We are half way through the final day of the January transfer window and rather inevitably clubs across the country have leapt into action.
Chelsea have confirmed the arrival of 19-year-old defender Kurt Zouma, who has signed a five and a half year contract at Stamford Bridge. The centre half will remain at St Etienne on loan until the end of the season before linking up with his new teammates in the summer.
Lewis Holtby has trained with Fulham this morning having completed a loan move to Rene Muelesteen's side. The 23-year-old will see out the remainder of the campaign in west London, but there has been no suggestion of Dimitar Berbatov moving in the opposite direction, as was widely suggested earlier this week with a move to Monaco now looking likely as the Bulgarian heads to the principality for a medical.
The Cottagers are also fending off a reported challenge from West Ham to bring Kostas Mitroglou from Olympiakos and are also close to a deal for Manchester United youngster Larnell Cole having confirmed the arrival of William Kvist on Thursday.
Crystal Palace have been very busy today and are on the verge of clinching a deal for Tom Ince, with club owner Steve Parish reportedly in talks with the Blackpool winger dotting I's and crossing a few T's ahead of a move to south east London. Tony Pulis was also hoping to bring Ivan Ramis to the club but the Spaniard has failed a medical.
Sunderland have completed the signing of Liam Bridcutt from Brighton but could lose Lee Cattermole, who has been made a priority target by Stoke City.
There is nothing official from Arsenal yet but Kim Kallstrom has emerged as the man most likely to join the Gunners today. According to varying reports, the Swede is either currently undergoing a medical with the club, in Abu Dhabi at a training camp with Spartak Moscow on currently sat on a plane destined for Heathrow airport. Emmanuel Frimpong meanwhile has joined Barnsley on a six month deal.
Everton have also concluded one more deal, signing promising young Czech Republic goalkeeper Jindrich Stanek from Sparta Prague.
Both Manchester clubs are yet to emerge from their slumber but with 10 hours to go there is still plenty of time for that to change.