The 2021/22 summer transfer window has been one of the busiest in recent history.

There have been some huge deals around Europe, with the likes of Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Romelu Lukaku and Jack Grealish all making the headlines.

It has also been a busy summer in the EFL, with several clubs spending bug after the salary cap rules were scrapped.

As we approach deadline day, here is everything you need to know about the end of the transfer window.

When does the window close?

The transfer window shuts at 11pm on Tuesday, August 31.

What deals have been done so far?

Rovers have brought in three fresh faces this summer following the arrival of Brighton defender Jan Paul van Hecke on loan.

Burnley brought in Ivory Coast international Maxwell Cornet over the weekend for a reported £12.9 million.

The Clarets have also signed Wales international Wayne Hennessey, Nathan Collins and Aaron Lennon.

It’s been a busy summer at the Wham Stadium, with Stanley bringing in 16 fresh faces for the upcoming League One campaign.

Are any more deals likely?

Burnley chief Sean Dyche hasn’t ruled out further signings before the end of the window and says they are a couple of ‘maybes’.

Rovers boss Tony Mowbray is keen to send some of his young players out on loan to further their development, but says it depends on whether they can make any further signings.