Premier League clubs are on course to break another spending record on the final day of the transfer window.
The total at the start of the day stood at £790million, £45million short of the £835million record set last summer, but with a number of big deals expected to go through analysts have said "gross spending is on course to reach a new record".
Follow the action for North East clubs as it unfolds here:
9:30am - Olivier Kemen
Newcastle teenager Olivier Kemen has completed a permanent move to French club Lyon.
The 19-year-old midfielder, who joined the Magpies from Metz during the summer of 2013, has returned to his native country for an undisclosed fee.
Kemen, a youngster purchased for his potential, was a regular at Under-21 and youth level, but did not make a first team appearance during his time on Tyneside.
10:38am - Jonás Gutiérrez
Former Newcastle midfielder Jonás Gutiérrez is moving to Spanish top-flight side Deportivo La Coruna on a free transfer.
Fan favourite Gutierrez joined the Magpies in July 2008 and returned to the first team earlier this season after recovering from testicular cancer.
Before leaving the club the 32-year-old criticised owner Mike Ashley on social media.
Deals seem very quiet on the North Eastern front...
Perhaps Sunderland's expensive signing yesterday, Italian striker Fabio Borini from Liverpool has settled Dick Advocaat's demands for more players.
Still three-hours to go for us to find out...
5:34pm - DeAndre Yedlin
DeAndre Yedlin has become Sunderland's eighth summer signing after completing a season-long loan move from Tottenham.
The 22-year-old United States full-back has followed Fabio Borini, Jeremain Lens, Yann M'Vila, Ola Toivonen, Younes Kaboul, Sebastian Coates and Adam Matthews to the Stadium of Light as head coach Dick Advocaat attempts to avoid a repeat of the struggles which have beset the club in the last two seasons.
5:55pm - No news of last minute purchases or confirmation regarding Haris Vuckic's status at NUFC.
Five-minutes to go...
6pm - The window is shut!
After two months of deals the transfer window has officially closed.
Newcastle, Sunderland, Middlesbrough, Hartlepool and York City have signed more than 20 players.
Vote in our poll: Who has been the signing of the summer?
6:04pm - Carlos de Pena