90min‘s Transfer deadline day live blog will guide you through the chaos of what should be an exciting end to the summer 2022 window.

Chelsea are expected to be the biggest movers and shakers, as they look to sign Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Edson Alvarez and potentially others, Manchester United are expected to finalise the transfer of Antony, and Youri Tielemans could be a late departure from Leicester.

Manchester United have finally completed the signing of Antony on a five-year deal from Ajax.

The 22-year-old Brazilian joins in a move worth €100m (£85m), and reunites with Erik ten Hag after weeks and weeks of speculation.

Read more about his move to Old Trafford here.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp said the club would look for a midfielder after being decimated by injuries and it appears Juventus’ Arthur Melo is the solution.

The Serie A giants have been trying to push the Brazilian to anybody that will take him, and a loan move to Anfield is now on the horizon. A medical is now expected for the 26-year-old, who previously played for Barcelona.

RC Lens midfielder Seko Fofana is a player Arsenal and Newcastle have been tracking this summer, but he won’t be moving to the Premier League after surprisingly signing a new deal until 2025.

Fans stayed behind after the win over Lorient to watch the Ivory Coast international sign fresh terms, which ended up leaving the player a tad emotional. Nice scenes.

Watch what happened here.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta admitted after the 2-1 win over Aston Villa on Wednesday that his side may need to sign a midfielder after Mohamed Elneny sustained a serious injury at the weekend.

The Spaniard is also without Thomas Partey, and that prompted the Spaniard to admit that a fresh face could come in – Leicester’s Youri Tielemans, out of contract next summer, has long been linked.

“[Elneny’s injury] has an impact because also Thomas is injured, and we are a bit short in that position. We have Sambi, players like Granit can play there, but we are looking at options in the market. The club has been super supportive to try to keep improving the team and the squad as we can. If the right player is there and we can do it, we will try.”

There’s been a mountain of speculation over the future of Cristiano Ronaldo, but it appears he’ll be staying at Manchester United despite his wish to play Champions League football.

Here’s what Erik ten Hag had to say about his future at United during his pre-match press conference before the trip to Leicester.

It’s hard keeping of track of who has gone where in the Premier League this summer, but don’t worry, 90min has been covering all bases ever since the window opened.

Below you can find a comprehensive list of every deal involving the 20 teams competing in this season’s top flight.

There’s nothing like kicking off your deadline day with the latest rumours circulating from around Europe.

Edson Alvarez, Douglas Luiz and Cody Gakpo are among those making the headlines elsewhere, with a number of other players potentially packing their suitcases in preparation for pastures new.

Welcome to 90min‘s coverage of Transfer Deadline Day 2022, where the window will slam shut at 11pm.

B*tween now and then, 90min will provide you with the latest rumours, gossip and done deals, as clubs look to desperately conclude last minute business to get their houses in order between now and January.

All eyes will be on Manchester United and Chelsea today, as long-running sagas involving Antony and Frenkie de Jong draw to a close for the Red Devils, and the Blues prepare to spend big thanks to co-owner Todd Boehly.

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