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One player from every Premier League club that needs move before transfer window closes

The 2022-23 Premier League season starts in 11 days time and some clubs are frantically looking to bring in new signings. The summer transfer window…

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The 2022-23 Premier League season starts in 11 days time and some clubs are frantically looking to bring in new signings.

The summer transfer window shuts in 38 days time and for some out of favour players, embarking on a new chapter is desperately needed to help them get their stagnating careers back on track.

With that in mind, Ladunblog Sport takes a look at one player from every Premier League club that needs a move before the transfer window closes.

One player from every Premier League club that needs move before transfer window closes

Arsenal – Nicolas Pepe

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The Gunners’ club-record £72m signing hasn’t been able to showcase the form he showed with great regularity with Lille for the north Londoners.

The Ivory Coast international started just five Premier League games last season and with Mikel Arteta having further attacking reinforcements to call upon, the 27-year-old needs regular football which could come via a loan move.

Aston Villa -Bertrand Traore

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Villa paid £17m to bring the former Chelsea youngster to Villa Park from Ligue 1 giants Lyon in 2020.

The 26-year-old made one Premier League start last season and amassed 213 minutes of top-flight action.

After scoring eight goals and providing seven assists in his first season with the Villains, the Burkina Faso international may struggle to nail down a place in Steven Gerrard’s first-choice XI.

Bournemouth – Junior Stanislas

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The former West Ham United academy graduate made two Championship starts under Scott Parker last season and the 32-year-old looks to be on the fringes of the Cherries squad.

With his contract expiring next summer, it’s hard to see the winger getting much game time at the Vitality Stadium and he may have to drop down to the Championship to secure regular first-team football.

Brentford – Marcus Forss

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After finishing the season on loan at Hull City, the Finland international may well head out on loan again this season with Ivan Toney and Bryan Mbeumo leading the line for Thomas Frank’s side.

Brighton & Hove Albion – Matt Clarke

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Despite joining the club three years ago, the centre-back is yet to make his debut for the Seagulls and has spent the last three seasons out on loan.

With Graham Potter possessing a wealth of defensive options, it’s hard to envisage Clarke’s fortunes drastically changing at the Amex.

Chelsea – Ross Barkley

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Thomas Tuchel’s side want to ‘get rid’ of the midfielder ahead of the new Premier League season, as reported by the Mirror.

Aston Villa and Everton have been offered the chance to re-sign the England international but interest from either of Barkley’s former clubs is yet to materialise.

The 28-year-old started just one Premier League game last season and if he retains any faint hopes of making a late push for Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad, a move away from Stamford Bridge is a necessity.

Crystal Palace – Nathan Ferguson

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The former West Bromwich Albion man has made one appearance since joining the Eagles, but with his time at Selhurst Park hampered due to injury setbacks, a loan move could be the best thing for him.

Everton – Andre Gomes

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The former Barcelona man hasn’t got the pace or physicality to dominate and control games, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see him on the fringes of Frank Lampard’s squad come the start of the season.

The 28-year-old would be better served playing a European league that’s played at a much slower tempo.

Fulham – Anthony Knockaert

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The winger is unlikely to form a part of Marco Silva’s plans at Craven Cottage and a move to a Championship club, in a league where he has produced his best football would be the best career move for the Frenchman.

Leeds United – Helder Costa

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With the Whites undertaking a mini revolution under Jesse Marsch this summer, it’s hard to envisage the Angolan international having a future at Elland Road.

After an underwhelming loan spell with La Liga giants Valencia last time out, the former Wolves man’s future doesn’t look to be in West Yorkshire.

Leicester City – Jannik Vestergaard

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A year after making the switch to the King Power Stadium from Southampton, the Denmark international has struggled to establish himself in Brendan Rodgers’ starting XI.

With Wesley Fofana, Jonny Evans and Caglar Söyüncü ahead of him in the pecking order, the Foxes may be willing to cut ties with the former Saints defender.

Liverpool – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

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After suffering another injury in pre-season, Oxlade-Chamberlain’s chances of forcing himself back into Jurgen Klopp’s best XI are rapidly evaporating.

But with the German reluctant to lose the former Arsenal man, the England international may have to push for a move away from Anfield.

The former Southampton youngster’s prime years are quickly vanishing and he needs to get back playing week in, week out.

Manchester City – Liam Delap

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Gabriel Jesus may have departed but Erling Haaland and Julian Alvarez have arrived at the Etihad, meaning the chances of Delap experiencing a breakthrough under Pep Guardiola are very slim.

City rejected a £16m bid from Southampton, who have already signed Gavin Bazunu and Romeo Lavia from the Citizens this summer, for the striker.

The reigning Premier League champions are willing to loan the 19-year-old out but it’s all about finding the right environment from which he can shine.

Manchester United – Phil Jones

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The 30-year-old, whose contract at Old Trafford expires next summer, cannot afford to waste another season on the sidelines.

Following the arrival of Lisandro Martinez, the former Blackburn Rovers starlet could start the new campaign as United’s seventh choice centre-back with Axel Tuanzebe potentially being ahead of him in the pecking order as well.

Whether it be the Premier League, Championship, Europe or America, United’s number four simply has to secure a temporary or permanent move.

Newcastle United – Karl Darlow

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Following the arrival of England international Nick Pope from Burnley, the chances of Darlow featuring under Eddie Howe are very slim.

Freddie Woodman has moved to Preston North End, but the chances of the stopper ousting Pope and Martin Dubravka are extremely unlikely.

A permanent or loan move to a Championship side is the most likely outcome for the former Nottingham Forest man.

Nottingham Forest – Cafu

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The Portuguese midfielder was on the periphery of Steve Cooper’s side last season, but given the purge of spending the promoted side have embarked upon, it’s hard to see the former Olympiacos man getting any game time in the top-flight.

Southampton – Yan Valery

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The 23-year-old seems only to be considered for selection by Ralph Hasenhüttl when the Saints are struggling with injuries.

With his contract at the St Mary’s Stadium expiring next summer, it’s clear that Valery’s future lies away from the club.

Tottenham Hotspur – Harry Winks

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The England international’s prospects of featuring under Antonio Conte took a dent when the Italian signed Rodrigo Bentancur in January, but with Yves Bissouma arriving this summer, Winks’ future under the former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager looks bleak.

The ball-playing midfielder isn’t likely to be at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium when the transfer window closes and a loan move, with a buy option, to a Premier League club will probably be the most likely outcome.

West Ham United – Nikola Vlasic

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Following his £26.8m move from CSKA Moscow, Vlasic scored one goal for the Hammers last season.

After missing out on Jesse Lingard, David Moyes may give the former Everton man a chance to prove he isn’t a big-money flop.

But with the Irons still eager to splash the cash this summer, the club’s number 11 could find himself heading for the exit door after a poor debut campaign in the capital.

Wolverhampton Wanderers – Leander Dendoncker

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With Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves likely to remain as Bruno Lage’s first-choice midfield partnership, the Belgian will remain the Portuguese duo’s understudy.

Dendoncker, whose contract at Molineux expires next season although the club do have the option of extending by a further year, is on Lampard’s list of Everton targets, according to Fabrizio Romano.

A move to Goodison Park or elsewhere could see the 27-year-old step out of Neves and Moutinho’s shadow.

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