The January transfer window will shut on Monday 1st February 2016 and the BBC and Sky Sports News HQ will bring their viewers all the latest twists and turns throughout the day.
On SSNHQ, Mike Wedderburn and Rachel Brookes are on air from 6am to deliver the early news before handing over to Rob Wotton and Rachel Wyse (10am), who will present through to 1pm.
David Garrido and Natalie Sawyer are in the hot seat until 5pm before Kirsty Gallacher and Julian Warren bring viewers all the latest transfer updates up until two hours before the closure of the window.
“Mr Deadline Day” himself, Jim White, will be joined by Hayley McQueen and Kate Abdo to take viewers through to the 11pm deadline and beyond as the all-important paperwork continues to be processed.
Throughout the day, Sky Sports News HQ will welcome a number of big-name experts to deliver their verdicts on the deals, including Thierry Henry, Ray Parlour, Paul Merson, Ian Holloway and Guillem Balague.. while Kaveh Solhekol, Dharmesh Sheth and Aidan Magee will be at the investigating desk with info on all the moves as they happen.
The BBC’s Dan Walker will host Football Focus on BBC One from 11.15pm (11.40 in Wales) with Jermaine Jenas, Danny Murphy and journalist Henry Winter as his guests.
Dan will also host a special edition of Sportsday on the BBC News Channel from 6.30pm.
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