Everton boss Ronald Koeman has no idea how their summer market will conclude next week.
Koeman last week made £45m midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, from Swansea City, the seventh addition to his squad during this window.
He said: “We did good business, and I think it’s normal, it doesn’t always happen that at the start of the Premier League, you already have five, six, seven players in. And if you like to bring more players in, maybe it takes some more time for that.
“OK, anyway, we were really patient in the situation with Gylfi. ‘It’s close, it’s close, it’s still close…’ Of course, it would have been better if it had been done one week ago.
“But finally, we have the agreement and everybody is happy about that. I think it’s normal. But look through the rest of the teams. Everybody’s still looking to sign new players, even Pochettino from Tottenham mentioned three or four players and it’s still two weeks from the end of the transfer window.
“We will see more changes in all of the teams and it still unpredictable what will happen until the end of August in the transfer window.”