Time for Tuesday’s look at all the big transfer talk involving much of the clubs from the top tier levels of English football.
The summer window opened as soon as the 2019/20 season ended, and plenty of clubs have already started preparing for the upcoming campaign.
Clubs will be unable to sign players when the window closes on the 5th of October, meaning there is now just 9 weeks for teams to get their team in order.
The Premier League and EFL summer window is now open following the conclusion of the 2019/20 campaign, and it will close on October the 5th, giving clubs 10 weeks to sign players.
In addition to the 10-week window, the Premier League and EFL have stated that there will be an additional ‘domestic-only’ window between October the 5th and 16th.
During the domestic window, Premier League clubs will only be able to trade with EFL teams, meaning no transfers are allowed between top-flight outfits during the additional domestic window.
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