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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Aubameyang, Coman, Fonte and Bony on Premier League clubs' radars

The ESPN FC crew look at the latest transfer rumours.

The transfer window is in full swing and Premier League clubs have until Aug. 31 to add to their sides. Plenty have been busy in the market, but there's always room for another signing or two.

Our ESPN FC bloggers discuss the most realistic and ideal signing their sides can make between now and the deadline.

ARSENALPierre-Emerick Aubameyang

Riyad Mahrez would be a coup and Arsenal's need for a new centre-back remains clear, but the biggest problem last season was converting the many chances...

Champions League attraction a thing of the past for signing players

Arsene Wenger believes the quality of managers and players in the Premier League make it the best in the world.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop sifts through quite a few of the latest to surface in the rumour mill.
ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop reacts to Francesco Totti's recent comments concerning the current high player wages.

It used to be so different, not least for clubs like Arsenal, whose manager might look back now with a wry smile. In August 2011, ahead of his side's Champions League qualifier with Udinese, Arsene Wenger was asked about the cost of failing to reach the competition -- not least in the transfer market. It almost dominated the buildup to the game more than the question of actually playing in the competition. Usually so detached and sensible about these kind of hyperactive discussions, the Arsenal...

 By John Crace

Tottenham preseason not as helpful as hoped for Mauricio Pochettino

The ESPN FC crew discuss the expectations Tottenham should have heading into the 2016-17 season.
New signing Victor Wanyama is settling at Spurs despite a difficult preseason for Pochettino's squad.

Long haul overseas preseason tours are overrated enough already. Their main purpose is purely to generate some extra cash from appearance money and the opportunity to sell a few shirts to fans who might otherwise never get around to visiting the White Hart Lane shop.

This year's visit to Australia was more pointless than ever, as almost the entire first team squad was left behind to recover from their exertions at the Euros. It's hard not to conclude that the 30,000 fans who shelled out their...

Vincent Janssen impresses in Tottenham's defeat to Atletico Madrid

Vincent Janssen says he's adapting quite well to life at Tottenham.
Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak made a slew of key saves to preserve a 1-0 win over Tottenham.
Atletico Madrid's Jan Oblak made a slew of key saves to preserve a 1-0 win over Tottenham.
International Champions Cup: Diego Godin (40') Tottenham 0-1 Atletico Madrid

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Five conclusions from Tottenham's 1-0 defeat to Atletico Madrid in the International Champions Cup on Friday.

Wasted trip for Wimmer

Kevin Wimmer was the only one of Spurs' 11 Euro 2016 representatives to travel to Melbourne but the Austrian missed both matches with a hamstring problem picked up in last week's behind-closed-doors friendly against Rotherham in Enfield. Pochettino decided to bring Wimmer in the hope he would recover but it was a mistake to subject him to the...

Arsenal taunt Tottenham after beating MLS All-Stars

Arsenal celebrated their win over the MLS All-Stars with -- what else -- a dig at north London rivals Tottenham.

The Gunners won 2-1 against a collection of the MLS' finest in San Jose, Calif., on Thursday after Chuba Akpom scored a late winner. And the club couldn't resist a quick dig at Tottenham, their arch rivals who lost 2-1 in the same fixture last summer.

Five things learned from Tottenham's pre-season defeat to Juventus

Mauricio Pochettino explains that while Spurs fell to Juventus, he takes plenty of positives away from the match.

MELBOURNE, Australia -- Five conclusions from Tottenham's 2-1 defeat to Juventus in the International Champions Cup.

1. Spurs need a centre-back

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino was quick to defend centre-backs Dominic Ball, 20, and Cameron Carter-Vickers, 18, post-match, but the manager cannot have been reassured by the duo's first-half displays. Ball's mistake gifted the ball to Roberto Pereya, who rode Carter-Vickers' weak challenge and set up Paulo Dybala. The Englishman presented Dybala...