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Your user account has been disabled. With the clock ticking before the summer transfer window slams firmly shut, Premier League clubs are desperately assessing whether they need to delve into the market one final time. We try and second guess what each top flight club need ahead of the deadline. Arsene Wenger has silenced his critics following the Gunners' per cent start to the season having made just one major signing. Wenger has money to spend after selling Emmanuel Adebayor and Kolo Toure to money bags Manchester City but the Frenchman is likely to resist the temptation to spend and stick with what he has.
If Wenger were to splash the cash in the next few days he might opt to sign a recognised forward with the north Londoners looking relatively thin on the ground in the striking department. Manager Martin O'Neill has been tight-lipped over possible incomings at Villa Park as he looks to put the finishing touches to his squad in the final week of the transfer window.
The Irishman is all too aware that he is yet to replace influential captain Martin Laursen following the Dane's retirement from injury last season. O'Neill has tried to address the situation with his courting of Portsmouth defender Sylvain Distin and is believed to have made an improved bid this week after his efforts were rebuffed first time round. Villa also have a gaping hole in the heart of their midfield after Gareth Barry jumped ship to Manchester City in the summer.
O'Neill has moved for Blackburn's Stephen Warnock recently and while the year-old could easily slot into midfield he would also provide an answer to Villa's problem position of left-back. Blues manager Alex McLeish has admitted that he has spent all of his budget this summer after bringing in no fewer than seven new players, however if the Carlos Yeung takeover is completed before the deadline the Scot could look to put his new owners funds to good use straight away.
Manager Sam Allardyce has recently bemoaned the lack of funds he has at his disposal but with the sale of Stephen Warnock to Villa looking likely to go through, Big Sam could finally have some money to play with. Manager Gary Megson has already come under fire from sections of the club's supporters with the Trotters failing to win their opening two Premier League games and the former West Brom boss could delve into the transfer market to keep his detractors at bay for the time being at least.
Megson is hoping misfiring striker Johan Elmander will eventually come good this season but if his first campaign in English football is anything to go by the Wanderers boss will need a back up plan and could move for Leeds forward Jermaine Beckford. The Trotters have a relatively thin squad so strengthening in all areas could be crucial.
The Clarets can be proud of their start to life in the Premier League but that doesn't mean manager Owen Coyle won't add to his squad this week.
The Scot has already strengthened heavily in his backline and strike force so an arrival in midfield could be an option. After being linked with a host of world class players upon arrival at Stamford Bridge this summer new manager Carlo Ancelotti has had to make do with just a handfull of relatively low-key arrivals.
However one marquee signing could still be an option before the window slams shut to truly highlight that the Blues mean business this season.
Atletico Madrid's Sergio Aguero continues to be linked with a move to the Bridge but that could now be on the back-burner with Nicolas Anelka and Didier Drogba showing early signs of striking up a promising partnership this term. The Cottagers look to have signed wisely this summer and the recent arrivals of Jonathan Greening and Damien Duff could suggest that manager Roy Hodgson's has not finished in the transfer market.
Following the injury to Andrew Johnson, which could keep the striker out for a month, Hodgson may look to strengthen up front with Leeds' Jermaine Beckford and Almeria's Kalu Uche considered targets. Manager Phil Brown has finally improved his strike force after a number of failed bids this summer with the signings of Jozy Altidore and Kamel Ghilas and the Tigers chief looks set to concentrate on improving other key areas of his team.
Many Reds fans put their side's slow start to the season down to the departure of Xabi Alonso and while manager Rafa Benitez may not admit as much in public, the former Valencia chief knows he must replace the Spanish international.
Roma's Alberto Aquilani has been acquired but the Italian, who is out until October following ankle surgery, has already distanced himself from comparisons with Alonso. Benitez has seen the club linked with creative players such as Valencia winger David Silva but a move for Real Madrid's Wesley Sneijder could be more realistic. The Blues have blown the rest of the Premier League away when it comes to big money signings this summer and they currently show no sign of relenting.