Due to the COVID -19 pandemic, the window had to be shifted from its original dates between July 1, 2020, and September 1, 2020. - Aubameyang responds to Kroos criticisms, Transfer LIVE: Man Utd make Ronaldo approach, Incompatible with Messi & overtaken by Lautaro: Dybala in danger of becoming Argentina's forgotten man, Where is Megan Rapinoe? | ... Jun 30, 2020: Kikas. The buying and selling of players during transfer windows is one of the most hotly anticipated processes of the sport, with clubs eager to boost their options or offload proverbial dead wood. In these extraordinary circumstances, FIFA conceded that changes would have to be made to the normal schedule regarding transfer registration periods and contracts. The 2020 summer transfer window in England will open on Monday, July 27, one day after the current Premier League season ends. Rúben Ribeiro. Unidad Editorial Información Deportiva, S.L.U. Goal brings you everything you need to know. The Premier League and EFL have confirmed their summer transfer window dates. So, with coronavirus-enforced delays in mind, when will the summer transfer window open? There will be also a domestic-only window on October 5-16.#PL #EFL pic.twitter.com/3ysCYXWv1b. The transfer window will then close on October 5, in line with UEFA's recommendation. Key dates for Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga and Ligue 1 . The information contained in Goal.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Goal.com, The Covid-19 crisis has left things somewhat up in the air when it comes to when the business of transfers can begin, Goal 50 Revealed: The best 50 players in the world, 'Does he have kids?' 24: Left-Back: LB: £113Th. The clubs want to use the full extent of FIFA's total allocation of 12 weeks, thus allowing Championship clubs to buy and loan players from the Premier League after October 5, 2020. However, it is expected to commence after the last matchday of the season, scheduled for July 18, 2020. The coronavirus pandemic of 2020 changed life as we know it and football has not been immune, with the beautiful game being ground to a halt across the world. Departures: Antonio Barragan (Elche), Alfonso Pedraza (Villarreal), Carles Alena (Barcelona), Javi Garcia (Boavista), Feddal (Sporting CP), Edgar (Oviedo), Robert (Las Palmas), Juanjo Narvaez (Zaragoza), Ismael (Atletico B), Kaptoum (Released), Back from loan: Victor Camarasa (Alaves), Aitor Ruibal (Leganes), Tony Sanabria (Genoa), Arrivals: Adekanye (Lazio), Jairo (Almeria), Jonsson (Konyaspor), Sotres (Salamanca UDS), Alvaro Negredo (Al-Nasr), David Mayoral (UCAM Murcia), Pombo (Zaragoza), Alvaro Gimenez (Birmingham), Ivan Alejo (Getafe), 'Choco' Lozano (Girona), Malbasic (Tenerife), Nano Mesa (Eibar), Ledesma (Rosario Central), Kike Carrasco (Extremadura), Gaspar Panadero (Al-Wahda), Departures: Gaspar Panadero (Ponferradina), Sergio Sanchez (Released), Caye Quintana (Malaga), David Mayoral (Hermannstadt), Brian Olivan (Mallorca), Matos (Malaga), Dani Romera (Ponferradina), Dani Sotres (Rayo Majadahonda), Edu Ramos, Javi Navarro (Albacete), David Carmona (Betis B), Cifuentes (Retired), Querol (Released), Jovanovic (Released), Rhiner (Cartagena), Back from loan: Cristian Martinez (Recreativo), Arrivals: Renato Tapia (Feyenoord), Miguel Baeza (Real Madrid), Jeison Murillo (Sampdoria), Departures: Alvaro Vadillo (Espanyol), Gabriel Fernandez (Zaragoza), Robert Mazan, Fedor Smolov (Lokomotiv), Bradaric (Cagliari), Pape Cheick (Lyon/Dijon), Rafinha (Barcelona), Juan Hernandez (Sabadell), Pione Sisto (Midtjylland), Jozabed (Malaga), Back from loan: David Costas (Almeria), Emre Mor (Olympiacos), Arrivals: Damian Kadzior (Dinamo Zagreb), Recio (Leganes), Kevin Rodrigues (Real Sociedad), Yoshinori Muto (Newcastle), Alex Pozo (Sevilla), Bryan Gil (Sevilla), Departures: Fabian Orellana (Valladolid), Gonzalo Escalante (Lazio), Ivan Ramis (Retired), Cristoforo (Fiorentina), Charles (Pontevedra), Nano Mesa (Cadiz), De Blasis, Calavera (Girona), Asier Benito (Numancia), Alvaro Tejero (Zaragoza), Dios (Leioa), Back from loan: Olabe (Extremadura), Jose Antonio Martinez (Granada), Arrivals: Jorge Almiron (coach), Diego Rodriguez (Defensa y Justicia), Rigoni (Zenit), Marcone (Boca Juniors), Guido Carrillo (Leganes), Lucumi (Tigres), Sanchez Mino (Independiente), Tete Morente (Malaga), Raul Guti (Zaragoza), Lucas Boye (Torino), Cifuentes (Malaga), Luismi Sanchez (Valladolid), Youssouf Kone (Lyon), Antonio Barragan (Betis), Departures: Ivan Sanchez (Birmingham), Escriche (Huesca), San Roman (Atletico), Andoni Lopez (Athletic), Tekio (Volos), Jonathas (Sharjah FC), Juan Cruz (Osasuna), Oscar Gil (Espanyol), Jony Niguez (Alcoyano), Manu Justo (Celta B), Claudio Medina (Burgos), Pastor (Lorca), Folch (Tenerife), Arrivals: Abdoulay (Sporting CP), Victor Mollejo (Atletico), Enes Unal (Villarreal), Cucho Hernandez (Watford), Dario Poveda (Atletico), Palaversa (Man. When will the Bundesliga summer transfer window open? In Spain, the summer transfer window should open when La Liga finishes, which means it will be on or after July 18. Unlike Europe's other top leagues, Ligue 1 made a decision early to cut the 2019-20 season short and, thus, French football observed their previously agreed transfer window opening date of June 10. Transfer window Men's transfer window summer 2020 – all deals from Europe's top five leagues All the summer’s Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 … The transfer window will open the day after the season ends, the league said Wed pic.twitter.com/vc56lLqnlA. City), Diaby (Sporting CP), Departures: Jorge Molina (Granada), Antunes (Sporting CP), Raul Carnero (Valladolid), Kenedy (Chelsea), Deyverson (Palmeiras), Jason (Valencia), Etebo (Stoke), Hugo Duro (RM Castilla), Alvaro Jimenez (Albacete), Fajr (Sivasspor), Ignasi Miquel (Leganes), Manoljlovic (UD Sanse), Harper (Cartagena), Amath (Mallorca), Arrivals: Nehuen Perez (Atletico), Luis Milla (Tenerife), Jorge Molina (Getafe), Alberto Soro (Real Madrid), Kenedy (Chelsea), Vallejo (Real Madrid), Yangel Herrera (Manchester City), Luis Suarez (Watford), Departures: Vadillo (Celta), Carlos Fernandez (Sevilla), Jose Antonio Martinez (Eibar), Gil Dias (Monaco), Koybasi (Rizespor), Bernardo Cruz (Cordoba), Antonin (Rayo), Arrivals: Pablo Maffeo (Stuttgart), Andres Fernandez (Villarreal), Sergio Gomez (Borussia Dortmund), Gaston Silva (Independiente), Borja Garcia (Girona), Siovas (Leganes), Ontiveros (Villarreal), Doumbia (Sporting CP), Sandro (Everton), Departures: Yanez (Getafe), Doukoure (Levante), Miguelon (Villarreal), Dani Raba (Villarreal), Josue Sa (Anderlecht), Datkovic (Lokomotiv Zagreb), Mboula (Monaco), Cristo (Udinese), Jovanovic (Apollon), Penaloza (Racing de Ferrol), Joaquin (Malaga), Arrivals: Jorge de Frutos (Real Madrid), Malsa (Mirandes), Son (Ponferradina), Dani Gomez (Real Madrid), Departures: Borja Mayoral (Real Madrid), Ivan Lopez (Released), Bruno (Valladolid), Sadiku (Ezurumspor), Dwamena (Vejle Boldlkub), Ivi Lopez (Rakov Czestochowa), Pepelu (Vitoria Guimaraes), Fran Manzanara (Numancia), Arturo Molina (Castellon), Arrivals: Lucas Torro (Eintracht), Juan Cruz (Elche), Jonathan Calleri (Deportivo Maldonado), Jony (Lazio), Ante Budimir (Mallorca), Departures: Jaume Grau (Tondela), Fran Merida (Espanyol), Pervis Estupinan (Watford), Toni Lato (Valencia), Jose Arnaiz (Leganes), Rober Ibanez (Leganes), Luis Perea (Leganes), Barbero (Alcorcon), Juan Villar (Almeria), Antonio Otegui (Badajoz), Marc Cardona (Mallorca), Departures: Alphonse Areola (PSG), Achraf (Inter), Javi Sanchez (Valladolid), Jorge de Frutos (Levante), Dani Gomez (Levante), Luca Zidane (Rayo Vallecano), Takefusa Kubo (Villarreal), Jesus Vallejo (Granada), Reinier (Borussia Dortmund), Oscar Rodriguez (Sevilla), Brahim (Milan), Dani Ceballos (Arsenal), James Rodriguez (Everton), Gareth Bale (Tottenham), Sergio Reguilon (Tottenham), Borja Mayoral (Roma), Back from loan: Martin Odegaard (Real Sociedad), Andriy Lunin (Oviedo), Alvaro Odriozola (Bayern), Departures: David Zurutuza (Released), Martin Odegaard (Real Madrid), Kevin Rodrigues (Eibar), Gero Rulli (Villarreal), Diego Llorente (Leeds), Nais Djouahra (Mirandes), Zubiaurre (Cultural), Back from loan: Alex Sola (Numancia), Sagnan (Mirandes), Martin Merquelanz, Jon Guridi (Mirandes), Jon Bautista (Kas Eupen), Arrivals: Rekik (Hertha), Marcos Acuna (Sporting CP), Oscar Rodriguez (Real Madrid), Suso (Milan), Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona), Bono (Girona), Idrissi (AZ), Departures: Sergio Rico (PSG), Arana (Mineiro), Kjaer (Milan), Banega (Al-Shabab), Rony Lopes (Niza), Reguilon (Real Madrid), Lara (Deportivo), Juan Soriano (Malaga), Corchia (Espanyol), Amadou (Angers), Roque Mesa (Valladolid), Back from loan: Carlos Fernandez (Granada), Aleix Vidal (Alaves), Gnagnon (Rennes), Arrivals: Javi Gracia (coach), Unai Etxebarria (Free Agent), Departures: Rodrigo (Leeds), Ezequiel Garay (Released), Ferran Torres (Manchester City), Francis Coquelin (Villarreal), Dani Parejo (Villarreal), Javi Jimenez (Albacete), Florenzi (Roma), Piccini (Atalanta), Jaume Costa (Villarreal), Alex Centelles (Almeria), Back from loan: Uros Racic (Famalicao), Jason (Getafe), Alex Blanco (Zaragoza), Toni Lato (Osasuna), Arrivals: Jota (Benfica), Javi Sanchez (Real Madrid), Fabian Orellana (Eibar), Raul Carnero (Getafe), Luis Perez (Tenerife), Bruno (Levante), Roberto Jimenez (West Ham), Shon Weissman (Wolfsberg), El Yamiq (Genoa), Saidy Janko (Porto), Roque Mesa (Sevilla), Departures: Stiven Plaza (Trabzonspor), Ben Arfa (Released), Pedro Porro (Sporting CP), Matheus Fernandes (Barcelona), Enes Unal (Villarreal), Sandro (Everton), Salisu (Southampton), Victor Garcia (Sabadell), Alende (Lugo), Caro (Ponferradina), Moi Delgado (Fuenlabrada), Anuar (Apoel Nicosia), Luismi Sanchez (Elche), Antonito (Panathinaikos), Sekou (Fuenlabrada), Miguel de la Fuente (Leganes), El Hacen (Lugo), Cris Ramos (Lugo), Javi Moyano (Released), Arrivals: Unai Emery (coach), Takefusa Kubo (Real Madrid), Francis Coquelin (Valencia), Dani Parejo (Valencia), Gero Rulli (Real Sociedad), Pervis Estupinan (Watford), Juan Foyth (Tottenham), Departures: Santi Cazorla (Al Saad), Bruno Soriano (Retired), Anguissa (Fulham), Enes Unal (Getafe), Xavi Quintilla (Norwich), Franquesa (Girona), Andres Fernandez (Huesca), Morlanes (Almeria), Jorge Cuenca (Almeria), Miguelon (Espanyol), Back from loan: Jaume Costa (Valencia), Dani Raba (Huesca), Alfonso Pedraza (Betis).