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It’s been an absolute pleasure to be with you this evening, and I hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as I have. Tomorrow is the never-ending drama of the Premier League, so do stick with us for all the build-up to that, with the LIVE! blog kicking off at 10am.
For now though, I’ve been Chris Teale. Thanks for joining me. Farewell.
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"Beckham, he has a lot of experience. It will help the team in terms of quality and experience. Everyone at PSG is happy with his arrival. Because he has many qualities.
"He has already started to train. But he still needs two weeks to be in good physical condition. After, we will see what happens. If he deserves to play, he will play.
"He can play as a defensive midfielder, or right flank. But he will need to have the merit to play.
"I am very happy with his arrival. Because I know him very well. He will bring professionalism, seriously. The team will improve with him. For a coach to have a player like him is easier."
Because you can never have enough updates from clubs about what they weren't able to do during the January transfer window, and we've got two for you.
First up, there's Martin Jol at Fulham, who wanted to sign Fernando Gago and Tom Huddlestone but was left disappointed by both. However, given that the Cottagers managed to sign Urby Emanuelson, perhaps they don't feel too bad about life.
Then, there's Everton manager David Moyes, who has confirmed the club made a £9 million bid for Sevilla striker Alvaro Negredo but were unsuccessful.
Yes, really, the fun never stops.
Big-spending Anzhi Makhachkala have confirmed on their official website that they have signed an agreement for the transfer of Willian from Shakthar Donetsk.
The club also confirm that Willian will arrive at Anzhi's training camp in Marbella tomorrow.
Just the one game in England tonight, and it was in League One between Sheffield United and Coventry.
The away side prevailed 2-1 in the end thanks to a double from Leon Clarke, with Dave Kitson scoring for Sheffield United.
That result puts Coventry one point off the play-offs in League One.
Who could I be talking about?
It's none other than Mario Balotelli!
He's said it's a "dream" to be playing for AC Milan, and that he "will not miss" playing in the Premier League. We'll miss you though, Mario.
Missing you already, Super Mario.
It's all over in France, and as expected PSG have secured a comfortable win over Toulouse in France's Ligue 1.
Goals came in the second half from Mamadou Sakho and Gregory van der Wiel to give PSG a 4-0 win and keep them top of the table.
Meanwhile, Roma are getting thumped over in Italy by Cagliari, who now lead 4-1 with just a minute to go. Goals have come in the second half from Marco Sau and Francesco Pisano as the away side take an enormous step away from the relegation zone.
Never fear, Manchester United fans, your team are never far away from the news. This time, there's a heart-warming story from Wayne Rooney, who says he asked Sir Alex Ferguson to be taken off penalty duties after missing two this season.
Have a read of that story in full here.
It's still 2-0 to PSG in their game against Toulouse, with just over an hour gone in that one.
Meanwhile, a surprise could be brewing in Serie A, with Roma 2-1 down at home to Cagliari. The away side opened the scoring through Radja Nainggolan inside three minutes, but Franceso Totti equalised on 35 minutes.
However, Roma have fallen behind again at the start of the second half thanks to an own goal from Mauro Goicoechea, which won't help their cause. There's still time though.
You can follow our coverage of Roma v Cagliari live here.
Yes, you read that right. I'm going to throw two stories at you, both about managers in the Football League. Try and contain yourselves.
First, we've got Alex McLeish at Nottingham Forest. The club are adamant he is not about to leave after failing to sign George Boyd on deadline day over a failed eyesight test suggested by the Kuwaiti owners.
Then, there's Paulo Di Canio at Swindon. He really is considering his future and has issued a statement saying as such after midfielder Matt Ritchie was sold behind his back.
I wasn't lying. It's not half-time in the game in France between Toulouse and PSG, with the away side leading 2-0.
Hope for Toulouse? On current form, probably not.
Have a follow of the second half here.
Meanwhile, it's going from bad to worse for Toulouse in their Ligue 1 game at home to PSG. They've gone 2-0 down thanks to a goal from Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and have now had Cheikh M'Bengue sent off for two yellow cards.
Toulouse must be really looking forward to half-time right now. It's a couple of minutes away.
He has revealed that during medical tests at Anfield, his heart stopped beating for around 25 seconds and almost went "to the other side".
Have a read of that story here.
During the week, Real Madrid and Barcelona played each other yet again in the Copa Del Rey, and Catalan defender Jordi Alba has said he is still carrying a war wound from that game.
Alba was tacled by Michael Essien, who appeared to go in showing his studs, and the Spaniard says the scars remain on his leg even now. Poor thing.
Have a look at that one here, and decide where your sympathy lies.
There's just the one game out there tonight in the major European leagues, but it promises to be an interesting one between Toulouse and PSG in France's Ligue 1.
We're about eight minutes into that one, and the away side already lead 1-0 thanks to a strike from Javier Pastore.
Head over to our Live Match Centre to follow that one live.
Chelsea make the long trip away to Newcastle tomorrow and have key players Juan Mata and Petr Cech available for the game after recovering from injuries.
Unfortunately, both David Luiz and Oriel Romeu are still out with knocks, but things could be much worse for the Blues as they try and turn around their stuttering season.
See what Rafa has to say about things here.
He was all set to make a deadline day switch to Fulham, only to have it fall through at the last second, and he is very disappointed at this development. Poor guy.
Have a read of that story here.
Now, my name is Chris Teale, and it falls to me to officially draw our transfer window coverage to a final close. Shall we? We shall!