Welcome to Sports Mole's live transfer deadline day blog.
Today is the day when Premier League and Football League clubs need to finalise their business by 6pm this evening.
Yesterday, the window closed for most clubs around Europe, but there is still time for English outfits to get deals over the line.
Premier League clubs have spent more than £700m on players so far in this window, but that figure could rise by this evening.
"Manchester United have backed themselves into a corner," he said. "Everyone knows they are absolutely desperate to get players in. I have been a critic of Louis van Gaal for a long time I still don't know what he is doing.
"They feel like a feeder club for Real Madrid. Nothing feels right. There is no plan, no pattern. I cannot see what direction he is taking the club. I don't get what he is doing."
"I have received offers but my idea is to stay here and fight for a position because it is a great club," ESPN quotes Rojo as saying. "I'll try to play as much as possible. I talked to Van Gaal when I returned and was upset by everything that had happened but he said he was counting on me."
So, will Rojo be staying after all?
"I am very happy. For me it was very important to come back because when I was here I had a great rapport with the fans and the club. It was a very easy choice for me to come back here and I'm very happy to be here."
"I think there are a few hours left and I'll be buzzing if it does happen for him, and if he does end up at our place I'll be over the moon. But obviously it's his decision and he's got to sort that out today. I'm sure I'll speak to him later on at some stage and find out all the ins and outs."
"I'm so excited to join United. I've always wanted to play in the Premier League and look forward to meeting my teammates."
"So another frustrating transfer window shuts with Arsenal sitting on huge financial resources despite there being a widely held view squad additions were needed. The AST would like the club to review its scouting and playing purchasing arrangements. If they believe all is well they should reflect on what the point is of a football club.
"If Arsenal run for the benefit of supporters - why does the Club sit on huge cash piles year after year? Whether it needs to be spent on the team is a matter of opinion. If the opinion of the manager is that it doesn't, and the board back him, so be it. However, give the money back to the supporters in lower ticket prices and other benefits".
"We have a key player who has been very unsettled by antics which were designed to get him out of our club cheaply. Those tactics have continued despite my making our position clear in my first conversation with Daniel Levy on this subject in mid-August.
"I said selling Saido so late in the window was not on our agenda. Tottenham's offers failed substantially to reflect Saido's true value while the timing made no allowance for our own recruitment of a suitable replacement for a proven Premier League goalscorer.
"Saido has been unsettled to the point where our Head Coach has not felt able to select him for our last three games. We are now left with the task of repairing the damage created by this unfortunate episode."
That sounds very familiar, doesn't it? Adebayor will be a Spurs player until January, and possibly longer.
"Manchester United did not seek contact from Real Madrid for the sale of David. David is a key member of our squad and the club's preference was not to sell. No offer was received for David until yesterday.
"At lunchtime yesterday, Real Madrid made its first offer to buy David. A deal was agreed between the clubs, which included Navas being transferred to Old Trafford. The deals were dependent on each other."
More from the statement: "Real Madrid didn't upload David's documents to the Spanish league in time, per reports it seems some 28 minutes after the deadline The fact that Manchester United filed the papers on time was acknowledged by the Football Association, who offered to support that claim in any discussions with FIFA. The Club offered this assistance, as well as its own timestamped documents to Real Madrid but they have chosen not to go down this route.
"Manchester United acts appropriately and efficiently in its transfer dealings. The Club is delighted that its fan-favourite double Player of the Year, David de Gea, remains a Manchester United player."
Chris Ramsey has told the club's website: "I think QPR have helped put players like Charlie and Matty on the map, and it's great to see them acting with such integrity and loyalty.
"Obviously, from a professional point of view, you feel a little disappointed for them as all players want to play at the highest level possible, but they're in a great place here at QPR."
"Being able to bring Bradley to Derby represents and major coup for the football club. As I have said before, the midfield position is one we have been trying to strengthen, not just with numbers but with quality, and Bradley certainly brings that in abundance," the Derby boss told the club's website.
"I want to add my quality to what West Ham already have and hopefully we can do even better than last season. I am very pleased to work under the new manager [Slaven Bilic]. There is a huge amount of talent with Alex Song and Nikica Jelavic joining the club and I want to help the club finish as high up in the table as possible," he told the club's website.
The former Baggies defender told BBC Radio 5 Live: "If Jeremy doesn't get the money he wants, he doesn't need to sell anyone to balance the books. I don't know what Saido's been told behind the scenes or if he's been told he can go if the offer reached a certain level.
