With September 1 drawing closer, clubs are still looking on bringing new talent to increase their chances of glory this season.
Manager's are often disrupted during this part of the season with player transfers distracting from the job at hand.
There is still time for change and as speculation and rumours come to a head, here's a look at five transfers that should be finalised by the end of the week:
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Juan Cuadrado: Chelsea to Juventus
Cuadrado was impressive for Fiorentina and earned a big money move to Chelsea back in January. The future looked bright for the Premier League champions, but eight months later and Cuadrado has failed to show any signs of being the superstar we thought he was.
With new addition Pedro putting in a man-of-the-match performance on his debut, it looks increasingly likely that Cuadrado will be out the door by the end of the week.
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Kevin De Bruyne: Wolfsburg to Manchester City
Wolfsburg are squeezing every penny out of Manchester City, the German club want a staggering £57million which seems a bit excessive for a player that could hardly keep a first team spot at Chelsea.
Despite this, City seems close to securing a deal for the Belgian midfielder and he should end up at the Etihad as soon as the clubs agree a fee.
John Stones: Everton to Chelsea
Its no secret Chelsea have been sniffing around the Everton defender for a while now and he seems like he wants to go.
With the bidding set to break the British transfer record, Everton's insistence that Stones is not for sale will be greatly tested this week.
Saido Berahino: West Brom to Spurs
The striker has been angling for a move away from West Brom for months now and with him being completely left out of the squad for Sunday's clash with Chelsea it seems more certain than ever that Spurs will be getting their way.
Victor Wanyama: Southampton to Spurs
Southampton are completely adamant that the Kenyan defensive midfielder will not be the latest of their top players to be sold to bigger clubs as has been the case over the last three summers.
Wanyama has just two years left on his contract and the Mirror exclusively revealed last Thursday that Wanyama wants the move to happen.
Nathaniel Clyne left for Liverpool for a cut-price fee this summer with just a year left on his contract. Southampton won’t want the same to happen with Wanyama.
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