ESPNsoccernet's On the Move transfer blog is where you will find a hearty round-up of all the rumours and signings during the January transfer window. Get your teeth into the below to find out which player(s) your side are being linked with today.
Liverpool have failed in an audacious attempt to swap Andy Carroll for C****s T***z.© Getty Images
23.59 GMT: And that's it for today - see you on Monday for the penultimate day of the window.
23.34 GMT: Stand-in skipper James Morrison has questioned West Brom's transfer policy and urged the club to bring in new players if they want to become an established force in the Premier League.
23.16 GMT: We're hearing that Fulham have lodged a bid for Wigan's Hugo Rodallega.
22.33 GMT: Spurs youngster John Bostock is set to join Sheffield Wednesday on loan for the rest of the season.
21.50 GMT: Andrés D`Alessandro has rejected an offer of $10 million for a 2 year contract with Chinese club Shangai Shenua, stays with Brazil's Inter. Via Daniel Colasimone on Twitter.
21.33 GMT: Nancy have announced Samba Diakite has joined QPR on loan until the end of the season. Awaiting confirmation from the Rs.
21.05 GMT: Everton have been in touch with Rangers regarding Nikica Jelavic but Press Association Sport reports that no official bid has yet been made.
20.01 GMT: Eden Hazard has confirmed on Canal+ that he will stay at Lille until the end of the season before moving to England. But he didn't say which club ... intriguing. He said: "I want to play in a big club where I am sure to play."
19.07 GMT: Arsene Wenger has revealed Ryo Miyaichi is likely to go out on loan to an English club before the deadline.
17.28 GMT: Martin O'Neill has confirmed that Sunderland are interested in signing veteran Bolton striker Kevin Davies.
17.01 GMT: Genoa have paid €4m for half the rights of Pescara's Italy Under-21 international Ciro Immobile, while they have also signed Brazilian Roger Carvalho.
16.38 GMT: There's obviously plenty of rumours flying around but one we've heard that sounds reasonably feasible is that Everton are keeping tabs on Birmingham's highly-rated young winger Nathan Redmond.
16.07 GMT: Ajax star Christian Eriksen says he doesn not expect to leave the Dutch giants in January, or even in the summer: "I will definitely not leave Ajax this month, and I probably won't move in the summer either. I have an ongoing contract and I feel like I'm in the right place at the moment. Of course, I'm flattered that these big clubs are watching me. A transfer has to be a real step forward for me though."
15.54 GMT: Diniyar Bilyaletdinov has finally officially signed for Spartak Moscow after leaving Everton.
15.26 GMT: MK Dons have signed former Man Utd midfielder Alan Smith on loan from Newcastle until the end of the season.
14.32 GMT: Kenya international Macdonald Mariga looks set to return to Parma, who he played for between 2007 and 2010, after ending an unsuccessful loan spell with Real Sociedad. His agent Federico Pastorello Tweeted last week: "Mariga wants to go back to Parma ,and a part of his heart did not leave the ducal city."
14.06 GMT:For those of you keen to keep up to date with the FA Cup action this afternoon, feel free to join Dec Warrington for live text commentary of Sunderland v Middlesbrough. Boro are currently 1-0 up in the North East derby thanks to a cracking goal from Barry Robson.
13.48 GMT: Santos are expected to confirm the arrival of Uruguay international Jorge Fucile on a season-long loan deal from FC Porto on Monday. He passed a medical with the Brazilian giants on Friday.
13.25 GMT: James Beattie could have left Sheffield United to move to a bigger club, according to Blades boss Danny Wilson: "James could have earned a lot of money by going elsewhere. But money isn't the issue for him."
13.01 GMT: Nancy's Mali international Samba Diakite is due in London today to finalise his loan move (with a view to a permanent €4 million switch) to QPR.
12.43 GMT: DONE DEAL: Lyon have completed the capture of UAE international defender club Hamdan Al Kamali from Abu Dhabi-based club Al-Wahda.
12.27 GMT: Celtic appear to have beaten rivals Rangers in the race to sign Pawel Brozek after the Polish striker claimed he had agreed a move to Parkhead: "This is a great move and I can't wait to get started. I have been told plenty about Celtic from my former team-mate Maciej Zurawski and Lukasz Zaluska."
12.09 GMT: Lille general director Frederic Paquet is resigned to losing prized asset Eden Hazard at the end of the season. FULL STORY
11.52 GMT: Philadelphia Union's Congo-born forward Danny Mwanga is on trial at Aston Villa, accoring to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
11.31 GMT: Hamburg's on-loan Chelsea defender Jeffrey Bruma does not seem too keen on a return to Stamford Bridge, telling the Sunday Mirror: "It was my dream to win a first-team place by [the age of] 21. But you must play. At Chelsea it does not look like the chance is coming."
11.10 GMT: Owen Coyle has been talking up Bolton's interest in Crystal Palace starlet Wilfried Zaha: "I think there's players out there, and Zaha is certainly one of them, that I think would enhance our club for years to come on a permanent basis, and there are one or two on a loan capacity I'd love to bring in before the deadline on Tuesday."
10.54 GMT: Perhaps not quite a transfer story, though one with big ramifications: Jose Mourinho is ready to quit Real Madrid in the summer and return to England, according to reports on Sunday. FULL STORY.
10.32 GMT: Over to France, where L'Equipe reports that Marseille are in advanced negotiations with Le Havre about signing their Cape Verde striker Ryan Mendes in the summer. He is also believed to have caught the eye of Lorient, Sochaux, Saint-Etienne, Arsenal, Chelsea and Porto.
10.18 GMT: Last bit of Serie A news for now is that Lazio are being widely tipped to complete a deal for CSKA Moscow's Keisuke Honda in the next 24 hours.
10.06 GMT: The Italian press is also talking up the possibility of Eljero Elia joining Newcastle from Juventus.
09.57 GMT: Gazzetta dello Sport claims Milos Krasic is in advanced negotiations with Zenit St Petersburg, but Juventus only want to sell the Serbian winger, while the Russian side only want a loan for now.
09.42 GMT: Right, off around Europe now and let's start in Italy, where unfortunately the Man City mercenary is STILL in the headlines. Corriere dello Sport says that Milan have not yet given up on him. We hope they have.
09.25 GMT: Amazingly, we can confirm that Liverpool did indeed make "tentative enquiries" about swapping Andy Carroll for the one who shall remain nameless. FULL STORY.
09.15 GMT: Let's kick things off with our customary look around the English press:
Andy Carroll being swapped seems to be a theme of the day and the Sunday Mirror reckons the lumbering striker will be used as bait for Newcastle’s Demba Ba, while the same newspaper says Real Mallorca want Everton defender Johnny Heitinga; Liverpool are ready to make a double Bundesliga swoop for Werder Bremen winger Marko Marin and Borussia Dortmund striker Luca Barrios, according to the Sunday People.
Metro claims Dirk Kuyt will not be allowed to leave Anfield during January, with Roma and Fiorentina reportedly interested in securing his services, while the paper also tips Spurs to make a last-dicth bid for Wolfsburg striker Mario Mandzukic; Wolves want to take Peter Lovenkrands and Leon Best on loan from Newcastle, according to the Express and Star.
09.00 GMT: Good (GMT) morning everyone and welcome to the final Sunday of the January transfer window. Sunday is usually a day brimming with gossip and The Guardian certainly haven't let us down with their story that Liverpool rang up Man City to ask if they could swap Andy Carroll for that Argentina striker they have. Unsurprisingly City resisted that tempting offer.