A selection of stories from the past 60 minutes, featuring Everton, Stoke City, Swansea City, Sunderland and Sheffield Wednesday.
The Everton winger, Yannick Bolasie, has agreed to join Anderlecht on loan for the rest of this season [The Sun].
Several media outlets claim Bolasie is in talks with the Belgian side, although the tabloid has stuck out its neck a little further on this one.
The 29-year-old could be followed across the North Sea by Cuco Martina, whose Stoke City loan deal is over [The Guardian deadline day live blog, 15:32].
The Everton right-back is said to be joining Feyenoord on a half-season loan ahead of a permanent summer transfer.
Into the Championship, another City, Swansea, could make a late move for the Doncaster Rovers striker, John Marquis, after Sunderland had an offer rejected [The Sun deadline day live blog, 15:12].
It is claimed Rovers want £1.5 million for Marquis, who would replace Wilfried Bony at Swansea.
And sticking with Sunderland, the same publication reports [15:10] that the Mackems midfielder, Lee Cattermole, will consider his options in the coming hours, after Grant Leadbitter arrived at the Stadium of Light.
There could be late activity too at Sheffield Wednesday, with their new manager, Steve Bruce, revealing that the Owls have ‘one or two things in the pipeline’.
SB: (On deadline day) We have one or two things in the pipeline and we’ll see how it goes over the coming hours #swfcLIVE— Sheffield Wednesday (@swfc) January 31, 2019
That is despite Bruce, who only started work this morning, also admitting that there is ‘no budget’ to work with at Hillsborough [Sheffield Wednesday official website].
Given Wednesday’s ongoing battle with P&S [the EFL’s Profit & Sustainability rules] we assume he means there isn’t any money.