The curtain will soon be drawn on yet another frantic transfer window in England that has seen the world transfer record broken.

Paul Pogba returned to Old Trafford from Juventus for an eye-watering £89million fee as cash-rich clubs spent big this summer.

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte described this year’s transfer market as ‘crazy’ as a bumper TV deal gave teams the chance to splash out more than ever before.

The record for an English defender was also shattered in the shape of former Chelsea target John Stones as Manchester City have been rebuilding under Pep Guardiola.

Relegated Newcastle United, managed by Rafa Benitez, have not let slipping out of the top flight stop them getting the chequebook out either as they seek to bounce straight back.

Leicester City’s shock triumph in the Premier League last term seems to have been a wake-up call to the traditional big four as they look to restore natural order to the table.

Some got their business done early but many are still looking to strengthen where they can after indifferent starts and pressure from the fans - but when does the window slam shut?

Let's take a closer look at the market as we approach crunch time up and down the land and Sky Sports presenter Jim White prepares to get his yellow tie out of the wardrobe.

When does the transfer window shut?

The 2016 summer transfer window closes on Wednesday 31st August at 11pm in the UK.

You will be able to follow all the drama as it unfolds right here on GetWestLondon as we keep an eye on all of our clubs and the biggest deals elsewhere.

Who will be most active in west London?

Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic
Transfer row: Fulham manager Slavisa Jokanovic

We could see a hectic end to the window in the capital this year - perhaps the busiest we have seen for some time.

Brentford appear to be on the verge of receiving a big cash windfall from Newcastle for Alan Judge and will need to strengthen.

Chelsea are still active in the market and are looking to add more steel to their defence and teeth to their attack.

QPR, AFC Wimbledon, Barnet might also spend a few quid, with Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic desperate to add to his team against a backdrop of unrest at Craven Cottage.

When does the loan window close?

Unlike years gone by there will be no prolonged period for emergency loan deals.

Any loan deals must be completed by the end of the normal transfer window on August 31.

How can you follow deadline day?

It is all set to be one of the most exciting deadline days ever, so make sure you don’t miss a thing .

We will be running a live blog all day on GetWestLondon to ensure you won’t miss a transfer or loan deal right up to the wire.

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