The Premier League have agreed that the summer transfer window will be open for ten weeks and will begin at the end of the current campaign.
The window will be open for clubs to begin their transfer dealings on a worldwide basis from Monday 27th July and will end on Monday 5th October.
A domestic only window will then take place from Monday 5th October and will run until 5pm on Friday 16th October where during this window, Premier League clubs will be only be able to do business with EFL clubs which includes loan deals or permanent transfers but top flight clubs will not be able to conduct business between themselves.
The Premier League must now wait for approval from FIFA.
The news was confirmed earlier by Sky Sports News reporter Bryan Swanson.
⚽️ July 27 – Oct 5 ⚽️
PL clubs can buy and sell players worldwide, subject to their windows.
⚽️ Oct 5 – Oct 16 ⚽️
PL & EFL clubs can transfer players between each other, either loans or permanent. No transfers between PL clubs in this period.
— Bryan Swanson (@skysports_bryan) July 15, 2020
Spurs fans will eagerly be hoping that Daniel Levy provides Jose Mourinho with suitable transfer funds if have any appetite of trying to break back into the top four next season
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