Clubs That Voted Against Premier League Transfer Window Change Named
- Author: Jill Young Sep 11, 2017,
Sep 11, 2017, 0:37
There was a big announcement regarding the transfer window on Thursday as the Premier League announced clubs had voted in favour of a drastic change.
The vote comes after complaints from managers that transfer activity disrupts their preparation once the season is underway. I don't, however, think this will be a huge problem, for a couple reasons. "So the risk is minimal and even those powerful clubs have to know if we can't buy players we're not going to sell".
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It's official. The English Premier League has changed.
Other European leagues look set to continue as normal, a fact which The Telegraph reported on Wednesday night saw the whole proposal hang in the balance as some clubs feared they will be put at a real disadvantage.
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'For the regularity of the season, it's better because you can have a player who you could play against three times if the transfer window is not closed when you start the season. They have always maintained that an earlier close to the window would be an improvement on the current situation.
Earlier this week, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin gave his support to making the close-season player trading period shorter.
Dortmund were forced into a late reaction in the transfer market this summer following Ousmane Dembele's €105 million transfer to Barcelona.
For clubs like Arsenal, who lost Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and were unable to replace him, and who came perilously close to losing Alexis Sanchez, then it's a no-brainer to have the window close earlier.
The new rule, which was reached by a majority decision, only applies to buying players - clubs will still have ability to sell players to other leagues in which their window is open.
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The news from Italy is good.
The Daily Express claim 14 clubs voted through the motion but the Manchester giants were not in favour of the bold change.
The announcement came after a proposal to change the transfer window was considered in a shareholders' meeting on September 7.
"Now we have to extend the discussion to a European level".
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