Live Updates
  • Summer transfer window closes at 6pm.
  • David de Gea move to Real Madrid off after club decide against appealing late submission of paperwork.
  • Anthony Martial completes Manchester United move
  • Saido Berahino criticises West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace after fourth Tottenham offer is rejected
  • Chelsea sign defender Papy Djilobodji from Nantes and close in on deal for Reading's Michael Hector.
  • West Ham complete loan signing of Alex Song and Victor Moses while Nikica Jelavic and Michail Antonio arrive on permanent deals.
  • Arsene Wenger reported in Paris to complete signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani from PSG.

Two more late deals to bring to you. Aston Villa have completed the loan signing of Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori, joining as the club's other defensive recruit alongside Joleon Lescott on deadline day.

Elsewhere, Matt Jarvis, one time West Ham's record signing has joined Norwich on another season-long loan.

CONFIRMED: Another deal for Manchester United, albeit a slightly lower profile one. 17-year-old defender Regan Poole has left Newport County to move to Old Trafford. BBC Sport reported earlier today the deal was worth an initial £100k, possibly rising to 400k.

CONFIRMED: Nathan Dyer has dropped in at Leicester via helicopter to sign for the Foxes on a season-long loan from Swansea City.

West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace has released another statement this evening, confirming the Baggies rejected two more offers from Tottenham for Saido Berahino ahead of the transfer deadline. Peace has aimed another shot at Spurs for their reluctance to meet the striker's valuation, but says the club must now focus on 'repairing the damage' left from this saga.

"We have a key player who has been very unsettled by antics which were designed to get him out of our club cheaply.

"Those tactics have continued despite my making our position clear in my first conversation with Daniel Levy on this subject in mid-August.

"I said selling Saido so late in the window was not on our agenda.

"Tottenham's offers failed substantially to reflect Saido's true value while the timing made no allowance for our own recruitment of a suitable replacement for a proven Premier League goalscorer.

"Saido has been unsettled to the point where our Head Coach has not felt able to select him for our last three games.

"We are now left with the task of repairing the damage created by this unfortunate episode."

That follows this tweet from Berahino earlier this evening.

CONFIRMED: Another late deal to bring to you; Nathaniel Chalobah has completed his season-long loan move to Napoli.

We are still waiting confirmation of Everton's move for Aaron Lennon; can we expect more of this tonight?

West Ham were one of the Premier League's busiest sides today; they've signed four players but it look like Emmanuel Adabayor is going nowhere.

Has it been a victory for club power over player power this summer? John Stones, Saido Berahino and Victor Wanyama - three players who all wanted to leave their respective clubs - remain where they are. Everton, West Brom and Southampton all stood firm.

Tiago Ilori from Liverpool to Aston Villa is in place, according to the Independent's Ian Herbert.

It's 6pm! The window is officially closed. Well, sort of. Clubs have another two hours to confirm moves so we are not going anywhere just yet.

Big statement from Manchester United, they have given their new £36m signing Anthony Martial the no. 9 shirt.

CONFIRMED: Chelsea complete the signing of Reading defender Michael Hector, but the 23-year-old will remain on loan at the Royals for the remainder of the season.

With 10 minutes left, what deals are we waiting on, then? Jon Walters is still a Stoke City player despite talk of a move to Leicester, Mile Jedinak remains in the employ of Crystal Palace and Tiago Ilori remains in no-mands land between Sunderland and Aston Villa.

With their transfer business done for the day, West Ham can sit back and indulge in a bit of #banter between Andy Carroll and goalkeeper Adrian.

New Manchester United signing Anthony Martial has been speaking to MUTV following confirmation of his arrival at the club.

I don't feel the pressure. I know there is pressure but I'm ready for it. I'm very happy because it's a big club in England," he continued.

"I'm very proud. I'm very happy because I worked hard for this and my family is very happy about it. I spoke with the coach, Louis van Gaal, and I know that I need to work very hard. It's not easy to speak about myself but I am a very fast player. I hope that everything will go well for me at this club.

CONFIRMED: Another signing for Watford, Victor Ibarbo has joined the club on a season-long loan from Roma.

25 minutes to go then, time for any more deals? Saido Berahino's prospective move to Tottenham is going nowhere quickly and Anthony Martial has completed his move to Manchester United. They could be the biggest two developments of the hour.

While this signing had all the hallmarks of a panic buy, Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal assured the club have been watching the young Frenchman 'for a while'.

