England votes: Transfer window to be shortened
On Thursday, the 20 Premier League clubs will vote to shorten the transfer period. UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin supports this project. The Premier League is on the verge of a transfer revolution: On Thursday, the 20 clubs will vote on whether to shorten the transfer period. Deadline Day is therefore expected to be before the start of the season, and implementation of this rule change is likely. According to West Hams vice-president Karren Brady, at least 14 clubs have to agree to reduce the number of clubs, according to West Hams vice-president Karren Brady, 17 clubs are currently in favour of a reduction. UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin would welcome the decision:”In my opinion, it’s not good for footballers to play for one club at the start of the season and for another when the window closes,”the Slovenian wrote in an e-mail to Times, adding:”There is one for a club, but I think it’s not good for the club to play at the start of the season. When championships have begun, no more transfers are allowed to take place this summer,”said Gladbach’s manager Max Eberl at the football summit of the Rheinische Post.