Transfer Deadline Day Live: All the latest news and prices on the big moves

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Thibaut Courtois has left Chelsea to join Real Madrid with Mateo Kovacic heading the other way
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Jasmine Baba and Dan Thomas provide the latest news, odds and specials on this earlier than usual Transfer Deadline Day...


Fulham have agreed a £30m deal to sign Marseille midfielder Andre-Frank Zambo Anguissa, confirmed the signing of Sergio Rico from Sevilla on a season-long loan and Everton have signed Barcelona's Andre Gomes also on loan.

Both are battling out to be the team to sign most players on deadline day.

Elsewhere Southampton are said to have submitted paperwork to seal a transfer for Danny Ings.


The window is now closed. But as ever, there will be many confirmations yet to come in.

Including these two; Carlos Sanchez has now signed for West Ham and Yerry Mina is now Everton's for £28.5m.


And as stated 50 minutes ago, Bernard has now signed for Everton now a four-year deal.

At West Ham, Fiorentina's Carlos Sanchez has passed a medical and agreed terms. Again you should expect that to be done and dusted very soon.


Fulham are also close to signing striker Luciano Vietto from Atletico Madrid on a season-long loan. I feel there are a lot more loan deals going through in this window than usual.


Everton are looking like the busiest club at the moment. Yerry Mina is yet to be announced and now news of a deal for Marcus Rojo are coming to light. There are also some whispers of a loan deal involving Kurt Zouma but not much else.

Fulham are still looking to stengthen in the last hour and are said to be chasing Manchester United youngster Timothy Fosu-Mensah.


An hour to go and business is starting to ramp up. Bernard has agreed personal terms with Everton, received his work permit and the deal should be confirmed before the 17:00 deadline. Just to add another reason why they're favourite for the 'team to sign most players on deadline day' market.

Back in North London there are rumours that David Ospina will be moving from Arsenal to Besiktas.


It looks like Tottenham will be doing no business at all. Mauricio Pochettino hinted in his pre-Newcastle press conference today that he would have been happy to see a few depart, most likely Danny Rose and Toby Alderweireld.

"Look, I was open to fixing it if some player is not happy at the club," Pochettino told reporters. "We are open to finding the solution. But if they choose to stay here with us, they need to behave the way we want. Being professional means that."

It looks to be a three-way battle in the 'team to sign most players on deadline day' market, with Everton currently favourite at 10/11, Fulham at 6/4 and Wolves at 3/1.


Wolves have completed the signing of Leander Dendoncker on a season-long loan from Anderlecht. He marks their fifth signing of the window. Wolverhampton are still 16/11> to be the club to sign the most players on Deadline Day.

In other news, it looks like Islam Slimani is leaving Leicester for Fenerbache and it seems Danny Ings is staying at Anfield.


Cardiff City are getting stuck into transfer deadline day, signing a loan deal for Real Betis' Victor Camarasa. There are also reports of the Bluebirds' working on a deal for Bournemouth's Harry Arter.

Elsewhere, Newcastle are close to completing a transfer move for Swansea City centre-back Federico Fernandez. That would be their fifth signing of the season and the second from Swansea, after acquiring Sung-Yueng Ki on a free.

And in Liverpool, Everton are looking to offload Mo Besic, with Middlesbrough looking like the proposed destination.


Following on from Manchester United's centre-back news, Atletico have rejected the Red Devils' approach, pushing Diego Godin back out to 8/1. Harry Maguire, too, is out to 11/4. Which defender will they go for next? Answers on a postcard...

Wolverhampton are having trouble signing Oleksandr Zinchenko from Manchester City, with the 21-year old said to be unsure of joining a newly-promoted side and in the South East, Watford are said to be approaching West Brom for Jake Livermore.


A centre-back is clearly priority number one for Jose Mourinho but do they really need one? With Lindelof, Rojo, Smalling, Jones and Bailly already on the books, they are certainly well stocked from a numbers point of view. Quality a different argument of course.

We spoke to our Ambassador, Dimitar Berbatov, about a player's mindset when they move clubs late on deadline day.

"You are distracted, not focused, not concentrated - you want to be but it's just not happening," he told us.

Thibaut Courtois has completed his move to Real Madrid, signing a six-year deal after leaving Chelsea.


It's not good news for Tottenham fans, as Spurs say they won't be making an improved offer for Jack Grealish since they made their £25m bid for the midfielder on Wednesday. The market for him to stay at Aston Villa is now shortening at a rapid pace and is currently 2/5.


Manchester United are back in the news, but it's not about the usual suspects. With Leicester reiterating the fact that Harry Maguire is not for sale, and Toby Alderweireld shortening to stay at Tottenham at 1/2, the Red Devils' are thought to be chasing Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin. The defender's odds have been slashed from 20/1 to 3/1 to move to Old Trafford in the last few minutes.

Meanwhile, at Everton, Barcelona's Yerry Mina is currently having a medical with the Toffees. Expect that deal to be confirmed soon.


The London clubs have certainly been busy in the past few days. West Ham have now announced the signing of Arsenal's Lucas Perez for an estimated £5m, while Fulham are reportedly set to hijack Aston Villa's move for Bristol City defender Joe Bryan and Crystal Palace are poised to make a loan move for Swansea's Jordan Ayew.

Elsewhere, Leicester have confirmed the £13m capture of Dinamo Zagreb centre-back Filip Benkovic, on a five-year deal. Will this have an impact on Harry Maguire's future? Our traders make him an 11/10 chance to head north to Old Trafford and 8/13 to stay in the East Midlands.


Only seven hours to go until this summer's transfer window shuts for Premier League and EFL clubs. There's still a host of signings yet to be confirmed, and drama still to be had.

There's still uncertainty if Jack Grealish will leave Aston Villa. The market was suspended yesterday as Villa came out to say he will not be sold in this transfer window, even though Tottenham have put in a £25m bid for the midfielder. He's currently 8/11 to make the move to north London.

The future of Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld also remains up in the air, although the odds suggest he will make the move to Manchester United (4/7). He's 11/8 to stay at Spurs.

Arsenal have yet again ramped up their interest of Croatian centre-back Domagoj Vida, with his odds shortening to 6/4.

Chelsea, meanwhile, have confirmed the loan signing of Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic - they're 13/2 to sign the most players today. Everton are the favourites in that market at 3/1.

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