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.
Rangers' Nikica Jelavic wants a move to the Premier League.© Getty Images
23.51 GMT: Right, that's your lot for tonight, but we'll be back tomorrow morning for what could actually turn out to be an interesting deadline day. Thanks for joining us and see you then.
23.48 GMT: Not really transfer gossip, to be honest, but Roberto Carlos has been emphasising his club's spending power, claiming Anzhi could buy Lionel Messi if Barcelona made him available. "There would be no problem paying the buyout clause," he told Marca. "We have the cash to sign Messi or anyone, but it's not only a question of money - you have to show that you can deliver a major project."
23.41 GMT: Reader MikeD sends a rumour our way: "Mirror reporting that Rolledega will play Spurs and then join them at the end of the game"
23.39 GMT: Santos coach Muricy Ramalho isn't expecting Ganso to leave for now. "I have been told that when a good offer comes, Santos will open negotiations, but Ganso is a player good enough to be in a World Cup," he said. "It has to be a good offer. From my experience, I think he will not leave Santos now. He wants to show his talent to return to the Brazil national team."
23.28 GMT: Roma general manager Franco Baldini has provided an update (of sorts) on the Daniele De Rossi situation, with the midfielder still having failed to extend his contract.
“It is an issue that has gone on for some time but I am not worried or pressured by the deadline of January 31,” he said. “We’re concerned little by it. Even before this date De Rossi could have signed for other clubs, so I feel no pressure of any kind. It is a decision that will be taken with proper consideration.”
Asked if Roma would sell De Rossi, he said: “No, because from February he will be open to talk about a free transfer.”
23.21 GMT: AS thinks Alexander Hleb, who is back at Barcelona to serve the final months of his contract after his loan spell at Wolfsburg, could join Olympiakos.
23.09 GMT: And speaking of T***z, Roberto Mancini seems to have something against certain agents. Whoever could he be referring to?
"Sometimes it is difficult to understand why some players have certain agents," he said. "If I was a player I would never take an agent like some who work here.
"First the agent should find the player work, after that they should help players in difficult situations; help them, not put them against the club or the manager or the other players. Agents are important for doing this, not only for earning lots of money."
Mancini also said he "never heard" anything about Liverpool's reported swap offer involving Andy Carroll and added: "Carroll is a good player. He is young. He is strong. But at the moment? No.
We don't have any chance to talk about this with Liverpool."
22.59 GMT: It appears the reports of Liverpool (and QPR) wanting T***z on loan will be making the back page of The Times tomorrow. Journalist Tony Barrett, who has good connections at Liverpool, has a co-byline and - as Liverpool did indeed enquire about a swap with Andy Carroll recently - it appears this one has legs.
22.53 GMT: The Guardian's Daniel Taylor tweets his own verification of a rumour West Ham might win the race to sign Manchester United starlet Ravel Morrison: "True ---> RT @John__Percy #WHUFC are close to signing Ravel Morrison from #MUFC before deadline"
22.51 GMT - BREAKING NEWS: Everton have agreed a fee with Rangers for Nikica Jelavic, according to Sky Sports News. We're actually set up to see some stuff happen on deadline day, it now seems.
22.48 GMT: Reader Kris tempts us with the promise of final-day drama in the football world's most tedious saga: "twitter exploding w/ T**** 6 month loan deal to Liverpool ... Man City certainly wouldn't agree to this would they?!?"
22.44 GMT: Some words from Spurs defender Vedran Corluka confirming that he’ll be on his way to Bayer Leverkusen on a loan deal - which will also include an option to buy - should he pass a medical.
“I’m not 100% sure it will happen,” he told Sportske Novosti. “Perhaps it’s better to wait until Tuesday for the medical to formally confirm that I’ll be joining Bayer.
“I’ve said goodbye to my team-mates - they’re all great guys and I would really miss them as friends and team-mates. I thank everyone at Tottenham, and the fans, after a wonderful year, but life goes on.”
22.36 GMT: Stoke defender Danny Collins' move to Southampton has fallen through, Press Association Sport understands.
22.29 GMT: There are rumours AC Milan might make a final bid for C****s T***z tomorrow. Newshound extraordinaire Harry Harris is trying to sniff out a lead for us.
