With most leagues now confirmed for their summer transfer window dates, we have a much clearer sense of how things will work for 2022. Clubs will still be able to sign players as free agents after the deadline, and as long as they are not officially attached to any club on Monday, Sept. 1.
Premier League transfer window
The transfer market will reopen on Friday, June 10, in line with most major European leagues, though most international deals will not go through until July 1.
The Premier League will close the transfer window on Monday, Sept. 1, at 11 p.m. BST.
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The winter window will run throughout January (Jan. 1 to Jan. 31) as usual.
LaLiga transfer window
The window officially opens on July 1 and will likely close at 10:59 p.m. BST on Monday, Sept. 1. Clubs can still sign free agents after this date and sell or loan players to leagues where the transfer market is still open.
The winter window is expected to run from Jan. 3 to 31.
Serie A transfer window
The market will open on July 1 and close on Monday, Sept. 1. In the past, like the Premier League, it has closed the day before the season began, but has now fallen back into line with France, Germany and Spain.
The winter window runs from Jan. 3 to 31.
Bundesliga transfer window
The window will open on July 1 and will close at 5:00 p.m. BST on Monday, Sept. 1. Clubs can still sign free agents after this date and sell or loan players to leagues where the window is still open. The window opens on July 1.
The winter window runs from Jan. 1 to Jan. 31.
Ligue 1 transfer window
Ligue 1 will follow the Premier League, opening its window on June 10 and closing it on Monday, Sept. 1 at 11:59 p.m. BST, with the winter window running from Jan. 1 to Jan. 31.
MLS transfer windows
Major League Soccer's first window closed on Wednesday, May 4. A secondary window will then run from Thursday, July 7 through to Thursday, August 4.