The January transfer window closed at 11pm on Friday evening. Here is a round-up of what happened where in London
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Tottenham have sacked manager Andre Villas-Boas in the wake of their 5-0 home defeat to Liverpool. So, who will be his replacement?
It seems that Fulham FC want to make two more signings before the transfer window closes tonight. According to The Independent, Fulham manager, Rene Maulensteen is looking to complete his deal for Everton's defender, John Heitinga.
Watford FC has confirmed the on loan signing of QPR midfielder, Samba Diakite.
OFFICIAL: Midfielder Samba Diakite has signed for #WatfordFC on loan for the rest of the season from QPR.
Spurs winger, Nacer Chadli is in line to start talks with Swansea. According to Sky Sports, Tim Sherwood insisted no other players were leaving the Lane. However, it appears he may have changed his mind about the 24-year-old.
Recent reports from Forzaitalianfootball.com say that Arsenal may make a last minute move on AC Milan's Nigel de Jong. It's hoped the Dutchman will boost the North London team's midfield.
Fulham have moved to replace Dimitar Berbatov by completing the signing of Greek striker Kostas Mitroglou.
Defender Kurt Zouma has signed for Chelsea on a five-and-a-half-year contract from French club St Etienne, the Barclays Premier League club have announced.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has spoken of building a team for the next decade and Zouma's acquisition fits with his brief of recruiting young players full of potential.
"We like the profile. We think he's very much adapted to the Premier League," Mourinho said.
Crystal Palace has confirmed the signing of Welsh goalkeeper, Wayne Hennessey. The 27 year old moves from Wolverhampton Wanderers for an undisclosed fee. Palace recently climbed out of the relegation zone after winning their last two home matches against Hull and Stoke.
According to Metro.co.uk, West Ham's Ravel Morrison may be be swapped with Manchester City's England defender, Joleon Lescott. It's been suggested that Morrison's relationship with boss, Sam Allardyce is slightly frosty.
David Moyes says Manchester United's business is over for January. He also reveals how impressed he's been with Juan Mata and has updates on the fitness of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie.
Tottenham Hotspurs has recently confirmed that Lewis Holtby will be on loan for the rest of this season at Fulham.