22.24 GMT: Former Brazil international Marinho Peres thinks Neymar is ultimately bound for Barcelona. "I am friends with Santos' officials - I can say that Neymar's transfer to Barcelona is at an advanced stage," he told COM Radio. "Sooner or later, Neymar will play at Barca. He has a tremendous talent and he will be a big hit at the Camp Nou.”
22.08 GMT: Sky Sports News is reporting that Bayer Leverkusen are in talks over the signing of Tottenham defender Vedran Corluka.
21.57 GMT - DONE DEAL: Catania have signed Marco Motta on loan from Juventus until the end of the season.
21.28 GMT: Midfielder Lucho Gonzalez looks poised to return to Porto from Marseille. Story here.
21.10 GMT - DONE DEAL: Espanyol have signed Inter Milan midfielder Philippe Coutinho on loan for the remainder of the Primera Division campaign. Espanyol have also signed Nigerian striker Kalu Uche from Swiss club Neuchatel on a deal which commits the former Almeria forward to the club until the end of next season. Story here.
21.01 GMT: Goal.com reports: "Arsenal are in advanced talks to sign midfielder Thomas Eisfeld from Borussia Dortmund for around £400,000. The 19-year-old German has been in London today with his agent Reza Fazeli negotiating a switch to the Premier League club."
20.42 GMT - DONE DEAL: Former Rangers striker Kris Boyd has signed for Major League Soccer side the Portland Timbers. Story here.
20.02 GMT - DONE DEAL: Leicester have completed the signing of Wes Morgan from Nottingham Forest for a fee believed to be somewhere in the region of £1 million. Story here.
19.48 GMT - DONE DEAL: Southampton have announced the signing of striker Billy Sharp from fellow Championship side Doncaster on a three-and-a-half-year deal. Story here.
19.43 GMT: Full story here on Fulham's bid to sign Pavel Pogrebnyak.
19.26 GMT: Reader Mo asks: "Is Gio Dos Santos London nightmare ever going to end?"
Prompting us to link you to our story about how Gio Dos Santos' London nightmare looks like it's never going to end.
19.14 GMT: The Press Association is now of the understanding that Fulham are in talks to sign Stuttgart striker Pavel Pogrebnyak, as we mentioned a little while ago.
18.52 GMT: Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has denied rumours of interest in Matthew Bates, Adrian Mariappa and Nicky Maynard but is still hopeful of bringing someone in before the deadline.
"We have had feedback on one to two possibilities and we will see," he said. "There is still a lot of work to do if they are to become permanent signings, but we will see over the next 24 hours and take it from there. We have certainly made no bids as yet but we have been given an indication of what the price would be."
18.33 GMT: West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has confirmed Genoa striker Ze Eduardo is undergoing a medical at the club. Story here.
18.24 GMT: Eastern European football expert @jamesappell tweets: "Stuttgart's Russian international striker Pavel Pogrebnyak has undergone medical at Fulham"
18.14 GMT: Sky Sports News says Kevin De Bruyne has turned up at Chelsea's training ground for his medical. Presumably this one will be done and dusted shortly.
17.54 GMT - DONE DEAL Polish striker Pawel Brozek has joined Celtic on loan from Trabzonspor until the end of the season. Story here.
17.45 GMT - DONE DEAL Bournemouth have signed striker Matt Tubbs from big-spending League Two side Crawley for a reported £800,000 fee. Tubbs scored 58 goals from 78 appearances for Crawley but said he could not resist the lure of joining the club he supported as a boy.
17.33 GMT Blackburn Rovers midfielder Keith Andrews has handed in a transfer request, according to Sky Sports. The Republic of Ireland international, whose contract expires in the summer, spent the first half of the season on loan at Ipswich.
17.25 GMT - DONE DEAL Nottingham Forest have announced the signing of 26-year-old Wolves midfielder Adlene Guedioura on loan until the end of the season. Story here.
