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Transfer deadline day LIVE reaction: Arsenal, Liverpool, Newcastle, Man Utd, Leeds, Tottenham latest deals

Follow all the latest news, rumours and deals on a frenetic day in the Premier League and beyond

Premier League transfer round-up: Tottenham aim for double signing

Transfer deadline day is here with several Premier League teams looking set for a busy end to the window. Everton are aiming to sign Dele Alli on a permanent deal from Tottenham following the appointment of Frank Lampard, who has offered the former England international a chance to revive his career. It comes after Spurs completed the double signing of Dejan Kulusevski and Rodrigo Bentancur from Juventus, with Tanguy Ndombele also leaving the club after agreeing to rejoin Lyon on loan until the end of the season.

Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang arrived in Barcelona earlier on deadline day, with the move at one stage looking off. That seems to have changed and he has had a medical in Spain - it could be confirmed in the early hours. Jesse Lingard is now staying at Man United after a loan move broke down, while Donny van de Beek has secured a departure, moving on loan to Everton. Rangers, meanwhile, have completed the signing of Aaron Ramsey on loan from Juventus - but Liverpool’s move for Fabio Carvalho fell through late on.

We’ve brought you all the late rumours and done deals right here and the transfer window is now closed in the Premier League and Championship. Follow all the latest transfer updates from deadline day below:

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Transfer window...closed! Sort of - deal sheet in for Dele Alli

There you go, we’re at 11pm GMT and the transfer deadline has passed. If teams are still working on transfers and loans, they need to have had a deal sheet accepted by the leagues related - as is the case for Dele Alli and Everton.

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January transfer deadline fast approaching...

Technically we’re in the final minutes of the window, although we all know these things tend to run on past the actual hour of the dealine.

Clubs can apply for an extension to complete deals, which apparently looks like it might be the case with Fabio Carvalho and Dele Alli in particular. Meanwhile, Sport in Spain say Arsenal must complete the termination of Aubameyang’s contract this side before they can announce his signing in Spain.

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Newcastle complete signing of Dan Burn from Brighton

Newcastle land their man at the back! A six-week-long search (at least) for a new centre-back has seen a whole host of names linked but it is Dan Burn from Brighton who they have brought in.

A £13m fee was reported earlier in the week - he’s the one they hope can make them stop being so leaky at the back. Along with Kieran Trippier at right-back, that’s half a new defence in this month for the Magpies.

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Cantwell leaves on loan for Bournemouth

Big fall from grace for Todd Cantwell, once linked with the Premier League’s top teams and now unable to break into Norwich’s line-up.

He’s off to the Championship and it’s another one in for Bournemouth - who have a £10m option to buy him this summer, according to reports.

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Deadline day transfers around Europe

Here are a few deals completed this afternoon around Europe:

  • Former Arsenal and West Ham forward Lucas Perez has rocked up at Elche, back at home in Spain these days.
  • Reading striker George Puscas has departed for Italy and second-tier side Pisa, on loan.
  • Atletico Madrid have landed left-back Reinildo on a three-year deal from Lille.
  • Juventus signed Denis Zakaria from Borussia Monchengladbach, filling the void left by Aaron Ramsey (Rangers) and Rodrigo Bentancur (Spurs).
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Palace turn Mateta loan into permanent deal

Jean-Philippe Mateta is now a Crystal Palace striker on a permanent basis!

His 18-month loan included a permanent option with the Eagles have now taken up, signing him on a four-and-a-half year deal from Mainz.

“I’m happy. I want to say thank you to the gaffer [Patrick Vieira], he trusted in me. And [thank you to] Dougie [Freedman], the Chairman [Steve Parish] and the team and the fans also, and my family,” he said.

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Deadline day memories for the former Spurs and Real Madrid star

You’d have loved to land Rafael van der Vaart on deadline day at your club, wouldn’t you? Admit it.

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Hull City confirm signing of Allahyar Sayyadmanesh

The Tigers have jumped into the mix late on and confirmed the loan of Fenerbahce striker Allahyar Sayyadmanesh. The 20-year-old Iranian has been on loan at Zorya in Ukraine in the first half of the season, netting seven times there.

He has been capped four times at senior international level, too.

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Aston Villa turn down third bid for Douglas Luiz

Douglas Luiz might be leaving Aston Villa in summer, but they want to keep hold of him. The Athletic’s David Ornstein says they’ll try to renew his deal which expires in summer 2023 - and have turned down three bids for him this month.

The last of those came today on deadline day, with Newcastle and Arsenal noted as “admirers” without stating they were among the clubs who made offers.

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Chelsea to seal Burstow signing

Premier League teams signing youngsters and loaning them straight back to Football League teams looks set to be a theme of this last hour.

Liverpool want to do so with Carvalho - Chelsea are on the verge of doing so with Mason Burstow, who will go back to Charlton for the season.

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