Premier League clubs are set to vote on when the summer transfer window should begin and end in a conference call on Thursday, according to Sky Sports.

Original plans would have seen the transfer window open on June 8 but, due to the COVID-19 pandemic suspending the Premier League, a new date must be chosen.

The Premier League season was due to come to a conclusion in mid-May, however, it is now set to end on July 26.

FIFA regulations mean that associations have up to 16 weeks for their two transfer windows, with the summer window limited to no more than 12 weeks of trading.

It is reported that opening the transfer window before the current season ends is a possibility if clubs want to use the maximum 12-week allowance.

However, it is also possible that clubs could request the October 5 deadline for the closure of the window to be extended if they vote against opening the window before the end of the current season.

Spurs Web Opinion

Are Spurs likely to do any business during this current season if it is to open before July 26? Probably not. I think we are more likely to see the season out and then look at what areas we need to improve on – if we are to make any signings, that is.

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