Transfer deadline day: What do the fans want?

It’s transfer deadline day and as team bosses are left with difficult decisions to make in a short space of time, for fans it’s like Christmas.

Who would the fans like their team to sign then?

Something tells us Liverpool fans are keen for a left back…

Chelsea fans want a defender too, with PSG man David Luiz rumoured for a return.

After a slow transfer window until the eventual double signing of striker Lucas Perez and defender Shkodran Mustafi, some Arsenal fans are finally happy – although some still want more.

Lots of fans have suggestions for Jack Wilshere as he looks to secure a loan move away from the Emirates, but some just had jokes to make.

Meanwhile, some fans are actually looking for transfers out, rather than in.

And predictably, everyone wants a striker…

The transfer window shuts at 11pm and who gets who, only time will tell…


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