It’s poised to be another dramatic transfer deadline day, as clubs try to get their top targets over the line before the the clock strikes 11pm.
There’s no doubt that it’s arguably been one of the most memorable windows in recent years, with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo sealing moves, whilst Jack Grealish became the Premier League’s record signing when he joined Manchester City.
That’s not to mention Romelu Lukaku’s £97.5m switch to Chelsea and Manchester United’s pursuit of Jadon Sancho.
Arsenal have been busy adding to their squad, having signed Aaron Ramsdale, Ben White and Martin Odegaard, whilst Tottenham Hotspur have also quietly recruited well.
And as the summer window draws to a close, eyes will now focus on when the January market opens.
In recent years, some transfers that fell through in August went on to be finalised in winter instead, with Jarrod Bowen’s switch to West Ham United from Hull City the perfect example.
When does the January transfer window open?
The January transfer window is set to open on Saturday, January 1 and close on Monday, January 31.
There are plenty of moves that might not happen before the end of the current summer transfer window that could be revisited in January.
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