On Monday, the German Football Federation (DFB) decided to extend the summer transfer window in the Bundesliga until October 5 to adapt to calendar changes caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The transfer period will be opened first for one day – July 1, and then again from July 15 to October 5.
July 1 will be used primarily to register transfers already announced.
The decision was made in consultation with the German League (DFL), as well as with the International Football Federation (FIFA), which recommended that national associations extend the transfer period.
Already in May, the European Football Union (UEFA) announced that this year the so-called the summer window will be open until October 5 – this is the last day on which teams participating in the Champions League and the Europa League will be able to register players for the group stage.
The 2019/20 Bundesliga season ended last Saturday. The German championship had already secured the defending Bayern Munich title Robert Lewandowski, and the Polish striker with 34 goals became the top scorer.
The start of the next season of the German Premier League is scheduled for mid-September.
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