Premier League clubs have agreed a 10-week transfer window which opens on 27 July.

Subject to the approval of Fifa, the window will open the day after the 2019-20 season finishes and end on 5 October, the date Uefa had recommended for the closure of registration periods across Europe.

The Premier League said that transfers with EFL clubs would be permitted for a further period until 16 October.

The EFL confirmed its summer transfer window would operate across the same dates, with its window for international registrations closing on 5 October.

More to follow

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