When does the summer transfer window open and close?
The summer 2022 transfer window is open in all of Europe's major leagues, and the deals are coming thick and fast as clubs look to get as much business done as possible.
10 June was the day that the biggest clubs around the continent were finally able to swoop for talent, and they now have until the end of August to get the deals done.
It promises to be a thrilling window, and indeed even before it opened there was plenty of action. Kylian Mbappe, of course, rejected the opportunity to move to Real Madrid and instead signed a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain, while Manchester City captured Erling Haaland, who promises to be a superstar for many years to come.
There will also be plenty of surprises thrown up, no doubt, with Barca seeking to perform miracles again by defying their financial situation to make some big-name signings while Real Madrid close in on football's latest €100 million man, Aurelien Tchouameni of Monaco.
In January 2022, Juventus broke Serie A's record for the most expensive winter deal in signing Dusan Vlahovic for €80 million, while supposedly cash-strapped Barcelona spent €55m plus add-ons on Manchester City star Ferran Torres.
This summer we are certain to witness some even bigger deals.
And Newcastle's new owners are likely to double, at least, the £93m they splashed in the previous window, as they look to close the gap on the Champions League contenders.
But when did the 2022 summer transfer market open in Europe's big five leagues and when will it shut its doors?
When does the summer transfer window open?
The Premier League summer transfer window opened on Friday 10 June, 2022, but deals will not officially be completed until July 1.
La Liga's transfer window opened on Friday 10 June, 2022.
Serie A's transfer window opened on Friday 10 June, 2022.
The German Bundesliga's transfer window opened on Friday 10 June, 2022.
Ligue 1's transfer window opened on Friday 10 June, 2022.
When does the summer transfer window close?
The Premier League transfer window will officially close on Thursday 1 September at 11pm local time.
This will keep the Premier League in line with Europe's other major competitions.
Spain's La Liga transfer window closes on Thursday 1 September at 22:59 GMT.
Italy's Serie A transfer window closes on Thursday 1 September.
The German Bundesliga's transfer window closes on Thursday 1 September at 5pm BST.
Ligue 1's transfer window closes on Thursday 1 September at 23:59 GMT.