It was a busy deadline day for Torino as they signed Roberto Soriano and Simone Zaza as well as defender Koffi Djidji.
Djidji has signed from French club Nantes and joins on an initial loan deal that could be made permanent should he impress. Former Sampdoria midfielder Soriano has signed from Villarreal on another loan, with an option to make permanent for €14m.
Striker Simone Zaza appeared to be on his way to Sampdoria, before Torino's last minute bid and the former Juventus striker decided to return to Turin and sign for the Granata on loan from Valencia with an obligation to make permanent in the summer.
Earlier this week, Toro had sealed the loan signing of versatile full back Ola Aina from Chelsea who spent the previous season on loan at Hull City.
There have also been a number of departures this week, with Mirko Valdifiori joining SPAL on a permanent basis, and Kevin Bonifazi re-joining the same side of loan. Midfielders Joel Obi and Afriyie Acquah also left the club, with Obi joining Chievo and Acquah joining Empoli.