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Live Reporting

Shamoon Hafez, Emma Sanders, Emlyn Begley and Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodnight

    And on that note we're out of here.

    Don't forget that every confirmed deal will be listed here.

    And why not chek out the latest edition of the Football Daily podcast?

  2. One to wait for...


    I couldn't not use it could I?

    But we're heading off before we know if the Minamino to Saints deal got through in time...

  3. Done deals


    As we hit midnight and still await a few moves in the Premier League to go through, here's the day's done deals so far:

    22:55: Ainsley Maitland-Niles [Arsenal - West Brom] Loan

    22:00: Ozan Kabak [Schalke - Liverpool] Loan

    20:00: Ben Davies [Preston - Liverpool] £2m

    18:50: Joe Willock [Arsenal - Newcastle] Loan

    18:00: Okay Yokuslu [Celta Vigo - West Brom] Loan

    16:00: Moises Caicedo [Independiente del Valle - Brighton] £4m

  4. More and more...

    Still they come in the Football League...

    23:45: Diallang Jaiyesimi [Swindon - Charlton] Undisclosed

    23:45: Patrick Roberts [Manchester City - Derby] Loan

    23:30: Jacob Mellis [Gillingham - Southend] Undisclosed

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    Tambuwal: Robertson £8 million from Hull. Trent zero from academy. Not all players have to cost £50 million plus to win medals. Happy with Kabak/Davies.

    SMS Message: Well, Sean Dyche it's now time to go to a club that will financially support you. I've been a Burnley supporter all my life and we were led to believe the takeover would be a good thing. Same old.... from Despondent Burnley Fan
    Despondent Burnley Fan

    It's been a quieter day for some Premier League clubs than others...

  6. One out for Everton

    If Everton do bring in Josh King they may need a bit of room on the books - so they have allowed winger Anthony Gordon to head to Preston on loan.

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    SMS Message: Struggling to understand why many say King should've joined Fulham. Putting the relegation issue to one side, he gets to work with Ancelotti and look how he has improved Calvert Lewin. I'm sure that was a huge factor given his Norwegian national team aspirations. from Mark, Chester
    Mark, Chester
  8. EFL Latest

    As promised here's that flurry of deals from 23:30

    23:30: Jacob Mellis [Gillingham - Southend] Undisclosed

    23:30: Beni Baningime [Everton - Derby] Loan

    23:30: Neeskens Kebano [Fulham - Middlesbrough] Loan

    23:30: Max Sanders [Brighton - Lincoln] Undisclosed

  9. On his way to Goodison?


    It seems that Everton have won the race to sign Joshua King. Here's a reminder of what he brings.

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    Video caption: Everton-bound Joshua King scores twice in the FA Cup for Bournemouth
  10. BreakingDONE DEAL



    Fulham have signed former Sunderland forward Josh Maja on loan from French side Bordeaux.

  11. Post update

    I did put three tweets of signings for Middlesbrough, Luton and Derby through there but my laptop booted me out.

    Will do a recap shortly.

  12. Post update

    Half past 11 has just signalled a flurry of late moves in the Championship...

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    CTxCB: I think Joshua King made the wrong move. At Everton, he'll likely become a depth option and sporadically play, whereas at Fulham, he likely would've been starting every game, and become the centre of attention if he was to keep them up.

    Daniel Cheng: I'm concerned with the lack of cover for Tierney at left back for Arsenal. Cedric can do a job but he ain't a proper LB and I'm sure Saka wants to play further forward. If KT gets injured for a long period we're in trouble.

  14. Post update

    King can play wide of course which will suit Everton when they play 4-3-3.

    This time last year he was close to joining Manchester United of course, but he has failed to score in the Championship this season.

    With 48 Premier League goals to his name - the same as Freddie Ljungberg or Ian Rush - he's no slouch.

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    SMS Message: Surely the better choice for Josh King would've been Fulham, more game time for the lad. However, Everton doing better at the minute so could prove to be a good deal but just can't see him getting into that team. from Toby
    SMS Message: Can't help thinking Saints missed a trick in not getting in Jon Joe Kenny. Decent player, Premier League experience, straight in to fill the void with Kyle Walker-Peters out injured. Celtic's gain I reckon, shrewd Lenny. Minamino? Sooner have Mane back please? from Phil, Saints fan in Glasgow
    Phil, Saints fan in Glasgow
  16. Post update

    For a lot of clubs in the Football League especially, just staying in business is the name of the game this season.

  17. Quietest window since 2012

    Ian Dennis

    BBC Radio 5 Live senior football reporter

    It’s been the quietest window since 2012 – that was the last time you had under £100 million spent in the window.

    It's in complete contrast to this time last year which was the second highest window when £230 million was spent.

    But Covid has impacted in more ways than one, the most obvious being the way that the clubs have been hit so hard financially.

  18. Post update

    Shrewd move?

  19. King chooses Toffees

    Ian Dennis

    BBC Radio 5 Live senior football reporter

    Josh King has opted for Everton ahead of Fulham.

    It will be a short-term permanent deal, he's out of contract at Bournemouth at the end of the season.