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Arsenal wait on Nkunku; miss out on Perisic, Carrasco

The Transfer window for Europe's biggest clubs closes on Thursday. Transfer Talk has been scouring the world's media and setting forth.

TOP STORY: Arsenal wait on Nkunku; Miss Out on Perisic, Carrasco

Arsenal can only sign on loan on the BBC report that they have missed out on a pair of wingers on deadline day, Yannick Carrasco

Ivan Perisic Dallas Yifang did not accept their loan fee Denis Suarez Christopher Nkunku is still on the cards but "looks unlikely."

Nkunku, 21, has played 15 times for PSG this season but is not nailing down a first-team spot and wants to move on. Matt Spiro reports that "the two clubs are currently on the offer of buy option."

The real question on Arsenal fans' lips is: where are the defenders? OK they've got a few injured, but surely the defense should be the no. 1 priority.


21:25 GMT – DONE DEAL: Shaper Portland Timber's captain Liam Ridgewell Hull City on a deal through the end of the season.

21.12 GMT – DONE DEAL: Barcelona had already concluded a deal for Toulouse midfielder Jean-Clair Todibo that would see the 19-year-old join in the summer, but the Catalan club has now confirmed they've accelerated that timeline, and the France U20 international wants to move to the Spanish champions immediately.

01/21 GMT: Michy Batshuayi Chelsea to let him join Tottenham on loan until the end of the season, sources have told ESPN FC. 355 Valuation of the Belgium international.

20:48 GMT: Having sold Victor Vazquez and Sebastian Giovinco Toronto FC are in need of some playmaking and finishing, and US journalist Ives Galarcep is Spartak Moscow's Sofiane Hanni at Algerian International.

20:37 GMT: The Washington Post is reporting that the deal that would see DC United playmaker Luciano Acosta join Paris Saint-Germain is "complicated," and may not come to this evening's deadline.

20:24 GMT: Arsenal have had enough of Mesut Ozil and are ready to cash in the playmaker, according to the Sun, but the report states that rather than scramble to find a suitable destination for the 30-year-old – amid reported interest from PSG – the Gunners wants to wait for him this summer.

20:13 GMT – DONE DEAL: Leicester City and Monaco have wrapped up their swap deal that sees Portugal Adrien Silva leave the King Power for the Principality, with 21-year-old prized prospect Youri Tielemans moving in the opposite direction, both on loans until the end of the season.

20.00 GMT: – – DONE DEAL: Joan Pereira to Belgian top-flight outfit KV Kortrijk for the rest of the 2018-19 season.

The 22-year -old has made three first-team starts for Man United at this stage of his career and recently returned from the first half of the season on loan in Portugal with Vitoria Setubal.

19.50 GMT: Bojan remember him? Stoke man

Bad news for Baggies fans, however Stoke-on-Trent-Live report that Stoke has turned down a bid for the well-traveled Spaniard.

Bojan ends up, as the 28-year-old is not playing much at the moment with the Potters.

19.40 GMT : – DONE DEAL (s): Brighton has completed a couple of signing on deadline day.

First, the club announced they signed Romania international defensive midfielder Tudor-Cristian Baluta from Viitorul Constanţa .

Shortly after, the Gulls unveiled Slovenian striker Jan Mlakar a 20-year-old Slovenian who has had a big season at Maribor.

Baluta , Mlakar.

19.30 GMT: – DONE DEAL: It looks like 'C'mon Wilfried Bony some goals for Swansea' want to be retired.

Swansea have loaned out the Ivorian striker and fan favorite to Qatari side Al-Arabi, probably bringing his time to the club to an end. Now 30, Bony bagged 34 goals in 70 games during his first spell at the Liberty Stadium.

Bony returned to Swansea to a hero's welcome in 2017 but injuries – namely

19:20 GMT: The Sun, via the Birmingham Mail says that the Villa has joined the race for Swansea attacker Leroy Fer . The 29-year-old Dutchman has been sent to Lille in France for a claim.

Just four points out of the championship playoff places, Dean Smith is desperate to get a few late signings through the door at Villa Park.

19:06 GMT: – DONE DEAL – With Peter Crouch headed to Burnley, Burnley's Sam Vokes heads to Stoke on a three -and-a-half-year deal.

Vokes, 29, had just had three goals in this campaign for the Clarets but had 20 goals in 2013-14 and 15 in 2015-16 while playing in the Championship.

Speaking Stoke manager Nathan Jones said "Sam is a player of real pedigree, he has been promoted from this level to international and Premier League players."

"To get it done is something totally different to anything we've and we think he's a marquee player for this level. "

19.00 GMT: – DONE DE AL – Peter Crouch from Stoke.

The just-turned 38-year-old has scored 108 goals in

So, bonus points to Burnley on their player unveil, as they pay homage to Crouch's infamous robot celebration. Well done clarets!

18.50 GMT: – DONE DEAL – And one of football's giants have joined the deadline day party …

Barcelona, ​​have come out nowhere to announce they have signed Brazilian youngster Emerson from Atletico Mineiro.

The right-back will cost Barcelona € 12 million and he wants to join the club in the summer, after spending the second half of the season with La Liga's Real Betis on Loan.

Barcelona struck gold last Arthur in the form of Emerson.

18.43 GMT: – DONE DEAL: Brendan Rodgers said he expected a few more signings for Celtic and here

The Glasgow-based club have inked Maryan Shved on a four-and-a-half-year contract from Ukrainian side Karpaty Lviv.

The 21- Karpaty Lviv for the remainder of their season which concludes in April.

18:32 GMT: – DONE DEAL: Another English youngster is heading to Germany …

Arsenal's Emile Smith Rowe is heading to Leipzig on loan through the end of the season.

The 18-year-old has impressed in Arsenal, bagged three goals over six games in the Europa League and Carabao Cup.

Smith Rowe joins Jadon Sancho, Reece Oxford and fellow Arsenal man Reiss Nelson as English youngsters currently in Germany and joins a Leipzig side that

18:25 GMT: According to a report in the Birmingham Mail, West Brom are confident of securing a loan move for Fulham and Norway midfielder Stefan Johansen .

The 28-year-old Johansen has played sparingly since the arrival of Claudio Ranieri and would have to be a player.

18:14 GMT: – DONE DEAL: We mentioned earlier in the blo

West Ham youngster Reece Oxford is headed to Augsburg on loan for the remainder of the season.

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