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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Jack Wilshere to leave Arsenal on loan? Marcelo Brozovic to Chelsea?

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Craig Burley discuss the latest transfer rumours, including Fabinho possibly heading to Man United.
Jack Wilshere might be leaving Arsenal in order to regain form and maintain his fitness.

The summer transfer window is beginning to swing shut. Transfer Talk has its finger on the pulse of the latest gossip ahead of deadline day. Follow our live blog below, and see the latest deals here.

TOP STORY: Wilshere poised for loan departure?

Could Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere be on the verge of leaving the Emirates on loan? The Daily Mail has reported the Gunners are ready to send him out to secure regular football and the claim has since been confirmed to ESPN FC by a...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Joe Hart set for Manchester City exit in loan move to Torino

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno have some fun at Joe Hart's expense amidst reports linking him to Torino.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti assesses the possibility of Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart to join italian side Torino.
With Joe Hart's departure from Manchester City seeming inevitable, take a look at his career stats and possible destinations.

Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.

MAN CITY: Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to join Italian side Torino on a season-long loan. The 29-year-old is currently training with the England squad ahead of two World Cup qualifiers but has been given permission to leave the camp and fly to Turin to tie up a deal, a source has told ESPN FC.

- City manager Pep Guardiola has claimed that he has not watched Manchester United play yet as the two teams prepare to meet at Old Trafford on Sept....

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte needs Abramovich backing as clock ticks at Chelsea

Antonio Conte says it is proving difficult to land the players he wants at Chelsea.

The summer transfer window heralded much promise for Chelsea and new manager Antonio Conte. Appointed at the beginning of April, Conte -- despite having duties to fulfil with the Italy national side at Euro 2016 -- had plenty of time to assess the glut of players at Stamford Bridge and draw up a list of transfer targets.

Money typically tends to be no object to Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, and on July 16 the London club announced the signing of Leicester City midfielder N'Golo Kante for £30...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool's troubling transfer window as Klopp cools on left-back links

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says Daniel Sturridge should have started for Liverpool at Tottenham.

Luis Alberto will eventually become less than a footnote in Liverpool's long history. He barely appeared for them in his three years at the club, spending most of his time on loan and eventually moving for a slight loss to Lazio.

Currently he is the centre of attention as his sale has moved transfer dealings for the summer of 2016 into minus figures, in net spend terms.

This is a highly unusually state of affairs for many reasons. English football is currently awash with television money and Liverpool...

Manchester City's Joe Hart will be hurting from Pep Guardiola decision

ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Alejandro Moreno have some fun at Joe Hart's expense amidst reports linking him to Torino.

Spare a thought for Joe Hart. The man between the posts throughout Manchester City's most successful and transformative period in history has been confined to the past (and a loan move to Torino) just as Pep Guardiola's thrilling new era is born.

How does it feel to be deemed surplus to requirements in football? It can hit you like a shot in the dark. Footballers can be quite an insecure bunch, believe it or not. It is a profession characterised by machismo and bravado, yet more often than not it...

 By Paul Murphy

Thailand's moment of truth against Asia's best in AFC World Cup qualifying

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and David Mitchell look ahead to Thailand's upcoming AFC World Cup qualifying campaign.

The moment of truth has arrived for Thailand as they get set to take on some of the continent's best in the AFC's final stage of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup.

Kiatisuk 'Zico' Senamuang's Southeast Asian champions kick off their Group B campaign in Saudi Arabia on Thursday before facing Japan in Bangkok five days later.

The Thais pulled off a shock by finishing ahead of Iraq in the previous qualification phase, progressing to the final stage for the first time in 16 years.

But the War Elephants...