Transfer deadline day: As it happened
All the latest news and rumours ahead of the close of the summer transfer window at 11pm tonight
Transfer Deadline Day: As it happened.
Dimitar Berbatov joins Fulham in two-year deal
Tottenham midfielder Rafael van der Vaart joins Hamburg
Manchester City sign Scott Sinclair from Swansea and Maicon from Inter Milan
Swansea sign Valencia's Pablo Hernandez for a club record £5.5m
Keiran Richardson joins Fulham from Sunderland
Liverpool midfielder Charlie Adam signs for Stoke
Nigel de Jong joins AC Milan
Giovani Dos Santos leaves Tottenham for Real Mallorca
Southampton have confirmed the signing of Gaston Ramirez from Bologna.
Everton have signed FC Copenhagen's Bryan Oviedo on a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
West Ham have taken Yossi Benayoun on loan from Chelsea five years after he left the Hammers.
Lyon have confirmed that goalkeeper Hugo Lloris has joined Tottenham on a four-year deal for 10million euros (£7.9million).
Clint Dempsey has signed for Tottenham on a three year deal.
Joey Barton has joined Marseille on a season long loan deal
Blackburn have completed the double capture of Diogo Rosado and Nuno Henrique on three-year deals
Chelsea have confirmed Michael Essien is going on a season-long loan to Real Madrid.
Fulham have completed the signing of winger Ashkan Dejagah
Hugo Lloris looks set to sign for Tottenham after completing a medical.
Tottenham agree a fee for Moutinho.
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