We look at the Premier League transfers expected to be completed on deadline day according to Sky Bet’s odds.
With the window set to close at 11pm on Tuesday, time is running out for clubs to do business.
Here's a look at five players who could make a late move...
No stranger to a transfer or indeed Newcastle, Townsend is being backed to return to St James' Park on deadline day. The winger has been in and out of the Crystal Palace team under Sam Allardyce and faces increased competition for his starting berth following the arrival of Jeffrey Schlupp. The Mapgies are in need of a boost after losing top spot in the Sky Bet Championship and crashing out of the FA Cup at the hands of Oxford, with Townsend, who scored four goals in 12 starts during his brief time on Tyneside, seemingly considered the solution at 4/7 to move and 11/8 to remain at Selhurst Park.
Norwich did well to see off suitors for Robbie Brady following their relegation but, if the odds are correct, the Republic of Ireland winger's time at Carrow Road could be about to come to an end. Crystal Palace and Sunderland have both been linked with securing his services but it is Burnley who are now deemed to be in pole position, according to Sky Bet. The Clarets broke their club record to bring in Jeff Hendrick in the summer and look set to do so again to land another one of the Sky Bet Championship's top talents.
Jordan Rhodes has found playing time limited at Middlesbrough this season, starting just twice and making four more substitute appearances, with Alvaro Negredo favoured up front. The arrivals of Patrick Bamford from Chelsea and Rudy Gestede from Aston Villa has added to the feeling that Rhodes is no longer part on Aitor Karanka's plans. A move to Villa Park is considered the most likely outcome. Villa are followed by Sheffield Wednesday (4/1) in the betting, with Fulham, Leeds, Hull and Brentford all long odds.
The forgotten man of Leicester's title triumph, Ulloa scored some of the most important goals in their run to unthinkable glory. However, amid increased competition this season, the Argentine striker has struggled to make Claudio Ranieri's starting line-up this season and on Monday afternoon stated he wanted to leave the club. With a worrying reliance on Jermain Defoe's goals and a slip to the bottom of the league, Sunderland have been backed into favourites to secure his services, while Spanish outfit Alaves and Turkish giants Galatasaray are both considered the be in the running at 6/1 apiece.
With 21 goals in 32 appearances for Brentford since coming back from injury, it comes as no surprise to see prolific striker Scott Hogan linked with a Premier League move. Talk surrounding his future wasn't muted by him missing four successive matches, and the 24-year-old returned as a substitute in Saturday's FA Cup loss to Chelsea. However, it is Sky Bet Championship side Aston Villa who are favourites to secure his services amid talks reportedly breaking down with West Ham (16/1). Crystal Palace are deemed to be the main rivals for his services at 12/1.