We're in the home straight and this is where things start to get interesting - let the chaos begin.
There are just four days left in the summer transfer window and with plenty of the big clubs still yet to blink and take the plunge in the market, plenty of fireworks are expected before August 31.
Manchester City are yet to spend as expected, Liverpool are desperately seeking to add to their squad and Tottenham's late dart to get deals done is about to begin, especially now Luka Modric has finally left the club.
With all the rumours of players spotted at clubs, gossip and stories to come, how are the big clubs likely to spend in the coming days? Here's a rundown of all the players who could be making a big money move to the Premier League before midnight on Friday.
In so far: Olivier Giroud, Santi Cazorla, Lukas Podolski
Arsene Wenger could still pounce for a striker and Fernando Llorente could be a good fit, while with Alex Song moving to Barcelona, a move for Yohan Cabaye could be on the cards.
In so far: Victor Moses, Cesar Azpilicueta, Eden Hazard, Oscar, Marko Marin, Thorgan Hazard
With Fernando Torres the main man now that Didier Drogba has left a striker could make the move to Stamford Bridge before deadline day, although their spending so far suggests they could be done for the summer.
In so far: Nuri Sahin, Fabio Borini, Oussama Assaidi, Joe Allen
Brendan Rodgers is still desperately seeking new additions and a wide player appears top of his list, while Liverpool's pursuit of Clint Dempsey should be resolved soon.
In so far: Jack Rodwell, Scott Sinclair (TBC)
Roberto Mancini has been tearing his hair out recently as deadline day nears without the big name signing he craves. Scott Sinclair is close, but he craves a midfield colossus and is keen on De Rossi and Martinez, despite it being unlikely he'll get either.
In so far: Nick Powell, Shinji Kagawa, Robin van Persie, Alexander Buttner
Sir Alex Ferguson says he is done in the transfer market and no players will be leaving or coming in - but after Moussa Dembele's performance against United on Saturday he may be convinced otherwise.
In so far: Jan Vertonghen, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Emmanuel Adebayor
So the mad dash begins. With Luka Modric gone the money generated from his transfer could go on Hugo Lloris, Yann M'Vila or Leandro Damiao. Willian is also a target, as is Moussa Dembele. All could arrive, none could arrive. That's the fun of a summer with Tottenham.