Premier League clubs need to register new players by midday for Tuesday games
By Allan Valente
Last Updated: 01/02/16 12:12pm
Clubs face a midday rush to get their Deadline Day business done if they want new recruits to be available for Tuesday night's Premier League fixtures.
New registrations of players have to be completed by midday the day before a round of matches, and with eight Premier League games taking place on Tuesday night, some clubs may be rushing to get their deals done.
That could mean a busier morning than usual for a Deadline Day, as clubs look to get their deals done early to make sure new signings can make their match day squad.
The transfer window in England shuts at 11pm on Monday evening and you can keep up to date with all the latest news and done deals by tuning into Sky Sports News HQ or following our dedicated Transfer Centre.
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Elsewhere, the Spanish FA recently announced they would delay their window by 24 hours, meaning a new time of 11pm on Monday.
Germany's window will be open for a further 18 hours after England, Spain, and France, while Italy shuts an hour earlier and Scotland an hour later.