As we come towards the end of the season, football fans, pundits - and one would certainly hope scouts and chief executives - are already starting to think about transfers. Some clubs like to get their business done early though, and a number of deals have already been signed off on ahead of the transfer window re-opening.
FC Porto's Eder Militao was linked with Premier League duo Everton and Liverpool before sealing a move to La Liga powerhouses Real Madrid.
Liverpool are allegedly keen on signing the Porto defender, but they will have to act fast.
Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea are reportedly interested in Eder Militao.
Everton, Liverpool and Manchester United are among the clubs interested in Eder Militao.
Liverpool have been linked with the young centre-back.
Premier League and Merseyside rivals Liverpool and Everton are both reportedly interested in FC Porto's Brazilian centre-back Eder Militao.
Premier League Merseyside rivals Everton and Liverpool are both reportedly looking at Porto's Primeira Liga centre-back Eder Militao.
Liverpool, Everton and Manchester United are reportedly interested in Eder Militao of FC Porto.
Everton and Manchester United have both been linked with Porto's Primeira Liga centre-back Eder Militao.
Clarke Oduor quit Leeds United on transfer deadline day.
Josh Onomah is back in the Championship with Fulham after Tottenham Hotspur used him in an exchange for Ryan Sessegnon.
Eros Grezda is dead and buried at Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers, but will he be staying nonetheless?
Danny Rose still has a role to play at Tottenham Hotspur it seems.
Patrick Bamford was in action for Leeds United against Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers are on the verge of signing reported Celtic target Brandon Barker.
Arsenal and Chelsea were involved in some late transfer drama on deadline day.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino decided to turn down two Watford offers for Danny Rose.
Tottenham Hotspur managed to complete the signing of Giovani Lo Celso from Real Betis on deadline day.
De Bock has only played seven times for Leeds United.