With the summer transfer window starting late before the 2020-21 season began, the January market has been quieter than usual, but there are still offers to get across the line.
A lot of money was thrown around in the summer window too, with Chelsea spending a lot of money to make more than £ 200m, while Tottenham also closed a number of deals which had an impact on the deal this time around.
However, Arsenal are expected to be busy in the last few days of the window.
Clubs aim to improve their squads before the deadline, which is rapidly approaching the end of the month.
Here you will find all the information you need at the beginning and end of the January window.
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When does the January window close?
The winter window will be closed on February 1st, 2021 this year.
This allows clubs to do tons of deals with the closing of the window being pushed back a bit due to the fact that January 31st is a Sunday.
What about loan deals?
Loan deals also tend to break the January window, with unfavorable players often looking elsewhere for minutes for the first team.
However, this season these decisions can be influenced by an overloaded calendar.
Loan transactions must also be completed by February 1st.
Is there an extended window for loan and EFL clubs?
No. Unlike October, there is no additional time for trading between the Premier League and the EFL.