1. Yannick Bolasie from Crystal Palace to Tottenham Hotspur
The Crystal Palace winger has been linked with Tottenham all summer long and the north London club are ready to make a concrete offer for Bolasie, according to the Daily Mirror.
Spurs are in desperate need of a wide man and, should they land the speedy 26-year-old, the deal could change the landscape of the Premier League in that Crystal Palace will be greatly hindered, while Tottenham will be far better off.
2. Charlie Austin from Queens Park Rangers to Newcastle United
The QPR striker has been linked with everyone under the sun during the transfer window but Newcastle have consistently remained favourites for his signature. Now, they still are, according to Sky Bet.
QPR appear to be inviting bidders and Newcastle are putting an awful lot of faith into a strikeforce containing Ayoze Perez, a 20-year-old and a man with a very troublesome injury record. Will Steve McClaren and co bite the bullet before Deadline Day and bring Austin to the Magpies?
Like Newcastle, West Ham are short of a striker, with the son of co-owner David Sullivan, Jack, recently confirming the Hammers are still in the market for a forward. And there sits Javier Hernandez on the Manchester United bench.
His first-team chances at Old Trafford appear limited and, if West Ham can agree a fee and satisfy the player's demands, Chicharito could be a very big signing indeed for the Irons.
4. John Stones from Everton to Chelsea
Chelsea have been linked with Everton defender John Stones for some time now, with BBC Sport pundit Alan Shearer encouraging the young Englishman to make the move. Should any deal go ahead, it could potentially be a title-deciding one.
Chelsea have obvious issues up front but, defensively, Stones could fix a huge amount of problems for Jose Mourinho's men.
Finally, Celtic's Virgil van Dijk could yet play a big part in deciding the outcome of the Premier League season before even kicking a ball. Indeed, the Bhoys defender has been linked with both Everton and Southampton, with Sky Bet ranking the Saints as heavy favourites to sign the Dutchman.
The difference between the Toffees and Southampton was palpable on Saturday afternoon but the 24-year-old could make a huge difference at St Mary's.