Transfer Deadline Day live news, updates and done deals from Premier League

It's Transfer Deadline day and it's set to be a busy one with a number of the Premier League's top clubs involved.

Manchester United are yet to get a deal done for Jadon Sancho and a transfer looks unlikely now but there's always hope. Borussia Dortmund are standing firm that United missed their August 10 deadline but would they accept a late, big bid?

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are also aiming to get a deal done for Porto left-back Alex Telles so plenty of action on that front.

Arsenal now look like missing out on Houssem Aouar but bringing in Atletico Madrid's Thomas Partey could be a viable option.

As for Chelsea and Liverpool it's more about departures. Both clubs have invested well this summer and could do with loaning or selling a few to trim the fat.

Follow all the latest rumours, gossip and deals as they're done below…

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Cavani to come

We start off with the big-name deal of the day. While it's not Jadon Sancho, Manchester United are at least poised to land Edinson Cavani.

The free transfer will be sealed imminently and Daily Star Sport has the breakdown of what his proposed contract reflects at Old Trafford.

Wages per week: £200,000-a-week

Wages per year: £10.4m-a-year

What he earned at PSG: £540,000-a-week (£28m-a-year)

Contract length: Two years (£20.8m)

Where he ranks:

1. David de Gea – Per year: £19.5m Per week: £375k

2. Paul Pogba – Per year: £15m Per week: £290k

3. Anthony Martial – Per year: £13m Per week: £250k

4. Edinson Cavani – Per year: £10.4m Per week: £200k

5. Marcus Rashford – Per year: £10.4m Per week: £200k

6. Harry Maguire – Per year: £9.8m Per week: £189k

FULL STORY:Edinson Cavani set to arrive at Man Utd

Welcome to Deadline Day!

Hello and welcome to the Daily Star’s transfer deadline day live blog.

Let’s hope it’s one to remember with surprise Manchester United loans and shock Arsenal departures.

Whether it’s buying or selling, every club in the top six should be involved as the summer transfer window comes to an unusually late close.

Follow all the action here and don’t miss a deal on this blog.

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