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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61888

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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier League season starts next year

The transfer window will shut ­before the start of the season in sweeping new changes that are ­expected to be approved by the ­Premier League next month, ­Telegraph Sport has learned.

Representatives from the 20 ­top-flight clubs are to attend ­September’s shareholders’ meeting with the majority pushing for a new transfer deadline to be introduced, preventing managers from buying players after the season has got ­under way.

Telegraph Sport has discovered that moves are well advanced and already at “approval level”, in a ­potentially huge development for English football which is likely to be implemented next year.

It will be proposed that the ­deadline is brought forward to the week before the start of the 2018-19 Premier League season, with almost all of the 20 clubs understood to be behind the idea.

Watford are believed to be one of the few clubs to oppose it, but the League is expecting a majority vote of over two thirds to force significant changes.

This year’s summer transfer window closes on Aug 31, nearly three weeks after the season started, and is threatening to become another chaotic finale of last-minute deals.

Swansea City’s Gylfi Sigurdsson’s protracted £50 million move to Everton has been one of the sagas of the summer, while Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk’s future ­remains uncertain amid interest from rival clubs including Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.

Sigurdsson and Van Dijk did not feature for their respective clubs in their opening games this season due to the uncertainty. Sigurdsson was left at home during Swansea’s tour of the United States as he was not “in the right frame of mind”, while Van Dijk has submitted a written transfer request in an ­attempt to force a move, following Liverpool’s pursuit.

Ross Barkley’s situation at Everton continues to be under scrutiny and it is thought that Tottenham Hotspur – notoriously late operators in transfer windows – are poised to make their move for the midfielder later this month.

Many managers, including most recently Swansea’s Paul Clement, have criticised the current set-up and the mood for change is shared in most of the boardrooms across the country.

After the 0-0 draw with Southampton on Saturday, Clement said: “There’s frustration here and I’m sure Southampton are frustrated, too. That’s why I think if the ­window is shut before the season starts everything is sorted out and we can get on with the football.

“At our managers’ meeting at the Premier League last week, we spoke about it. The majority of clubs are in favour, but maybe all have to be for it to go through.”

Under the proposed new rules it is understood that English top-flight clubs will be permitted to sell players to clubs in other countries, but transfer deals from one Premier League club to another are to be off limits when the season starts.

The Premier League will act ­unilaterally, it is thought, and does not require approval from leagues in other countries to sign off the changes.

It remains unclear whether there will be any impact on the Football League at this stage, though it ­appears likely to be a formality in future.

Jonathan Barnett, the chairman of leading football agency Stellar Group, believes the proposed changes will have little effect on how clubs do their business.

“It makes sense and could make clubs more focused to do their deals early, but there will still be a deadline which creates panic,” he said.

“People will still be unable to make their minds up and clubs won’t be agreeing deals. The selling clubs will still think they can get a bit more and hold out for more money.

“I don’t like the idea of last-minute pushing and shoving, but even with the deadline being brought forward there will be ridiculous things happening before the ­window closes. It doesn’t seem to affect other countries like it does with England.”

The Premier League’s next ­shareholders’ meeting is scheduled to take place in London on Sept 7, a week after the summer transfer window closes.

In the last meeting, held in ­Harrogate in June, the TV rights deal for the 2019-20 season onwards was one of the main agenda items and will be discussed further next month.

The prospect of games being played on Saturday nights and even Sunday mornings were mooted, while many of the smaller top-flight clubs are opposed to plans by the ‘Big Six’ for a greater share of money from games shown overseas.

www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2017/08/14/...eague-season-starts/
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61889

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Veldig for dette, men bare hvis alle de store ligaene går med på det. Kun en ulempe hvis det bare gjelder PL.
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61890

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Dette vil bare gjelde EPL, og eventuelt Championship/Football League. Det gjør at det faktisk er mulig å gjennomføre, derav gyldighet allerede fra og med starten av neste sesong:

- The Premier League will act ­unilaterally, it is thought, and does not require approval from leagues in other countries to sign off the changes.

Jeg ser ikke den helt store konsekvensen eller problemet med at det ikke gjelder andre Europeiske ligaer. Det kan selvsagt gi klubber fra andre ligaer bedre betingelser når de skal forhandle om spillerkjøp etter at det engelske overgangsvinduet er stengt, men er det så farlig?

Jeg syntes dette vil være en fornuftig endring, og kan ikke se at det vil redusere EPL-klubbenes konkurransekraft. De har uansett så mye penger at de stort sett kan kjøpe de spillerne de ønsker å kjøpe, uavhengig av om kalenderen viser august eller juli. Jeg gir tommelen opp!
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61891

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Er jo helt ufattelig idiotisk at de ikke bare kan stenge det vinduet tidligere for alle ligaer. De fleste kjøp/salgene drøyer til slutten av vinduet uansett. Hvis slutten er i juli så vil spillere kjøpes/selges i juli. Med slutten i august skjer det samme i august.

PL-klubbene har så mye makt at det ikke nødvendigvis betyr noe. Og det kan til og med bli en fordel. Man kan tvinge frem et kjøp den 10. august fra en spansk klubb hvor da den spanske klubben fortsatt har et par uker til å finne en erstatter.

Håper virkelig dette blir gjennomført. Skulle jeg gjette vil det føre til at resten følger etter innen noen år.
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61902

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HH skrev:
Håper virkelig dette blir gjennomført. Skulle jeg gjette vil det føre til at resten følger etter innen noen år.

Det tror jeg også, noen må gå foran.
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61907

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MEN MEN MEN.. SKAL VI MISTE Deadline Day sendinga på TV2!!!
*SakteTV programmet som utklasser Dovrebanen-minutt-for-minutt i kjedelighet"
Skandale om dette i stedet blir putta inn i "100timer før Seriestart" sendingene, som da kanskje har ett tema til og gå på tomgang om i en 5-6 timer:)

Nah. Dette er og blir en god ide. Kan ikke se et eneste argument (jeg vektlegger) for at det er lurt å ha det som nå.

Tror det er en sportslig styrke for den ligaen som "lukker" først faktisk. Som ex nevnt over kan en PL klubb kjøpe en Primera spiller, og den klubben har litt tid på å finne alternativer i "andre" ligaer, mens andre veien blir det mindre sjans for f.eks. et Coutinio salg etter at PL har begynt. Klubben da mister en sentral brikke de "har" planlagt med osv. så for å kjøpe de skikkelige profilene UT av PL vil prisen da blir enda mer voldsom.

Om vi skal tenke "Liga-Hierarki" hadde det vært en nærliggende tanke at de 5-6 store ligaene kan ha stengetid først, og så kan de noe mindre ligaene (Portugal, Skotsk PL, Eresdivisjon) som tross alt har "pengesterke klubber" men aldri kan konkurere på Barca/Utd/Bayern/Psg (Spurs og Stoke) nivå, benytte et "mellomrom" til å hente spillere som vil/bør vekk (iinkludert de faktisk gode spillerene som havner "utenfor" kjernegruppen av spillere i de ulike Big-Six ligaene)?
Ikke neste år, men i år!!!
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61908

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Hehe, ikke fortvil. Blir jo fortsatt deadline day, bare litt tidligere :)
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 10 måneder ago #61911

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Eneste dette blir trøbbel for er Levy som pleier å ha 3 måneder sammenhengende ferie på sommeren :woohoo:
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Transfer revolution: Window to shut before Premier 1 år 9 måneder ago #62533

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Man U and Man C among 5 to vote against moving transfer deadline. Arsenal, Spurs, Chelsea & Liverpool among 14 in favour. 1 club abstained.
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