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Stoke City given key transfer window dates ahead of summer rebuild



The transfer window will officially open in the middle of June and close at the end of August.

The EFL have confirmed the start and end of the summer transfer window, when stoke city will be extremely busy as Steven Schumacher revamps his squad  following a tough Championship campaign.

After regularly underperforming since relegation from the Premier League in 2018, Potters fans are hoping Schumacher can finally revive their club, who at one point last term seemed destined for a spell in League One.

Stoke will be able to register players from June 14 until the window closes on Friday, August 30 at 11pm. Summer windows in recent years have run into September but that will not be the case in 2024.


The winter transfer window will, however, run into February. Stoke will be allowed to sign players from January 1 through to 11pm on Monday, February 3 in 2025.

Stoke have already made some decisions concerning their first-team squad for 2024/25, with  striker Tyrese Campbell moving on after eight years at the club, while midfielder Jordan Thompson has had a 12-month extension to his current contract triggered. Meanwhile, veteran full-back Enda Stevens has agreed a new one-year deal, but center-back Ciaran Clark and striker Wesley have been released.

Meanwhile, the EFL has confirmed that the new Championship fixture list will be announced on Wednesday, June 26 at 9am. It will be pub. Sky Sports will confirm television selections for August and September in early July and the rest of the picks up until January before the start of the season.

The Championship campaign will start on the weekend of August 10 and all opening matches in the EFL will be shown live on television


They can still kick-off at 3pm that Saturday because the traditional blackout rule does not apply on a weekend when there is no scheduled Premier League action.

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