Primary was done and you should be fine. I would let sit for a while before transfer and crash cool to clear it up. My lagers are in primary for 28 days minimum. Many will say that is too long but I don't care what they say Im in no rush. I do 10 days @ 51 degrees check gravity, if @ 75% do D-rest or check again every 24-48 hours until 75%, D-rest for 24-48 hours, check gravity, once at terminal gravity I start a 36 hour cold crash to 34 degrees. Hold temp for up to 1 week and transfer to keg. When I brew the same beer as I have in the past I will use previous fermentation notes to determine when it should be at 75%, terminal and generally do not need to check gravity as often. On some lagers I skip the d-rest all together and @ 28 days check for terminal gravity cold crash and transfer.