Transfer Deadline day is finally here - but who will be looking to beat the clock and bring in some fresh faces before the window slams shut?
You can be sure that Premier League clubs will be working all day to make deals happen and you can follow all the action here.
The window slams shut in England at 11pm tonight and there could be plenty of action between now and when Big Ben chimes up this evening.
Keep up to date with all the comings and goings at Chelsea, Brentford, QPR, Fulham and more on GetWestLondon.
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That's all folks
And with that, we bring an end to our live transfer deadline day coverage. Have a good night.
It’s been a relatively quiet one regarding incoming players. Fulham loaned players in and out. QPR signed a forward and loaned players out. Brentford sold James Tarkowski. While Chelsea had a quiet day with their fringe players having their futures decided.
Deal falls through
Our final update concerns a failed deal between Fulham and Arsenal.
The transfer window has CLOSED!
That’s it. No more sales or signings will be happening in west London.
Full story about Bodurov
Here’s the full story on Nikolay Bodurov’s departure to FC Midtjylland
Just 19 minutes to go people
Full story on JET
Here’s the full story on Jay Emmanuel-Thomas joining MK Dons on loan for the rest of the season
Bodurov leaves Fulham
Brentford owner Matthew Benham has done some late business but it’s with his other club FC Midtjylland and Fulham defender Nikolay Bodurov has joined the club.
A Fulham statement read: “The club can confirm that Nikolay Bodurov has joined FC Midtjylland on loan for the remainder of the season.
“Everyone at Fulham wishes Nikolay the best of luck during his time in Denmark.”
Full story on Amorebieta
Here is the full story of Fernando Amorebieta returning to Fulham from Middlesbrough.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas leaves QPR on loan
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas has signed for MK Dons for the rest of the season.
A club statement read: “The 25 year-old front-man, who has made just three substitute appearances in the Championship since Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s arrival as QPR manager in early December, has agreed a deal until the end of the season with Karl Robinson’s outfit.
“Under the terms of the loan deal, Emmanuel-Thomas will not be eligible to feature when QPR travel to MK Dons on Saturday 5th March.”
Amorebieta returns to Fulham
Fernando Amorebieta has returned to Fulham.
A Fulham statement read: “The club can confirm that an agreement has been reached with Middlesbrough to allow Fernando Amorebieta to return to Fulham ahead of schedule.
“The Venezuela international had been on a season-long loan at the Riverside Stadium and made 16 appearances, but he will now link up with Slaviša Jokanović’s squad for the remainder of the campaign.”
Full story on Fer
And here is the full story on Leroy Fer joining Swansea City on loan.
Remy staying put
Here’s the full story about Loic Remy staying put at Chelsea
Leroy Fer joins Swansea on loan
QPR midfielder Leroy Fer has completed his loan move to Swansea.
The Welsh side are in relegation danger and the Dutchman was relegated with the Hoops last season, and Norwich the season before.
Kay Voser has had his contract cancelled by Fulham
A club statement read: “We can confirm that Kay Voser’s contract at the Club has been terminated by mutual consent.
“Voser joined the Whites in the summer of 2014 and he went on to make 13 appearances for the First Team.
“Everyone at Fulham would like to thank Kay for his efforts and wishes him the best of luck for the future.”
Terry to leave Chelsea recap
Of course, the biggest story of transfer deadline day, as far as west London was concerned, was John Terry’s announcement on Sunday that he is set to leave Chelsea at the end of the season.
You can see all of the reaction to that announcement with all the response below.
Loic Remy deal is OFF
Sky Sports are reporting that Loic Remy will not be moving to Leicester City during the January transfer window.
Rumours of Loic Remy leaving Chelsea remain the Frenchman trained today after a minor calf problem, with interim boss Guus Hiddink saying on Friday the injury should not get in the way of any move.
Fellow striker Radamel Falcao is reported to be also looking to move on tonight.
If both players leave the Blues tonight, they would be light in the striker department with only the inexperienced Bertrand Traore and Pato, who is lacking match fitness, as back-up options for Diego Costa. Certainly one to keep an eye on... It looks as if it will be one or the other.
Under two hours to go. We’re waiting to see if there is any shift on the Loic Remy situation.
It is now looking that Crystal Palace have pulled the plug on signing Rob Green and, as a result, this means Alex McCarthy’s move to Crystal Palace is OFF.
No further deals at Brentford
Brentford are not expecting to do any further business this transfer window.
The Bees extended their loanees John Swift and Sergi Canos at the end of December/start of January but have not added any permanent signings
Toumani Diagouraga left the club for Leeds last week. Jota returned to Spain in January due to personal issues, while James Tarkowski sealed a deadline day move to Burnley.
