Real time, real news: Goal.com LIVE! brings you the action as it happens.
The stopper was on loan at Wigan last season, of course.
It looks like Everton manager Roberto Martinez would sign his whole Wigan team if he could - he's only gone and bought yet another one of his former players!
Atletico Madrid and the Toffees have reached an agreement for the transfer of goalkeeper Joel Robles.
We asked whether Luis Suarez has gone too far with the latest comments about his Liverpool future?
66.8% said Yes
And only 33.2% have said No
Fulham re-signed Greek midfielder Giorgos Karagounis on a one-year deal.
Everton confirmed the signing of former Wigan defender Antolin Alcaraz.
And the world reacted to last night's official transfer request from Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke.
Unfortunately, this here Blog will be coming to an end in less than 20 minutes! It's been an absolute pleasure bringing you all the latest transfer news today and - fear not - we'll be with you once again from 9am tomorrow!
There is one final order for the day, though, and that is a round-up of today's biggest stories...
Santos vice-president Odilio Rodrigues says Robinho must lower his wage demands if he is serious about returning to his former club.
"I hope Robinho will lower his wages again," Rodrigues told Gazeta Esportiva.
"AC Milan have set a very high valuation on the player and we hope this can be cut to make the operation more do-able."
Santos must lower his wage demands for a move.
Meanwhile, Norwich have confirmed that Scotland international Russell Martin has signed a new 3-year deal with the club.
Here's our very own Ryan Benson's view on Twitter: 'The only good thing about Everton signing Alcaraz is that they aren't paying a transfer fee.'
Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has confirmed that the club have signed winger Jerome Thomas on a two-year deal.
Parish told the Croydon Advertiser: "The paper work has gone through, he's training with us in Portugal so it's all done.
"I'm not sure why it hasn't been announced yet though. It's a two-year deal for Jerome."
Full story here: Palace chief confirms Thomas deal.
'Why are Bayern Munich behaving like gold diggers who must always steal from their rivals?'
Well, I think what we have here is a strong case of 'because we can'...
Antonio Yarde asks: 'Will we see a brand of football like the yellow Submarines (Villareal) played in the Champions League?'
And Mason wants to talk trophies: 'I would ask Pelligrini how long he thinks he will last and which trophies he thinks he can realistically win?'
Keep those hashtags coming! The best of the reaction will go into a special slideshow tomorrow.
Everton have confirmed the signing of Antolin Alcaraz on a two-year deal.
The former Wigan defender will join Arouna Koune in linking up with ex-boss Roberto Martinez at Goodison Park.
Full story here: Everton sign Alcaraz on a two-year deal.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich president Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has more or less confirmed that the club will sign Robert Lewandowski from Borussia Dortmund after the current campaign.
This is big: Bayern will sign Lewandowski in 2014.
Callum Ward asks: 'What strikers he will buy and use!'
George is similarly interested in matters up front: 'Are Negredo and Stefan Jovetic on there way to City? If not, what is he waiting for?'
And PierreFils has a good one: 'Do you think u can do better than #Mancini who had brought 3 titles in 3 years. Can #City win the Champions League under you? #AskPellegrini"
Coming up are some of your early responses...
The news is coming in thick and fast from the continent now; here are some important quotes from the Netherlands:
Martin Schoots, agent of Ajax's Christian Eriksen, told Danish medium Sporten.dk: "We still have contact with other clubs, but we never know if a transfer is really happening.
"We don't want to speculate, and we always said that Christian has no urge to leave Ajax. This is the first summer that he's open for a transfer."
Eriksen has a contract untill 2014 in Amsterdam. "He will only leave if he can develop at a new club. Otherwise he will stay at Ajax."
Fiorentina have set a whopping £26m valuation for striker Stefan Jovetic.
See all the details here: Fiorentina want huge sum for Jovetic.
Meanwhile, Frankfurt have confirmed that they are nearing a deal for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.
Frankfurt close in on Bendtner deal.