MK Dons have signed Wigan Athletic winger Ryan Colclough on a season-long loan deal.
The 21-year-old impressed at struggling Crewe Alexandra last season, scoring 12 goals.
He then moved to Wigan in January where he helped them gain promotion to The Championship.
I’m ecstatic. He’s somebody who I tried to sign last season and has been one of our main targets for six months.
He made his second-ever professional appearance against us and I remember watching his debut while we prepared for that game against Crewe.
He can play off both sides. He comes from a club like Wigan, who play a similar style and he started at Crewe, which means he’s been developed properly.
He’s very direct. He’s aggressive in his finishing and I think he’s certainly someone who can make us a better team. He’ll make us more dynamic offensively, being a goalscoring wide player.
Ipswich Town have signed Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams on loan for a fourth time.
The Welsh international has already had three loan spells at Portman Road.
The 22-year-old will now spend the rest of the season with Mick McCarthy's side after impressing for Wales at Euro 2016.
Meanwhile, winger Cameron Stewart has left the club after his contract was cancelled by mutual consent.
With no loans after today, we had to get it done now and when I knew Ipswich wanted me, it was a no-brainer.
I’ve had some great times at Ipswich and played some of the best football of my career here, especially in the first spell I had.
Norwich City forward Steven Naismith has confirmed he could move to Premier League club Sunderland before the transfer window closes tonight.
The 29-year-old is currently training with the Scottish national team but could soon have to make his way down to the Stadium of Light.
Speaking to Sky Sports News this afternoon, he confirmed a deal could be done.
"Maybe it'll happen. My agent is working on it. We'll wait and see."
Naismith only joined Norwich in January for an £8 million fee from Everton.
Stevenage have agreed a loan deal for highly-rated Nottingham Forest striker Tyler Walker.
The 19-year-old is the son of Forest legend Des Walker and will spend the season with Boro.
Walker has played for England at under 20s level and also spent time on loan at Burton Albion last season.
Peterborough United striker Joe Gormley has moved to Scottish Premiership side St Johnstone on a loan deal until January.
The Northern Irishman joined Posh from Cliftonville last year but almost immediately sustained a serious knee injury.
The 26-year-old will now be hoping to return to full match fitness by getting game time north of the border.
Meanwhile, Cambridge United midfielder Keith Keane has joined Rochdale on loan until the new year.
Norwich City defender Harry Toffolo has joined League One promotion hopefuls Scunthorpe United on loan until January.
The 21-year-old left-back has been out on loan at Swindon Town, Rotherham United and Peterborough United in recent seasons and will have another temporary spell away from Carrow Road.
Toffolo has so far been unable to break into the Canaries' first team on a regular basis.
Luton Town have signed Newcastle United midfielder Alex Gilliead on loan until January.
The 20-year-old was on loan at Carlisle United last season and was rumoured to be heading back to Brunton Park.
However, the England youth international will now spend the first half of the campaign with the Hatters instead.
Alex ticks every box for us. He’s young, hungry and wants to do well. He’s technically very good, he’s fit and he fits in nicely with our group.
I have known him since my time at Brighton. He is a fantastic young player and one that is going to provide even more competition and quality to the side we have. It’s a real coup for the club, the fact that he wants to come here, we are excited to have him.
Crystal Palace midfielder Jonny Williams has been strongly linked with a return to Ipswich Town.
The Welsh international has had three loan spells already at Portman Road and is set for a fourth.
It's believed he's close to joining on a season-long loan and the deal should be completed before tonight's transfer deadline.
Premier League side Sunderland are reportedly in talks to sign Norwich City goalkeeper John Ruddy.
The 29-year-old is one of the Canaries' longest-serving players having joined from Everton in 2010.
According to Sky Sports, Sunderland have turned their attentions to Ruddy after missing out on Joe Hart who is set to join Torino.
Ruddy is currently sidelined with a groin injury but should be fit after the international break.
Ipswich Town have completed their second signing of the day, with Leicester City's Tom Lawrence joining on a season-long loan.
The attacking midfielder has previously spent time on loan at Rotherham United and Blackburn Rovers and started his career at Manchester United.
The Welsh international moved to The King Power Stadium in 2014 but has struggled to break into the first team.
Lawrence joins striker Leon Best in making the switch to Portman Road.
I think there were a few clubs interested but Ipswich are a club that always seem to be up at the top end of the Championship.
I want to be at a club that has ambition and wants to push for promotion and hopefully we can do that here.
I have played in the Championship before and it looks as though it could be the toughest year yet with the clubs in the division but we’ve got a good squad here and I’m looking forward to it.