While the summer of football is set to be dominated by the European Championships, there will also be a healthy dose of transfer speculation and then actually some deals being done as well.
At the time of writing, Tottenham, Everton, Wolves and Crystal Palace are all yet to appoint permanent managers, so we can expect plenty of transfer activity at those clubs when new bosses arrive.
The Euros get underway on Friday 11 June and run until 11 July, with the transfer window open before, during and after the tournament.
Chelsea were the biggest spenders last summer, forking out over £220m, but the likes of Manchester City and Manchester United could rival that this time round.
When does the transfer window open this summer?
The transfer window swings open for Premier League clubs on Wednesday 9 June.
Transfers between English clubs can be completed from this date, but any signings from foreign clubs will not be confirmed until 1 July.
When does the transfer window close?
The window is open for 12 weeks, meaning Premier League clubs have until Tuesday 31 August, when it closes at 11pm UK time.
The Premier League season is scheduled to start on 14 August, so there will still be transfers doing on for over two weeks after the start of the campaign.
Transfer deadlines in major leagues across Europe will come at the same time with windows closing in Germany, Italy, France and Spain on 31 August.
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