The dates for the Premier League summer transfer window have been released and it will run for 10 weeks from July 27.
The season in England’s top flight will have come to an end by then, and the window will shut on October 5 later this year.
Coronavirus saw the window delayed from its usual start of the beginning of July, with the season still going on.
Most clubs have three games remaining, while the FA Cup semi-finals are still to take place this coming weekend.
The European football calendar has been suspended until August too, with the remaining knockout stages of the Champions League and the Europa League to be played next month.
Manchester United’s Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be among the managers looking to make signings once the window opens
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Teams will be able to make transfers during that time, though, as the window opens in less than two weeks.
It will be the day after the Premier League season is due to finish, with every club playing their final fixture on Sunday, July 26.
The FA Cup final follows a week a later and will have two of either Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal or Manchester City.
Manchester United target and Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho is one player who could complete a transfer to the Premier League this summer
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Clubs who have a busy summer ahead will have time to complete transfers given the October date, plus there is an extended period for deals with EFL teams too.
The domestic-only transfer window for Premier League clubs to sign players from the EFL will run from October 5 to October 16.
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