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Sport Ligue 1: A special transfer window before June 30

01:25  02 june  2020
01:25  02 june  2020 Source:   football365.fr

New impasse for Ajaccio, Troyes and Clermont, rebutted by the CNOSF

 New impasse for Ajaccio, Troyes and Clermont, rebutted by the CNOSF The French National Olympic and Sports Committee rejected the request from Ajaccio, Clermont and Troyes to maintain the play-offs in Ligue 1-Ligue 2. © Supplied by Football 365 pantsi Another failure for the trio wishing to hold the Ligue 1-Ligue 2 play-offs. Respectively third, fourth and fifth in Ligue 2 at the end of the 2019-2020 season, AC Ajaccio, Troyes and Clermont did not not won against the CNOSF.

The summer transfer window in 2020 will take on a different look, with the Premier League no longer closing its window before the season begins in early August. For the past two seasons, the Premier League transfer window closed on the Thursday before the first game of Ligue 1 transfer deadline.

After a record-breaking Premier League campaign, the rollercoaster of the transfer window is upon us. Just four days after Manchester City retained their league crown, summer window opens and football's money machine lurches into a The Ligue 1 window opens on June 16 and closes on September 2.

An exclusively French transfer market should be set up before June 30 to ease the accounts of certain clubs.

Toko-Ekambi représente une solution viable par anticipation. © Supplied by Mercato 365 Toko-Ekambi represents a viable solution in advance. A transfer window like the others? According to The Team, Ligue 1, definitively stopped this season, does not hear this. The thorny question will arise Friday at the board of directors of the LFP. An exclusively French transfer market is in the pipeline , to be held before June 30. A way to do some shopping in advance for some clubs and replenish the boxes of others. Stick with the other mercatos The niche of this Franco-French mercato time must also be in line with the summer mercato of the other championships. The French daily advances the date of July 1 and a duration of 12 weeks s on this subject for the "normal" market. Could some European clubs feel aggrieved to miss out on talent league nuggets? The question is valid.

Wolves-linked Gueye insists PSG exit is not on the agenda .
The Senegal international has rubbished rumours of a potential return to the Premier League this summerGueye joined PSG from Everton in a €32 million (£29m/$30m) deal last summer and quickly established himself as a key man in the Ligue 1 giants' midfield.

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