"But I had a scenario where I was told that I'd be allowed to leave if we didn't go up. I did manage to go, but it went all the way down to the wire on deadline day. I ended up going to Aston Villa"
"I feel really pleased about the way in which our business during this transfer window will allow us to carry on with the continuity in our squad and develop some of our young talent while adding some outstanding characters to the football club," Martinez told the club's website.
"I think he should have tried to bring players and I think he did try, it could not happen, but I still think that team needed some players," Henry told Sky Sports News.
"Carlos will be a very good signing for us. Everyone is going to see that he is a very good player," the Boro boss told the club's website. "One of the biggest things is how much he wanted to join us. He told me from the first minute that he couldn't wait to start working with us and that is the main thing."
"He needs to go and play somewhere, his career is wasting away," Redknapp is quoted as saying by The Telegraph.
"I don't feel the pressure," Martial told the club's official website. "I know there is pressure but I'm ready for it," he told the club's website.
"I spoke with the coach, Louis van Gaal, and I know that I need to work very hard. It's not easy to speak about myself but I am a very fast player. I hope that everything will go well for me at this club."
"I thought it was good to share with the fans pictures but I think they have been killing me for that," he posted. "Ok, chao (sic) Instagram and Twitter. Focus on football and show myself again."
"We now have a young, energetic squad but hopefully I can bring some experience and help it develop over the next few years," he told the club's website. "I've been lucky enough to play with Micah [Richards] both at Man City and with England. I know he can go on and be one of the best centre-halves."
"I feel it's a missed opportunity - because the Premier League, without Manchester City there, is almost there for the taking. If you could put it together now and go on a run, then you can do something. Arsenal might go on a run anyway, but it's probably unlikely," Keown told BBC Sport.
"I have not talked to David and do not know his opinion, [but] life goes on. Nobody has died for this. He must maintain his level, he is one of the best keepers.
"The world of football and signings is like this. Everyone tries to get the most and this is never easy for any player. He has had a bumpy summer because he has decided his future and that of his family. But it is something we have to go through at times, everyone has to understand the facts and do their best wherever they are."
"I'm very happy to sign for a big club like Chelsea and I want to do my best to help the team win titles. I want to thank the club for giving me this opportunity."
"I'm delighted to be given the opportunity to play for a club with such great history. I've heard fantastic things about Sunderland and the supporters from Claudio Reyna and Jozy Altidore. Claudio speaks very highly of Dick Advocaat from his time at Rangers."
"Celtic did not want me to leave and wanted to extend my contract. The club did everything to keep me and I appreciate that, but I felt the time was right for a new challenge in the English Premier League. I thank everyone at Celtic, the manager and all the staff. Celtic is a brilliant football club. It will always be in my heart and I will always be a Celtic supporter myself."
"It will be very difficult for Saido Berahino but you have to toe the line and be professional and conduct yourself in the right way. I don't understand the logic of keeping him. West Brom have already got a replacement in [Solomon] Rondon. What is the advantage?"
"From time to time, people think it's Charles Manson or Fred West that is going to come into the building, but that's the ridiculous legacy I have, which is baffling. 'I think if you're a Premier League club, anyone from 10th downwards, and you had the opportunity to take me on a free transfer it's an absolute no-brainer.
"But they are lazy, they don't do their homework so they tune into things you did in 2006, 2007, rather than look at what's going on, what you've done in the last three years, how your family circumstances have changed."
"We want to continue to combine stronger financial resources with faith in our philosophy and policy. That means we want to continue to give chances to young players and build players from inside our club with our culture. Afterwards, if we can buy the exceptional players, we can compete today but that will not be the basis of our policy."
"I'm delighted. It was a very easy decision to join this club. This is a very ambitious club, who have been doing very well in the last couple of years. It's a great place to be and it's the right step for me.
"For me now to get the opportunity to play in the Premier League is unbelievable and I will enjoy it. I know it's an ambitious club – they have been through a lot throughout the years. They are trying to play football and that's something that really attracted me."
"It's a great boost for the club, in terms of the academy, the first team and the area of Newport. The region produces a lot of good, young footballing talent. We are active in the transfer market and there will be options for us when the loan window re-opens again in a week's time.
"There is a small legacy in many aspects that Regan has created, the money that he has generated could help to get other players and to give the younger boys that inspiration to possibly do what he's done one day."
"He had a major role in the second half of our season and we're looking forward to Aaron kicking on and continuing to enjoy his football, as well as being the productive player we know he can be. He is well-respected in the dressing room, his experience in the Premier League is immense and he will immediately add to our squad and to the ambition we have as a club."
"Everton did everything to bring me over and I wanted to come. They have a lot of good players so I'm very happy to be here. When I heard about Everton's interest, I didn't think twice and I'm going to give it 100% every time I go out there to play."