A week on Monday will finally see the transfer window close in Scotland after what has felt like a long slog of speculation, transfer saga, deals falling through, key men leaving and new stars arriving.
There is still enough time for plenty of business to be done and there will be few surprises if there is a late rush from clubs in the final week and final days to add those final few pieces of the jigsaw, albeit wary that finances are an issue with fans unlikely back in grounds for months yet.
We will have all the latest from around Scottish football throughout the day as it happens, including transfer news.
Scottish Football LIVE: Latest news, transfer speculation and more (22/09/20)
Leeds United remain keen on Rangers star Ryan Kent.
According to a report, the winger has a £20m release clause but it is a value the Premier League side are unlikely to meet.
However, they are still expected to put in an increased bid from their first offer of £10m.
Another possible Leeds target is Manchester United star Dan James.
Ex-Celtic favourite Frank McAvennie has tipped Neil Lennon to sign tow players before the transfer window shuts.
Speaking to Football Insider about a move for Alfie Doughty, McAvennie reckons the Parkhead club know what they are doing as they seek to get the best deal for the club.
He said: "Over a million pound for left-back, unless they are 1 million per cent sure that he can come in and slot straight into the team, is a lot of money for a left-back in Scottish football. It is even more when you think about Covid and all of that.
“There are two weeks left and Celtic will go down to the wire, there is no point in moaning about it because they always do. They will buy a couple and then kick on.”
It was reported on Monday that Chris Willock was on the verge of completing a permanent move to Huddersfield Town.
The Benfica winger had been linked with Rangers this summer following his loan spell with the Terriers.
However, Portuguese paper O Jogo have revealed there has been a snag in the move with Huddersfield and Willock unable to agree terms for the €1.1m transfer.
Celtic could face a fight to hold on to Olivier Ntcham.
The Frenchman is wanted by four clubs - two in England and two in France - according to a report.
Southampton have joined Premier League rivals West Brom while there is interest form the player’s native France with both Marseille and Lyon keen.
Ntcham would likely cost any team upwards of £10m.