Chelsea midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah has joined Burnley on a five-month loan deal, both clubs have confirmed.
The England Under-21 international becomes the second Blues midfielder to leave the club on the final day of the summer transfer window following Marco van Ginkel's loan move to AC Milan.
Chelsea confirmed the move through their official website.
A statement from the Clarets read: "Burnley Football Club is delighted to announce the signing of Chelsea and England Under-21 international Nathaniel Chalobah on a loan deal until January.
"Chalobah is currently with new Clarets teammate Danny Ings with the England Under-21s this week as they prepare for Uefa Under-21 Championship qualifiers against Lithuania and Moldova."
Chalobah becomes Burnley's second signing of the transfer deadline day following the arrival of George Boyd from Hull City.
The 19-year-old midfielder is set for his first season in the top flight after loan spells at Watford, Nottingham Forest and Middlesbrough in the Championship.
The midfielder joins Van Ginkel, Mario Pasalic (Elche), Oriol Romeu (Stuttgart), Josh McEachran (Vitesse) and George Saville (Wolverhampton), who have all left Chelsea on loan this summer.
Van Ginkel, who saw his first season at the club last term derailed by injury, completed his medical to join Serie A giants Milan on Monday.
"I am a midfielder that defends but is also able to score goals," Van Ginkel said following the confirmation of his move. "I can play in many positions in midfield. I want to have more playing time and this is my aim this season.
"I believe at Milan I will have the opportunity to play more games in what is a big competition, with many strong teams. I have not spoken to Mr Inzaghi yet but I've spoken to Fernando Torres this week."
Torres has moved to the San Siro on a two-year-loan deal.