Anthony is a naturally talented, young, multi-functional forward with great potential. We have been watching him for a while now and he has developed immensely during his time at AS Monaco.

"I am delighted he has joined Manchester United as I believe this is the right club for him to continue his development as a young player. He has all the attributes to become a top football player; however we need to give him time to adjust to his new environment and the rhythm of the Premier League.

So, it's official. Manchester United have signed Anthony Marital from Monaco. There is no mention of a fee from the club yet but all reports suggest the Premier League side have forked out £36m for the Frenchman, making him the most expensive teenager in history. Here's what he has had to say.

I am so excited to be joining Manchester United. I have enjoyed my time at AS Monaco and I would like to thank them and the fans for everything they have done for me.

"I have always wanted to play in the Premier League and to join the biggest club in the world is what every young footballer dreams of. I am looking forward to meeting my new team-mates and working with Louis van Gaal who has achieved so much in his career.

Here's more on DeAndre Yedlin has had to say about his loan arrival at Sunderland.

I'm delighted to be given the opportunity to play for a club with such great history. I've heard fantastic things about Sunderland and the supporters from Claudio Reyna and Jozy Altidore. Claudio speaks very highly of Dick Advocaat from his time at Rangers."

CONFIRMED: And it's done! Manchester United have completed the signing of Anthony Martial. The Frenchman has signed a four-year deal with the club with the option of a fifth.

CONFIRMED: Tottenham full back DeAndre Yedlin has sealed a season-long move to Sunderland.

Just as things looked to drawing to a rather tame conclusion today, Saido Berahino has kicked off. RIGHT OFF. Surely there isn't time for him to force himself out of West Brom now?

Uh oh. Not long after hearing West Brom have rejected a fourth offer from Tottenham Hotspur, Saido Berahino says he's gone on strike! At least, that's what I think he's saying here.

Speaking of Tottenham, they have apparently failed in their quest to sign Southampton's Victor Wanyama with a bid of cash + Erik Lamela.

Aaron Lennon is likely to exit White Hart Lane before the deadline, however, with a return to Everton on the cards.

An interesting update on the Saido Berahino saga courtesy of the BBC's Pat Murphy:

That rather begs the question of just how low the initial fee would have been for the the striker during Tottenham's previous two offers.

Stoke City are trying to pull off a late deal to sign midfielder Mile Jedinak from Crystal Palace.

Meanwhile, ESPN claim that Manchester United made an ambitious attempt to land Marco Reus during negotiations over the loan of Adnan Janzuaj but were apparently scared off by Borussia Dortmund's hefty £60m valuation.

No more wheeling and dealing to be done at Southampton before 6pm:

To the Championship, where Burnley have cancelled the contract of striker Marvin Sordell by mutual consent. It also appears that Matej Vydra has completed his loan move to Reading less than three months after signing permanently for Watford on a five-year deal.

90 minutes of deadline day remaining, although clubs can still complete deals up to two hours after time expires.

Not much happening now at Tottenham by the sounds of things, although rumours of a third bid for Saido Berahino being rejected by West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace are now doing the rounds. Tony Pulis supposedly went straight home from training this afternoon so it seems any further negotiations are unlikely.

It's fair to say that Chelsea supporters appear fairly underwhelmed by the signing of Papy Djilobodji and the imminent arrival of Michael Hector. Reports are now claiming that the Premier League champions actually failed with two bids for Paris Saint-Germain defender Marquinhos.

Michail Antonio's career has gone from strength-to-strength since he was picked up by Reading from non-league side Tooting and Mitcham in 2008. Although he was ultimately deemed surplus to requirements at Madejski Stadium, he made quite an impression at Sheffield Wednesday and his form for Nottingham Forest has been very good indeed.

Earlier we told you that Watford were confident of sealing a deal for Obbi Oulare of Club Brugge. That deal has now been signed off, with the Belgian U21 striker penning a five-year deal at Vicarage Road.

This one was wrapped up already, but official confirmation has now arrived concerning Michail Antonio's switch from Nottingham Forest to West Ham. Does that complete a busy couple of days for Slaven Bilic?

Staying with Villa, it seems as if Emmanuel Adebayor is another striker who will not be heading to the Midlands. Tim Sherwood had shown significant interest in a reunion with the Tottenham outcast earlier this summer, but no longer.

Quite where this leaves the player is unclear. It is beginning to sound like his contract at White Hart Lane could be cancelled by mutual consent, leaving him free to join a club after the deadline.

