Top-flght football in England will return after a 100-day absence on June 17 after the government green-lighted the Premier League's Project Restart proposals to resume the 2019-20 season after it was halted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Fixtures will be played behind-closed doors, and with clubs across Europe facing reduced revenues there will be implications for this summer's transfer window, and how much clubs are able to spend.
This will force clubs to reconsider their transfer strategies for the summer, and we'll bring you all the latest news and rumours in our live blog below...
Latest transfer news and rumours…
- Chelsea agree Timo Werner deal
- Man Utd WON'T rival Blues for his signature
- Werner contract details
- Liverpool out of race for German striker
- Werner has already spoken to Lampard
- Liverpool don't want Dembele
- Chelsea want 'next Ronaldo' Kaio Jorge
- Havertz 'open' to Man United transfer
- Real Madrid want Jadon Sancho
- Aubameyang 'waiting on Barcelona'
- Tottenham out of Coutinho race
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When does the 2020 summer transfer window open?
The summer window opens in England is set to open at the end of the season - though the specific date remains to be seen due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Players can be officially registered with their new clubs when the Fifa international window opens on July 1 - though Fifa guidelines suggest players joining in July will not be able to play for their new clubs during the current 2019/20 season.
From January 1 onwards, Premier League players with six months left on their contract have been able to negotiate and agree pre-contract deals with foreign clubs.