Rose signs for Sunderland - but "no more" transfers for Newcastle

Sunderland confirmed their signing of Spurs defender Danny Rose on a season-long loan, on the last day of the football transfer window. The full-back will act as a direct replacement for Kieran Richardson, who has completed his move to Fulham.

Rose was part of Team GB at the Olympic Games, making four appearances on the way to the quarter finals and only just missing out on a bronze medal. He made 29 career appearances for Tottenham.

The Black Cats had already spent well over £20m bringing in the winger Adam Johnson and striker Steven Fletcher - as well as the French international striker Louis Saha and Spanish centre-back Carlos Cuellar.

Manager Martin O'Neill said he was very happy with the club's transfer business over the summer.

Newcastle United's manager Alan Pardew told the media the club did not expect to do any more business before the transfer window closed at 11pm on Friday.

The Magpies have only made one senior signing over the summer, defensive midfielder Vurnon Anita from Ajax.

Pardew said he was not expecting any more players in or out, but would not be certain until the deadline passed.