May 17 was the new date for the opening of the Premier League's summer transfer window, after changes were implemented this year.
It was agreed earlier this season that the window would close on August 9, instead of the usual August 31, to allow clubs to avoid disruption to their squads once the league season has kicked off on August 11.
Due to a recent change in Federation Internationale de Football Association rules, there is set to be a change in the transfer window's opening and closing dates.
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Federation Internationale de Football Association requires each league to have at least one transfer window in a calendar year that lasts for 12 weeks.
Players can also be sold to clubs overseas whose windows are still open, with the Spanish, Italian, German and French windows remaining open until August 31.
However, Liverpool will now have more time in the summer to negotiate for potential transfers.
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The transfer was welcomed by Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, who had mentioned: 'As as a soccer man, as any individual who desires to work with the group, work with gamers - I would favor the window to shut as quickly as attainable'.
"Then we wouldn't have the situation of sometimes a player plays game number one for a team and game number two for another team".
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