Manchester United are back for Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines, Chelsea have signed Samuel Eto'o, while Stoke want Werder Bremen's Aaron Hunt.
21.20 BST: IF Sky Sports are to be believed, then Everton are weighing up a loan deal for Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry.
21.20 BST: Juventus have sold Alessandro Matri to AC Milan for €11 million, according to Milan Channel.
20.38 BST: A source has told ESPN that Sunderland have agreed a fee with El Jaish for Stephane Sessegnon.
20.04 BST: The Irish Independent claims that Wigan midfielder James McCarthy is set to join Everton should Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini leave for Manchester United.
19.18 BST: Haven't heard about Chelsea signing Samuel Eto'o? FULL STORY HERE.
18.42 BST: Staying with Augsburg, the German club have been linked with a move for Cottbus attacker Boubacar Sanogo. Michael Parkhurst could be set to depart to make room.
18.09 BST: According to Kicker, Augsburg are interested in signing former Germany international Alexander Madlung, who is available on a free transfer.
16.47 BST: Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has told Sky Sports that he wants to sign another striker before the transfer window closes on Monday. West Brom's Peter Odemwingie and Getafe's Alvaro Vazquez have both recently been linked with a move to the Liberty Stadium.
16.33 BST: Sky Sports report that Atalanta winger James Troisi is on a list of Norwich targets to cover the long-term loss of Elliott Bennett.
16.24 BST: According to talkSPORT, Reading are considering a loan move for Fulham's young Italian striker Marcello Trotta.
16.12 BST: Chelsea capture Willian and Eto'o from Anzhi.
16.10 BST: Marca report that Real Madrid have a deal in place with Granada to bring Guillermo Siqueira to the Bernebeu should Fabio Coentrao leave. Liverpool were also interested in the Granada left-back, but the lure of Real would have been a major factor.
16.02 BST: Amazing stuff. Spurs making Madrid wait, so that Arsenal can't sign Di Maria? Don't rule it out.
RM vice presi on Bale: "There are probs, but I think in the end, there won't be. We're going to wait because they're pussyfooting around."— Kay Murray (@KayLMurray) August 29, 2013
16.00 BST: Sky Sports report that Mark Hughes will send Jack Butland on loan before next Monday if he can find a suitable club. The Stoke City youngster is touted to rival Joe Hart for England's number one shirt in the future. He opted to join Stoke over Chelsea last year in the hope of securing more first-team playing time, but it now appears he'll be searching for that elsewhere.
15.50 BST: As revealed earlier, Atletico Madrid and Borussia Dortmund will not be signing Shinji Kagawa during the summer transfer window, with his agent telling ESPN he will not be leaving Manchester United. FULL STORY HERE.
15.33 BST: The Daily Star reports that Liverpool have made a £19.7million bid for Dynamo Kiev attacker Andriy Yarmolenko.
15.17 BST: Samuel Eto'o announcement is close, as it's revealed that he's signed a one-year deal.
15.14 BST: DONE DEAL! Morton Gamst Pedersen has signed for Turkish side Kardemir Karabukspor after Blackburn agreed to his sale. He has signed a two-year deal on a free transfer.
14.58 BST: FIFA.com reports that Christopher Samba, Alexei Ionov, and Vladimir Gabulov of Anzhi Makhachkala have joined rivals Dinamo Moscow, as the player exodus at Anzhi continues.
14.55 BST: Mata to stay then. Huge competition for places at Chelsea.
Jose on Mata: "Everything is clear between me and the player, he has no problems. He wants to stay, I want him to stay. There is no story"— Mark Lomas (@marklomasESPN) August 29, 2013
14.46 BST: More news for Arsenal fans. The Gunners are reportedly preparing to make an offer to Juventus for Fabio Quagliarella.
14.42 BST: DONE DEAL AT ARSENAL! Arsenal can confirm that Mathieu Flamini has re-signed for the club. Arsenal have their new midfielder, but Wenger must have something up his sleeve, there's more to come from the Gunners.
