According to Sky Sports, there is to be a change in the transfer window dates, where Premier League clubs will now be able to conduct business beginning the 17th of May, and close on the 9th of August.
Due to a recent change in Federation Internationale de Football Association rules, there is set to be a change in the transfer window's opening and closing dates.
Premier League golf equipment can begin splashing the money on new stars from subsequent week, with the top-flight switch window set to open a month sooner than normal.
The Soccer League, whose window for everlasting signings has already reopened, have additionally confirmed they may adjust to the August 9 pre-season deadline.
What are the transfer windows like in other leagues?
The thinking behind it from the clubs is that players will not become unsettled with transfer speculation once the season has kicked off on August 11.
Here's all you need to know about the summer window, including when it opens and shuts, what it means for Premier League and EFL clubs, and what happens around Europe... In Italy and Germany it will be on July 1 and in Spain it will be on July 2.
The EFL transfer window is already open.
It was a busy January transfer window in the Premier League as most of the top teams brought in significant reinforcements for the second half of the season.
It opened on Monday, May 7 for domestic transfers. They will still be able to loan players and register players that are free agents up until August 31, 2018.