THE Premier League summer transfer window is officially open for business.
Teams in the English top flight can now splash the cash until the market slams shut on August 8.
Premier League teams have been busy searching for stars to add to their squad ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
They have been able to agree deals for them, but the paperwork could not be officially processed until the window opened today.
But clubs will have to wait until the FIFA Transfer Matching System opens on 11 June to make any international transfers.
Teams will still be able to sell or loan players to leagues whose transfer windows are open after 8 August.
League One and League Two teams will have until 17:00 BST on 2 September.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is expected to waste no time in starting his huge summer overhaul.
But the Norwegian boss has made it clear that he will only sign the “right characters” to strengthen his squad.
Options are looking slim for Chelsea as they are under a transfer ban this summer, but they are set to appeal through the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
Arsenal have reportedly offered Gremio £10.5 million for Walter Kannemann in a desperate bid to bolster their defence.
But the Gunners will be hoping Real Madrid step back after being linked with a £74m move for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Manchester City are also expected to battle against Unai Emery’s side for the signing of Joe Aribo on a free transfer.
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