Crystal Palace have reappointed their former boss Neill Warnock to keep them in the Premier League.
The undisputed Heavyweight Boxing Champion said he "respects" his former boxing promoter Frank Maloney's decision to live life as a woman.
From Guinness World Record trials, to a beat boxer on a cycle sofa, tomorrow's event boasts a variety of things to do and see.
Northern Ireland have added Brentford winger Stuart Dallas to the preliminary squad for their opening Euro 2016 qualifier in Hungary. The 23-year-old, who earned his only previous cap against Wales in a much-depleted Carling Nations Cup side three years ago, has been rewarded for a strong start to the season with the Bees. Dallas has scored three times in seven appearances and will be part of a 27-man training group that manager Michael O'Neill will cut to 23 before leaving for Budapest and Sunday's Group F clash.
Fulham are favourites to sign Cardiff's captain Mark Hudson. The 30-year-old Jamaica international, from Ealing, previously played in west London for Wealdstone before spells with Leeds, Everton and Leicester.
It looks like Fabio Borini is on his way out of Anfield, with Press Association Sport reporting that Liverpool have accepted an initial £10million bid for the striker from QPR.
Borini has struggled to settle in Merseyside and was linked with a permanent move to Sunderland, where he spent last season on loan. However, that move fell through with Borini rumoured to be unwilling to move to the Stadium of Light and now it seems like Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has taken advantage of that to snap up a replacement for the recently-departed Loic Remy.
Chelsea now have 22 players on loan to other clubs, with the announcement that Nathaniel Chalobah is joining Burnley.
James Cracknell has thrown his hat into the ring for the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat, according to The Evening Standard The paper reports that his name is among dozens that have been put forward to become the Conservative contender for the west London constituency following the announcement by Sir John Randall that he's standing down.
A shortlist of three or four names is being prepared, with the winner being announced next Friday.
Spurs striker Jonathan Obika has signed permanently for Swindon Town, where he made five appearances on loan in 2011. The 23-year-old came through the youth ranks at Tottenham but struggled to make an impact in the first-team
Two other players on their way out of White Hart Lane are youngsters Tomislav Gomelt and Souleymane Coulibaly, who have both moved to Bari. Gomelt, 19, joins the Italian Serie B side on a season-long loan while Coulibaly, also 19, has signed permanently.
A move by QPR for Lassana Diarra has fallen through, despite the midfielder passing a medical on Saturday.
Diarra watched Rangers' 1-0 league victory over Sunderland from the Loftus Road stands on Saturday, with manager Redknapp saying the deal was complete barring paperwork. However, the Lokomotiv Moscow midfielder's move has now fallen apart, denying Redknapp the chance to work with the France midfielder he signed at Portsmouth.
All is well. Rio Ferdinand has tweeted that Harry Redknapp is on the case, after twitter suggested he had gone AWOL on transfer deadline day.
I've just seen the boss....looks bang in negotiation mode ?
One of the most famous figures of transfer deadline day appears to have gone AWOL. PA Sport, who've been reporting the transfer gossip all morning, are threatening to call the police if he's not seen in the next hour.
– PA Sport
"There's still no sign of Harry Redknapp! It's starting to get worrying now. Another hour and we'll call the police."
In an earlier update, they posted: "It's nearly 11 and we haven't seen Harry Redknapp yet. Where is he? Did Sandra forget to set the alarm?"
And fans on Twitter are calling for his famous 'quote from the window of his Range Rover' shot, seen so many times in previous years.
Deadline day isn't the same without a car window interview with Harry Redknapp!