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agree summer transfer details as dates announced

The Premier League has confirmed the transfer will run from July 27 and end on October 5. After weeks of talks between , an agreement was finally reached for a 10-week .

A statement read: “ Shareholders have agreed on the for the Summer 2020 transfer .

“The will open for 10 weeks at the end of the current season, starting on 27 July and ending on 5 October.

“Following consultation with the EFL, a domestic-only will be added from 5 October, closing 17:00 on 16 October.

“During this , will only be able to trade with EFL (either loans or permanent registrations). No transfers can take place between in this period.”

It means the will open the day after the season finishes on July 26.

Following the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, some are expected to struggle to bring in top names.

Nevertheless, the likes of Jadon Sancho, Kai Havertz, Thiago Alcantara and Thomas Partey could all be on their way to the .

While Aston Villa’s Jack Grealish, Arsenal midfielder Ainsley Maitland-Niles and Wolves’ Adama Traore have been linked with fellow .

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The likes of Arsenal and Tottenham have made clear financial issues will mean they will have to offload players to bring new ones in.

While Newcastle could be big spenders if their proposed takeover is given the green light from the .

Speaking this week, Newcastle boss Steve Bruce said every club has been hit by COVID-19.

“It’s going to be like that for most – we’ve all been put on hold if you like after what’s happened,” Bruce said.

“We’re now getting to grasp the situation and what it is, we still don’t know if fans are going to get back for the start of next season.

“I think everybody will be cutting their cloth, we are not alone in it. However, we’ve got a big, important summer.

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“We want to move on. We have got to try and identify who we would like to bring in to the club to keep improving, and we will always try and do that.”

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