sport news Premier League club-by-club ultimate guide to targets before transfer window ...

There is just one week to go until the transfer window shuts for all English clubs.

At 5pm on August 8, all Premier League clubs will cease their shopping and go with the squads they've got until the January transfer window opens.

With all 20 clubs still active in the current window, Sportsmail takes a look at the priorities for their squads.

ARSENAL

What they need: Forward, centre-back, midfielder, goalkeeper

Who they want: Papou Cisse (Olympiacos), Daniele Rugani (Juve), Gary Cahill (free), Sami Khedira (Juventus), Kieran Tierney (Celtic)

Most likely deal: Kieran Tierney for £25m

For a transfer window that had looked pretty gloomy, there is now plenty of light creeping through.

Four new faces are in as Arsenal look to the future with some exciting signings. Eighteen-year-old duo Gabriel Martinelli and William Saliba have arrived on permanent deals - with the latter returning to his former club Saint-Etienne on a season-long loan. Coupled with that is the loan signing of the highly-rated Dani Ceballos from . The Gunners have now broken their club transfer record with the £72m acquisition of Lille forward Nicolas Pepe.

However, the Gunners' problems aren't going forward - it's all defensively. Celtic left back Kieran Tierney would improve that position but centre back is of particular concern with Arsenal fans crying out for a solid foundation there.

Arsenal are hopeful of signing Kieran Tierney from Celtic for £25m before the window shuts

Arsenal are hopeful of signing Kieran Tierney from Celtic for £25m before the window shuts

ASTON VILLA

What they need: Goalkeeper, defender, midfielder, striker

Who they want: Axel Tuanzebe (Man Utd), Kalvin Phillips (Leeds), Baptiste Santamaria (Angers), Daniel Sturridge (free), Harry Wilson (Liverpool, loan)

Most likely deal: Axel Tuanzebe (loan)

After a two-season exile, Aston Villa are back in the Premier League.

In order to stay up they know they need to strengthen and have done so with 10 new signings at the cost of over £130m to date. However, despite the mass investment manager Dean Smith is still looking to improve in all areas. Goalkeeper Tom Heaton is just the latest to join, for £8m from Burnley.

BOURNEMOUTH

What they need: Goalkeeper, midfielder, winger

Who they want: Jack Butland (Stoke), Victor Wanyama (Tottenham), Harry Wilson (Liverpool)

Most likely deal: Harry Wilson (Liverpool)

Eddie Howe's side continue to improve year-on-year with low-key signings that aid the squad. Philip Billing is their highest-profile signing so far with the Dane having experienced Premier League football with Huddersfield last season.

The Cherries remain in the hunt for Stoke goalkeeper Jack Butland who knows his position within the England fold is in jeopardy if he continues to play in the Championship. Higher up the pitch, Liverpool forward Harry Wilson is another target, having shone at Derby County in the second tier last season.

Bournemouth are targeting highly-rated Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson (right) this summer

Bournemouth are targeting highly-rated Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson (right) this summer

BRIGHTON

What they need: Centre-back, midfielder, forward

Who they want: Adam Webster (Bristol City), Mateus Uribe (Club America), Harry Wilson (Liverpool), Neal Maupay (Brentford), Kemar Roofe (Leeds), Youssef En-Nesyri (Leganes)

Most likely deal: Adam Webster (Bristol City)

In a domino-effect of transfers, Brighton's pursuit of centre back Adam Webster could affect other clubs in the Premier League. The Bristol City defender is expected to complete a £25m transfer to the Amex Stadium which could then trigger Lewis Dunk swapping Brighton for Leicester. This could in turn then allow Harry Maguire to join .

New boss Graham Potter is looking at other ways to improve his squad with Youssef En-Nesyri identified to aid their goalscoring woes. The quick, 6ft 2in centre forward is valued at £18m by Leganes and scored 12 goals for the club last season.

BURNLEY

What they need: Goalkeeper, right-back, centre-back, midfielder, striker

Who they want: Bailey Peacock-Farrell (Leeds), Dael Fry (Middlesbrough), Joakim Maehle (Genk), Mateusz Klich (Leeds), Neal Maupay (Brentford)

Most likely deal: Dael Fry (Middlesbrough)

Sean Dyche is looking to improve the spine of his team. With Tom Heaton leaving and Joe Hart's future uncertain - goalkeeper is one area that could be looked at.

