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Transfer Deadline Day on Sky Sports: How to follow the action

Deadline Day
Image: How to follow Deadline Day with Sky Sports

The transfer window shuts at 11pm on Wednesday - 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 are also scheduled for Wednesday 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...

The Transfer Centre

Out and about on Deadline Day? Don't worry. Our live Transfer Centre will have every last bit of detail from each and every move across the UK and the biggest deals across the continent.

On our digital platforms, we'll have minute-by-minute updates from reporters, the latest video and all the best features to keep you up to date on Deadline Day.

Image: Our Transfer Centre will be running from 6am on Deadline Day, until 2am on February 1

We will also stream Sky Sports News' Deadline Day coverage for FREE at 5pm, 7pm and 10pm.

Plus, you can receive Deadline Day alerts by downloading the latest version of our Sky Sports apps. Tap 'More' on the bottom right of your screen, then tap Notifications and switch on 'Football'. And don't forget to select 'Breaking News' as well to get all the biggest, breaking sports news

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Sky Sports News

Sky Sports News 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.

We'll be joined by a variety of big-name guests throughout the day, including Thierry Henry, Jamie Redknapp, Phil Thompson, Alan Smith, Paul Merson and Charlie Nicholas.

Guests on Sky Sports News on Deadline Day

  • 0800-1000 - Mike Phelan and Joleon Lescott
  • 1000-1300 - Alan Smith and Don Goodman
  • 1300-1430 - Dennis Wise
  • 1430-1600 - Alan McInally and George Boateng
  • 1600-1800 - Jamie Redknapp, Thierry Henry and Alex Scott
  • 1800-1930 - Phil Thompson and Andy Hinchcliffe
  • 1930 - Nigel Reo Coker across digital platforms
  • 2200-0000 - Paul Merson and Charlie Nicholas

You can watch Sky Sports News at any time by signing in on, the apps or Sky Go if you're on the move and just £6.99 will bag you a day pass with Now TV.

Social media

Search #DeadlineDay across Sky Sports' social media platforms to make sure you separate the fact from the rumours.

On Twitter, follow @SkySportsNews for breaking news lines with reaction and analysis on @SkyFootball and @SkySportsPL

Our Facebook page will stream LIVE updates from the Sky Sports News studio with reporters and special guests with Nigel Reo Coker joining Pete Graves across our digital platforms from 6pm onwards.

The Football Daily gang will also be in the Sky Studios with Soccer AM from 7.30pm to bring you their version of the last few hours of the window.

Premier League goals

Our transfer coverage doesn't stop, but from 7.45pm Sky Sports subscribers will be able to see goals and highlights from the evening's seven Premier League matches in the Sky Sports App.

Sky Sports app 'Enhanced Live' feature
Image: You can see goals from Wednesday's seven Premier League games in our Sky Sports 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.

And don't forget, Soccer Special will be on Sky Sports News from 7.30pm, with Paul Merson, Charlie Nicholas, Phil Thompson and Alan McInally.

Image: Tune into Soccer Special from 7.30pm on Wednesday

February 1

We don't stop as the clock hits 11pm. On Thursday, we'll have a Transfer Talk fallout podcast, plus features across our digital platforms including pundits' grades, the story of the window, the players left out on the shelf, and the free agents XI heading into the summer.

We'll also have a special edition of The Debate Live from 10pm, where Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville will dissect the biggest January transfer window dealings.

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