Manchester United have completed the signing of Marouane Fellaini from Everton.
The deal was pushed through in the final minutes of the transfer window and reunites United manager David Moyes with a player he knows well from his time at Goodison Park.
United have paid £27.5million to secure the services of the highly-rated Belgium international.
Moyes was unsure about whether United would be forced to pay the sum stated in the clause, which is why he allowed it to lapse.
As it turned out, with other targets disappearing over the course of the window, United's need became more desperate.
And with Everton chairman Bill Kenwright playing hardball after becoming annoyed at what he deemed to be a ridiculously low joint bid of £28million for Fellaini and Leighton Baines, which was described by Everton as "insulting and derisory", Moyes ended up paying £4million more.