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12:00 AM GMT
I'm Goal.com site manager Adam Scime signing off, meaning our Transfer LIVE! updates are now over. It's been a slice keeping you up in the loop, but as they say, all good things must come to an end.
11:55 PM GMT
11:48 PM GMT
Verhoek completes Twente move
Official: City complete Pizarro loan deal
Official: Manchester United sign City's Veseli
Official: Fulham sign £3m Pogrebnyak
El Hamdaoui's move to Fiorentina off
Official: Zaragoza land Catania's Pablo Alvarez
11:45 PM GMT
"#Goallive Ganso and Neymar should go to a European club to develop as players, Real madrid for Neymar and AC Milan for Ganso."
11:41 PM GMT
Goal.com UK’s George Ankers on Twitter: “Ryan Nelsen would have been a great signing for Spurs four years ago. Now... no. Louis Saha is also a ridiculous move. Is Harry just ordering 1,000,000 staples before he is forced out of the office?”
11:37 PM GMT
Match editor Paul Macdonald and Dutch Football editor Stefan Coerts agree that Thiago Motta to Paris Saint-Germain was probably the window's best signing, with Sulley Muntari's loan move from Inter to AC Milan being the most baffling.
Indeed, the esteemed Mr. Coerts was impressed by PSG in general: "They made the most ground and three reasonable big names (Motta, Alex, and Maxwell) for a good price."
Meanwhile, Portuguese Football editor Luis Mira believes Porto's move to reacquire Lucho Gonzalez on a free transfer ws a stroke of genius: "Lucho Gonzalez was a great scoop, not only because of his talent, but also because they signed him for free just 30 months after selling him for €18m"
Our correspondent Enis Koylu believes Chelsea's signing of Kevin de Bruyne might also pay dividends down the road, as Lille's Eden Hazard, seemingly bound for the Premier League in the summer may want to join his international team-mate.
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11:00 PM GMT
"QPR are certainly a club that are looking to go forward," he told the club’s official website.
"That's something that I'm looking forward to being a part of. I got on really well with the manager at Fulham. We all grew to like Mark. I think that will be the case here. He's looking to take the club forward. I think this was the right time for me to have a fresh challenge. I had some great experiences at Fulham. Going to a European final is special. But this is a new challenge for myself and I'm thoroughly looking forward to it."
10:56 PM GMT
OFFICIAL: Everton have confirmed that French striker Louis Saha has joined Tottenham. The player joins on a six-month loan.
10:48 PM GMT
I'll leave you, our readers, to comment on the last part...
10:46 PM GMT
Louis Saha - The Everton striker is set to move to White Hart Lane on a permanent deal. Redknapp says he has always rated him and the player needs a change.
Sebastien Bassong - The Frenchman is set to join Wolves on loan but the deal will only go through if Tottenham can bring in another player on a short-term contract. Redknapp says he doesn’t want to name the player... but I will - Ryan Nelsen!
Roman Pavlyuchenko - The forward is moving to a Russian club (Lokomotiv Moscow). “Not sure which one it is,” says Redknapp. “But Daniel [Levy] will tell you.”
Milos Krasic/Steven Pienaar - Krasic was only willing to leave Juventus on a permanent deal but Spurs wanted to sign him on loan. Pienaar wanted to leave on loan to Everton but the deal depended on the Krasic move... which has collapsed.
10:41 PM GMT
Atlético and Getafe haven't either, just welcome back players loaned elsewhere. Quiet window in Spain #deadlineday"
Remember to keep Tweeting your transfer deadline questions and thoughts to @goal_intl using the #goallive hastag.
Just over an hour to go until the transfer window closes. What have been the top deals in your opinion during January?
10:25 PM GMT
10:20 PM GMT
Olympique Lyonnais' new signing Hamdan Al Kamali - The first UAE footballer to play in Europe & a pioneer for the national team
"The outstanding 22-year-old defender was determined to become the first Emirati to play in Europe, and now many more could follow his lead for the good of UAE's national team"
10:07 PM GMT
10:04 PM GMT
Inter sign Guarin from Porto
Against the signing, Osarodion Sammy Osagiede believes the Nerrazurri should have held on to Thiago Motta, who signed for Paris Saint-Germain, instead while Steve Duhoux questions: "They needed a forward and bought a midfielder?"
However, Jeff Gooner Kamau is in favour of the Colombian's arrival at San Siro: "Guarin is a good signing, for those who know football - he is a good ball-holding midfielder and has a winning spirit."
9:49 PM GMT
Meanwhile, Brazilian striker Henrique will play in Granada untill the rest of the season on loan from Sao Paulo and Lazio's Argentine goalkeeper Juan Pablo Carrizo will be playing at Catania until the end of the 2011-12 campaign.
9:43 PM GMT
"The Gunners' new addition has had his development harmed by injury, but in the right environment, might one day develop into a star player."
9:36 PM GMT
Official: Everton sign Jelavic in £7m deal
Official: West Ham sign Ravel Morrison
Official: Arsenal sign youngster Eisfeld
Olympiakos sign Kazim-Richards on loan
Twente complete the signing of Glynor Plet from Heracles