Deadline Day

The clock is ticking to the closure of the Transfer Window and Sky Sports will bring you all the drama.

Last Updated: 31/01/13 at 18:22

Follow all the last-minute transfer deals with Sky Sports

The clock is ticking to the closure of the Transfer Window - and Sky Sports will be across the deals to bring you all the drama of Deadline Day.

Sky Sports News will have reporters across the country on Thursday waiting to bring you details of all the deadline-busting moves while Dharmesh Sheth and Bryan Swanson will keep you up to date on the SkyPad.

Alan Curbishley will join presenters Mike Wedderburn and Alex Hammond from 6am to give reaction to the news as it happens while David Garrido and Hayley McQueen will take over at 10am.

As the drama builds, Julian Warren and Kirsty Gallacher will take you into the evening while Jim White and Natalie Sawyer will build the tension to the deadline at 11pm as managers scramble to bring in new faces. They'll be joined in the studio by guests including Ray Wilkins and Niall Quinn.

Online, skysports.com will bring you news first of all the deadline day action with the dedicated Transfer Clockwatch where you can keep tabs of all the movers and shakers across what is sure to be a hectic few hours. Our rolling news service will include the latest reports, breaking stories, pictures, video bulletins and done deals from our team of correspondents around the world.

If you hear of any late moves, don't forget you can get involved by sending your news to our Rumour Room where we will follow up the best tips and allow you to rate and slate your fellow readers' observations.

You can also listen to news of all the transfers as they happen via Sky Sports News Radio. When the TV remote is out of reach, our dedicated radio channel is available on iPhone and iPad via the Sky Sports apps and also online at www.skysports.com/radio

Former England international Danny Mills will be joining our presenters in the studio throughout the evening to talk through the moves as they happen while Paul Jewell, James Beattie and Michael Gray will also provide their insight.

If you want to get involved via Twitter, follow @skysports and @skysportsnews where you will find a wealth of information at your fingertips as we endeavour to keep your thirst for transfer news satisfied. Include the hashtag #skydeadlineday to get involved in the debate.

And if you're out and about, don't forget you can also keep tabs on who is moving where with our dedicated Sky Sports News apps for android, iPhone and iPad where you'll find a full list of who has moved where.

It promises to be a thrilling climax to the Transfer Window - and you won't miss a thing with Sky Sports.

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