When is transfer deadline day and who could make a last minute move?

The January transfer window closes on Tuesday, but when is the deadline for Premier League clubs? Is it the same across Europe? Who are the big names still linked with a move? And how can you follow all the action?

  • Chelsea’s pursuit of World Cup star Enzo Fernandez could go down to the wire
  • Tottenham’s search for a wingback goes on as Pedro Porro deal is off 
  • Follow all the updates as Sportsmail brings you all the latest transfer news

The January transfer window is coming to an end with several clubs looking to get last-minute deals over the line.

Chelsea’s pursuit of Benfica midfielder Enzo Fernandez could go down to the wire as the two clubs look to agree a fee.

Pedro Porro’s move to Tottenham Hotspur has been thrown into doubt, with Antonio Conte’s side potentially now to miss out on their primary January target.

Enzo Fernandez (left) has been linked with a big move to Premier League side, Chelsea

Pedro Porro looked set to move to Tottenham, but the deal has recently collapsed 

Inter Milan forward, Romelu Lukaku, has been linked with a surprise move to Tottenham. 

Moises Caicedo’s future at Brighton is in major doubt, with Arsenal leading the race for his signature.

Sportsmail breaks down everything you need to know about transfer deadline day and how you can keep up-to-date with the latest news concerning your team.  

When does the transfer window close across Europe? 

The January transfer window comes to a close on Tuesday, January 31. 

Teams in England will have until 11pm to make any last-minute signings. In Scotland, the window shuts at 11.59pm UK time on the 31st. 

Teams across England will have until 11pm to get any last minute deals over the line 

Anthony Gordon’s move to Newcastle has shocked many fans across the nation 

In Europe, the Bundesliga window shuts at 5pm, Serie A at 7pm, La Liga at 11pm and Ligue 1 at 11.59pm on the 31.

Despite league’s across Europe strict on deal’s being made before the window, club’s can still sign players after the window has closed. As long as the paperwork is sent to the correct officials before 11pm, deal sheets offer two-hour extensions to clubs to get signings over the line.

How to watch deadline day

With deadline day around the corner, many fans will be wondering how they can watch all the key moves.

Sky Sports will be providing live coverage of all the drama as it unfolds and will keep fans up-to-date with all the major moves across the UK and Europe. 

You can also follow Sportsmail’s live coverage of all the last-minute deals and everything major that happens across the UK and Europe.

We will be running our live transfer news runner from 7am on Tuesday, with a new live show, Deadline Day Confidential, going out at 9am, 12pm and 5pm.

Who has made big moves so far? 

Despite many clubs looking to do business on deadline day, many have already made several signings throughout the month. 

Mykhailo Mudryk’s move to Chelsea shows the club’s intent to turn their season around

So far, Graham Potter’s Chelsea have made the biggest moves in the window after signing the likes of Malo Gusto, Noni Madueke, Mykhailo Mudryk, Benoit Badiashile and Joao Felix.

Anthony Gordon’s big money move to Newcastle has shocked many, while Arnaut Danjuma made the switch to Tottenham from Villarreal. 

Who could still make a big money move? 

Enzo Fernandez’s potential move to Chelsea will be the main talking point across deadline day, with Potter’s side eager to get a deal done. 

Romelu Lukaku has been linked with a potential move back to the Premier League

Stuttgart midfielder Nauirou Ahamada has been linked with a move to Crystal Palace as the club look to secure his signature. 

Former Arsenal defender, Hector Bellerin, has been linked with a move to Sporting Lisbon. However, after the Porro deal collapsed, many will be wondering if the Portuguese side will still go in for the fullback. 

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