When does the January transfer window 2023 close for English clubs?
Posted by  badge Boss on Jan 30
Mykhailo Mudryk finally ended up at Chelsea – instead of Arsenal (Picture: Joupin Ghamsari/Chelsea FC via Getty Images)

clubs will be frantically trying to wrap up their business with just hours remaining of the January transfer window, which slams shut on Tuesday.

A number of high profile deals remain in the balance, including Chelsea’s move for Benfica star , who is with club chiefs currently in Portugal hoping to wrap up a deal.

Premier League sides have been busy this month, with the main headline being Chelsea’s eleventh hour hijacking of Arsenal’s deal to sign , whilst Liverpool wrestled in ahead of Manchester United to from PSV.

But exactly how long do English clubs have left to conclude their transfer dealings? Find out what time the January transfer window 2023 closes on deadline day.

When does the January transfer window close?

The January transfer window will close for Premier League and EFL clubs on Tuesday, January 31 at 11pm.

Chelsea face a race against time to secure a deal for Enzo Fernandez (Picture: Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

However, if a is submitted before 9pm on deadline day, an additional two hours are granted until 1am in order to complete all of the necessary paperwork.

For clubs completing an international transfer, they are required to comply with the FIFA Transfer Matching System deadline of midnight.

Meanwhile, teams in Scotland will have until midnight to wrap up their deals.

Spain’s La Liga has an 11pm deadline, France’s Ligue 1 window shuts at midnight and Germany’s Bundesliga window will close at 5pm.

Clubs will still be able to sign at any point after the window has closed, whilst players in the can sign pre-agreements with clubs before moving in the summer window.

Pedro Porro could make a deadline day move to Tottenham (Picture: Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

When could the summer 2023 transfer window open?

The exact dates for the summer 2023 transfer window have not yet been confirmed.

However, given that the summer 2022 window opened for English clubs on June 10, it is likely that this year’s window will open at a similar date.

In last summer’s window, only domestic transfers were permitted for the first 20 days, before international deals were allowed from July 1.

The window is expected to be open until the end of August or the start of September, likely giving clubs around 12 weeks to complete their summer business.

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