Summer transfer window closes on 31 August at 11pm.

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The summer transfer window is closed. Big deals still appear to be up in the air and we're awaiting confirmation on those moves. But if clubs did not get the paperwork done in time, that's it.

Stick with IBTimes UK for all the last-minute deals. That's all we've got for this live blog, though. We hope you enjoyed our deal-by-deal coverage of what's been a landmark transfer window in England.


BREAKING: They've left it until the very last moment but Spurs have got the Sissoko deal over the line. The Frenchman has joined the North London club on a five-year deal.

It is reportedly a £30m fee for the Newcastle midfielder. He confirmed the move in a now-deleted tweet.


Watford's Ikechi Anya has joined Derby County. He has agreed a four-year deal with the Rams.

Who's next?


Manchester United have completed a last-ditch loan switch for young goalkeeper Joel Pereira.


Less than 10 minutes remaining of the window, but remember, players can still be confirmed after the deadline at 23:00 BST.

If that is the case, we'll bring you all the latest news once our live blog is put to bed for the night. Sissoko and Luiz are the biggest deals we're waiting on at the moment.


BREAKING: Everton may have withdrawn from the race for Moussa Sissoko but they have completed a last-minute deal for Enner Valencia from West Ham.


Drum roll, please. Hull have completed another signing. After spending months doing nothing, the Tigers have burst into life in the last few days of the window.

Dieumerci Mbokani is their latest signing.


A quick line from West Ham now with the clock ticking...


We're still waiting for confirmation of David Luiz, the biggest move on deadline day. He only arrived in England this afternoon, so there's probably been lots of paperwork and other stuff to sort out before the deal can be announced.

David Luiz
David Luiz appears to be set to return to the Premier League Getty Images


Chelsea have completed a deal - but it's not that of David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain. It is instead Christian Atsu joining Newcastle on loan.


BREAKING: With less than 30 minutes left in the window, Liverpool have confirmed Lazar Markovic has returned to Portugal to sign for Sporting Lisbon.

The loan deal with allow Markovic to play regular first-team football in a country where he has previously flourished.


The Sissoko saga takes another twist, with Sky Sports now saying Everton have pulled out of the move. That means he is on his way to Tottenham then, surely?

Moussa Sissoko
Sissoko has left France training to complete a deadline move away from Newcastle. Getty Images


Crystal Palace, by the way, have called it quits for this transfer window. They've confirmed there will be no more moves for the south Londoners.


It seems Moussa Sissoko could be on his way to White Hart Lane, having previously been linked with Everton. Around 40 minutes left in the window.


Tick-tock, tick-tock... time is ebbing away and some clubs are still frantically trying to complete deals.

I think we all know where David Luiz will be playing this season, though.


Another Premier League loan move now. Sunderland have completed their second signing of the day, with Jason Denayer joining the club on loan from Manchester City.


Birds fly, fish swim and Chelsea loan out their youngsters. Lucas Piazon is the latest to leave Stamford Bridge.


Bastian Schweinsteiger has said goodbye ... to the German national team tonight. It appears he'll be staying at Old Trafford, though.


Around an hour left until the window closes, then. Loads of deals still to be confirmed, I suspect, and there's bound to be all the usual drama.

It never ceases to amaze that so many clubs seem to spend the majority of the window sitting tight, before scrambling around for players in the closing moments. Still, at least it makes it interesting for the fans, eh.


More now from Everton, who have signed Dominic Calvert-Lewin on a four-year deal. He's one of the future, as they say.


Joe Hart confirmed his loan move to Torino earlier on today, and he has received a warm send-off from a former teammate.


Everton have been linked with a few moves over the last couple of hours.... now, the club have confirmed a couple of departures, including Aiden McGeady leaving the Toffees on loan.


BREAKING: Jack Wilshere has joined Bournemouth on a season-long loan. The England midfielder has opted to move to the Cherries ahead of many, many other clubs.

Chief executive Neill Blake is predictably thrilled. "Jack is a fantastic addition to the club," he told the club's website. "He is a player that needs no introduction and one that, quite rightly, our supporters will be excited to see in a Bournemouth shirt.

"He will bring a wealth of international and Premier League experience, so we are delighted to be able to welcome a player of his calibre to the club."


An hour-and-a-half left of the summer transfer windows and some of the biggest deals are still to be formally completed. Let's all hope the moves for David Luiz, Moussa Sissoko and Jack Wilshere are done and dusted by the 11pm deadline.