The January transfer window is into its final week, as teams look to add to their squads again.
Plenty of major transfers are expected in the final few days as Premier League sides look to prepare for the business end of the season.
Around London, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham are all expected to be busy, with several high-profile names linked.
But when does the January window close? Here is the information you need to know as confirmed by the Premier League.
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When does the transfer window close?
The window will close on Friday, January 31 2020 at 11pm, although we may see some deals completed after this deadline.
Transfers can be completed after the deadline as long as all the necessary paperwork is submitted in time.
The league has announced: “Clubs completing deals late on Deadline Day, 31 January, will be able to submit a Deal Sheet between 21:00-23:00 GMT.
“Clubs will have until midnight on Deadline Day to complete the information needed by FIFA’s Transfer Matching System to apply for international clearance for new signings.”
When is the deadline for squad lists?
The deadline will be 14.00 GMT on Wednesday February 20th.
What about the loan window for signings?
At the start of the 2016/17 campaign, FIFA introduced new rules which mean that the emergency loan window would no longer exist.
Free agents are permitted to join clubs outside the window while there is dispensation should clubs suffer a goalkeeping crisis.
How many loan players can a club have?
Championship and EFL clubs are allowed to have eight players on loan, but can only pick a maximum of five loanees in their match day squad.
They can only sign a maximum of four players from a specific club, of which only two can be over the age of 23.
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