The domestic transfer window closes on Friday as clubs scramble to wrap up some last-minute deals.
After the international window closed earlier this month, the domestic agreement between Premier League and EFL teams means players can still be transferred in England.
While the majority of moves will see players from the Premier League move to the Championship and below, there will be some going in the opposite direction.
For those players still dreaming of playing in the top-flight, they will be eagerly looking to complete moves before 5pm tonight.
Here, Mirror Sport takes a look at 5 players who could seal Premier League moves ahead of the deadline…
1.Joe Rodon (Swansea City)
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Wales boss Ryan Giggs has made his feelings known on the 22-year-old, reportedly telling Manchester United to sign the central defender.
That advice looks to have fallen on deaf ears, with former United boss Jose Mourinho leading the race for his signature.
Tottenham are yet to lodge an official bid for Rodon, with the Swans looking for around £18million for his services.
The Championship club are expecting a bid from north London, but Steve Cooper has claimed they won’t let their most prized asset go on the cheap.
2. Ismaila Sarr (Watford)
A summer that has seen the winger linked with Liverpool and Man United, could still see him make a move back to the Premier League.
However, with Liverpool out of the running and United now unable to register him from the Champions League, his options have become more limited.
Crystal Palace are believed to be interested, having made their interest known way back in August.
They have yet to test Watford ’s resolve with an official approach, but the Hornets are said to be holding out for £45m.
3. Josh King (Bournemouth)
Few would have anticipated the Norwegian striker would still be with the Cherries three months after their relegation.
But King has been forced to watch on as Callum Wilson sealed a top-flight return with Newcastle earlier in the window.
The 28-year-old has less than 12 months left on his deal and could be available for £15m in the final hours of the domestic window.
King himself admitted that he thought a move would have already materialised. Speaking to TV2, he said: “If you’d asked me two months ago if I thought I’d be in Bournemouth after what I’ve been promised, I’d have answered 110 per cent no.
“It’s a bit special to be a footballer who has nine months left on his contract. We’ll see if I leave now in January or this summer.”
4. Todd Cantwell (Norwich City)
A number of clubs have been tracking the Engand U21 international after shining, despite the Canaries’ relegation last term.
Leeds United were reportedly leading the race for Cantwell, who scored seven times last season.
City boss Daniel Farke has had a hardline stance with the player in recent weeks, dropping him for having a poor attitude.
However, Norwich have not relented on the £25m valuation they placed on his head at the start of the window.
Both the player and his agent are keen to secure a move back into the Premier League, but with Leeds now reluctant to spend big a move is looking increasingly difficult.
5. Said Benrahma (Brentford)
Probably the biggest transfer saga surrounding any player from the Championship, Said Benrahma finally looks as if he will finalise his move away from Brentford.
Almost half of the twenty top-flight teams have been linked at one point or another, with Aston Villa boss Dean Smith keen for a reunion with his former player.
But it looks like West Ham could win the race for the Algerian forward, after reportedly agreeing personal terms.
Benrahma is believed to have conducted a medical on Thursday evening, with the Hammers growing increasingly confident they will be able to get a deal over the line ahead of 5pm.
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