Transfer deadline day 2019: When does the summer transfer window close?
Transfer deadline day 2019: When does the summer transfer window close for Premier League and the rest?
The approaching transfer deadline day for EPL and Championship clubs is not long away now as teams scramble to make their final signings and deals.
European clubs will have just over two weeks left when Premier League window closes to finish their transfer business for the summer.
Sportmail reveals when the transfer window closes for Premier League, EFL and European clubs plus top ten Premier League biggest signings so far.
Want-away PSG star Neymar will still be hoping he can force a move back to La Liga
When does summer transfer window close?
The summer transfer window for Premier League closes Thursday, August 8 at 5pm BST.
However, they can still sell players to foreign clubs after this deadline, until the deadlines in other countries are reached.
Are loan signings different?
All loan signings must be made on Thursday 8th August at 5pm BST.
Second tier will also have to obey the same rule as above.
EFL clubs voted to split the summer transfer window this year so that Championship clubs had to complete transfer business on the Thursday before the Premier League season starts.
League One and Two
Third and fourth tier English sides will have until 5pm on Monday, September 2 to complete any loan signings.
When do transfer windows close across Europe?
- Scotland: 2 September until midnight
- France: 2 September – Time TBA
- Italy – 2 September – Time: 7pm BST
- Germany: 2 September – Time: 5pm BST
- Spain: 2 September – Time TBA
Top 10 biggest Premier League signings so far
1. Harry Maguire – Leicester to Manchester United, £80m
Leicester defender Harry Magure moved to Manchester United for £80m on a 6-year contract
2. Nicolas Pepe – Lille to Arsenal, £72m
Arsenal completed £72m signing of Lille winger Nicolas Pepe on a five-year contract
3. Tanguy Ndombele – Lyon to Tottenham, £65m
Tottenham sign Tanguy Ndombele for £65m on a six-year contract from Lyon
4. Rodri – Atletico to Man City, £63m
Manchester City sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Rodri for £63m on five-year contract
5. Aaron Wan-Bissaka – Crystal Palace to Man United, £50m
Aaron Wan-Bissaka completes £50m move to Manchester United from Crystal Palace
6. Sebastian Haller – Frankfurt to West Ham – £45m
West Ham sign Sebastian Haller for £45m on a fiver-year deal from Eintracht Frankfurt
7. Mateo Kovacic – Real Madrid to Chelsea, £40m
Mateo Kovacic joins Chelsea on £40m permanent deal after Blues loan spell
8. Youri Tielemans – Monaco to Leicetser, £40m
Leicester signed £40m midfielder Youri Tielemans from Monaco on four-year contract
9. Joelinton – Hoffenheim to Newcastle, £35m
Newcastle sign Brazilian striker Joelinton for £40m to eclipse their transfer record
10. Ayoze Perez – Newcastle to Leicester, £30m
Leicester sign Newcastle’s Ayoze Perez for £30m on a four-year contract