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Wolves’ summer transfer window – when does the transfer window open and close?

When does the summer transfer window open and close for Wolves’ and their Premier League competition?

The summer transfer window is an opportunity for teams around the world to improve their squads before the start of their respective campaigns.

Wolves finished seventh in the Premier League table for the 2018/19 season, but Nuno and Fosun will be looking to add to the squad.

The pack will enjoy European football next year unless Watford beat Man City in the FA Cup final, meaning Wolverhampton will now be a more attractive destination for some of Jorge Mendes’ best clients.

When does the summer transfer window open?

The upcoming summer transfer window is huge for Wolves and the rest of the Premier League.

Man United are in danger of falling out the top six, and Man City will ravage a lot of teams to continue hogging England’s trophies.

Everton will again spend big to break into Europe, and Brendan Rodgers will have funds at Leicester.

Meanwhile, Liverpool, Arsenal, Watford, and West Ham will all add to their squads.

Wolves must ignore the opposition and focus on their business.

Ruben Neves must not be sold to Liverpool, and talent must be brought in to compete with the starting XI.

But, when can Nuno Espirito Santo and Fosun starting buying talent?

Fortunately, Wolves won’t have to wait too long as the summer transfer window opens on May 16 at midnight.

And Wolves will need to act quickly to bring in the desired talent before the pre-season and Europa League qualifiers.

When does the summer transfer window close?

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Wolves will not wait until the last minute to bring talent to Molineux, but fans should still know that the summer transfer window closes for the Premier League on August 8 at 17:00.

This only applies to the English divisions as teams from other countries can still purchase players from the Premier League.