The January 2019 transfer window has closed. Here you will find all the ins and outs announced by the clubs.
- Peter Crouch returns to to the PL with Burnley
- Michy Batshuayi joins Crystal Palace on loan
- Leicester City acquire Monaco's Youri Tielemans on loan
- Newcastle United sign Miguel Almiron and Antonio Barreca
- Arsenal bring in Barcelona's Denis Suarez on loan
- Wolves make Jonny move permanent
- Fulham make two late signings
23:10 The January transfer window is shut. But deal sheets have been submitted so further incomings might be announced. Meanwhile, Yannick Bolasie has left Everton to go on loan at Anderlecht. (Details)
22:55 Newcastle United have allowed Jacob Murphy to go on loan to West Bromwich Albion. (Details) The Magpies' Rolando Aarons and Achraf Lazaar have also moved to the Championship on loan, going to Sheffield Wednesday. (Details)
22:30 A lot of the deals done this window have been loans. Here are the PL rules on domestic loan deals. Firstly, clubs can register only two loan players from other English clubs at any one time. Secondly, the maximum number of loan players across a season the clubs can have registered from English clubs is four. Finally, clubs cannot loan more than one player from the same club at any one time. (See: How many loans are allowed by Premier League clubs?)
22:05 Claudio Ranieri has added to his squad at Fulham by signing Havard Nordtveit on loan from Hoffenheim. The 28-year-old Norwegian returns to the Premier League after spells with Arsenal and West Ham United. (Details)
22:00 With one hour of the transfer window to go, clubs can still get through deals ahead of the 23:00 GMT deadline by using deal sheets. These can be submitted from 21:00 and allow a club an extra two hours after the window closes to submit the full paperwork. (See: What is the deal sheet in transfers?)
20:00 Leicester City have announced the signing of Youri Tielemans. The 21-year-old Monaco and Belgium midfielder joins on loan to the end of the season. Adrien Silva will head in the opposite direction in a similar deal. (Details)
19:00 He's back! Peter Crouch has returned to the Premier League. The 38-year-old striker has joined Burnley from Stoke City on a deal until the end of the season. (Details) As part of the deal Sam Vokes has gone in the other direction, moving to Stoke on a three-year contract.
18:35 Brighton have signed another promising European talent, with Jan Mlakar, a Slovenian striker, joining from NK Maribor. The 20-year-old goes back to Maribor on loan until the end of the season. (Details)
18:30 Arsenal have confirmed that Emile Smith Rowe has gone on loan to RB Leipzig for the remainder of the 2018/19 campaign. (Details)
18:15 A transfer at Brighton & Hove Albion where Tudor-Cristian Baluta has joined from Romanian club Viitorul Constanta on a three-and-a-half-year deal. The 19-year-old Romanian midfielder will return to Viitorul on loan until the end of the season. (Details)
14:30 It's a second signing of Deadline Day for Newcastle United, who have completed the permanent transfer of Paraguayan striker Miguel Almiron from Major League Soccer side Atlanta United. (Details)
13:04 Monaco left-back Antonio Barreca has moved to Newcastle on loan. The Magpies have the option to sign the 23-year-old Italian permanently at the end of the season. (Details)
12:04 Denis Suarez has joined Arsenal on loan from Barcelona for the remainder of the season. The 25-year-old attacking midfielder won the 2015 UEFA Europa League under Unai Emery at Sevilla. (Details)
10:00 After impressing in his 20 Premier League appearances since his summer loan move from Atletico Madrid, Spain left-back Jonny has completed a permanent transfer to Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Details)
Part 1: What is the deal sheet in transfers?
Part 2: How does a club begin the process of completing a player transfer?
Part 3: What is the Premier League's role in the transfer process?
Part 4: What is FIFA's Transfer Matching System?
Part 5: How does the work-permit process work for transfers?
Part 6: Rules governing the third-party ownership of players
Part 7: Is a fax machine used for transfers?
Part 8: How many loans are allowed by Premier League clubs?