The window involving transfers between top flight clubs across much of Europe may have slammed shut on Monday night, but deals involving Premier League sides are not over just yet.
EFL teams can still do business with each other, as well as their top-flight counterparts, up until 5pm on October 16, meaning yet another - albeit smaller window - is still operative for the Premier League sides to strengthen with lower league talent.
Here, Sportsmail looks at 12 possible deals that could still go ahead in the next 10 days of the transfer window.Josh King
The Bournemouth striker has long been linked with a move away from the Vitality Stadium, with Manchester United having been looking to re-sign him as recently as January.
Tottenham were also interested in the summer before they landed Carlos Vinicius on loan from Benfica. Although both were only keen on the 28-year-old to act as cover, it demonstrated that he was considered worthy of a place in the top flight.
King turned down moves to Serie A during the window with hopes of sealing a top flight return. Aston Villa and West Ham United are potential suitors.
Aston Villa and West Ham may consider a swoop for Bournemouth striker Josh King
Having only arrived at Chelsea in the summer from Nice, Sarr already appears on the move as Frank Lampard hopes the 21-year-old can gain first-team experience elsewhere.
Sarr looked set to complete a season long loan switch to Porto on Monday but no confirmation had been made before the end of the day.
Portugal's transfer window is open for a further day, which is the Tuesday cut-off UEFA have set to clubs competing in the Champions League and the Europa League to register their squads.
Lampard is also keen to shift Emerson out of the club and he too could be off on loan to Porto, who are seeking a new left back after selling Alex Telles to Manchester United in a £15.4m deal.
Malang Sarr arrived from Nice in the summer but is set to join Porto on loan from Chelsea
Another player hoping to benefit from the late closure of the Portuguese transfer window is Felipe Anderson.
The £36m midfielder has become a misfit at the London Stadium following his 2018 arrival and, like Sarr, is on the brink of a switch to Porto on loan.
Unlike Sarr, David Moyes isn't likely to be expecting Anderson to return to east London in the future having fallen down the pecking order at the Hammers.
Felipe Anderson could also be poised for a Porto loan move from West Ham United
Unfortunately for Welbeck, his time at Watford has been plagued by injuries since joining in 2019, resulting in him only scoring twice in just 18 Premier League games.
Regardless of his undoubted talent, earning £100,000-per-week in the Championship left the side relegated from the Premier League in the summer with plenty of financial concerns following the turmoil of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Hornets have allowed him to depart on a free as a result, and with a player who when fit and on his game has proven handy for England at international level, a few top flight sides might fancy taking a gamble on his fitness with no transfer fee to lose.
Watford have allowed Danny Welbeck, who earns £100,000 in the Championship, to leave
There are few talents bigger than Said Benrahma in the Championship, but while many top flight clubs are interested none have blinked in making the first move.
The skilful midfielder was influential in Brentford's run to the play-offs last term and he has carried on in the same vain this season, scoring a wonder strike against Fulham in the Carabao Cup.
His demands of a wage packet worth £16m over five years have prevented Premier League clubs from making an official approach, with Crystal Palace and Fulham the keenest to land him from the Bees in a deal of around