The Premier League might have had their transfer window but top clubs could still sell and loan some of their stars in the coming days.
Elsewhere around Europe the deadlines have remained the same, and teams are now looking to do smart business with English top tier sides.
Will Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Oleksandar Zinchenko find new clubs before the transfer window closes?
There is plenty of talent available too with a number of starlets looking for loan spells to get experience before progressing to their current club's first-team.
But who are the players we could see moving in the next week? Check out 10 possibilities below.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Chelsea)
The Blues midfielder came through his loan spell with Crystal Palace well last season and did okay in his World Cup cameos. This, though, isn't enough, so far, for new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri. Loftus-Cheek wasn't even on the bench against Arsenal and several European sides could now offer him an escape route in the short-term.
Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)
Just like Loftus-Cheek, the England international is now on the fringe of the Blues' matchday squad. Sadly there will be no Premier League loan again for Abraham, who was with Swansea last season, but Aston Villa are interested in securing his services.
Ademola Lookman (Everton)
Locked in a battle with his current employer, the player appears to want an RB Leipzig return with several offers coming in for him. Marco Silva, though, wants to hang onto the player despite not giving him any minutes as a replacement for Richarlison against Southampton.
Yannick Bolasie (Everton)
The skilful winger hasn't made the desired impact at Goodison Park due to injuries so a morale-boosting loan might be just the ticket. Middlesbrough want the Democratic Republic of Congo ace, who was keen on a switch to Burnley earlier in the summer, and he could take Muhammed Besic with him to the Riverside.
Oleksandr Zinchenko (Manchester City)
The versatile Ukranian attacking midfielder did well when called upon by Pep Guardiola last term but will need regular football if he is to progress. He didn't complete an anticipated switch to Wolverhampton Wanderers but now a move to Real Betis is on the horizon, until the end of the season.
Cameron Carter-Vickers (Tottenham Hotspur)
The American international played well in the Championship for both Sheffield United and Ipswich Town last season and seems set to drop down once again. The Tractor Boys want him back but he's also being pursued by Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea City.
Younes Kaboul (Watford)
Seemingly unwanted by Javi Gracia as he's fit but not training with the first-team, the France international could be snapped up by Ligue 1 signed Nantes before the transfer window closes.
Loris Karius (Liverpool)
This one shouldn't be too much of a surprise, the German is now out on his ear after some more clangers in pre-season. Luckily, Besiktas are willing to take a punt on him with a two-year loan. It's nice landing spot for the player considering everything that has happened.
Divock Origi (Liverpool)
A half-decent spell with Wolfsburg last year hasn't got teams banging down the door for the Belgian international, but Borussia Dortmund do have an interest in the player.
Carl Jenkinson (Arsenal)
Another season and another loan spell is on the cards here. A shoulder injury was saw him make just nine appearances at Birmingham City last year. He'll need to drop down again for games with Stephan Lichtsteiner joining from Juventus on a free transfer.