While a new season of the Premier League is already well underway, many may have forgotten the summer transfer window is still open, but it will be closing soon.

The latest transfer window has seen some major moves in and out of the Premier League (PL). 

Harry Kane left Tottenham after more than 20 years, while fellow English teammates Mason Mount and Declan Rice also found new homes over the summer.

There is still time for PL clubs to make some last-minute changes to their lists as deadline day isn't until next week.

When is deadline day?

The summer transfer window in England for 2023 will close at 11pm on Friday, September 1. 

The summer transfer window has been open since June 14, 2023.

When is the next transfer window?

The Premier League announced earlier this year the winter transfer window for 2024 will open on Monday, January 1 and close on Thursday, February 1, 2024.

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The Premier League (PL) said to ensure "harmonisation" with the major European leagues, the closing of the transfer windows - both summer and winter - would all coincide with each other.

The PL said: "To ensure harmonisation with the major leagues in Europe, the closing dates were set following discussions with the EFL, DFL, Serie A, LaLiga, and LFP, who will all close their Summer and Winter windows on 1 September and 1 February respectively."

Major transfers in summer 2023

Harry Kane, Alexis Mac Allister and Fred are just some of the big names that have found new homes in this transfer window. 

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Harry Kane made the move from Tottenham to Bayern Munich this summer.Harry Kane made the move from Tottenham to Bayern Munich this summer. (Image: PA)

Some of the major signings/departures in the PL during the summer transfer window 2023 include:

  • Harry Kane (Tottenham to Bayern Munich)
  • Fred (Manchester United to Fenerbahce)
  • Roberto Firmino (released from Liverpool)
  • Declan Rice (West Ham to Arsenal)
  • Kai Havertz (Chelsea to Arsenal)
  • Rasmus Hojlund (Atalanta to Manchester United)
  • Mason Mount (Chelsea to Manchester United)
  • Sandro Tonali (AC Milan to Newcastle)
  • Alexis Mac Allister (Brighton and Hove Albion to Liverpool)

Outside the Premier League one of the biggest names in football, Neymar, moved from Paris Saint-Germain to Saudi Arabian team Al-Hilal.