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That's it for today's transfer blog on Deadline Day Eve. It's been more rumours and speculation than done deals but tomorrow looks set to be full of excitement.
Will Juan Cuadrado to Chelsea finally be confirmed? Is Marquinhos on his way to Manchester United? Can Burnley prevent Danny Ings from leaving for Tottenham or Liverpool?
Join us here tomorrow for answers to all of the above and more!
It's the one we've all been waiting for, but Juan Cuadrado's transfer from Fiorentina to Chelsea has still not been officially confirmed.
Sky Italia reported earlier today that the deal could be off due to complications with Mohamed Salah's loan move in the other direction.
The wait goes on. Will this one go to the wire?
Crystal Palace have wrapped up the signing of Wilfried Zaha on a permanent deal after Louis Van Gaal deemed the England winger surplus to requirements at Manchester United. The 22-year-old has made 16 appearances for the Eagles so far this season, scoring one goal.
Crystal Palace have wrapped up a permanent deal for Wilfried Zaha tonight, but the Daily Mirror claims their transfer business is not over yet. Lee Tomlin, hero of Middlesbrough's brilliant FA Cup victory over Manchester City, could be on his way to Selhurst Park on deadline day.
West Brom and Burnley are also rumoured to be interested in the midfielder, but Alan Pardew's Eagles leads the chase for his signature.
Liverpool were considered favourites to land West Ham's Winston Reid this morning, but the Daily Mirror are now reporting that the New Zealand international will join Tottenham in the summer.
The centre-back's contract at Upton Park expires in June, and Reid has repeatedly refused to sign new terms with the Hammers. The 26-year-old has reportedly agreed a deal with Mauricio Pochettino's side that will see him earn £60,000 a week.
Southampton manager Ronald Koeman has admitted that he envisages being busy in the transfer market tomorrow. The Dutchman watched his side go down 1-0 at home to Swansea this afternoon and is keen to boost the squad to aid their unlikely push for the Champions League.
"We have one day more", Koeman said after the game. "We will see (what we can do). I expect something, yes".
The clock's ticking, Ronald!
Roberto Mancini wants to bring his former Manchester City colleague Micah Richards to Inter, but FIFA rules may prevent the transfer from taking place.
Gazzetta dello Sport are reporting that Mancini is keen on the right-back, but the regulation that stipulates that a player cannot play for more than two teams in a single season may scupper the move.
Richards has already turned out for City and Fiorentina in 2014, but Inter are hopeful of getting the green light from the world governing body as his sole appearance for Manuel Pellegrini's men came in the Community Shield and not a regular league or cup game.
It's managerial news rather than player, but Nottingham Forest have tonight announced the appointment of Dougie Freedman as their new manager.
The Scot takes over the reins at the City Ground four months after being sacked by Bolton Wanderers. Freedman spent two years at Forest as a player, scoring 23 goals in 70 league games.
Didier Drogba plans to remain at Chelsea next season even though his current deal expires in June. The Ivorian has often found himself behind Diego Costa and Loic Remy in the Stamford Bridge pecking order this term, but he has told Telefoot that he has no desire to quit the club.
"My project next year will be on the pitch with Chelsea", the 36-year-old said. Music to Chelsea fans' ears, I'd imagine.
Sky Sports are reporting that Stuart Pearce has left his job at Nottingham Forest following yesterday's 1-0 home defeat to Millwall. Despite a promising start to the campaign, the club are now 13 points off the play-off places.
The fate of Dani Osvaldo is unclear, with Southampton intervening in negotiations regarding the striker between Inter and Juventus.
The 29-year-old Italian is currently on loan at Inter, but Juventus recently submitted a bid to take over the deal until the end of the season after Roberto Mancini's side threatened to sue Osvaldo after he went AWOL. The Daily Mail has reported that Southampton have now stepped in to veto the proposed move to Turin, as they feel they have lost control over the future of a player they own.
Got all that?
It looks like the signing of Gabriel Paulista will be the last piece of transfer action Arsene Wenger is involved in this window.
Speaking to Sky Sports after his side's 5-0 defeat of Aston Villa earlier today, the Frenchman admitted that he would be "shocked" if anyone else comes through the doors. "Unless something surprising turns up, we have nothing at the moment".
The sticking point appears to concern Mohamed Salah's loan move in the other direction, with Chelsea and Fiorentina still locked in negotiations.
Sky Italia reported earlier that the move could all fall apart, but Cuadrado is still expected to be a Blues player before the window shuts tomorrow.
Wilfried Zaha will convert his temporary loan deal at Crystal Palace into a permanent one before tomorrow's transfer deadline.
The winger, who has two England caps, has recently spoken of the frustration he felt at Manchester United last season, admitting that he was "lonely" and "not happy". The 22-year-old has made 16 appearances for Palace so far this term, benefiting from being back in a more familiar environment.
Swansea left-back Neil Taylor could be on the move imminently, with West Brom set to bring the 25-year-old to The Hawthorns according to The Daily Star.
Crystal Palace had previously looked the favourites to sign the Welshman, but their unveiling of Pape Souare earlier today means that Tony Pulis and the Baggies are now in pole position.
Inter boss Roberto Mancini is keen to bring Newcastle full-back Davide Santon to San Siro until the end of the season according to Sky Italia.
All is not well with the Italian giants, who are languishing in thirteenth place in Serie A, just eight points above the drop zone. Striker Mauro Icardi was involved in an angry exchange with the club's fans after today's defeat to Sassuolo, and the team needs to drastically improve if they are to mount a challenge for the Europa League places.
RODGERS SWOOPS FOR WINSTON REID
Liverpool are thought to be weighing up a £6.5m bid for West Ham centre-back Winston Reid. The New Zealand international is out of contract in the summer and refusing to sign a new deal at Upton Park, a situation that has put Brendan Rodgers on red alert as he seeks to boost his defensive options.
The Sunday Mirror claim that the Hammers are eyeing Spartak Moscow's Vedran Corluka as a potential replacement.
PSG centre-back Marquinhos is a target for Manchester United as the transfer deadline looms. The 20-year-old Brazilian has been in fine form for the Ligue 1 giants so far this season, but Louis Van Gaal is confident he can tempt the centre-back to Old Trafford.
The French side have quoted an extortionate £112m fee, but The Sun believe that the Red Devils can negotiate that figure down to something more manageable.
CHIRICHES HEADING FOR EXIT DOOR?
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Vlad Chiriches could be about to swap London for Rome. The Tottenham centre-back has found playing time hard to come by this season, and Roma are poised to land the Romanian on a six-month loan deal.