Sky Sports is promising football fans "more ways than ever before" to keep up with the transfer deadline day drama.
According to Sky Sports, deadline day on January 31st is a "huge date in the diary for everyone who loves football".
As a result, it will be offering extensive multi-platform coverage of the latest developments to help fans keep up with all the twists and turns.
This will include live streaming of key coverage across Twitter, skysports.com and the Sky Sports app, with reporters following every Premier League club until the window closes.
Football luminaries including Thierry Henry, Matt Le Tissier and Jamie Carragher will also be on hand to assess and react to the biggest stories of the day.
Andy Cairns, Executive Editor at Sky Sports News, commented: "Every window, we strive to find new ways for fans to follow our coverage and deliver the stories in a way that suits their busy lives.”
Dave Gibbs, Director of Digital at Sky Sports, added: "The heart of deadline day is the fantastic reporting team and a newsroom that delivers incredible stories of improbable transfers all football fans are craving."
He said its job will be to "package the fascinating stories across all the platforms", so fans can decide which is the best way for them to keep up with the news.
Anthony Noto of Twitter added that the social platform is "thrilled" to be collaborating with Sky Sports to give fans a new way to follow the transfer deadline day news and rumours as they unfold live.