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

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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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Lampard key to Everton move, says Van de Beek

Van de Beek says Frank Lampard was a key part of his decision to join Everton: “I had a really positive meeting with the new coach. We have the same ideas about football and he had a lot of influence on my decision.”

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... but is Dele Alli a done deal?

Everton also want Dele Alli from Spurs and he is reportedly undergoing a medical at Goodison this evening, yet it sounds as if Newcastle are attempting to hijack the deal. Is there time?

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Everton capture Van de Beek...

Donny van de Beek has joined Everton on loan until the end of the season – it has the look of a potentially fantastic short-term boost for Frank Lampard’s new team, and a good escape route for the Dutch midfielder after a troubled start to life at Manchester United.

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Done deal! Brighton sign and loan back Undav

An intriguing signing, this one. Brighton capture German striker Deniz Undav from Belgian club Union Saint-Gilloise. Tony Bloom owns both Brighton and Union SG, who are in a stunning title battle after getting promoted to the top flight last summer, and presumably the striker’s loan back to the Union is in order to help preserve their title push at the top of the Belgian Pro League.

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Matt Targett: ‘It all happened so quick'

Matt Targett has spoken after joining Newcastle until the end of the season on loan from Aston Villa, sounding a bit like he had no great desire to go on loan.

“It happened all so quick, I got a phone call last night to say they’d agreed a loan with Villa, so happy to be here and can’t wait to get my teeth stuck in,” Targett told nufc.co.uk. “Looking from afar, you see all the players they’ve been linked with, the new owners, it’s exciting times to be here.

“I found out last night, I was back down south with my family and I had to rush back to Birmingham and speak to my agent. I had a brief phone call with Eddie Howe yesterday evening, he said he’s looking forward to working with me and I’m looking forward to working with him.”

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Nike suspends relationship with Greenwood

Here is the latest news on Manchester United’s Mason Greenwood, after Nike suspended its relationship with the striker:

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Lingard not going anywhere on deadline day

Here’s all the latest from our Northern Football Correspondent, Mark Critchley:

Jesse Lingard is expected to stay at Manchester United after the collapse of his potential loan to Newcastle United during the final hours of the January transfer window.

Talks with Newcastle over the 29-year-old have ended, with Lingard now set to see out the last six months of his United contract at Old Trafford.

Newcastle revived their bid to sign Lingard on Monday, having pulled out of talks with United last week over their desired loan fee and a £12m bonus for avoiding relegation.

Ralf Rangnick, United’s interim manager, was willing to allow Lingard to leave though the Old Trafford hierarchy has concluded he will stay for the rest of the season.

West Ham also revived their interest in Lingard though United have been reluctant to let players join clubs also competing to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

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City starlet McAtee set to stay

James McAtee is one of the brightest young prospects around and the Manchester City striker is set to stay at the club to continue his development, rather than go out on loan.

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Tottenham's Lo Celso joins Villarreal on loan

Giovani Lo Celso is yet another Spurs midfielder heading for the exit, and he joins Villarreal on loan. Antonio Conte is clearly not messing around this January: Kulusevski and Bentancur have joined from Juventus, while Ndombele, Lo Celso and Gil have all departed on loan, with Dele Alli close to joining Everton.

Giovani Lo Celso has not managed to hold down a first-team place at Spurs

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Done deal! Newcastle loan Matt Targett

Newcastle have captured Matt Targett on loan from Aston Villa until the end of the season. The left-back is out of favour at Villa after Steven Gerrard signed Lucas Digne, and Targett is seeking regular game time.

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