17.10 GMT - DONE DEAL Liverpool have signed Wales Under-19 goalkeeper Danny Ward. The club said in a statement: "Danny Ward joins the Reds from Wrexham, the club he signed for as a 14-year-old, and will be based with the reserve squad at the academy."
16.55 GMT AC Milan vice-president Adriano Galliani says he'll be in his office until the transfer window closes waiting for a call from the man who shall not be named. However, if none is forthcoming he'll try to sign the Manchester City refusenik in the summer.
16.45 GMT - DONE DEAL Ipswich have completed the signing of midfielder Ryan Stevenson from Hearts for an undisclosed fee. The 27-year-old scored 11 goals in 67 appearances for the Scottish club. Full story
16.25 GMT Genoa are close to completing a deal for reported Tottenham transfer target Roger Carvalho. The Brazilian defender will sign from Figueirense. Genoa president Enrico Preziosi said: "Roger Carvalho? He's undergoing medicals, then his signing will be official."
16.08 GMT Hernan Crespo became the hottest property in the Indian soccer league auction today, with Barasat shelling out $840,000. Italy's 2006 World Cup-winning captain Fabio Cannavaro went to Siliguri for $830,000, while Robert Pires of France ($800,000), Nigerian Jay-Jay Okocha ($550,000) and Liverpool great Robbie Fowler ($530,000) went to Howrah, Durgapur and Kolkata respectively.
15.45 GMT Everton manager David Moyes has refused to comment on widespread reports that he's about to sign Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic. Moyes said: "I never talk about players at other clubs, I wouldn't do that."
15.32 GMT - DONE DEAL Cologne have completed the signing of North Korea international Jong Tae-Se - dubbed the Korean Wayne Rooney at the 2010 World Cup - from German second division side Bochum for an undisclosed fee.
15.26 GMT Sweden goalkeeper Kristoffer Nordfeldt is joining Liverpool on trial. Nordfelt, who has been a free agent since leaving IF Brommapojkarna last summer, told FotbolDirekt.se: "It's really exciting. I'll be flying to Liverpool on Monday with my agent."
15.12 GMT - DONE DEAL QPR have finally secured a deal to sign Samba on loan for the rest of the season. Not colossus Chris Samba though, Mali midfielder Samba Diakite from French club Nancy. Rangers have the option of exercising an agreement for a permanent transfer at the end of the 2011/12 campaign.
14.56 GMT Queens Park Rangers are set to complete the signing of Djibril Cisse from Lazio before Tuesday night, ESPNsoccernet has been informed. Full story
14.33 GMT Fulham are hoping to complete a deal for Borussia Dortmund striker Lucas Barrios, according to reports. Barrios, a Paraguay international, has fallen out of favour at Signal Iduna Park in recent times. Full story
14.19 GMT Sunderland's simmering interest in Bolton striker Kevin Davies eventually resulted in bid, but it has been rejected by the Trotters, Black Cats boss Martin O'Neill has confirmed.
14.10 GMT AC Milan have snapped 19-year-old Austrian striker Philipp Prosenik who was out of contract at Chelsea, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
13.48 GMT Inter Milan have agreed a €1.5 million deal to sign Porto midfielder Fredy Guarin, with a view to an €11m permanent switch, according to Sky Sport24. The reported deal casts further doubt over the future of Thiago Motta at San Siro.
Comment from AJCook: I know it is widely considered ‘imprudent’ to make January purchases for most teams (unless you’re Arsenal), but it certainly would liven things up – the lack of action in this current window is making me want to bash my head against the wall.
13.25 GMT Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish does not expect any transfer activity at Anfield before the window closes on Tuesday night. "There is no-one going in or out of the club before the transfer window [closes]," he said. Full story
13.05 GMT QPR have now agreed a €5 million transfer fee with Lazio for former Liverpool striker Djibril Cisse.
12.45 GMT Hold on to your hats Spurs fans, your club has just confirmed two DONE DEALS. Unfortunately, they're players going out and not coming in, with John Bostock joining League One promotion chasers Sheffield Wednesday on loan and Tom Carroll joining Derby on loan until the end of the season.
