EFL to consider keeping transfer window open to help struggling clubs

20 April 2020 12:43
Proposal for window to run at least until end of JanuaryPortsmouth raise issue and want it discussed on TuesdayThe English Football League is considering a proposal to extend the summer transfer window until at least the end of January to alleviate financial pressures on its clubs amid the coronavirus crisis. Mark Catlin, the Portsmouth chief executive, has raised with Rick Parry, the EFL chairman, the prospect of relaxing the window to enable clubs to trade players to ease next season’s cashflow and Catlin will push for the matter to be discussed at Tuesday’s conference call between League One clubs. Related: Number of footballers with depression symptoms doubles during shutdown Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian