Club in the EFL are in favour of plans to close the summer transfer window before the start of the new season, according to Sky Sports.
The move comes after a vote from the Premier League clubs to change the date of the end of the transfer window from the end of August, to before the start of the new season, with the majority of the top-flight's clubs voting in favour.
It's proved a popular decision, and one which clubs in the EFL seem to be in favour of despite being under no obligation to replicate the agreement.
Although the change has been responded to with favour, the formal vote on the change won't take place until February, when all 92 clubs in the EFL will get to have their say on the plans.
It's also thought that clubs in the EFL want to remain able to sign players on loan deals until August 31st.