After a summer of frenzied speculation, big-money moves, surprise transfer requests and unsuccessful bids, the transfer window in England finally closes at 23:00 BST on Monday, 2 September.
Transfer Deadline Day could be one of the busiest ever, with the futures of Everton's Marouane Fellaini and Mesut Ozil of Real Madrid yet to be resolved, while both Manchester United and Arsenal are yet to make a major signing.
The BBC will keep you up to date as the breaking news happens.
The BBC Sport website's live transfer deadline day service runs from 07:00 BST, bringing you the latest news, views, speculation and information from our reporters around the country.
We will also be tracking the big moves in Europe and beyond, with reporters covering the ins and outs in Spain's La Liga, Italy's Serie A, Germany's Bundesliga and France's Ligue 1.
We also want your opinions and photographs. Get involved by texting your views on 81111 (UK Only) or by tweeting us at #bbcfootball.
There will be regular transfer news on the BBC's national and regional radio stations up and down the country.
Radio 5 live has a special edition of the Sports Team from 12:15-13:00, with guests Mike Phelan, Peter Reid and Danny Higginbotham.
Radio 5 live will also monitor the final few hours of the transfer window with a special Deadline Day edition of the Monday Night Club, which will be hosted by Mark Chapman.
He will be joined from 19:00-23:00 by a number of top guests, among them former Stoke manager Tony Pulis, ex-Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy and BBC commentator John Motson, to digest the day's events and bring you those last-minute deals.
The BBC's World Service will also be tracking the big deals from across the globe, with reporters in Europe, Africa and South America.
Dan Walker will present a Transfer Deadline Day special edition of Football Focus on BBC One from 22:35.
He will be joined by an expert panel including Tony Pulis and Robbie Savage to round up the day's events.
Dan and our team or reporters will also bring you the latest transfer news throughout the day via the Red Button.
A Deadline Day special will run from 13:00 to 23:15 and feature regular updates from the BBC Sport centre in Salford.
There will be regular transfer news on national and regional television stations across the country as well as BBC World.
The News Channel will broadcast a Transfer Deadline Day edition of Football Focus at 18:30 and will simulcast the 22:35 show on BBC One.
You will be able to follow all the deadline-day deals via the @BBCSport account on Twitter, which now has almost 1.4m followers. Share your views using #bbcfootball hashtag.
You can also download the BBC Sport app to stay on top of the news while you are out and about. More than 2m people already have.