Championship clubs want the EFL to give them TWO HOURS extra at the end of transfer windows.
A lobby has started to alter the timings to give teams a chance to put over late paperwork in the frantic finale.
The issue has become huge after Blackburn Rovers had a move for Lewis O’Brien blocked by the EFL.
Now clubs want the same approach as the Premier League use when moves are given two extra hours to complete a deal STARTED before the cut off point.
It is likely to be passed in time for next season as clubs have been shocked by the O’Brien row and also the controversy involving Ethan Brierley who was stopped from moving to Blackburn from Rochdale.
Story courtesy of Alan Nixon @reluctantnicko