Neither Swansea or Crystal Palace have confirmed that Jordan Ayew has moved to the Eagles yet but brother Andre is happy to oblige...
- Everton sign £27.2m defender Mina from Barcelona; Bernard & Gomes also join
- Fulham sign £22.3m midfielder Anguissa; also complete deals for Rico (Sevilla), Bryan (Bristol City), Vietto & Fosu-Mensah (Man Utd)
- Southampton sign Ings on loan from Liverpool
- Leicester sign Benkovic from Dinamo Zagreb and agree deal for Soyuncu from Freiburg
- Chelsea sign Kovacic on loan from Real Madrid, Courtois moves the other way
- Window shut at 17:00 BST for Premier League and EFL clubs
- Window in Scotland shuts on 31 August
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Ok I've died and gone to heaven.
Not only do we hold on to Harry Maguire but after deadline passes we confirm the purchase of Caglar Soyuncu followed by Jamie Vardy signing a new four-year contract.
No 14-second problems this window. If a certain lager company did transfer windows...
Chris Forryan, Leicester till I Die
Burnley's European tour continues!
They have landed in Istanbul ahead of another crucial Europa League third round qualifying match.
The Clarets needed extra-time to overcome Aberdeen in the second round so will be hoping for a smoother ride in Turkey.
You can follow that match live here. Joe Hart starts.
There's also updates from Rangers' match with NK Maribor and Hibernian's clash against Molde. Those matches will also be covered by BBC Radio Scotland.
A mixed day for Cardiff today, we managed to strengthen centre midfield by adding two creative players with good business being done bringing in Arter and Camasara. However, we could have done with an experienced striker with Premier League experience to work with Zohore and Madine.
Overall I'm pleased with the work Warnock and the club have done in the transfer market during this window. Added quality to the squad with players brought in who are also hungry and will slot into the team with little disruption, and not paying over inflated prices and wages similar to our last venture at this level.
Look forward to the season ahead and watching Cardiff in the Premier League
Vince Alm, Cardiff City supporters club
From a sentimental point of view, losing Harry Arter to Cardiff is disappointing as he has played a big part in our recent rise.
However, he has fallen out of favour and to further his career, a move away from Dean Court is possibly best for all concerned.
It appears he turned a move down to Watford before settling on Cardiff.
As far as incomings are concerned, Eddie Howe was keen on another defender and striker, but rumours linking Arsenal and England man Danny Welbeck with a move to Dorset were wide of the mark and a deal for Brentford's highly rated centre-back Chris Mepham hasn't materialised either.
Gareth Davies, freelance journalist and "Frozen in Time' author for Bournemouth's match day programme.
A done deal for Rafa Benitez as Newcastle land Federico Fernandez on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee and a massive Sports Direct mug.
And another late move - Wigan have signed Josh Windass from Rangers. The former Accrington man returns to the north west of England.
Harry Arter moves to Cardiff on loan.
It's not often you praise a football agent but I think Jamie Vardy's deserves this one - Vardy has just been handed a new four-year deal which ties him to the Foxes until he's 35!
Vardy says: "Everybody knows how I feel about playing for this football club and it’s a great feeling to know that I can look forward to another four years as a Leicester City player.
“The journey that me, the team and the club has been on over the past few years has been incredible. Going into the new season, it’s an exciting time for Leicester City and I’m delighted to be a part of it.”
A good question.
But there are some outstanding moves still to be confirmed/called off.
Fulham could still sign Andre-Frank Anguissa and Timothy Fosu-Mensah. Southampton are trying to sign Danny Ings.
Harry Arter is set to join Cardiff, Jordan Ayew is meant to be going to Palace and Federico Fernandez was supposedly joining Newcastle.
I'm sure there are more loose ends being tied up too.
- SMS Message: Superb window for Leicester - Mahrez saga finally sorted, defence has been an issue for the last few seasons and we have got in 3 centre backs and a right back, in addition to Maddison at number 10. All of this and we have kept Maguire. Pint on him scoring at old Trafford tomorrow? from Anon
It was reported hours ago that Harry Arter was on his way to Cardiff. Maybe he didn't have the right change to cross the bridge?
- SMS Message: I was worried that Mike Ashley would have allowed Rafa to address some of our glaring problems. Fortunately, that hasn't happened. All the club's around us have spent big. Expect Newcastle to be in the bottom three and Rafa to be at a club that will back him by Christmas. from Jon
Nikhil: Did Everton simply replace their starting 11 this window?
Paul: West Ham have bought virtually a whole new team! They cannot all play?
The window has been closed for over an hour but we are still waiting on a couple of expected moves. Mainly at Fulham...
And more lower league news. Derby have signed attacking Scunthorpe player Duane Holmes, with the Iron replacing him with winger Ryan Colclough from Wigan.
Ross B: Manchester United desperately needed a centre back. They had 12 weeks and didn't managed to sign one. To say I am bitterly disappointed would be an understatement.
Conchur: One of THE worst transfer windows for United. On the plus side at least DeGea is likely to stay, unless Everton buy him too.
Jason Shackell - rememember him Derby and Norwich fans? - has signed for Lincoln.
Shrewsbury Town have signed striker Lee Angol for an undisclosed fee from League Two Mansfield – with just minutes to go before the transfer window shut.
Angol – who has just turned 24 – scored nine goals in 16 starts for Mansfield last season. He's previously played in League One with Peterborough.
“Once I knew this opportunity could happen I was hoping it could get over the line,” he said, “because I’ve seen what Shrewsbury achieved last season.
“They got to the (League One) play-off final, so you can see which direction this club’s heading in, and I want to be a part of it.”
Angol’s signed a two-year deal – with an option for a third.
Leicester confirm that an agreement has been reached with SC Freiburg for the transfer of defender Caglar Soyuncu.
That's two defenders in today - but none out, crucially.