The transfer window shuts on Wednesday at 11pm GMT and it promises to be yet another busy deadline day, with plenty of storylines to follow from Jack Wilshere to Joe Hart.

Wilshere is reportedly considering his loan options, while Hart is in Italy to complete a shock move to Torino.

Chelsea looks likely to be active too, with a £24m deal for Fiorentina defender Marcos Alonso edging closer.

The transfer deadline shuts at 11pm in England and midnight in Scotland. The window in Germany closes at 5pm, while in Italy it’s 10pm and in Spain, it’s 1am midnight.

Once windows are closed abroad, players from English and Scottish clubs will not be able to move to those leagues. But players from foreign leagues will be able to move to English and Scottish teams up to the 11pm and midnight deadlines.

Any loan deals must also be completed by the end of the normal transfer window – so it’s set to be an even busier day than normal for Sky Bet EFL clubs looking to boost their ranks.
Meanwhile, Premier League spending in a single season went over £1billion for the first time in 2015/16. Top flight clubs spent £172.65m in the winter window after splashing £870m last summer.

Already this summer Premier League clubs have surpassed the £900m mark and we are well on the way to reaching £1bn by the time the window shuts, with deals expected for Shkodran Mustafi and Marcos Alonso.


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