Ben Gibson, who joined last summer, could be making a return to his former club Middlesbrough just 12 months later. Dael Fry who is at Boro could come the other way with Burnley keen on the centre half.

CHELSEA

What they need: Transfer ban lifted

Who they want: None

Most likely deal: Loans out for Reece James, Danny Drinkwater, Fikayo Tomori, Tiemoue Bakayoko

This transfer window is one to forget for Chelsea. With their transfer ban well-documented the focus has been on retaining the players they've already got and wish to keep. This has worked in large parts bar the notable exit of Eden Hazard to .

Chelsea did manage to turn Mateo Kovacic's loan deal from Real into a permanent one though. The key for Frank Lampard will now to be shrink his squad with Danny Drinkwater and Tiemoue Bakayoko, in particular, free to leave if the right offer comes along.

New Chelsea manager Frank Lampard can't sign anyone due to the club's transfer ban

New Chelsea manager Frank Lampard can't sign anyone due to the club's transfer ban

CRYSTAL PALACE

What they need: Right-back, centre-back, midfielder, forward

Who they want: Omar Elabdellaoui (Olympiacos), Gary Cahill (Free), Reece James (Chelsea), James McCarthy (Everton), Michy Batshuayi (Chelsea), Fyodor Chalov (CSKA Moscow), Ollie Watkins (Brentford)

Most likely deal: James McCarthy (Everton)

When you speak of transfers and Crystal Palace, you immediately think of Wilfried Zaha. The homegrown talent wants to leave the club but so far nobody has matched the Eagles' valuation for their talisman.

In terms of buying players, supporters will be disappointed with business so far. Jordan Ayew, who spent the second of half of last season on loan there, is back at Selhurst Park after completing a move from Swansea. Gary Cahill, who is a free agent after leaving Chelsea, would add experience to Roy Hodgson's back-line.

EVERTON

What they need: Full-back, centre-back, midfielder, winger, forward

Who they want: Moise Kean (Juventus), Jean-Philippe Gbamin (Mainz), Mario Lemina (Southampton), Fikayo Tomori (Chelsea), Diego Llorente (Real Sociedad)

Most likely deal: Moise Kean (Juventus)

It's been a positive window for Marco Silva's side so far. In Jonas Lossl they have added a Premier League-ready goalkeeper as competition for No 1 Jordan Pickford. And then in midfield Andre Gomes has completed a permanent deal from Barcelona, while in the £8.5m acquisition of Fabian Delph they have a serial winner in their squad.

Business is far from over though with the Toffees leading the chase for promising international Moise Kean from perennial Serie A champions Juventus.

Everton are closing in on Juventus youngster and Italy international Moise Kean for £36m

Everton are closing in on Juventus youngster and international Moise Kean for £36m

LEICESTER

What they need: Centre-back

Who they want: Quissanga Bastos (Lazio), Lewis Dunk (Brighton), James Tarkowski (Burnley)

Most likely deal: Lewis Dunk (Brighton)

Harry Maguire. Does he stay or does he go? It is looking likely that it will be the latter amid 's strong interest. As a result, the Foxes have been sniffing around for a replacement with Dunk the target at £45m.

Aside from the Maguire saga, Brendan Rodgers has pulled off a coup with the signing of Belgium international midfielder Youri Tielemans, while Ayoze Perez provides a younger upgrade on the departed Shinji Okazaki in attack.

LIVERPOOL

What they need: Goalkeeper, left-back, forward

Who they want: Juan Firpo (Real Betis), Israel Salazar (), Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth), Fraser Forster (Southampton)

Most likely deal: Harry Wilson to Bournemouth or Dejan Lovren to Roma

How do you drastically improve on a team that has just won the Champions League and was pipped to the Premier League title on the final day of the season? That's the conundrum Jurgen Klopp has faced this summer and it appears that there is no answer. Klopp so far has gone against the grain by signing players who will have an impact in years to come - such as 16-year-old Harvey Elliott from Fulham. 

Klopp would like to add strength in depth to the goalkeeper, left back and forward positions but it's more likely that there will be more outgoings instead. Wilson, Dejan Lovren and Ryan Kent could all potentially leave before the window shuts.

MANCHESTER CITY

What they need: Goalkeeper, centre-back, winger

Who they want: Asier Riesgo (Eibar), Joao Cancelo (Juventus), Nathan Ake

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