Aside from bringing loanees Percy Tau and Jakub Moder back to the club, the Seagulls have been fairly quiet, but there could still be time for a twist or two between now and tonight’s deadline.
The most obvious transfer that hangs in the balance is a potential move for Moises Caicedo.
All the signs have pointed to a deal for the Ecuadorian being completed, but as yet, no official announcement has been made.
But while there has been a hold up rubber-stamping the move, there hasn’t been anything to suggest that it has been derailed either.
Signing the teenager would be a major coup, and South American football expert Tim Vickery has been quick to sing his praises in recent weeks.
Elsewhere, Marca seem adamant that the Amex remains the most likely destination for Manchester United's outcast goalkeeper Sergio Romero.
That deal seems less likely to go through than Caicedo’s, but given the player’s precarious position at Old Trafford, plus the fact that Mat Ryan left Albion earlier this month, it could be a dark horse to keep an eye on in the final hours of the window.
If nothing else, Romero would offer a wealth of knowledge – the stopper has 96 caps for Argentina.
Those are far from the only deals that could be completed in the Premier League today, however, and we’ve gathered up the most transfer that are most likely to happen between now and this evening’s 11pm deadline: