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Transfer Deadline Day news action live with Sky Sports football app

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It’s a busy time in the football world at the moment with the January transfer window about to close and plenty of last-minute deals to be made. Recent news suggests that Man Utd could still seal a deal for Alexsander Dragovic, and that Marco Reus could be won by Arsenal above the likes of Chelsea, Man City and Real Madrid. If you don’t want to miss a moment you can follow all of the transfer deadline day news live with the Sky Sports football app.

The clock is ticking until the closure of transfer deadline day at 11pm on Monday February 2nd. Many of us opt for Sky Sports coverage with big-name experts and of course Jim White who has been dubbed ‘Mr Deadline Day.’ Those who don’t love football may not quite understand the appeal of deadline day coverage, but for many of us it’s essential TV (Will Harry Redknapp wind down his car window this time around?). However, if you can’t sit in front of the TV from 6am to 11pm and later all day tomorrow, then Sky suggests its Football Score Centre app.

Users of the app can receive push notifications so that they don’t miss a moment of what’s going on. As well as transfer news users of the app can keep informed about all of the latest match data and scores across the UK and also European League and cup competitions. Features include the latest headlines and top stories with breaking news, live scores, commentary, team lineups, fixtures, results, tables, and standings, with up-to-the-minute updates, or you can follow specific matches on the ‘My Scores’ page.

Transfer news going on right now suggests that Real Madrid’s Fabio Coentrao has been offered to both Liverpool and Arsenal FC, and that David de Gea could have a buyout clause inserted into any new deal from Manchester United. If you want to stay in the loop all day tomorrow (Monday) then you can download the free Sky Sports Live Football Score Centre app for iOS, Android or BlackBerry devices.

The iOS version of the Football Score Centre app is available from iTunes where it’s compatible with iPhone, iPod touch and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. Meanwhile the Android version is available from Google Play with compatibility varying by device. Alternatively the app is available from BlackBerry World.

The scene is set for a thrilling conclusion to transfer deadline day tomorrow night, and when we can’t be viewing for ourselves we will be using this Sky Football app for the latest transfer news. Will you? Let us know your thoughts by using the comments box below.