14.41 BST: Galatasaray striker Burak Yilmaz is close to completing his move to Lazio. We're just awaiting official confirmation which should filter through soon. Also an update on the deals at Spurs. Lamela and Chiriches have completed their medicals, and now they wait for Eriksen to complete his so the deals can be announced.
14.38 BST: DONE DEAL! Manchester United have loaned young striker Angelo Henriquez to Real Zaragoza for the season.
14.29 BST: More Schalke news. Teemu Pukki says goodbye to his teammates as he prepares to join Celtic. Deal agreed.
14.22 BST: BBC Sport reports that Wolves have agreed a fee with Barnsley for full-back Scott Golbourne. He is currently undergoing a medical to at the club. Wolves boss Kenny Jackett had this to say: "He had an excellent year in the Championship last season and I'm very pleased to add him to our group."
14.10 BST: DONE DEAL! FC Schalke have confirmed that Germany international Dennis Aogo, 26, has signed a one-year loan deal from Hamburger SV. However they did not say whether the loan includes a buy-option.
14.00 BST: According to Football-Italia, Roma sporting director Walter Sabatini has flown to France in an effort to sign Mamadou Sakho from Paris Saint-Germain. Meanwhile, Sky Italia report that Liverpool are close to agreeing a deal for the France defender. Seems there is quite a race to sign the 23-year-old now.
13.48 BST: L'Equipe reports today that Manchester City are to consider making a huge £38million bid for Porto's young defender Eliaquim Mangala. They seem set to capture Martin Demichelis from Atletico Madrid, but will have to wait for Atletico to sign a replacement for Demichelis before they can finalise a deal to bring in the defender. FULL STORY HERE.
13.41 BST: The Metro reports that Mikel Arteta says Arsenal will make "last-minute" signings which can help them to win the Premier League title.
13.33 BST: Club and player look sure to part ways on bad terms.
Gareth Bale fails to appear at Tottenham training for a third consecutive day as his proposed move to Real Madrid continues to drag on #thfc— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) August 29, 2013
13.20 BST: Erik Lamela is currently undergoing his medical at Spurs training ground, ahead of his €30million move from Roma. There is potential for a triple announcement regarding the signings of Vlad Chiriches and Christian Eriksen from Spurs, but time will tell if those come to fruition.
13.00 BST: DONE DEAL! SC Freiburg have announced the signing of Czech international Vladimir Darida, 23. The transfer fee is rumoured to be around €4million, which is the highest transfer fee Freiburg have ever paid. Freiburg sporting director Klemens Hartenbach told kicker that Darida is a "typical Freiburg player."
12.48 BST: Speaking of Eriksen, SportsDirect News go as far as saying that Spurs have agreed a £10.7 million deal with Ajax for the transfer of the Denmark international.
12.29 BST: The Daily Mail reports that Lewis Holtby will be allowed to leave Tottenham on loan following the imminent arrival of Christian Eriksen from Ajax. The German U21 midfielder joined Spurs in January in a cheap deal from Schalke. Injury has ruled him out thus far, but now with an influx of midfielders at the club, his playing time may be limited.
12.12 BST: Shinji Kagawa is going nowhere. No loan to Atletico Madrid, and no return to Borussia Dortmund. Will Manchester United use him more frequently this year?
12.01 BST: Tommy Carroll has broken through at Spurs, making a number of first team appearances last season and impressing for England U21's.
Tottenham midfielder Tom Carroll wanted by Crystal Palace on loan for season. Villa's Barry Bannan also in mix. More on Mail Online now.— Neil Ashton (@neilashton_) August 29, 2013
11.58 BST: Real Madrid have signed Barcelona B winger Kiko Femenia for the Castilla squad. A club statement read:
"Kiko Femenia, the 22-year-old winger, is now a player for the Whites. The player from Alicante, formerly of Hercules and Barcelona B, is now part of the reserve team squad following the agreement reached between Real Madrid and the player himself, making him Alberto Toril's Castilla's fourth reinforcement of the season."
