Transfer deadline day has finally arrived, and a number of Scottish clubs are looking to make signings.
Meanwhile in England there is expected to be a lot of activity in the Premier League.
The transfer window will close at midnight in Scotland and 11pm in England.
Scottish rumours and deals
Midfielder Ross Callachan has signed for Hearts from Raith Rovers.
Dundee United have fended off interest from Southampton for full-back Jamie Robson, however the Premier League side look unlikely to give up.
Celtic have been linked with a loan deal for PSG’s Odsonne Edouard as Brendan Rodgers looks to strengthen his attacking options. The side are also looking to beef up their defence today. (Daily Express)
Spurs have apparently held talks with the agent of Hoops striker Moussa Dembele. (Scottish Sun)
Rangers are still keen to sign Hearts striker Jamie Walker, with talks between the two sides apparently reopening. (The Scottish Sun)
Cardiff City defender, Declan John, has joined Rangers on a season-long loan. (The Sun)
Hibs have apparently rejected a £1.5million bid for midfielder John McGinn from Nottingham Forest. (Daily Record)
Hamilton have signed Swansea City striker Botti Biabi on a four-month loan deal. (Daily Record)
Hamilton Accies have announced the signing of Swansea City striker Botti Biabi on a four-month loan deal.
Motherwell could profit to the tune of £750,000 as former player Marvin Johnson closes in on a £3million move to Middlesbrough from Oxford United. The Scots club sold him to Oxford for £650,000 last year. (Daily Record)
Premier League side Swansea have apparently made a £800,000 bid for Falkirk’s Tony Gallacher, but he is apparently ready to remain in Scotland. (Daily Mail)
Aberdeen FC boss Derek McInnes has not ruled out bringing in more new players to his squad before the end of the day. (Daily Record)
The Tangerines have confirmed the signing of 19-year-old striker Joe Piggott on a two-year-deal.
Dundee boss Neil McCann has snapped up AJ Leitch-Smith on loan from English League One side Shrewsbury Town.
Falkirk have signed Hearts defender Jordan McGhee on a one year deal. (Daily Record)
Kerr Waddell has signed a new contract with Dundee keeping him at the club until 2019.
Aberdeen striker Jayden Stockley has returned to Exeter City.
Partick Thistle have taken on former Dundee man Paul McGinn.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has signed for Liverpool from Arsenal.
Reds striker Divock Origi has moved to Wolfsburg on a season-long loan. (The Guardian)
In perhaps the most amazing signing that will be made today, Bayern Munich star Renato Sanches is joining Swansea on a season-long loan. (The Sun)
Fernando Llorente is reportedly having a medical at Spurs ahead of a move away from Swansea. (Sky Sports)
PSG defender Serge Aurier is officially moving to Tottenham. (BBC Sport)
A deal for Virgil Van Djik from Southampton could also be on the cards. (The Times)
Man City are set to make a £70million bid for Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez. (The Independent)
The Gunners are also bidding to sign Julian Draxler from PSG (The Guardian)
Diego Costa could be on his way back to Athletico Madrid from Chelsea, as the club considers a £49million bid. (The Sun)
Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs all want to sign Everton star Ross Barkley. (Mirror Sport)
West Brom defender Jonny Evans’ move to City appears to be hanging in the balance. (Daily Telegraph)
West Ham are hoping to secure a season-long loan for Arsenal’s Jack Wilshere. (The Sun)
Crystal Palace have made a £23million bid to sign Man City defender Eliaquim Mangala. (BBC Sport)
They have also agreed a fee for Everton’s Oumar Niasse. (BBC Sport)
Barcelona, Chelsea and Spurs are apparently all keen on signing Leicester City midfielders, Riyad Mahrez. (BBC Sport)
Everton midfielder Aaron Lennon could sign for Burnley today. (BBC Sport)
The biggest news is that PSG have signed Monaco wunderkind Kylian Mbappe on a season-long loan with an option to buy next year. (BBC Sport)
But there’s only really one transfer deadline day story for us…
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