Premier League clubs have agreed to five substitutes being permitted per match from next season, while the summer transfer window dates have been revealed.
Top-flight clubs voted in favour of the substitution rule change at a shareholder meeting of all 20 Premier League clubs on Thursday.
Five substitutes were originally introduced in May 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the league reverted back to three subs for the 2020/21 season and this campaign.
Previously, teams had voted against the introduction of five substitutes on several occasions in the past two years.
The Premier League have also confirmed the summer transfer window will open on Friday June 10 and will close at 11pm on Thursday September 1.
The league also announced a change to Covid-19 testing, with only symptomatic individuals to be tested from Monday.