According to Sky Sports, Kyle Lafferty's move to former club Sion has fallen through, leaving the Norwich City forward in limbo as we enter the final day of the transfer window.
The 28-year-old joined Norwich all the way back in the summer of 2014, but has played only 23 games for the Canaries, and heh as been frozen out of the team at Carrow Road by manager Alex Neil.
A move has been expected for some time, especially after Lafferty hit seven goals in qualifying for the European Championships, with the striker firing Northern Ireland to the tournament in France this summer.
Lafferty needs games ahead of that competition, but has rejected a return to former club Sion, stating that he wants to stay in England instead.
One of the main English clubs hoping to sign Lafferty is Leeds United, with manager Steve Evans telling the Yorkshire Evening Post at the start of the January transfer window that he wanted to bring the giant forward to Elland Road.
That deal hasn't gone through, but as we head into the final hours of the transfer window, Leeds fans again have hope of a deal for Lafferty after his failed move to Sion.
Fans took to Twitter to state that they hope to see Lafferty sign on at Elland Road before the end of the day, offering Evans a much-needed boost in attack after Chris Wood's injury.
Other want to see players like Aiden McGeady, Tom Lawrence, Anthony Limbombe and Liam Moore join Leeds today, but Lafferty is a popular name amongst supporters - can Evans get the deal done today?
Lafferty move to Sion falls through, there's a perfect opportunity there now #lufc— Mark Ramm (@rammy79) January 31, 2016
Keeping our players is the first priority! If we sign Limbombe and loan Lafferty I will be happy! #lufc— Leedsfan (@Leedsfan75) January 31, 2016
Lafferty, limbombe and Liam Moore will do tomorrow please #lufc— Ryan Pinnick (@RyanPinnicklufc) January 31, 2016
Lafferty, Mcgeady and a CB would be great for #lufc— Stephen Brook (@brookie251090) January 31, 2016
Lafferty, Lawrence and McGeady the three links for tomorrow then. Would take all three to be honest but the two strikers must be top. #lufc— Sam Patton (@sampatton89) January 31, 2016
Would you like to see Lafferty sign for Leeds?