The Premier League transfer window may have long since closed but there are still moves to be made across Europe before their transfer deadlines pass.
English clubs may not be able to buy players but they can still sell their men to clubs in leagues where the transfer deadline is still open.
There is not long left to get these deals done, though, so clubs will need to get a move on to get any pushed through before the deadlines.
When does the transfer deadline close across Europe?
Most of the big European leagues see their transfer windows close on Friday, 31 August.
Spain, France, Germany, Scotland, Russia, Turkey, Belgium and others all close at midnight on Friday except Germany which shuts at 6pm local time.
The only windows to close later than 31 August are Romania and Ukraine on 3 September and Israel on 17 September.
Already closed are the English, Finnish, Italian, Kazakh, Norwegian and Swedish transfer windows.
For a full list of the transfer window closing dates, click here.
When does the Premier League transfer window open again?
Premier League clubs can sign players again from Tuesday, 1 January 2019.