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Five things to keep an eye on tonight on transfer Deadline Day

| 31.08.2016

It’s been a busy old Deadline Day, but even as the sun goes down and the stars come out, we’re still expecting to see a plethora of deals done before 11pm rolls around.

A host of Premier League teams are still looking to land a couple of late signings, while a number of players are similarly looking to resolve their futures.

We’ve done the reading and run the rule over 5 things to look out for this evening…


As the day has gone on, Ronald Koeman and the blues have rapidly emerged as major players.

They’ve ousted Tottenham as favourites for Moussa Sissoko, and done the same to Swansea for Enner Valencia. Will the Toffees splash the cash tonight?


The eternal enigma that is Mario Balolelli has been ominously quiet today.

Is he off to Nice? Is he off to Port Vale? Nobody seems to know.


They may have signed three players yesterday but there’s a reason Hull were still favourites to do the most business this morning.

Stoke and West Brom have usurped them in that market, but the Tigers are still 7/1 favourites to do the last piece of business tonight.


David Moyes isn’t happy with his current roster at Sunderland, the number of players linked with the Wearsiders shows us that much.

Will Lamine Kone leave? Will the Black Cats sign Jason Denayor or Steven Naismith? We fancy there’s more to come at the Stadium of Light.


Having signed just three players all summer, things have been a little quiet at White Hart Lane.

Spurs were 1/8 to sign Moussa Sissoko at one point this morning, but that’s now gone quiet. Tottenham are no strangers to Deadline Day drama though, so stay tuned.

Stay tuned to news.ladbrokes.com and @Ladbrokes for all the latest Deadline Day news.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.