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Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool have most to do before the window closes

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol and Mark Donaldson tap into Liverpool's defensive woes and transfer market conundrums.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner says Arsenal's issues do not revolve around new defender Rob Holding, but rather their lack of strikers.

With one week left in the transfer window, all of the Premier League's main contenders have some way to go if they are to meet the targets they set out the start of the summer. So where do they stand now? Who is closest to completing their business?

Arsenal

What they still need: A centre-half, a striker
Where they stand: Very still and with a lot of emotion and pressure on them from all angles. The club have long known that they need a centre-half and a striker, and also known for quite some time...

Anthony Martial's time to impress Jose Mourinho could run out quickly

The FC crew answer your tweets on Man United's title hopes, Diego Costa living on borrowed time, and a trip down memory lane.
The FC panels discuss Zlatan Ibrahimovic's impact on Man United thus far, and if he's already meeting expectations or not.
It's still early days, but Anthony Martial has yet to rekindle the magic of his first season with Manchester United.

With all the excitement for Manchester United fans following their team's start to the season, which has even seen the likes of Marouane Fellaini and Anthony Valencia play well, one player who is yet to impress is Anthony Martial.

As arguably United's best performing outfield player last season, Martial returned to United's preseason training later than most of his teammates after France made the final of Euro 2016, delaying the start of his summer holiday.

Martial didn't feature in the final until...

 By Mark Rodden

Hugo Lloris excited by Tottenham's progress under Mauricio Pochettino

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson and Stewart Robson evaluate Tottenham's goalkeeper predicament with Hugo Lloris out injured.

Tottenham Hotspur captain Hugo Lloris has said he never considered leaving the club because he is relishing the prospect of playing Champions League football under Mauricio Pochettino's guidance.

Lloris, 29, is currently out of action with a hamstring injury, forcing a break he concedes he may well have needed -- "in my mind and in my body" -- after captaining France to the Euro 2016 final.

The former Lyon goalkeeper cannot wait to return for Tottenham's Champions League campaign though, and he...

 By PA Sport

Only John Terry and Sam Allardyce can decide England future - Antonio Conte

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno shares a laugh at the thought of John Terry returning to the England fold.
Is Sam Allardyce about to recall John Terry to the England squad? We look at the pros and cons of the former England captain.

Antonio Conte has said only John Terry and Sam Allardyce can decide whether the Chelsea captain should end his self-imposed England exile.

Terry retired from international football in 2012 but Allardyce, who names his first England squad on Sunday, has indicated he may speak with the 35-year-old defender over the possibility of a return.

"I'm a former international team coach so I know this situation and prefer it to be solved between Sam Allardyce and John Terry. That's the right way," former Italy...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

WADA will not contest UEFA's Mamadou Sakho drug ban verdict

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno and Mark Donaldson address the day's rumour mill.

The uncertainty over Mamadou Sakho's immediate playing future was put to rest on Tuesday after the World Anti-Doping Agency confirmed that they won't appeal against UEFA's decision to absolve him of taking a banned substance.

The Liverpool defender was banned by UEFA in April for 30 days after testing positive for a "fat-burning" substance called Higenamine.

UEFA's independent Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB), however, opted not to extend the suspension in May as there was debate over...