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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? Yes, according to the Mail, which reported that the Gunners are considering that option "in a bid to reinvigorate his stalling career."

Wilshere, left...

 By PA Sport

Jack Wilshere must play regularly to get England call - Sam Allardyce

Despite leaving Ross Barkley out of his most recent squad, England manager Sam Allardyce says the door is still open to the midfielder.
Jack Wilshere has been given a total of 37 minutes by Arsene Wenger this season.

Sam Allardyce has warned Jack Wilshere he needs to be a regular starter for Arsenal before returning to the England side.

Wilshere was a notable omission from Allardyce's first Three Lions squad, particularly given the faith Roy Hodgson frequently showed in the midfielder.

Ross Barkley was also an eye-catching absentee, but while he did everything possible to press his case -- scoring twice in four appearances for Everton this season -- Wilshere's problem is lack of game time.

He has been given...

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...