- Anthony Martial given permission to travel to Manchester for United talks
- Papy Djilobodji close to joining Chelsea from Nantes
- Reports: Agreement reached for David de Gea to sign for Real Madrid
- Adnan Januzaj in talks over Borussia Dortmund loan
- Fabio Borini seals £7m Sunderland switch
Well that brings an end to our live coverage of the last full day of the summer transfer window. There promise to be some huge deals confirmed over the next 21 hours of the window and IBTimes UK will have all the news when it is announced over the coming hours. We're back at 9am tomorrow with coverage of the final nine hours of the window, and beyond, but until then goodbye.
While we wait for further news on De Gea, Navas and co, a quick look ahead to tomorrow and what we can expect on the final day of business. Will Tottenham Hotspur test West Brom's resolve and bid again for Saido Berahino? Will Victor Wanyama attempt to force his way out of Southampton? Can Manchester United complete a deal for Anthony Martial? Plenty to around to retain your interest I am sure you'll agree.
We're with you until 9pm and beyond as the transfer window winds down. We are expecting confirmation of David de Gea's move to Real Madrid before the 11pm deadline in Spain, but we could be forced to wait long for new regarding Keylor Navas. United have until 6pm to get that deal over the line.
Manchester City have confirmed that defender Jason Denayer have joined Galatasaray on a season-long loan. No news as yet from the red half of Manchester.
Jonathan Walters has handed in a transfer request at Stoke City in an effort to force through a move to Norwich City, according to report. Worth keeping an eye on that one.
Development in the De Gea-Navas deal. Reports emerging from Costa Rica suggest that the goalkeeper has reached an agreement with United whereby he will be number one at Old Trafford. I am sure Sergio Romero will have something to say about that.
For those Manchester United who want to know what to expect from Keylor Navas, this video should give you an insight into the Costa Rica stopper's reactions.
More excitement for West Brom fans after the club confirmed the departure of former record signing Brown Ideye to Olympiakos. Just seven goals in 31 appearances for the Nigerian international. An inauspicious career in English football is over.
Reading have now announced the signing of Lucas Piazon from Chelsea on a season-long loan, after the Brazilian international prematurely confirmed the deal via his Twitter account.
AFC Bournemouth have agreed a fee with Crystal Palace for striker Glenn Murry. very handy bit of business.
The flow of news has slowed down in the last few hours but we are sure to discover the outcoming of David de Gea's protracted departure from Manchester United to Real Madrid.
Fabio Borini has given his first interview since joining Sunderland from Liverpool. "It's very nice to be back here," the Italian said. "It's a place I call home. My heart is here. I came here after a season of injuries. We had a very successful season, we stayed up and we went to Wembley. When you go to a new club it can be difficult if you don't know the people. I am at Sunderland because I wanted to be and I am happy to be here."
Some comments from Lindegaard upon sealing his move to The Hawthorns. "Since moving to England I've been impressed with how well West Brom have done in the Premier League," he Dane said. "I had a good chat with Tony Pulis and he convinced me it would be a good move for me and the club. From there things moved very quickly. I was very keen to get it done so I can just concentrate on the thing that matters most, the football."
Another confirmed deal and once again it involves Manchester United. Anders Lindegaard has moved to West Bromwich Albion on a two-year deal.
Emanuele Giaccherini has left Sunderland for Bologna, the Premier League club have confirmed.
Latest on the David de Gea deal which sees Keylor Navas move in the other direction..
A quick reminder that many of the transfer windows across Europe close tonight, several hours behind the Premier League which probably ensures that deadline day might be a slightly slow affair with only domestic deals permitted.
Another loan move for a Chelsea youngster, this time Jeremie Boga who moves to Rennes for the season. I make that 31 players out on temporary spells from the Premier League champions. Ludicrous.
Contender for the most bizarre transfer story of the day. Jelle Vossen has completed his second move of the summer, joining Club Brugge from Burnley just eight weeks after moving to the Championship club. The 26-year-old has cited homesickness for his decision to return to Belgium, where he can be with his new wife and family.
Lots of analysis of Louis van Gaal's transfer policy and the success, or lack thereof, of some of his big-name signings. Angel di Maria has broken his silence of his problems during his one and only season at United, claiming his personal relationship with the Dutch coach led to his departure to Paris Saint Germain. "I made a very good start and then I got injured. Things weren't quite working for me and Van Gaal changed my position," he said. "It's difficult to adapt to Van Gaal. I had a number of flare ups with him."
BREAKING: Javier Hernandez has joined Bayer Leverkusen from Manchester United on a three-year deal.
So the summer transfer window has 24 hours left to run and there are still dozens of deals to be completed. David de Gea appears close to joining Real Madrid, in one of a host of deals involving Manchester United, who look set to sign Anthony Martial from Monaco. Strap in for some drama over the next day or so.
Nantes sporting director Franck Kitahas has confirmed Papy Djilobodji will be joining Chelsea. That deal has really come out of the blue.
Confirmation of another interesting loan deal, this time for Chelsea where Lucas Piazon has joined Reading on a season-long loan. The Steve Clarke-Jose Mourinho relationship almost certainly played a role there.