Also, Manchester United are set to sign a replacement for David De Gea, and breaking news has emerged about the Premier League transfer window.
Here are some of the best jokes on England's transfer deadline day.
On ESPN Soccernet's Deadline Day Live, Dale Johnson updated us all on the Carlos Tevez situation.
"Tevez update?" asked a City fan.
"Three under par going into the back nine."
As you can see, Carlos Tevez has been spotted driving into Melwood, ahead of a potential move to Liverpool.
He's also been pictured walking into the training ground with Kenny Dalglish.
Both pictures are of course legitimate... probably.
A certain Mr. Messi could be set for a sensational move to Manchester City after being spotted outside the Etihad Stadium.
Its transfer deadline day and I have decided I want to move.....from mine to my mums for a nice warm dinner please! #FREEZING
To which one follower replied: "JackWilshere more cups at your mums than Arsenal #afc just the 1 mug though :-)"
Extensive research has concluded that the transfer window, contrary to popular belief, isn't actually a window.
The phrase has baffled literary experts for years, with many claiming that it should be called "transfer door" instead, as people are more likely to enter through a door than a window.
One leading novelist said:
I understand that through a window objects can come in, but that can be said of a door too, and let’s be honest a footballer is more likely to enter via a door. Why don’t they call it the transfer door? Or to save all debate the player entrance?
Read the full story here.
Carlos Tevez has been spotted once again at Melwood, this time down a drain.
Rumour has it he was walking around the pitch looking for a new dugout.
Anybody looking for more deadline day jokes, here's two great ones for you.
Andy Carroll and Fernando Torres.