We take a look at five of the best transfer deadline day deals involving Football League clubs.Dele Alli - Milton Keynes Dons to Tottenham Hotspur
MK Dons' Dele Alli - The Football League’s Young Player of the Month for August - secured a deadline day move to Tottenham Hotspur, but he will spend the rest of the season on loan at stadiummk, where he has developed into a goalscoring midfielder.
Dons boss Karl Robinson proud of Tottenham Hotspur-bound Dele Alli
Eoin Doyle - Chesterfield to Cardiff City
Eoin Doyle is The Football League’s top goalscorer so far this term with 25 goals to his name, and those exploits saw him sign for Cardiff City on deadline day. Can he fire the Bluebirds up the Sky Bet Championship table?
Doyle looking forward to Cardiff City challenge
Matt Done - Rochdale to Sheffield United
Matt Done was a mobile left-back prior to this season but Rochdale boss Keith Hill converted him into a lively striker, and it paid dividends with Done scoring 14 goals prior to a deadline day switch to Sheffield United. The Blades will now benefit from Done leading their line.
Done deal: Sheffield United sign Rochdale's Matt Done
Tom Ince - Hull City to Derby County (loan)
Tom Ince is back in The Football League with Derby County, who he has joined on loan for the rest of the season from Hull City. Ince was The Football League’s Young Player of the Year in 2013 and will give Rams boss Steve McClaren more options in attacking areas.
Steve McClaren pleased with Tom Ince signing
Yakubu Aiyegbeni - Al Rayyan to Reading
Yesterday's deadline day saw the return of Yak, after the Nigerian international penned a deal with Reading. The 32-year-old has plenty of experience in English football and stands only behind Didier Drogba in the list of all-time highest African goalscorers in Premier League history,
Steve Clarke: Yakubu is a 'no-risk signing'