No Dimitar Berbatov for Villa then, but they have now completed their second signing of the day in the form of Joleon Lescott. The experienced and versatile defender joins from Midlands rivals West Brom on a two-year contract.

Rumours were abound early on today that former Tottenham, Manchester United and Fulham striker Dimitar Berbatov could be returning to the Premier League with Aston Villa.

The Bulgarian is currently a free agent since being released by Monaco in June, although reports now suggest that his excessive wage demands have put paid to any deal.

One club who look to be very busy today are Watford. The Premier League newcomers have already loaned Miguel Layun and Gabrielle Angella to Porto and QPR respectively, while Matej Vydra appears to be on his way to Reading.

In terms of incomings, Roma striker Victor Ibarbo is reportedly undergoing a medical along with Club Brugge's Obbi Oulare and Abdoulaye Doucoure of Rennes.

As we mentioned earlier, it seems Charlie Austin is now definitely set to stay at QPR.

The question is now whether he decides to leave on a free transfer next summer or sign an improved contract. The option of a cut-price exit in January remains on the cards, of course, although much is likely to depend upon how Chris Ramsey's side fare in the Championship between now and then.

Still all very quiet on the Arsenal front. If they do not complete any business by the deadline, then they will be the only team in Europe's top-five leagues not to have signed an outfield player during this transfer window.

Following on from Nantes' official announcement earlier today, Chelsea have confirmed the arrival of Senegalese centre-back Papy Djilobodji on a four-year contract.

The 27-year-old said: "I'm very happy to sign for a big club like Chelsea and I want to do my best to help the team win titles. I want to thank the club for giving me this opportunity.'

Liverpool full-back Jose Enrique's future remains unresolved. He has been heavily linked with a move to West Brom over recent days and a photoshopped picture of him standing in front of a Baggies badge adorned in a club scarf was doing the rounds on Twitter earlier on.

However, it looks like that potential deal is a non-starter amid possible rival interest from Sunderland.

Yet another signing for Queens Park Rangers, who have brought in Italian defender Gabriele Angella from Watford on a season-long loan deal.

Aston Villa have had a busy summer in the transfer market, with Tim Sherwood making no fewer than 10 new signings during his first summer window at the club.

You can now make that 11 following confirmation that Montenegrin goalkeeper Matija Sarkic has joined on a three-year deal from Anderlecht.

Southampton have long been on the trail of Celtic centre-back Virgil van Dijk and the Saints have now confirmed his arrival on a five-year contact.

In a rather worrying indictment of modern football, it seems that the relatives of club owners are in a position to confirm transfers now. Jack Sullivan, son of West Ham co-chairman David, has announced the arrival of Michail Antonio via his personal Twitter account.

Derby County have completed the signing of midfielder Jacob Butterfield from championship rivals Huddersfield Town.

Meanwhile, Watford have allowed Miguel Layún to join Porto on a season-long loan deal.

One player who has not featured anywhere near as prominently as expected in the gossip columns over the last few days is Charlie Austin. The QPR striker, who scored 18 goals in the Premier League last term, has patiently waited for a move to materialise while playing a key role for Chris Ramsey's side upon their return to the Championship.

However, it now looks as if he is set to stay at Loftus Road and see out his current deal which is due to expire in 2016.

Following on from the Victor Moses news this morning, Chelsea have handed another new four-year contract to Isaiah Brown. The 18-year-old midfielder is currently on loan at Eredivisie outfit Vitesse.

News of one confirmed deal to bring you as Crystal Palace fan favourite Glenn Murray leaves Selhurst Park for newly-promoted Bournemouth. The fee involved is believed to be in the region of £5m.

It seems that the stalemate holding up Michail Antonio's proposed transfer to West Ham has finally been resolved. The Nottingham Forest winger is said to be undergoing a medical as we speak.

Reading between the lines a little, it seems that Keylor Navas may not have been too keen on a move to Manchester United. You get the feeling there is a lot more mileage left in this particular saga.

A little good luck message from former club Lyon ahead of Anthony Martial's imminent switch to Manchester United...

Here is more on that intriguing statement:

Switching focus back to the David de Gea transfer saga for a moment, Real Madrid have just released a statement that appears to lay the blame firmly at Manchester United's door.

The initial Spanish version can be found here, while we will bring you the English equivalent in full as soon as we get it.

A few whispers around social media now that Chelsea will immediately loan Hector back to Reading for the rest of the season, with Papy Djilobodji set for an immediate introduction to the first-team squad.

Tottenham appear very eager indeed to add another midfielder to their ranks as well as at least one new forward by tonight's 6pm deadline.

The club reportedly failed in an attempt to sign Belgian international Axel Witsel yesterday, and here's what the Zenit St Petersburg man has had to say about it...

Chelsea's proposed deal for Michael Hector is currently dominating the agenda, unsurprisingly. The 23-year-old was arguably Reading's most consistent performer during a difficult 2014/15 campaign, although he has been restricted to a place on the substitutes' bench of late due to the excellent form of Paul McShane and Anton Ferdinand.

He only signed a new three-year deal at Madejski Stadium in June, so you would have to presume that £4m agreement features a number of add-ons and perhaps a hefty sell-on clause.

News from ex-Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp, who is confident of his former club will complete a deadline day move for Saido Berahino. Video below.

Leicester City interested in signing Jonathan Walters from Stoke. Norwich City have had two bids rejected and Walters has handed in a transfer request in order to leave the Britannia Stadium. We wait with baited breath for an answer to that tug of war.

Chelsea closing in on a second defensive signing on deadline day in the form of Michael Hector from Reading, according to Sky Sports. That would be a turn up for the books.

News from the Championship where Leicester City has joined Bristol City on loan. Very handy addition for the Ashton Gate club, who have acquired Moore until January.

So David de Gea goes from having one foot in the door at Manchester United to being in contention to play against Liverpool after the international break. A bizarre turnaround. Will be interesting to hear how Louis van Gaal plans to deal with De Gea throughout the remainder of the season.

Sky Sports reporting that Real Madrid will not appeal to the Spanish Football Federation over their failure to submit the necessary paperwork to sign David de Gea from Manchester United. De Gea will remain at United, Keylor Navas will stay in Spain.

Rumours doing the rounds on Twitter that Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has called a press conference for 12:30pm to discuss the collapse of David de Gea's move to the Bernabeu. No confirmation of this as yet but we will keep abreast of developments in Spain.

The Guardian understand that while one exit from Manchester United had fallen through, the exit of James Wilson on loan could yet be completed on deadline day. Though United will be left with just three senior strikers when they complete the signing of Anthony Martial, Wilson will be allowed to leave. Tottenham and West Brom are understood to be the clubs concerned.

West ham United's business this summer is far from done and it seems likely that Michail Antonio will become the club's fourth addition of deadline day from Nottingham Forest. That would cap a decent day of work from the east London side.

Six hours of the summer transfer window remaining. Worth remembering that as long as preliminary paperwork is completed by the 6pm deadline, clubs can be given an extension of two hours in order to complete the deal. No such margin for error was permitted to Real Madrid of course.

What of Charlie Austin on this deadline day? The QPR hitman has been linked with a host of clubs since Rangers dropped out of the Premier League last term, during which Austin netted 18 goals. West Brom, Newcastle, Tottenham, Crystal Palace and Bournemouth have all registered an interest, but latest reports suggest Manchester United could launch a bid. Now that would be something.b Surely though, Austin will not end the day at Loftus Road.

Sky Sports understand that Joleon Lescott has passed a medical at Aston Villa and in Manchester, Anthony Martial has also agreed to a move to Old Trafford after undergoing a medical. We await confirmation from both parties.

Nantes have confirmed that defender Papy Djilobodji has joined Chelsea on a four-year deal. we await a statement from the Premier League champions but that deal looks done.

West Ham United confirm the signing of Nikica Jelavic from Hull City on a two-year deal. The Hammers' third addition of the day and I am informed there are more to come on deadline day.

Worth mentioning that confirmation of Victor Moses' loan move to West ham means Emmanuel Adebayor's switch from Tottenham will have to be permanent, with the Hammers having used up their loan quota. That is a big hitch on a deal which was already up in the air. Aston Villa could pounce.

With Tottenham's pursuit of Victor Wanyama dead in the water, the club have attempts to conclude a deal for West Ham's Cheikhou Kouyate. The Daily Mail understand the club's £15m bid has been rejected.

Another line from that Evening Standard story regarding Arsene Wenger's trip to Paris includes a mention that the club are interested in signing Zlatan Ibrahimovic. It is no secret that PSG have offered the Swede around to some of Europe's biggest club's, but a move to north London would be among the biggest deadline day deals ever done. Surely Wenger isn't about to pull a rabbit out of the hat?

