With just over a week left before the summer transfer window closes with a deafening season defining crash blastingnews rounds up all the latest Premier League transfer rumours.

Hernandez to Arsenal

After enduring a frustrating time against Everton at the weekend, where a false nine formation didn't work, Arsene Wenger looks set to add some additional firepower to his title chasing squad by taking one of the best finishers in the business, Javier Hernandez from Manchester United. Hernandez has been left out of the latest Mexican squad in order to give the striker time to sort out his future as a move away from Old Trafford looks ever more certain.

Given that Van Gaal has decided the finisher is surplus to requirements the Mexican could be signed for a fee of around £9 million.

Three way tussle for Brazilian Wonderkid

Under 20s Brazilian and Cruzeiro Lucas Silva Borges has a big future ahead of himself in the game. Known as a strong tackling defensive midfielder with excellent technique Silva has long been admired by many of Europe's leading clubs. This summer could be the year in which he becomes a house hold name amongst Premier League fans with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham all vying for the wonderkid's signature. Manchester United are thought to be in pole position after the player's agent confirmed that the Red Devils had opened talks with him.

Chelsea however, are also known to be fans and have a history of beating other clubs to secure signatures.

Arsenal after La Liga and World Cup star

Not content with strengthening upfront Arsenal are also keen to add depth to the defense by replacing Thomas Vermealen with Belgian World Cup star Toby Alderweireld. The £6 million defender is surplus to requirements at Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid and is seen as the perfect backup by Arsene Wenger due to his ability to play both an centre back and right back.

Hull City close to Dawson deal

With the extra Europa League commitments facing them this season, Hull City look set to strength the defense with proven Premier League defender Michael Dawson. The two clubs have apparently agreed on a fee but Dawson might be reticent to move. Spurs have attempted to sell the player before and a transfer to QPR looked likely in the 2011/12 season. Dawson however, rejected the move and ultimately won his place in the Spurs starting eleven back. Will he do the same again this time? Expect to find out in the next couple of days.