How to watch Deadline Day on Sky Sports News
There's huge day ahead as football fans find out which big name signings could be joining their clubs.
The transfer deadline finishes tonight at 11pm with many clubs expected to wait until the dying minutes to announce their new star players.
There's already plenty of rumours about who's moving where including Liverpool's central defender Mamadou Sakho leaving Anfield before tonight's transfer deadline.
So, if you fancy watching all the news as it happens here's how to tune in to Sky Sports News' live coverage for free.
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Along with watching via your Sky or Virgin Media set-top box, Sky Sports News HQ is also available online for free.
You can view the station via the News website and Sky News HQ is also being broadcast via Twitter.
Sky Sports is partnering with Twitter to deliver a global live stream from the Sky Sports Newsroom at 12-1pm, 5-6pm and the final hour from 10-11pm on Deadline Day.
Throughout Deadline Day Sky Sports News HQ studio guests will include Thierry Henry, Jamie Carragher, Matt Le Tissier, Phil Thompson and Charlie Nicholas, as they assess and react to all of the day’s stories.
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Here are 20 deals we expect to see before the transfer window closes at 11pm
Sky Sports News Executive Editor Andy Cairns said: “Deadline Day is a huge date in the diary for everyone who loves football, it provokes countless conversations and Sky Sports News can be relied on to deliver the news as it breaks through to the final seconds.
"Every window we strive to find new ways for fans to follow our coverage and deliver the stories in a way that suits their busy lives.”
Twitter COO Anthony Noto added: "We are thrilled to collaborate with Sky Sports to give fans on Twitter another way to watch and discuss the day's top rumours and deals as they unfold live, all on one platform."