Newcastle United sold Daryl Janmaat to Watford today for a reported £7.5m, but have moved quickly to bring in his replacement.
Former Sunderland full-back and US international DeAndre Yedlin arrived on Tyneside earlier today to finalise a £5m move and undergo a medical at Darsley Park.
The 23-year-old was on loan at Newcastle's North East rivals last season and has now made a permanent move up North from Tottenham.
The American comes in at St James' Park at the same time Newcastle are off-loading their deadwood, with Gabriel Obertan and Henri Saivet headed out of the revolving door.
Former Huddersfield Town striker James Vaughan is attracting interest from newly-promoted Burton Albion, according to reports.
The former Everton striker is yet to make an appearance for Birmingham City this season and could be shipped on by boss Gary Rowett.
Nigel Clough is keen on adding firepower to a Brewers' side beaten 5-0 by Liverpool in the EFL Cup yesterday.
Burton have scored nine goals in their opening four Championship matches, but only two have come from the strikers.
Another striker who has been linked with a move to the Championship is former Sunderland forward Asamoah Gyan.
The Ghanaian left the Black Cats for the United Arab Emirates - much to the dismay of then-boss Steve Bruce - before heading to Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG.
But now Fulham are reportedly interested in bringing the striker back to England on loan, according to Sky Sports.
Although the deal itself would cost Fulham nothing, it is hugely unlikely a deal would go ahead, given Gyan's astronomic £227,000-a-week salary.
Leeds United's wantaway full-back Charlie Taylor has reportedly been the subject of a £7m bid from West Brom.
The 22-year-old handed in a transfer request at Elland Road last month, but the club rejected the request.
The Baggies have supposedly been keen on Taylor since the transfer window opened and Tony Pulis will hope the defender's desire to leave Leeds will bring the Yorkshire side's asking price down.
West Brom are however desperate for a left-back, being forced to play Jonny Evans in the role in their opening two matches, which could see the price tag rise again.
And finally - if you haven't heard yet - Huddersfield Town have secured the signing of Charlton full-back Tareiq Holmes-Dennis.
The 20-year-old has signed a three-year deal at the John Smith's Stadium and is eligible for the Terriers' match against Wolves this weekend.