Another transfer deadline day is upon us and a slew of deals are set to be completed by some of the biggest clubs.
The likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are expected to be busy before the 11pm deadline as they look to further strengthen their squads for the long season ahead.
Clubs in the Saudi Pro League likely won't be scrambling to get deals over the line as their deadline, much to Jurgen Klopp's frustration, is September 20.
But there should be plenty going on in Europe and with Sky Bet, a number of players are actually odds on to move onto pastures new before the window slams shut.
Brennan Johnson is 4/9 to move to Spurs on deadline day, having been heavily linked with Chelsea.
The Wales international is rated at around £50 million by Nottingham Forest, who look to have earmarked Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi as their Johnson replacement. He is 8/13 to sign for Steve Cooper's side.
Elsewhere, Ryan Gravenberch is set to sign for Liverpool after they reportedly reached an agreement with Bayern Munich.
Liverpool are expected to pay around £35 million for the Netherlands international and medicals have already booked - though unlike Moises Caicedo and Romeo Lavia this one looks to get over the line.
Gravenberch, who looked like an option for Manchester United at one point, is 1/20 to join the Reds.
United's pursuit of Sofyan Amrabat has felt longer than the takeover situation but it appears as though a breakthrough has finally been reached for the Fiorentina man, who is 2/5 to join.
A deal which is going under the radar is Marco Verratti's impending move to Qatar, as opposed to Saudi Arabia.
The Italian, with odds of 8/11, is believed to be close to joining Al Arabi and will end an 11-year stint at Paris Saint-Germain.
And lastly, Joao Felix appears on the cusp of signing for Barcelona on loan from Atletico Madrid, with odds of 1/2 offered.
He was surplus to requirements under Diego Simeone and wanted to move to the Blaugrana, who are still hopeful of acquiring Joao Cancelo.
That move will also be a temporary one in order to avoid any Financial Fair Play issues.