The transfer window is narrowing - due to close in the next two hours. So how are London's clubs faring? Find out here.
Chelsea got their Premier League campaigns off to a winning start. The full match report here.
The pros and cons if Mourinho returns to Chelsea.
Arsenal have reportedly signed German midfielder Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid in a 50 million euro deal.
Despite already having bought Tottenham's Massimo Luongo, it looks like Swindon are hoping to make at least one more signing before the transfer window closes.
It's reported that they're targeting Millwall striker Dany N'Guessan.
It's reported that Arsenal are in talks with Chelsea over the possible loan of Demba Ba. According to a French football magazine, Arsene Wenger is bidding for the striker, who also recently had talks with Chelsea.
Chelsea winger Victor Moses has joined Liverpool on a season-long loan becoming the club's third signing on transfer deadline day.
It's being reported that Cameron Jerome could be a last-minute signing for Reading from Stoke. Wigan are also reported to be interested in the striker
Yesterday's transfer action
- Gareth Bale breaks the transfer record by signing to Real Madrid for £85.3m
29-year-old winger and Mali international Jimmy Kebe signed by Crystal Palace from Reading
Chelsea sign Ghanaian striker Christian Atsu on a five-year deal, but he is immediately loaned to Dutch side Vitesse Arnhem for the rest of the season
Chelsea loan Victor Moses to Liverpool for £1m
The transfer window closes at 11pm tonight, so stay with ITV London for all the latest news from London's clubs.
Arsenal will be hoping to complete the signing of Real Madrid midfielder Mesut Ozil following Gareth Bale's move from Spurs to Spain. Arsene Wenger has admitted he needs to strengthen his squad, despite the Gunners' 1-0 victory against north London rivals Spurs yesterday.
Yesterday, Chelsea completed the signing of 21-year-old Ghanaian striker Christian Atsu for a reported £3.5m from Porto. It's also been reported that Liverpool will pay £1m to take Chelsea's Victor Moses on loan for a season.
And Tottenham now have money to spend after Real Madrid broke the world transfer record to sign Gareth Bale for £85.3m. They've already signed seven players for a total of £105m, but may still want to make another big signing before the window closes.
Transport for London has issued a warning for delays and congested lines ahead of this evening's Chelsea v Aston Villa football match at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea v Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge tonight,k/o 7.45pm. Surrounding stations and @districtline will be busy
Former England footballer Ray Wilkins was convicted of drink-driving today as it emerged he was banned from the road earlier this year after he was found intoxicated and "slumped" over his steering wheel.
Wilkins, 56, was disqualified for two years in March and fined £2,000 after a breath test showed he was nearly four times the legal limit.
The details of that offence were disclosed as he was handed a 12-month community order, instructed to pay £4,000 in coats and stripped of his driving licence for three years today.
Wilkins, 56, was so drunk he was forced to lean on his Jaguar XJ because he was unable to stand up when he was pulled over close to his home last May.
The slurring Sky Sports pundit was taken into custody where he struggled to give a sample of his breath and branded police procedures a "f****** joke".
Wilkins claimed he only drank two glasses of red wine before getting behind the wheel and suggested the results of his breath tests - which showed he was three times the limit - were unreliable.
But his defence was rejected today.
The former Chelsea player, dressed in a three-piece navy blue suit, stared straight ahead as District Judge Timothy Workman handed down his sentence at North Surrey Magistrates' Court, in Staines-upon-Thames.