The summer transfer window for the next season will open on June 14, 2023, the Premier League has stated, which is when teams may begin signing new players and making trades.
Although player contracts do not expire until June 30, any free-agent additions will officially become effective on July 1. However, agreements between teams can be reached two weeks sooner. Additionally, there are various restrictions for home and international transfers, which may need to be postponed until July 1.
The 20 English teams in the top division will be able to recruit players for the following two and a half months. These teams include Burnley, Sheffield United, and one of Luton or Coventry, with the last two competing in the Championship playoff final at the end of the month.
On September 1 at 11 p.m., the summer transfer deadline will take place. The Premier League has already made a pilot decision to close its summer transfer window before the rest of Europe. The league has confirmed the upcoming season’s transfer window dates after speaking with the EFL and league systems in Spain, Germany, Italy, and France.
As a result, all five of Europe’s top leagues will have their transfer deadlines on the same day.
The winter transfer window will start accepting transactions on January 1st, 2024, and continue through February 1st, at 11:59 p.m. Again, the transfer window will end on the same day for teams in the Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A, and Ligue 1.