ANOTHER season is in the books and clubs up and down the country are already searching for players to bolster their squads.

The rumour mill is in full swing, with plenty of names from various leagues being lined up as potential signings.

But when does the window open and close? Here is all the information you need to know.

When does the transfer window open?

The summer transfer window will open on June 10 for Premier League clubs and close at 11pm on September 1 in line with major European leagues.

The window for EFL clubs is expected to open and close on the same dates.

The transfer window can sometimes be impacted by international tournaments but that isn’t the case this year, with the World Cup starting in November.

Can deals be done outside of the window?

Out-of-contract players can sign for another club before the window opens if there is an agreement between the teams.

Meanwhile, any free agents can be signed by EFL clubs after the window has closed.

Players can also be sold to clubs in a country whose window is still open or join non-league sides at any stage of the season.

Who have Wanderers been linked with?

The Whites were busy in the January transfer window, bringing in seven fresh faces including Dion Charles, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Aaron Morley.

And Ian Evatt is hoping to further bolster his squad over the summer as the Whites aim to push for promotion next season.

Jack Iredale has already been linked with a move to the UniBol. The full-back is out of contract after turning down fresh terms at Cambridge.

Wanderers are currently short on left-back options to compete with Declan John after opting not to renew Liam Gordon’s contract.

Iredale can also play as a centre-back, having done so for the U’s during the second half of the campaign.

Of course, one of Wanderers’ priorities in the upcoming window will be to keep hold of Ricardo Santos and Dapo Afolayan.

The pair have been attracting interest from Championship clubs after impressing in League One over the past season.

Santos is entering the final 12 months of his current deal but is "positive" about a new deal.