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Stay with us throughout the day on Goal as we keep you up to date with all the latest rumours, rumblings & done deals.

Your host this evening: Ben Hayward
01:55 BST
Falcao mysteriously tweeted on Saturday that he was off to Real Madrid, only to delete the post shortly afterwards.

And late on Monday, his move to Manchester United has finally been confirmed as deadline day's biggest deal was left until last, concluding a hectic last 24 hours of transfer activity all across Europe.

Thanks for tuning in today for all the transfer news on another memorable deadline day. See you all again in January!
01:37 BST
Radamel Falcao's first words as a Manchester United player:

"I am delighted to be joining Manchester United on loan this season," the Colombian told the club's official website.

"Manchester United is the biggest club in the world and is clearly determined to get back to the top. I am looking forward to working with Louis van Gaal and contributing to the team’s success at this very exciting period in the Club’s history."
01:32 BST
At 1:30am UK time, Manchester United finally announce the Radamel Falcao deal on a year-long loan from Monaco...

BREAKING: #mufc is delighted to announce Radamel Falcao has joined on a 1-year loan from Monaco with an option to buy pic.twitter.com/gnhR4rdsmF

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 2, 2014
01:20 BST
Manchester United wish Welbeck well in a tweet on their official account, but still no word on Falcao...

Danny Welbeck has signed for Arsenal after 29 goals in 142 appearances for #mufc. Good luck for the future, Danny. pic.twitter.com/QL12bjMyVO

— Manchester United (@ManUtd) September 2, 2014
01:10 BST
Former Manchester United defender and assistant coach Phil Neville believes Danny Welbeck is a superb signing for Arsenal.

"He's the signing of the day," Neville told BBC Radio 5 Live. "He's the missing link who can get them back into the championship race.

"Danny Welbeck is the best defensive centre-forward you'll see."
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