Brentford also released Montell Moore, Josh Laurent and Ryan Williams.
Labyad has a Licence to Thrill
Zakaria Labyad has promised Fulham fans that he will provide an attacking threat after agreeing to join the club on loan for the rest of the season.
The attacking midfielder became the Whites’ second deadline day loan deal after Rohan Ince joined from Brighton.
Fulham have been only able to sign players on loan due to their transfer embargo but Labyad is hoping to prove himself a hit in England.
There are now three hours remaining in the transfer window.
Here are the unfinished deals that are currently going on.
QPR: Jay Emmanuel-Thomas to MK Dons
FULHAM: Alex McCarthy to join on loan from Crystal Palace
QPR midfielder heading for Swansea
Leroy Fer is poised to join Swansea City on loan from QPR for the rest of the season.
The Dutch midfielder agreed a loan move to Sunderland in the summer but the del fell through following a medical, and subsequent talks with PSV Eindhoven also came to nothing.
But Swansea, who also discussed a possible move for Sandro prior to the R’s midfielder joining WBA, look to have finally got him away from Loftus Road.
Fulham close in on Crystal Palace keeper
Crystal Palace goalkeeper Alex McCarthy looks to be close to signing on loan for Fulham.
Earlier in the day, Sky Sports reported that the 26 year old was at Fulham’s training ground with a view to joining on loan, with the two clubs having agreed a 93-day loan.
That deal now appears to be close to being sealed, which would could into question the future of Joe Lewis, on a season-long loan from Cardiff, and who has been sharing goalkeeping duties with Andrew Lonergan this season.
McCarthy has started just six games following a move from QPR last summer and Eagles boss Alan Pardew is keen to get him out on loan.alex mccarthy
MK Dons line up loan move for QPR striker
QPR’s Jay Emmanuel-Thomas could be joining fellow Championship side Milton Keynes Dons on loan
The forward has fallen in and out of favour since his summer move from Bristol City, enjoying his best spell when standing in well for the injured Charlie Austin.
A brace against Bolton, including a stunning late winner, was matched by a fine solo effort against the side he looks set to be joining, MK Dons, at Loftus Road.
However, the former Arsenal youngster has managed just 15 games for the Rs, and has only played once in the past month, in the 1-0 defeat at at Forest.
Chelsea flop Radamel Falcao is edging ever closer to a Stamford Bridge exit.
According to the Telegraph, the Colombian is in Spain and could return to former club Atletico Madrid.
The on-loan Monaco striker has managed just nine games for the Blues since signing in July, scoring one goal.
Brentford midfielder joins Hartlepool following release
Josh Laurent has linked up with League two side Hartlepool United after being let go by Brentford.
Laurent was one of three fringe players released by the Bees earlier today, along with Montell Moore and Ryan Williams.
The 6ft 2ins midfielder came through the ranks at Wycombe Wanderers, where he penned a scholarship deal in 2011, before being spotted by QPR and joining the Academy at Loftus Road in 2012.
Having earned a professional deal, Laurent gained some senior experience from a two-month loan spell at Braintree Town before joining Brentford on a permanent deal last January.
The 20-year-old made his Bees debut in the Capital One Cup exit to Oxford United in August before spending time on loan with Newport County, where he made four appearances.
Chelsea forward Loic Remy is still hoping to complete a beat-the-deadline £11m move to Leicester reports the Mirror.
Chelsea do not want to lose both Remy and Radamel Falcao in this window but may sanction a move before the window.
Brentford defender completes Burnley switch
James Tarkowski has completed his controversial move from Brentford to Burnley.
The centre back refused to play in the meeting between the two clubs last month and was suspended by the Bees before issuing an apology.
He has not, however, featured since, and after completing a medical at Turf Moor today, has now wrapped up his Griffin Park exit.
Brentford are expected to get an initial £3m, and up to the same amount again in add-ons, for the former Oldham Athletic defender.
Read more about his departure here: http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/brentford-boss-dean-smith-co-10821159.
Fulham take Sporting Lisbon striker on loan
Fulham have confirmed the signing of Sporting Lisbon striker Zakaria Labyad on loan until the end of the season.
The 22-year-old struggled has been playing for Sporting’s B team this season, where he has scored three goals in 14 appearances.
Labyad, who has won three caps for Morocco, has enjoyed more fruitful spells in the Netherlands, with his first club PSV and on loan at Vitesse Arnhem last season.
Get the full story here: http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/fulham-bring-moroccan-attacker-loan-10821072.