Eight predictions for the end of the summer 2016 Premier League transfer window

first_img 3. Arsene Wenger will claim he has actually completed more transfers this summer than it appears as the return from injuries of Danny Welbeck and Jack Wilshere will be ‘like two new signings’. 8. Joe Hart and Peter Odemwingie to carpool as they drive to various Premier League grounds looking for a new club. – Click the arrow, right, to see talkSPORT’s other predictions between now and the end of the transfer window 8 7. Mario Balotelli stays at Liverpool after Jurgen Klopp accepts the Italian’s offer to play left back instead of Alberto Moreno. As we enter into the last week of the transfer window, there are plenty of moves that still need to be tied up for players by Premier League clubs.The 11pm cut off on Wednesday, August 31 means a return to those late night panic deals and frantic faxing of documents by chairmen up and down the country.Ten of the 20 Premier League sides have broken their club-record transfer fees so far, with Manchester United’s £89m move for Paul Pogba leading the way, but expect a few more teams to stump up record money.But what else is likely to happen during the final few days of the transfer window?Click the arrow above, right, to see talkSPORT’s eight predictions for the last week of the window … 4. Jose Mourinho to confiscate Ed Woodward’s phone and fax machine and keep him under house arrest to prevent him ruining a perfect transfer window. 5. Despite saying he is ‘fully committed’ to Chelsea on Facebook, Cesc Fabregas will retweet a post linking him with a return to Arsenal to send the twitterverse into meltdown. 8 8 8 1. Saido Berahino repeats his 2015 threat to never play for West Brom again after chairman Jeremy Peace refuses to sell him to Stoke City. 8 6. Tony Pulis offers to fight Daniel Levy after the Tottenham chairman added an extra £2m onto the fee for West Brom new boy Nacer Chadli without him realising. 8 2. Upon the Chinese takeover of Hull City, the club will immediately bid for Robinho, pinpointing his signing as the catalyst for Manchester City becoming the club they are today. 8 8last_img

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