FootTheBall covers the craziest deadline day deals across Europe for the 2020 summer transfer window – as they happen!
The deadline day for the summer transfer window of 2020 is here. Although we all expected a frugal transfer business this summer, almost every club had something in store. As the deadline day approaches, we expect more surprises.
Edinson Cavani is on his way to Manchester United
Man United are closing on Edinson Cavani deal! Agreement reached on personal terms until 2022.
Last details to be sorted about agents fee [huge amount – €10m asked] then the deal will be done.#MUFC see Cavani as “great opportunity”.
Here we go expected soon. NO Luka Jovic https://t.co/JCI08Gw1em
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) October 3, 2020
FootTheBall expects other clubs to up their game as we look at how the final day of the 2020 summer transfer window may shape up.
Which club had the best summer transfer window so far?
Chelsea FC have reportedly spent a whopping £230 million this summer.
Pep Guardiola is building a defensive wall to bolster Manchester City’s back-line.
Is October 5 the Deadline Day for every league?
There is an additional transfer window for domestic-only deals for the Premier League and EFL clubs. During this period, Premier League clubs will only be allowed to trade with EFL clubs. No transfer can take place between Premier League clubs. This buffer window will run until 5 pm on October 16, 2020.