Everton have signed Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, Wigan midfielder James McCarthy and Manchester City's England international midfielder Gareth Barry.
Belgium international Lukaku, 20, and Barry, 32, join on season-long loans.
Everton have stated that McCarthy, 22, has signed for £13m, but Wigan say the fee is in the region of £15m.
The Toffees have also confirmed the
departure of Marouane Fellaini
to Manchester United for £27.5m and
to West Brom.
McCarthy has signed for Everton from Wigan on what the Toffees describe as a "long-term" deal
signed for Chelsea from Anderlecht
in August 2011 for a reported £20m, spent last season
on loan at West Brom,
where he scored 17 Premier League goals.
He has appeared as a substitute twice for Chelsea in the Premier League this season and missed the
decisive penalty in the Blues' Super Cup defeat by Bayern Munich.
The Baggies were hoping to bring Lukaku back to The Hawthorns but Everton beat them to his signature to offset the departure of Anichebe to West Brom.
McCarthy, who has played 16 times for the Republic of Ireland and was part of Wigan's FA Cup-winning side last season, was brought in to fill the void left by Fellaini's departure.
Everton have not revealed the length of his contract, describing it as a "long-term deal", while his former club Hamilton Academical have also received a substantial sell-on fee from Wigan.
England international Barry signs after making 132 Premier League appearances for Manchester City.
The former Aston Villa man, who helped City to FA Cup and Premier League successes, is in the last year of a five-year deal with the Manchester side.