Every Premier League club might make one addition in the last week of the summer transfer window.

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Every Premier League club might make one addition in the last week of the summer transfer window.

There are only eight days left in the summer transfer season, and Premier League clubs are running out of time to add to their rosters.

The summer transfer market is down to its last eight days, and Premier League clubs are running out of time to bring in reinforcements. Arsenal have been the biggest spenders thus far, but several teams are yet to make a move. Daily Express Sport has looked at what business each top-flight club could do before the window closes.

Arsenal may be the Premier League’s biggest spenders, but if Mikel Arteta is to turn the club’s fortunes around, he’ll need to make additional signings.

A new right-back is at the top of their wish list, with the Gunners thought to be the frontrunners to recruit Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid.

Aston Villa appear to have made good use of the funds gained following Jack Grealish’s British record sale, but they still want to add a midfielder.

Abdou Harroui of Sparta Rotterdam appears to be that new addition, with Villa believed to be in pole position to sign the 23-year-old.

Brentford have had a great start to life in the Premier League, with a victory and a draw thus far this season.

The Bees’ transfer philosophy has largely concentrated on young players, and their pursuit of Nottingham Forest midfielder Brennan Johnson shows no signs of changing.

Goals have been an issue for Brighton under Graham Potter in the past, and after scoring four goals in their first two games, the Seagulls are looking for a new striker.

Darwin Nunez of Benfica is the guy they want to replace him as their spearhead, and the 22-year-old is available for roughly £25 million.

Burnley’s lack of creativity in the wide areas has long been a problem, and they desperately need reinforcements if they are to survive this season.

The Clarets are hoping that signing Maxwel Cornet from Lyon for £15 million will provide that attacking talent.

Chelsea are shifting to defence as their next key area, with Romelu Lukaku starring following his record-breaking signing from Inter Milan.

The Blues are in talks with Sevilla about signing Jules Kounde, who would be the newest member of Thomas Tuchel’s backline.

Crystal Palace’s major flaw – the lack of a. “Brinkwire Summary News” – has been highlighted in the first two games of the Premier League season.

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