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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

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

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner gives his opinion on Arsene Wenger looking to loan out Jack Wilshere.

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 source...

Arsenal's new signings Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi: What to know

The ESPN FC crew discuss the rumours that Valencia's Shkodran Mustafi and Deportivo's Lucas Perez are set to sign for Arsenal.

Arsenal fans have been waiting for months for another major signing, now (like the famous London buses) two have come along at once.

Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez will fill very different needs for an Arsenal side that has been crying out for reinforcements both up front and at the back.

Neither may be the kind of household name that many supporters had hoped for, but both could give Arsene Wenger's team a big boost if they can adapt quickly to the Premier League. Here is what you need...

Was Arsenal's transfer window spree smart money or just a cheap fix?

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer brings us the latest from the social media world, including Lucas Perez's apparent London connection.

Spare a gentle thought for Arsene Wenger. He's damned if he does and really damned if he doesn't. Of course, I speak of his activity -- or lack thereof -- in the transfer window, a debate that appears to have subsumed the actual playing of games as the defining act in Arsenal's season. (NEWSFLASH: The Gunners finally won their first match of the season on Saturday, in case you missed it).

Now it appears that that the team is willing to let Jack Wilshere, not so long ago the future of English...

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere must move on loan to resurrect his career

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner gives his opinion on Arsene Wenger looking to loan out Jack Wilshere.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes presents The Sweeper where Jack Wilshere may leave on loan, Joe Hart to Torino and much more.
ESPN FC's Ross Dyer brings us the latest from the social media world, including Lucas Perez's apparent London connection.

There's not much of it about in football these days, but thank goodness that some common sense has broken out at Arsenal. According to ESPN FC sources, all parties concerned have concluded that Jack Wilshere's short-term future would be best served by an immediate loan move away from the Emirates. One of the most promising English footballers of his generation needs the chance to rescue his career.

Just 37 fleeting minutes of Wilshere in an Arsenal shirt off the bench so far this season have proved...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League Deadline Day: Chelsea, Arsenal and others still active

The ESPN FC crew discuss the report that Arsenal are close to signing Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez.

With deadline day approaching, ESPN FC's Premier League correspondents assess their side's business so far and suggest what else needs to be done.

ARSENAL: A frustrating summer has turned out to be successful in the end as Arsene Wenger is set to bring in all the pieces he felt were needed to make Arsenal title contenders. He entered the transfer window looking to make three major signings, and is about to add centre-back Shkodran Mustafi to midfielder Granit Xhaka and striker Lucas Perez....

Wenger has made a splash in market despite derision for lack of spending

The ESPN FC crew discuss the report that Arsenal are close to signing Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the rumours that Valencia's Shkodran Mustafi and Deportivo's Lucas Perez are set to sign for Arsenal.

For a manager often derided for not spending money, Arsene Wenger will have splashed out around £100 million in 2016 by the time this transfer window closes.

When the arrivals of Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez are finalised at £35m and £17m respectively, the earlier captures of Granit Xhaka (in the region of £30m), Rob Holding (around £2m) and Takuma Asano (£5m) will bring the total in this window to upwards of £90m. When you add the £7m plus the Gunners...