The 2015/16 Premier League season has already begun – and teams are running out of time to add to their squads.
But when does the window actually close? And where can you keep up to date with all the latest deals?
Here is everything you need to know as the transfer window draws to a close.
The window itself shuts at 6pm today, which is earlier than last year when it closed at 11pm.
The window closes on a later date, but earlier time than we’re normally used to.
That is because of the Bank Holiday and the window has to close on a working day.
The window closes at 6pm because teams have to register their players for the Champions League by midnight.
However, the window closes at different times in different countries round Europe. Below are some of the closing times for the other major leagues.
Germany closed yesterday at 18:00, while Spain, France, Holland, Portugal, Belguim, Russia close their transfer window at midnight tonight.
However, Italy, Turkey and Scotland’s window closed an hour earlier at 23:00.
The next transfer window opens on January 1, 2016.
The Premier League record, which was set during last summer transfer window, is £835m.
Will there be more money spent this year?
So far, the highest fee paid by a British club is £59.7m for Angel Di Maria, Real Madrid to Manchester United.
Highest fee received by a British club – and most expensive British player – is Gareth Bale, Tottenham to Real Madrid, for £85.3m.
The most expensive English player is Raheem Sterling, who Manchester City signed from Liverpool for £45m plus £4m add-ons.