Transfer deadline day: Latest news...

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The January transfer window is almost closed, and with just a few hours to conduct their business, clubs are frantically trying to seal some new arrivals.

This page will be constantly updated throughout the day with all the deadline day deals. We also have details of all the major moves to have taken place this January which can be found by clicking here, or clicking on the image to the right.

THE LATEST TRANSFER DEADLINE DAY DEALS:

Asmir Begovic; to Stoke; from Portsmouth; £3.25m

Lathaniel Rowe-Turner; to Torquay; from Leicester; undisclosed

Paul Huntington; to Stockport; from Leeds; free

Michael Tonge; to Derby County; from Stoke; loan

David Healy; to Ipswich; from Sunderland; loan

Adam Johnson; to Manchester City; from Middlesbrough; undisclosed

Alan Hutton; to Sunderland; from Tottenham; loan

Ollie Lancashire; to Grimsby; from Southampton; loan

Marvin Sordell; to Tranmere; from Watford; loan

Daryl Murphy; to Ipswich; from Sunderland; loan

Wayne Brown; to Bristol Rovers; from Fulham; loan

Toni Kallio; to Sheffield United; from Fulham; loan

Darryl Duffy; to Carlisle; from Bristol Rovers; loan

Marcelo Moreno; to Wigan; from Shakhtar Donetsk; loan

Christopher Buchtmann; to Fulham; from Liverpool; undisclosed

John Akinde; to Brentford; from Bristol City; undisclosed

Tamas Priskin; to QPR; from Ipswich; loan

Daniel Cousin; to Larissa; from Hull; loan

Troy Archibald-Henville; to Exeter; from Tottenham; undisclosed

Leon Best; to Newcastle; from Coventry; undisclosed

Benni McCarthy; to West Ham; from Blackburn; undisclosed

Ben Marshall; to Carlisle; from Stoke; loan

David Nugent; to Burnley; from Portsmouth; loan

Akpo Sodje; to Charlton; from Sheffield Wednesday; loan

Frank Fielding; to Rochdale; from Blackburn; loan

Temitope Obadeyi; to Rochdale; from Bolton; loan

Vincent Weijl; to Helmond Sport; from Liverpool; loan

David Martin; to Leeds; from Liverpool; loan

Edson Braafheid; to Celtic; from Bayern Munich; loan

Nicky Shorey; to Fulham; from Aston Villa; loan

Kyle Naughton; to Middlesbrough; from Tottenham; loan

Marcus Bent; to QPR; from Birmingham; loan

Stefano Okaka; to Fulham; from Roma; loan

Victor Moses; to Wigan; from Crystal Palace; undisclosed

Steven Lennon; to Lincoln; from Rangers; loan

Andwele Slory; to West Brom; from Feyernoord; undisclosed

Javan Vidal; to Derby County; from Manchester City; loan

Nyron Nosworthy; to Sheffield United; from Sunderland; loan

Alessandro Pellicori; to AC Mantova; from QPR; loan

Diomansy Kamara; to Celtic; from Fulham; loan

Paul Slane; to Celtic; from Motherwell; undisclosed

Geremi; to Ankaragucu; from Newcastle; loan

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