Hold onto your hats, folks! The current transfer window is expected to open 10 days from now, but with all of football moving out, the summer transfer window looks to be moving with it.
More from SkySports below:
The window in England is currently scheduled to open on June 18 – but that is not expected to go ahead.
The 2019-20 Premier League season will resume that same week and will continue into July while the final nine rounds of fixtures are completed.
The FA is also consulting with other associations across Europe and there is said to be some consensus over a deadline of Friday, October 2.
This upcoming window will be one focused on quality versus quantity. With a limited transfer budget, and subdued valuations given COVID, transfers are going to be harder to execute with more likelihood of player-swaps, loan deals, etc.
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