Premier League clubs will have until 11pm on Tuesday night to conclude any outstanding business that they are yet to complete.
It has been a landmark transfer window so far as plenty of high-profile deals have already been done in the top flight.
The returns of Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United and Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea have particularly stood out while Jack Grealish’s £100m move to Manchester City from Aston Villa broke the British transfer record.
Despite Arsenal’s poor start to the season, they have been the highest spending club in England this summer following their acquisitions of Ben White, Martin Odegaard and Aaron Ramsdale among others.
As for Leeds United, they have been considerably quieter than they were last summer. With Jack Harrison and Junior Firpo being the only significant incomings, they have spent roughly £75m less than they spent last summer ahead of their return to the top flight.
The Whites’ business looks set to go down to the wire though, as they are reportedly in advanced talks with Manchester United over a move for winger Daniel James.
We have taken a look at all of the details you need to know about the end of the transfer window.
When is transfer deadline day?
Although last year’s deadline was moved to a later date because of the ongoing effects of Covid-19, it has been reverted to its usual date this year as the window closes on August 31.
The previously-built furore around the final day seemed to have died down in recent seasons with clubs increasingly keen to get their business done earlier in the summer.
However, with a number of deals in the Premier League and around Europe still in the pipeline, it looks set to be one of the busiest in recent history.
What time does the window close?
As has become the standard, the transfer window will close at 11pm on Tuesday evening.
We often see the final deals being completed in the early hours of the following day and that is totally fine as long as the relevant paperwork has been submitted to the Premier League in time.
What about the rest of Europe?
There is usually a delay between the closure of the transfer window in England and across the rest of Europe which has often led to claims that it is unfair.
Premier League sides have been known to lose players to teams based abroad and with the English window being closed beforehand, they have then been unable to source replacements.
Although, this year, that is not the case as each of the main European leagues have the same cut-off date even withstanding the fact that the English window opened three weeks earlier.
The times of the deadline are slightly different though. In England and Spain, business must be done before 11pm while it is 5pm in Germany and the more obscure time of 11:59pm in France.