Transfer Deadline Day: How to follow on the BBC

Manchester United's Paul Pogba
Manchester United's £89m signing of Paul Pogba is the biggest deal of the transfer window

Fans, players and club officials will be ready for one of the busiest days of the 2016-17 football season when the summer transfer window closes on Wednesday, 31 August.

Managers will be looking to make final additions to their squads before the deadline passes at 23:00 BST in England and midnight in Scotland.

The BBC has several ways for you to keep up to date with all the latest deals, speculation and analysis on what could potentially be a frantic climax to the transfer window.

Online

For those of you following deadline day both home and abroad, follow our live text commentary from 07:00 BST until the window closes on your computer, tablet or phone via the BBC Sport website or app.

The BBC will bring you every completed deal, with updates from reporters around the grounds plus gossip and analysis from our team of pundits.

Manchester City's John Stones.
John Stones' £47.5m move to Manchester City makes him the most expensive English signing of this transfer window

You can get involved throughout the day via our social media channels and have your say on the biggest storylines.

Our transfers page will be updated as every deal is completed and we will also be keeping track of moves across Europe with the transfer windows in Spain, Italy, Germany and France also shutting on Wednesday.

Social media

You can follow all the deadline-day deals via the @BBCSport or @BBCMOTD accounts on Twitter and share your views using #bbcfootball.

There will be updates on the BBC Sport and Match of the Day Facebook pages, where you can give your reaction as the day progresses.

N'Golo Kante joined Chelsea from Leicester City for around £30m in this transfer window
N'Golo Kante joined Chelsea from Leicester City for around £30m in this transfer window

Keep an eye on the BBC Sport Instagram page for picture updates from our reporters around the UK.

The app

You can get the latest breaking news and sign up for alerts from your favourite teams or sports on the BBC Sport app which you can download for your smartphone or tablet.

It is available from Google Play for Android devices, the App Store for Apple devices, and the UK Amazon Kindle Fire Appstore.

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