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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger looks like he may be ready to cut ties with Jack Wilshere.
The midfielder has spent his career at Arsenal, with the exception of a brief loan spell at Bolton Wanderers in 2010. It looks like he may be set to leave the Emirates once more to find first-team football on a temporary basis.
Wilshere has fallen down the pecking order at Arsenal, with both Granit Zhaka and Mohamed Elneny joining, making playing time even more limited for the England star. Sky Sports have reported that Wilshere will be allowed leave Arsenal, in the search of first-team football, although it's not known how long the loan will be for.
Another England international getting ready to leave his club is Joe Hart. The Manchester City goalkeeper is set to join Serie A side Torino. The Italian side finished in 12th place last year, and have won one of their opening two league games this season.
The Guardian have reported that Hart is set to travel to Italy on Tuesday for talks with the Serie A side. Hart is currently based with the England squad ahead of their 2018 World Cup qualifier away to Slovakia.
Arsenal defender Calum Chambers looks set to leave Arsenal on loan in a bid to get Premier League experience. The 21-year-old remains part of Arsene Wenger's long-term plans according to Goal.com, but the French manager wants the defender to play more football.
Chambers joined Arsenal at the start of the 2014-15 season from Southampton, and has played across the back-four for Arsenal, without cementing a place of his own.