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Another two! Manchester City have announced that 21-year-old midfielder Bruno Zuculini has joined Cordoba on loan, while young defender Chidiebere Nwakali has moved to Malaga until 2017.
Friday September 30 is the day that keeps on giving!
According to the Metro, Arsenal are set to reignite their long-standing interest in Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and table a £15m offer, with a view to signing him in the summer.
Reports have suggested that the Frenchman has already agreed personal terms with the Gunners.
QPR are locked in a relegation battle and the Daily Mirror report that they are targeting a move for West Ham midfielder Mark Noble as they look to bolster their squad.
Darren Fletcher's impending arrival at Upton Park is likely to push Noble down the pecking order, and Harry Redknapp is set to #pounce.
Siado Berahino has attracted interest from the great and good in the Premier League but the Daily Mail report that he is close to agreeing a new deal at the Hawthorns, snubbing Liverpool and Tottenham in the process.
Fingers crossed, Baggies fans!
Having finally escaped his Newcastle United hell - via an ill-fated loan spell at Hull City - Hatem Ben Arfa joined Nice earlier this season but won't be able to play for them in 2014-15, with Fifa ruling that he has played for two clubs already this season in competitive matches.
The LFP have subsequently banned Ben Arfa for the remainder of the campaign, with a statement reading: "In application of the decision, the LFP has no other choice but to ban Hatem Ben Arfa from playing official matches with Nice until the end of the season."
According to the BBC, Nice plan to take the decision to court.
Another transfer blow for Manchester United, with long-term target Kevin Strootman set to be sidelined for "much longer" than originally anticipated after aggravating his troublesome knee injury.
Strootman sidelined for 'much longer' after surgery
Steve Parish appears to have taken over the role of 'chief announcer of transfers' at Crystal Palace and he's been at it again, revealing on Twitter that Pape Souare has joined the club from Lille.
There have been quite a few transfers today - so many that my head is yet to stop spinning from that craaaazy hour - and we've collated them all into one handy gallery for your reading pleasure.
You can't say we aren't nice to you.
January Transfer Window - all the major Premier League ins and outs
That's right, it's all going down this evening! Manchester United have confirmed that Ben Amos has joined Bolton on loan, while Sadiq El Fitouri has arrived from Salford City.
Former United stars Paul Scholes, Gary Neville, Nicky Butt and Phil Neville own Salford and are said to have been instrumental in El Fitouri's move.
Official: Manchester United sign El Fitouri as Amos joins Bolton
THEY JUST KEEP ROLLING IN! Ivica Olic has left Wolfsburg to join his former club Hamburg, perhaps making way for the impending arrival of Andre Schurrle from Chelsea.
The 35-year-old has signed an 18-month deal at the Imtech Arena.
Official: Olic returns to Hamburg
Tottenham could be set for their first signing of the summer, according to the Daily Express, with Yehven Konoplyanka on their radar.
The Ukraine winger was in talks with Roma but the Italians have pulled out of the race, while Liverpool and Everton are also keeping an eye on developments.
Aaron Lennon is a man in demand and, according to France Football, mega money Monaco want to take him to Ligue 1.
Hull are also interested. It's down to you, Aaron...
WE ARE ON A ROLL, PEOPLE! And this is a proper, big boy, Premier League transfer. Jack Cork has joined Swansea City from Southampton for an undisclosed fee and the midfielder has signed a three-and-a-half year deal.
That's the fourth transfer of the last hour, for those with a calculator out.
IT'S ALL HAPPENING! Aston Villa have confirmed that striker Mikey Drennan has joined Shamrock Rovers on a two-year deal.
For those counting, that's three in the last 10 minutes.
You wait all day for a transfer and then two come along at once! Young Manchester City midfielder George Evans has joined Scunthorpe United on loan until May 31.
West Ham have agreed to sign left-back Stephen Hendrie from Hamilton Academical at the end of the season.
Mauricio Pochettino has had his say on in-form striker Harry Kane. He's one of Tottenham's own, don't you know.
The Argentine insists the 21-year-old is set to stay at the club, and claims there will be little business for Spurs between now and the end of the season.
"There's no doubt Kane's future is at Tottenham," he told reporters. "I'm not worried about that and the supporters don't need to worry about that."
Pochettino: Kane to stay at Spurs
We love a good transfer here at Goal and it looks like Hull are edging ever closer to one of their own, having agreed a £3m fee with Lokomotiv Moscow for striker Dame N'Doye.
"We agreed a deal yesterday between the two clubs, which we're pleased about, but there's still a lot to do, a lot," Steve Bruce confirmed.
Hull City agree fee for Dame N'Doye
DING and DONG.
Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Montella has seemingly confirmed that Juan Cuadrado is on the verge of signing for Chelsea.
"Obviously as a coach I'm sorry for Cuadrado's transfer but Fiorentina have done the right thing. If Juan has cost so much it is because he's worth it, meanwhile (Mohamed) Salah comes to us," he told reporters.
Cuadrado is joining Chelsea, confirms Fiorentina boss
We all know Arsenal signed Gabriel Paulista yesterday but they're so happy that they simply haven't stopped tweeting about it. They've now released a new image of the defender wearing his shirt. Bless them.