It has been an unusually quiet transfer deadline day as some Premier League clubs look to get new signings in ahead of the 11pm deadline.
Here, the PA news agency takes a look at some of the best deals done so far.
Rogers makes Villa switch
Aston Villa is delighted to announce the signing of Morgan Rogers from Middlesbrough! ✅
— Aston Villa (@AVFCOfficial) February 1, 2024
Aston Villa have completed a move for Morgan Rogers from Middlesbrough, with the forward having impressed in the Sky Bet Championship so far this season with seven goals and eight assists to his name.
The 21-year-old arrived at Villa Park after Middlesbrough finally succumbed to an offer in the region of £16million.
Rogers will now line up in the Premier League to help Unai Emery’s side pursue a spot in Europe come the end of the season.
Rodrigo Ribeiro becomes Nuno’s first
Nottingham Forest captured 18-year-old forward Ruben Ribeiro from Sporting Lisbon as Nuno Espirito Santo made his first signing as Forest boss.
The 18-year-old striker has joined the club on loan for the remainder of the season, in a deal which could be made permanent.
Ribeiro has turned out seven times for Sporting so far this campaign and has even played in the Champions League, making his debut against Manchester City in March 2022.
Gio Reyna added to Forest ranks
Nottingham Forest have once again been one of the busier clubs on deadline day and completed a second loan signing of USA midfielder Reyna from Borussia Dortmund.
Reyna has made 121 appearances for Dortmund since 2019 and has already earned 24 caps in international colours.
Reyna will bring a wealth of experience from the Bundesliga and Champions League as Forest aim to bolster their bid to survive in the Premier League.
Dahoud goes back to Germany
Midfielder Mahmoud Dahoud joined Brighton from Borussia Dortmund in the summer but will now head back to Germany on loan at Stuttgart until the end of the season.
The 28-year-old German has made 14 appearances in all competitions but has fallen out of favour since receiving a red card against Sheffield United in November and has not featured for the Seagulls since a 1-1 draw with Burnley at the start of December.
Technical director David Weir said: “This is a good move for Mahmoud. It will give him an opportunity to play regularly for a side doing very well towards the top of the Bundesliga. We wish him well for the rest of the campaign.”
Mowbray secures Pritchard
In a sign of how quiet things have been, a Championship deal cracks the top five.
Midfielder Alex Pritchard becomes Birmingham’s third signing of the January transfer window.
The 30-year-old will link up with former boss Tony Mowbray on a two-and-a-half year contract