Kiko had this to say: "In theory I was going to be an important player for Barca, but not even for one day were they concerned about me. My objective now is to return to what I was before going to Barça. They have sunk my spirits. They ruined my morale because I was coming from playing every game with Hercules and they changed everything for me. Last year I had to play with them, but they never even called me for one Copa [Del Rey] game, or brought me to train with the first team. I have always been for Madrid, I always respected Barca, but since I was a kid me, and my family, have been Madrid fans."
Someone was excited when he signed for Barca to make this video:
11.42 BST: Goal.com report that Arsenal have tabled a formal offer for Real Madrid winger Angel Di Maria, believed to be in the region of £25.6million. However, Real Madrid are reluctant to sell before Gareth Bale is signed, and Di Maria doesn't want to leave. It leaves Arsenal in a tricky spot, with pressure rising on Arsene Wenger to make some high profile signings. The latest news out of the Emirates is that Lukas Podolski is injured for 8-10 weeks. They'll need to make movements in this window soon.
11.38 BST: Werder Bremen sporting director Thomas Eichin, has told Weser Kurier that Aaron Hunt will definitely stay at Bremen, in light of interest from Stoke City. Hunt is under contract until the end of the season. Bild reports that Stoke manager Leslie Mark Hughes could also try and make one final move for Mame Biram Diouf, who he targeted and failed to sign a couple of weeks ago. But Hannover president Martin Kind ruled out a transfer, saying: "I don’t know anything about it. Our position remains the same. Our planning has ended. We will not give away that player."
11.26 BST: RCD Espanyol have completed signing of Real Madrid Castilla youngster Alex Fernandez. The club statement reads:
"Alex Fernandez has become a new signing for RCD Espanyol looking to the 2013-2014 season. The midfielder, who arrives from R. Madrid-Castilla, will sign for the next four seasons. Alex, who turns 21 next October 15, made his debut with Madrid’s first team with Jose Mourinho on the bench. An international with the Spanish national team’s underage sides, he was European U-19 champions in 2011, and selected golden boot in the competition. With this signing, RCD Espanyol reinforces the centre of the pitch with a footballer with a lot of talent and outstanding potential, who is very excited about his arrival at the blanquiazul first team."
11.06 BST: If Spurs bring in these five players, then sell Adebayor and bring in Javier Hernandez (as has been speculated earlier) then it must be one of the best transfer dealings of all time. Quite remarkable stuff. The best part for Spurs is that with Bale selling for so much, they have spent very little of their own money on such great acquisitions. Kudos Daniel Levy et al. But it's not done yet.
As well as Lamela/Vlad/Eriksen, Spurs trying for Coentrao and Alvaro Vadillo. I could see another forward too if they can lose Adebayor.— Tom Collomosse (@TomCStandard) August 29, 2013
11.02 BST: DONE DEAL! Malaga have finally sealed the loan capture of Fiorentina forward Mounir El Hamdaoui. The ex-Spurs striker made his name playing in the Netherlands with the likes of Ajax and AZ Alkmaar. Fiorentina snapped him up in last season, and now the 29-year-old moves on in a loan deal to Malaga, with the option to buy.
10.45 BST: Medicals booked for Eriksen, Chiriches, and Lamela. Spurs fans must be over the moon.
10.34 BST: Kazakhstan -born German youngster Alexander Merkel's agent says his client is unlikely to stay at Udinese for this season. The 21-year-old hasn't settled well in Italy, despite signing for the club from Genoa, where he caught the eye somewhat.
10.16 BST: Fabio Coentrao is still stuck in limbo, having not played a minute all season, and could be running out of options too. Marca say Tottenham, Chelsea and Monaco are his current suitors. Monaco getting him on final day of window looks pretty likely.
09.50 BST: Manchester City target Martin Demichelis was on Atletico Madrid's bench last night, for the Super Cup match with Barcelona, despite Marca reporting that a €5million move to Man City was already done. This one seems to be dragging on a bit, but it does look like a deal will be struck before deadline day on Monday.
09.33 BST: The Daily Mail has a report on the Alvaro Vadillo's potential transfer to Spurs as mentioned earlier. They report that Tottenham's spending spree shows no sign of slowing as Andre Villa-Boas targets £17million "new Ronaldo."
