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Live Reporting

Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    With the transfer of Said Benrahma finally confirmed we're going to call it a night there.

    We're still waiting to see if Jack Butland has joined Crystal Palace and if there have been any other moves but you'll be able to find all the latest of those moves and others across the BBC Sport website and app, with all the confirmed deals here.

    Here are some of the day's biggest transfer and contract news:

    • Wales centre-back Joe Rodon has joined Tottenham from £11m plus add-ons

    You can follow live coverage of Derby v Watford now, while we'll be back from 11:00 on Saturday morning for the weekend's Premier League action, starting with the Merseyside derby.

    See you then.

  2. BreakingWest Ham confirm Benrahma signing


    The 25-year-old Algerian will join on loan for the rest of the season with an obligation for West Ham to make the transfer permanent next summer.

    BBC Sport understands that West Ham will pay a £5m loan fee, that will come off the £25m (plus £5m add ons) transfer fee.

    Benrahma scored 30 goals and assisted 27 more during his two-year spell at Brentford.

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  3. Carter-Vickers joins Bournemouth on loan

    With a new centre-back in Joe Rodon arriving today, Tottenham have let Cameron Carter-Vickers join Bournemouth on loan.

    The 22-year-old, who has played in the domestic cups, but not the Premier League, for Tottenham, joins on a temporary deal until the end of the 2020/21 campaign, with a recall option in January.

    Carter-Vickers has played eight times for USA, and spent last season on loan at Stoke City and Luton Town.

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  4. Three in one day for Swansea

    Swansea City have announced their third signing of the day and it's Ryan Bennett from Wolves who will be joining Joel Latibeaudiere and Kasey Palmer.

    The deal for the 30-year-old centre-half, who spent the second half of the 2019-20 season on loan at Leicester City, is a permanent one.

    He has signed a three-year-deal for the Welsh club as Joe Rodon departs for Tottenham Hotspur.

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  5. Post update

    There's no sign of an announcement from West Ham regarding Said Benrahma yet...or from Crystal Palace about Jack Butland.

    Clubs can still announce players after 19:00 BST, they just need to have ensured all the necessary paperwork was completed before that second deadline.

  6. Post update

    I also asked you earlier if you were a fan of this additional EFL transfer window.

    More of you are, than not, but it's not resounding.

    It will be interesting to see if this becomes a permanent fixture in the English and Wales football calendar.

    Vote on the BBC Sport website for whether people liked the EFL transfer window or not
  7. Post update

    We were told earlier by Simon Stone that West Ham (and all clubs) had until 19:00 BST to complete the signing of Said Benrahma from Brentford.

    We're still waiting to hear if they've been successful and if Jack Butland is on the move too.

  8. Good news for Leeds fans

    We didn't get to share this earlier because the window shut at the same time, but long-serving Swiss defender Gaetano Berardi has signed a new one-year contract with Leeds United which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2020-21 season.

    The 32-year-old has made 142 appearances for the club since signing in 2014. He is currently the longest serving first-team player, but is still recovering from an ACL injury which he received surgery for.

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  9. Newport complete double signing

    An hour and 45 minutes after the deadline officially closed Newport have announced that Jamie Proctor has joined from Rotherham until 17 January, while Aaron Lewis will be at the club until 2 January before returning to Lincoln.

    Newport manager Michael Flynn told the club website: "“They will both make the squad a lot stronger, particularly with nine games in three weeks coming up.

    "Hopefully they can help us build on our good start to the season because they both showed a strong desire to join the club"

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  10. Liverpool's transfer window

    Mandeep Sanghera

    BBC Sport

    It's been a busy day of outgoings at Liverpool with Harry Wilson, Harvey Elliott, Ben Woodburn and Herbie Kane leaving.

    Wilson, Elliott and Woodburn have made loan moves to Cardiff City, Blackburn Rovers and Blackpool respectively, while Kane has joined Barnsley on a permanent basis.

    In terms of Liverpool's transfer dealings during the summer, it works out as follows:


    Diogo Jota - £41m (£45m)

    Thiago - £20m (£25m)

    Tsimikas- £11.75m (£15m)

    Total: £72.75 (£85m)


    Rhian Brewster - £23.5m

    Dejan Lovren - £11m

    Ki-Jana Hoever - £9m (£13.5m)

    Ovie Ejaria - £3.5m

    Herbie Kane - £1.25m

    Harry Wilson - £1.2m (loan)

    Marko Grujic - £1m (loan)

    Sheyi Ojo, (loan), Harvey Elliott (loan), Loris Karius (loan), Taiwo Awoniyi (loan), Ben Woodburn (loan)

    Total: £50.45m (£54.95m)

    • figures in brackets include amounts with potential add-ons.
  11. BreakingSpurs sign Joe Rodon from Swansea

    They teased it a few minutes ago, but Tottenham have now confirmed the signing of Swansea and Wales defender Joe Rodon.

    The 22-year-old has made 54 appearances for Swansea and seven for Wales.

    The initial fee is £11m plus add-ons.

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  12. Blackburn annoyed with Liverpool...?

    Blackburn appear to be annoyed that Liverpool have beat them to announcing that Harvey Elliott will join them on a season-long loan.

    What a world...

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  13. Rodon to Spurs close to being confirmed?

    It looks like Spurs have roped in Gareth Bale and Ben Davies to help with their announcement of defender Joe Rodon from Swansea...

    The trio are international team-mates for Wales.

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  14. South African Cross joins Newcastle academy

    Newcastle have completed the signing of 19-year-old South African defender Bradley Cross.

    He was on loan at Bundesliga side FC Schalke 04 from South African club Bidvest Wits for two years, but was out of contract in June and will link with Newcastle's under-23 squad after completing a successful trial with the Magpies.

    Cross, who has called Newcastle "one of the biggest clubs in England", has signed a two-year deal.

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  15. Chelsea's Clarke-Salter joins Birmingham

    Another day, another player departs Chelsea on loan.

    This time it's defender Jake Clarke-Salter as he rejoins Birmingham City for the remainder of the season.

    According to Birmingham, the 23-year-old "was much sought after by a number of sides" this window.

    Clarke-Salter made 23 appearances and scored once for the St Andrews outfit last season.

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  16. Phillips joins Wilson at Cardiff

    Charlton keeper Dillon Phillips has joined Harry Wilson at Cardiff.

    The 25-year-old has joined on a permanent deal for an undisclosed fee.

    He says he is "over the moon" and "excited for the challenge".

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  17. Milwall announce signing of Zohore

    West Brom's Kenneth Zohore has signed loan deal with Milwall keeping him at the London club until January.

    The striker made 15 appearances for West Brom after signing in 2019, scoring three goals.

    Here's an interesting fact for you about the 26-year-old Dane...

    His father is the second cousin of former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba. Random.

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  18. James joins Barnsley on loan

    Leicester City midfielder Matty James has joined Barnsley on loan until January.

    The 29-year-old joined Leicester from Manchester United in May 2012 and has gone on to feature 117 times in all competitions for the Foxes, scoring six goals.

    James will now link up with the South Yorkshire side for a second time, after previously spending a successful time on loan in the 2016/17 season, making 18 appearances and netting once.

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  19. Post update

    Clubs absolutely love an on the hour announcement, so bear with us while we bring you all of the moves that have just been confirmed.

    Here's four in League One and Two to get you started...

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