Good Morning Transfers and Transfer Talk will return to Sky Sports News from Monday August 2 as the summer transfer window warms up.
With the transfer window in full swing as the Premier League opener is in sight, Sky Sports News is bringing back two of its popular daily transfer shows, Good Morning Transfers and Transfer Talk.
“Good Morning Transfers” will summarize the latest transfer news with analysis and commentary, as well as in-depth interviews with important figures in the football landscape. The show will air between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Monday through Friday with presenters Emma Paton, Michael Bridge and Mark McAdam who will be joined by a host of guests to debate the major talking points on the news agenda. .
During this time, between 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. Monday to Friday, you can watch “Transfer Talk”. Once again, guests will provide a rundown of all the big transfer news and stories and engage in a heated debate about where various Premier League clubs are strengthening their squads.
You can also follow all of the best clips and latest news from the show by following our social media channels and on our dedicated Transfer Center blog.
When does the summer transfer window end?
The Premier League have confirmed that the summer transfer window to England will last 12 weeks from wednesday 9 june and will close at 11 p.m. Tuesday August 31.
The Scottish transfer window takes place on the same dates.
Lists on the FIFA Transfer Matching System website show that France, Spain and Germany will also be working on the same schedule.
Will the transfer window continue next season?
The Premier League has confirmed that the 2021/22 season will start on August 13, 2021, while the EFL has announced that the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two campaigns will start on August 7, 2021.
Follow the summer transfer window with Sky Sports
You can follow all the latest transfer news and rumors in our dedicated Transfer Center blog at Sky Sports‘ digital platforms, as well as to follow all developments on Sky Sports News.