Leeds United turn down huge Cardiff City bid, Nottingham Forest complete Hobbs signing, Queens Park Rangers land Manchester United and West Ham strikers, Middlesbrough miss-out on two, but sign Sunderland striker and Watford sign Arsenal's South Korean international.
Oldham sign Jon Stead from Huddersfield Town on an emergency loan deal.
Doncaster Rovers have signed Manchester United goalkeeper Sam Johnstone. The 20-year-old has joined Rovers on an one-month loan deal.
DRFC Rovers sign Manchester United goalkeeper http://t.co/qpfkjeRAfn— Vital Doncaster (@VitalDoncaster) January 31, 2014
According to journalist Alan Nixon, Leeds United turned down a mega £6m bid for club-captain Ross McCormack. The 27-year-old has told Sky Sports News of his disappointment at the situation at Leeds and it's thought that up to six teams came knocking for the Scotland international.
Later confirmed by former Wigan manager Owen Coyle:
Cardiff £6m offer for McCormack turned down! says Owen Coyle on BBC 1 #lufc— Alan Biggs (@AlanBiggs1) January 31, 2014
According to Sky Sports transfer centre: Middlesbrough have had a bid rejected for Feyenoord star Lex Immers, whilst a deal for Graham Dorrans has fallen through, due to a hold-up at the West Brom end.
Wolverampton Wanderers have beaten the deadline to sign highly-rated defender Kortney Hause from Wycombe Wanderers.
Club delighted with the signing of young defender @DaRealKPDH Welcome to Wolves Kortney!— Wolves (@OfficialWolves) January 31, 2014
Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi has confirmed that Hull City defender Jack Hobbs has officially signed on a four-and-a-half-year deal. Hobbs has played a huge part in Nottingham Forest's promotion push so far this season.
Jack Hobbs is a Red. He has signed a four-and-a-half-year deal. Welcome back. #nffc— @FAWAZ_ALHASAWI (@fawaz_alhasawi1) January 31, 2014
Queens Park Rangers have completed the signing of Manchester United youngster Will Keane, becoming Harry Redknapp's fourth signing of the day..
QPR FC (@OfficialQPR) January 31, 2014
Reading have rejected a last minute bid from Cardiff City for top goalscorer Adam Le Fondre. The report also indicates the Berkshire club have also fought off competition for goalkeeper Alex McCarthy and winger Gareth McCleary.
Watford have signed Arsenal forward Park Chu-Young on loan until the end of the season, subject to Premier League clearance. The 28-year-old South Korean has just the one Premier League appearance to his name at Arsenal, but had a fairly successful loan to Celta Vigo last season.
OFFICIAL: #watfordfc have signed Arsenal forward Park Chu-Young on loan until the end of the season, subject to Premier League clearance.— Official #watfordfc (@watfordfcsays) January 31, 2014
Crystal Palace get the Tom Ince deal done before the transfer window shut, according to reports from The Daily and Sunday Express. Ince, 22, has been talking to a number of Premier League sides in this past week to try and iron out a deal that best suits his future.
Sky Sports have also confirmed that Joe Ledley has also beat the transfer deadline.
DONE DEAL: Crystal Palace confirm signing of Tom Ince and Joe Ledley - latest on #SSN— Sky Sports News (@SkySportsNews) January 31, 2014
Queens Park Rangers have announced their 5th signing of the day in Modibo Maiga, as confirmed on their official twitter page.
The big West Ham striker will come in to compete for a first team place, after a big influx of strikers pile through the door at Loftus Road.
Sunderland have given confirmation that Danny Graham has joined Middlesbrough on loan until the end of the season.
Danny Graham has joined @Boro on loan until the end of the season.— Sunderland AFC (@SAFCofficial) January 31, 2014
Graham, 28, will be looking to get back to the form he was in last time he played Championship football. He scored 24 goals in 45 games in the 10/11 season, before making a £3.5m switch to newly promoted Swansea City
That concludes our Football League deadline day round-up. Although, Football League fans shouldn't fear too much if you aren't happy - the 'emergency' loan window opens next Friday!
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