The English transfer window slammed shut last Thursday, and Southampton wrapped up a last-minute deal for Kevin Danso. 

After supporters had clamoured for the arrival of a new central defender, he walked through the door at the 11th hour on a season-long loan deal from FC Augsburg. 

The close of the window meant that no clubs in England’s leading divisions would be able to sign the players who Southampton had made available for transfer this summer, rendering the chances of departures for the likes of Fraser Forster and Alex McCarthy as extremely slim. 

However, the European window remains open, and as such, Saints still have a good chance of offloading those who have been deemed surplus to requirements by Ralph Hasenhuttl. 

Speculation has continued in the past week, and it seems there is still a good chance that some of our fringe players will exit for a move abroad. 

So, just how likely is it that Saints will be able to rid themselves of their expensive flops before the window closes across the continent? I have rated our chances.