09.15 BST: So Samuel Eto'o is really set to complete his transfer to Chelsea from Anzhi Makhachkala, according to widespread reports in the British media. He will become their fourth striking option alongside Fernando Torres, Demba Ba, and Romelu Lukaku. It does seem as thought Ba will be heading back to Newcastle on loan though. FULL STORY HERE.
08.58 BST: Marca's front cover. They are finally satisfied with the whole Gareth Bale saga. Now we wait for the obligatory keepy-uppys to seal the deal at the unveiling.
Marca's cover: "Super signing" pic.twitter.com/8Q7Hkn85q5— Real Madrid Info (@RmadridInfo) August 29, 2013
08.45 BST: Spanish journalist Goncalo Lopes gives us a little teaser. Legitimacy is unclear at this point. Initial thoughts are Alvaro Vadillo of Real Betis, due to previous links.
Thfc and AVB will go for another player, this time in Spain.— Gonçalo Lopes (@_GoncaloLopes) August 29, 2013
A young prospect that play in Bale position. #thfc— Gonçalo Lopes (@_GoncaloLopes) August 29, 2013
08.40 BST: Eren Derdiyok, 25, had hoped to return to Hoffenheim team training, but a court turned down a restraining order. The Switzerland international had been demoted into the "training group II" with the likes of former Germany keeper Tim Wiese. The Switzerland star, hoping to make it to Brazil 2014, could still make a switch to Hamburg or Bayer Leverkusen, who are both interested in taking the unlucky Hoffenheim striker on loan. However Hoffenheim want €500,000 and that is too much for all clubs, along with his wages of €1.7million a year.
08.22 BST: The Daily Star reports that Samuel Eto'o has rejected Spurs to join Chelsea in a £6.9million deal, with the former Barcelona star to be unveiled as a Chelsea player today.
06.06 BST: According to the Mirror, there could be a reunion on Tyneside with Newcastle in talks of sealing a return for Demba Ba from Chelsea. Ba has been pushed down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge and now with the arrival of Brazilian Willian, may look for a move back to Alan Pardew’s side.
04.22 BST: The Mirror is claiming Tottenham are preparing to make a move for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez. But Spurs - who have splashed the cash this summer - will have to pay £15 million for the Mexico international.
Manchester United just won't take 'no' for an answer. The Premier League champions are back with an improved £38 million bid for Everton duo Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines. But according to the Mirror, not everyone is happy about it. United boss David Moyes angered many inside Goodison Park when he bid £28 million - an amount that was described as 'nonsense' - for his former charges. But Moyes is desperate to bring the two players to Old Trafford and has returned with an increased offer. Problem is, Moyes only increased the bid by £10 million, and that again has set fire to Everton officials' anger. However, reports are suggesting Everton will allow Fellaini to move to the champions, but will stand in the way of any attempt to let Baines leave.
The reunions just will not stop at Stamford Bridge. After Jose Mourinho returned to Chelsea, and in the process brought Michael Essien back to the club, the stage is set for another joining of old friends with The Guardian and the Daily Mail reporting that Samuel Eto'o will reform his partnership with Mourinho in the Premier League. Eto'o and Mourinho had great success together at Italian club Inter Milan, crowned by lifting the Champions League trophy in 2010 and The Guardian is claiming the Cameroon international will sign a 12-month contract with the club. Meanwhile, the Daily Mail reports that Eto'o will take a £10 million-a-year pay-cut to re-join Mourinho.
Finally, Stoke City aren't done with the summer transfer window with The Telegraph reporting that manager Mark Hughes has tabled an offer for Werder Bremen striker Aaron Hunt. However, there are fears the deal will not eventuate with the German international said to be unsure over a move to the Britannia Stadium. Stoke have already seen a move for another German-based striker - Hannover's Mame Biram Diouf - collapse by the wayside, but with Werder Bremen already agreeing to a £2.5 million fee, it's just now up to Hughes to convince Hunt that Stoke is the right move. However, Stoke is also scouting Rennes forward Mevlut Erdinc.