There are several players who could still end up in the Premier League despite the transfer window closing.
That is because the EFL market is still open for another two weeks.
A whirlwind day on Monday saw some huge transfers in the top-tier, such as Thomas Partey, Edinson Cavani and Alex Telles all arriving from Europe.
But a domestic-only window is still in effect – but no deals between other Premier League clubs.
It means some Championship clubs may be quaking in their boots with several players still linked with transfers.
Mirror Sport takes a close look at those most likely to make the move to the peak of the footballing pyramid.
Liverpool and Manchester United have come knocking but Watford have stuck to their guns.
They have demanded £40m upfront, no chance of a loan, after he was signed last year by the Hornets for a club-record fee.
They have plans on bouncing straight back into the Premier League after relegation last year.
The Brentford ace has dazzled the Championship with his skills over the past year or so and has attracted attention from the Premier League.
Crystal Palace appeared ready to snap the Algerian up for £20m but the deal has gone quiet.
But they are not alone with West Ham another interested party, while even some Prem big boys such as Chelsea and Arsenal have eyed him too.
Tottenham emerged as late contenders for the Swansea star but were looking for a bargain deal.
Jose Mourinho is desperate for a centre-back after missing out on Milan Skriniar and Antonio Rudiger.
However, the Swans have asked for more than double Spurs’ initial offer – so it remains to be seen whether both parties can find an agreement.
The Bournemouth striker is still at the club despite links with United and Spurs.
But with interest in him cooling, Aston Villa and West Brom have taken up a transfer tug-of-war.
The Baggies are desperate for a striker, whereas Villa might be okay in that department after splashing £33m on Ollie Watkins – who scored a hat-trick against Liverpool.
One-third of the deadly attack Brentford had last season, along with Watkins and Benrahma.
The Bees would be stricken to lose all three in one transfer window but with Leicester sniffing around the Frenchman, it is quite possible.
Mbeumo scored 16 times in the Championship last year and has already got one this campaign as he looks to be the main man.