While he is a promising talent, it was a surprise to see United make Donny van de Beek one of their first priorities of the summer window given they already have Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba at their disposal.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer clearly needed to sign another centre-back more urgently, having conceded an alarming 11 goals in their first three Premier League outings of the season.
Their failure to do so, while also offloading Chris Smalling to Roma on a permanent basis, should worry Red Devils fans amid Harry Maguire’s shaky form at the back.
It remains to be seen how much Edinson Cavani has left in the tank at 33, while Amad Traore, Facundo Pellistri and Willy Kambala are players for the future.
Alex Telles is arguably United’s best buy of the summer, having chipped in with 13 goals from left-back for Porto last season, yet it is difficult to see them breaking into the top four again this season after what proved a disappointing transfer window overall.