The Premier League transfer window closes on Tuesday at 23:00 GMT – and there are some potential deals in the pipeline which could further extend the record amount already paid out.
The German Bundesliga shuts at 1700, Italian Serie A at 1900, Spain’s La Liga at 2300 and France’s Ligue 1 at 1159- also all on 31 January.
The Women’s Super League closes at night for transnational transfers and 1700 for domestic deals.
The British transfer record could be broken on January’s transfer deadline day for the first time since 2011 when Chelsea inked Liverpool’s Fernando Torres for£ 50m.
Chelsea have bid 120m euros(£105.6 m) for Benfica’s Argentina midfielder Enzo Fernandez.
Arsenal are running out of time to subscribe Brighton midfielder Moises Caicedo with a£ 70m bid rejected.
Sean Dyche was named director of floundering Everton on Monday so faces a rush if he wants some new faces.
English top- flight clubs have spent nearly£2.5 bn this season, including the summer’s record£1.9 bn spend, far above the former record£1.86 bn in 2017- 18.
Chelsea have veritably much set the pace this window as they look to spend their way back into top- four contention.
There has been a bit of movement from clubs above them in the table, but not much, with Liverpool’s prisoner of Netherlands forward Cody Gakpo from PSV, Arsenal subscribing Leandro Trossard from Brighton and Newcastle’s£ 45m swoop for Anthony Gordon from Everton the most eye- catching.
There has been an interesting incoming at Manchester United, with Dutch striker Wout Weghorst joining on loan from Burnley.
Understandably, there has been plenitude of action from the clubs whose main challenge this season is remaining in the division.
Wolves have been busy, subscribing forwards Matheus Cunha and Pablo Sarabia, midfielder Mario Lemina and protector Craig Dawson to boost Julen Lopetegui’s team.
There is no decelerating down at Nottingham Forest after a summer in which they inked 23 players, with Brazilian midfielders Danilo and Gustavo Scarpa, and forward Chris Wood, moving to the City Ground this month.
It has been a tough window for Everton, who lost the forenamed Gordon and saw Arnaut Danjuma turn his reverse on them before subscribing for Spurs shortly after sacking director Frank Lampard.
As formerly bandied, Fernandez and Caicedo are big- plutocrat transfer targets going into the final day of the window.
Surprising news broke on Monday that Manchester City full- reverse Joao Cancelo was in conversations over a loan move to Bayern Munich that could also affect in a 70m euro(£61.5 m) move in the summer.
Stuttgart midfielder Naouirou Ahamada is having a medical before an 11m euro(£9.7 m) transfer to Crystal Palace, while Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is speaking to Nottingham Forest over a move that would see him come the latter’s 26th signing of the season.
A number of Championship players have also been linked with Premier League moves, similar as Coventry striker Viktor Gyokeres, Stoke protector Harry Souttar and Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge. Know More Latest News…