Transfer Deadline Day 2018 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports News

Transfer Deadline Day 2018 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports News
Updated on Thursday 9 August 2018 by @TVNewsroom

The summer transfer window closes on Thursday (9th August), and Sky Sports News will have all the latest drama on Deadline day.

Football clubs have until 5pm to do business as the window shuts for the first time before the new Premier League season starts on Friday 10th August.

Sky Sports News will have reporters following every Premier League club from 6am on Thursday morning, bringing viewers details of the transfers as they happen.

Back in the studio, SSN presenters will be joined by a variety of big-name guests throughout the day, including Sam Allardyce, Craig Shakespeare and Soccer Saturday trio Paul Merson, Charlie Nicholas and Phil Thompson.

There’ll also be bulletins from Sky Sports colleagues in Germany, Italy, and Scotland.

Viewers can track the latest goings-on via the BBC and Sky Sports Transfer Centres

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