Transfer Deadline Day on Sky Sports: How to follow the action
By Stephen Mills
Last Updated: 01/02/17 11:56am
The transfer window shuts today at 11pm – and here's how you can follow Deadline Day with Sky Sports, the home of transfer news.
The race to get deals over the line looks set to be more dramatic than ever, as seven Premier League matches and 10 Sky Bet EFL games are also scheduled for Tuesday night.
But don't worry. You can stay across the excitement of Deadline Day AND the live action across Sky Sports' platforms. Here's how...
Sky Sports News HQ
Sky Sports News HQ will have reporters following every Premier League club from 6am to bring you details of the transfer deals as they happen.
In the studio, Mike Wedderburn and Alex Hammond will kick things off in the morning, while Jim White and Hayley McQueen will be on air to see us through the 11pm deadline.
Guests on Sky Sports News HQ on Deadline Day
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We'll also bring you news and analysis at the SkyPad and in the Transfer Zone.
We'll be joined by a variety of big-name guests throughout the day, including Thierry Henry, Jamie Redknapp, Phil Thompson, Matt Le Tissier, Charlie Nicholas and Guillem Balague.
Remember, Sky Sports subscribers can watch Sky Sports News HQ wherever they are throughout the day on Sky Go.
Sky Sports mobile apps and skysports.com
Our dedicated Transfer Centre blog will bring you updates all day and all night, so you won't miss a thing even if you're on the move.
We will also stream Sky Sports News HQ's Deadline Day coverage for FREE at midday, 5pm and 10pm.
Our digital platforms will list all the deals as soon as they happen, along with features and analysis from the Sky Sports experts.
And don't forget to subscribe to push notifications, so you'll receive the breaking news first!
Search #DeadlineDay across Sky Sports' social media platforms to make sure you separate the fact from the rumours.
You'll also be able to see live streams of Sky Sports News HQ's Deadline Day coverage at midday, 5pm and 10pm via deadlineday.twitter.com.
Our Facebook page will stream LIVE updates from the Sky Sports News HQ studio with reporters and special guests.
Sky Sports News HQ's presenters will be taking over the Sky Sports Instagram account throughout the day.
On Snapchat, we'll publish a round-up of all the big stories at 5pm and you can see Premier League goals from midnight.
Premier League goals
Our transfer coverage doesn't stop, but from 7.45pm Sky Sports subscribers be able to see goals and highlights from the evening's seven Premier League matches in the Football Score Centre app.
And at 10pm we'll bring everybody highlights of all seven matches on your mobile. All you need is a free Sky iD.
The highlights will also be available on the Sky Sports website from midnight.
While watching goals on your mobile and following the transfer updates on your laptop, keep your TV tuned to Sky Sports News HQ for score updates and goals from the EFL on Soccer Special.
Jeff Stelling will be joined by Matt Le Tissier, Phil Thompson, Alan McInally and Charlie Nicholas between 7pm and 10pm before handing back to Jim White.
Don't worry… if any big deals happen during that time, Jeff and the gang will be sure to let you know.
Sky Bet EFL
There's 10 EFL matches on Tuesday night, including Aston Villa's trip to Brentford which is live on Sky Sports 1 from 7.30pm.
You can see goals as they go in on Soccer Special and follow updates from all of the matches on our dedicated live blog on skysports.com and the mobile apps.
You will also be able to match highlights from all of the games for free on our digital platforms shortly after the final whistle.
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