West Ham United confirm the loan signing of Victor Moses. The Nigerian has also signed a new four-year deal with Chelsea. Should be the first of many through the door at Upton Park today.

Bournemouth set to make a second signing on deadline day in the form of River Plate's Tomas Andrade, who has just arrived at Dean Court ahead of his move to the Premier League.

Update from the finance kings at Deloitte who have calculate that Premier League clubs' spending in the window currently stands at £790m, just £40m short of the record which was set last summer.

Deloitte Premier League spending

More from the Evening Standard regarding Arsenal, who are maiking a last ditch attempt to sign Edison Cavani from PSG. Arsene Wenger is in the French capital today and is also hopeful of signing Adrien Radiot. The only potential hitch, including the obvious time restrictions, is with the French window having already closed the Ligue 1 champions do not have the opportunity to sign a replacement. That could kill the deal.

Some news from Fifa regarding David de Gea's failure to join Real Madrid. Enquiries over a possible appeal being directed towards Real and United.

A very curious story doing the rounds this morning. Galatasaray interested in signing Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. It is a deal made all the more strange given that the Turkish transfer window closed on Monday, ensuring a deal cannot be completed. Nevertheless, Arsenal are expected to resist any interest.

A transfer story maybe not for today, but certain one to stew over for the next few months. The Evening Standard understand Chelsea will reignite their interest in Everton's John Stones during the January transfer window. The Blues will make one signing on deadline day however in the form of Papy Djilobodji however.

AFC Bournemouth are set to add to their forward line in the form of Glenn Murray from Crystal Palace. Murray has turned up at Dean Court for a medical and it set to be confirmed as the latest addition made by the Cherries this summer. Meanwhile, that should kill Dwight Gayle's exit stone dead.

No question that the big story of the day surrounds a deal that is not happening, but what about the second move which has fallen through in the form of Keylor Navas' move to Old Trafford. The Costa Rica international has been messed around by Real since moving to the Bernabeu and having changed his mind and accepted an offer to move to United, his career is now in a state of flux.

Aston Villa will be among the most active of the clubs in the Premier League, with a defender and a striker on their wishlist. Joleon Lescott appears likely to arrive from West Brom, but the signing of a forward is move complex. Crystal Palace have rejected a £6m bid for Dwight Gayle while another target in Emmanuel Adebayor looks like he is on his way to West Ham.

The latest in what I fancy will be several twists in the David de Gea saga, Sky Sports understand that the documentation which Real claim they sent late to the Spanish Football Federation, was in fact never submitted at all. The plot thickens.

Jose Enrique's days at Liverpool appear to be numbered with the Spain full-back understood to be close to a move to West Brom. It could be a busy day at The Hawthorns with Jon Walters on the club's radar. Of course the big story surrounds Saido Berahino, and we await news on Tottenham's next move regarding that deal.

For those of you just waking to the news that David de Gea's move to Real Madrid has stalled, and could yet be off altogether, here are the key reasons why the deal has failed to be completed.

  • It appears that Real Madrid failed to complete the correct paperwork in time on the Fifa TMS portal which is used to register transfers between two clubs. The information inserted by both clubs must match up (fees, schedule etc) but the details were not completed before the deadline.
  • Once the data has been received by the national governing body, in this case the Spanish Football Federation, then they apply for an International Transfer Certificate.
  • Manchester United claim that they inserted the data which allowed for the ITC to been applied for. Real are seemingly conceding that they missed the 11pm deadline but will appeal to Fifa, citing technical issues.
  • An appeal to the Spanish Federation is likely to fail given recent precedent so Real face an uphill task to complete the deal, which could also see Kaylor Navas move in the other direction.
  • United are said to be relaxed about the situation but the episode if a huge blow to Real, who end the transfer window without a marque summer signing.

Barely five minutes into our live coverage and another Premier League club have confirmed their first deadline day signing. Everton have completed the capture of Ramiro Funes Mori on a five-year deal. The Toffees are also chasing a number 10 before the 6pm deadline.

Welcome to coverage of the final nine hours of the 2015 summer transfer window, a day which promises to be as dramatic as ever as Premier League and Football League clubs attempt to complete their squads for the new season with last minute deals. Several big moves are expected to be completed today, but it is the one move that has fallen through that is dominating the headlines. We will have the latest on David de Gea, Manchester United and Real Madrid as the day goes on, plus details of all the other major moves. It could be quite a day.