Comment from Mark: Where is the marquee signing for Spurs? I've been waiting since Nov 2010..three windows and still nothing (actual signings, not loans)...we NEED a world class striker... sign someone Harry!
12.35 GMT Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle wants Kevin Davies to stay at the club but admits an exit could be in the offing if the striker expresses a desire to move on. Sunderland are interested in the striker. Full story
Comment from Alex: Sunderland should be going after better strikers than Davies. They should try to sign Jimmy Briand from Lyon,Dennis Oliech friom Auxerre or Vincenzo Iaquinta from Juve.
12.25 GMT Wolves are waiting to see whether Everton firm up their interest in striker Kevin Doyle by making a concrete bid, or if the Toffees are going to spend all their limited cash on Rangers' Nikica Jelavic.
12.03 GMT Inter Milan`s attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho has revealed that he will play for Spanish Primera Division side Espanyol until the end of the season.
11.49 GMT With the vultures circling, Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has insisted that Victor Moses and James McCarthy are not for sale. "Victor and James are the two younger players in this football club and it would be wrong for us to sell these assets," he said.
11.31 GMT Blackpool midfielder Elliot Grandin has completed his anticipated loan move to Nice.
11.08 GMT What's that? You want even more transfer news? We'll how about a DONE DEAL? Brighton have signed Wales striker Sam Vokes on loan from Wolves until the end of the season. Full story
11.05 GMT And there's more on Bolton's bid for Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha, with coach Owen Coyle confirming his club have lodged a bid. "I think it is documented now that we have made an offer, which we have,'' Coyle said. Full story
11.01 GMT Here's a further update on the Kevin de Bruyne transfer. Quite why Chelsea would loan him back to Genk when they are desperate for a winger is up for debate. Full story
10.41 GMT Juventus general director Beppe Marotta has confirmed his club's interest in Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan and will attempt to do a deal in the next 48hrs.
10.25 GMT Racing Genk midfielder Kevin de Bruyne will undergo a medical at Chelsea today, but once the reported £8.5 million deal is done he will return to Belgium on loan for the remainder of the season.
10.14 GMT West Brom have made a move for FC Twente winger Emir Bajrami, according to reports. The 23-year-old Swede has made 21 appearances and scored four goals for the Dutch side this season.
09.51 GMT German Bundesliga side Hoffenheim will not be continuing their pursuit of Wolfsburg striker Srdjan Lakic as he is too expensive.
09.27 GMT Juventus have confirmed striker Luca Toni has left the Serie A club after agreeing a deal with UAE Pro-League side Al Nasr. Full story
09.10 GMT Claudio Ranieri has suggested midfielder Thiago Motta will remain at Inter Milan in the current transfer window despite the 29-year-old being linked with a move to Ligue 1 side PSG. Full story
09.02 Bolton boss Owen Coyle is lining up a double swoop for Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha and Porto’s 18-year-old forward Juan Iturbe, according to the Daily Mirror.
08.30 GMT Blackburn are hoping to sell unsettled Argentinian Mauro Formica to Brazilian club Flamengo for around £3 million to give manager Steve Kean some last-minute transfer cash.
08.10 GMT Everton are set to use the cash from Diniyar Bilyaletdinov’s £5 million sale to Spartak Moscow to bolster their forward line with the capture of Rangers striker Nikica Jelavic. Everton are likely to go to about £6m including add-ons. Full Story
A quick sweep of the newspapers shows that you just can't keep Carlos T****z out of the headlines, with Daily Telegraph reporting that West Ham United will wait until after the transfer window closes to make a last attempt to re-sign Carlos Tevez on loan from Manchester City.
Meanwhile, The Guardian report that Andy Carroll has no desire to leave Liverpool after the club tried to exchange him for Manchester City's rebel striker only a year after his £35 million arrival from Newcastle United.
The Sun go with a story that Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill will step up his bid to sign Bolton striker Kevin Davies today. O'Neill wants to boost his strike force after losing Nicklas Bendtner to an eye injury.
Fulham have offered £2 million plus Andy Johnson for Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega, according to the Daily Mail. Wigan have already rebuffed a £4m bid from QPR for the Colombian with chairman Dave Whelan demanding £6m.