Luton Town midfielder Cameron McGeehan could be forced sit out this weekend's derby game with Cambridge United because he's been banned by the country that have been trying to call him up.
The 20-year-old was named in Northern Ireland's under-21s squad for their upcoming games against Scotland and Iceland, but he rejected the call because he wants more time to consider his international future.
The Irish FA have now taken the unusual step of suspending McGeehan from playing any football for the remainder of the current international window.
The Hatters say they'll appeal the decision.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy and summer signing Ryan Fraser have been nominated for the Sky Bet Championship Manager and Player of the Month awards.
Town have made a flying start to the season and have taken 10 points from their opening five games to sit third in the league.
Much of that success has been down to the form of Fraser who's scored twice and set up three more since arriving from Bournemouth.
McCarthy is up against Brighton and Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton, Hull City's Steve Bruce and QPR man Chris Ramsey while Fraser will have to see off competition from Brighton's Kazenga LuaLua, Birmingham midfielder Stephen Gleeson and Burnley defender Michael Keane.
It's been confirmed that Norwich City have completed the signing of West Ham United winger Matt Jarvis on a season-long loan.
Norwich City pair Tony Andreu and Vadis Odjidja-Ofoe have moved on short term loan deals to Rotherham United.
Andreu has moved to the Millers until 2 January, while Odjidja joins them on a one-month emergency loan deal.
Both featured when Alex Neil’s team won 2-1 at the New York Stadium in the Capital One Cup Second Round last Tuesday.
Norwich City midfielder Bradley Johnson has completed a shock move to Championship side Derby County.
The former Leeds United man won the Canaries' Player of the Season award last season as they won promotion to the Premier League.
It's believed that Derby will pay in the region of £6 million for Johnson.
West Ham United winger Matt Jarvis is expected to move to Carrow Road as a replacement.
Cambridge United have completed the loan signing of Shrewsbury Town left-back Mickey Demetriou.
The 25-year-old has agreed a deal that will see him stay at The Abbey Stadium until January.
Demetriou helped the Shrews gain promotion from League Two last season.
"Mickey is a player we know well from our time in the conference whilst playing against Kidderminster, and last season he played 40 games for Shrewsbury during their promotion winning campaign.
We have been active in trying to bring another versatile left sided player to the club and Mickey fits the profile perfectly. He will give us good options and competition at left back, left wing back and left midfield, all areas where we felt we needed another player.”
Colchester United have signed former Bedford Town goalkeeper Dillon Barnes.
The 19-year-old has been on trial at the U's all summer and has done enough to earn a permanent deal.
Barnes will help cover for current number one Sam Walker who injured his cruciate ligament earlier this season.
Peterborough United midfielder Jack Payne has joined League Two side Leyton Orient on a season-long loan, with a view to a permanent move.
Former Posh captain Payne has fallen out of favour at the ABAX over the summer.
The 23-year-old could make his Orient debut in tonight's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash against Luton Town.
Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy says that the club won't be adding any new players ahead of this evening's transfer deadline.
Town are happy with their summer dealings after bringing in Australian winger Tommy Oar and Polish defender Piotr Malarczyk last week.
McCarthy did admit that he could let winger Alex Henshall leave the club though.
“That’s it for us. We have a strong squad, certainly the strongest we’ve had since I’ve been at the club.
Alex (Henshall) is available for transfer. He is not going to get in front of the other lads here and it’s time he moved on. I’ve told him that.”
Southend United have completed the permanent signing of former Burnley defender Luke O'Neill.
The 24-year-old has been on loan at Roots Hall this season but has now put pen to paper on a two-year deal.
O'Neill was released by Burnley earlier today.