Sound the klaxons and ready the fax machines – transfer deadline day is imminent.All deals have to be done by 11:00pm on Wednesday night and we have no doubt all 20 Premier League teams are frantically trying to arrange transfers in and out.There are usually the odd surprise deals to go through as some managers keep their cards close to their chests, but others are a little more signposted.READ MORE: Premier League transfers: Done deals so far in summer 2016So, with just days to go, we have taken a look at 14 players who could be set to move on before the window shuts.Click the right arrow above to see which players we think are about to seal transfers… 6. Vicente Iborra (Sevilla) – A £7m deal to Sunderland looked to be done but has stalled slightly. The Sevilla man should sign but it could take some wrangling. 2. Joe Hart (Manchester City) – Claudio Bravo has arrived, Willy Caballero has usurped him, and a transfer is surely on the horizon. Sunderland and Torino are currently front-runners, while AC Milan reportedly have an interest too. 9. Calum Chambers (Arsenal) – In desperate need of a long run in a first-team, the ex-Southampton youngster could be leaving the Gunners on loan before the end of the transfer window. 1. Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool) – Click the right arrow above to see which stars are likely to move clubs before the transfer window shuts this week… – The Frenchman has not had a great couple of months, even if he has been exonerated over an alleged failed drugs test. Now he is being frozen out at Anfield and a loan deal before Wednesday seems likely. 14 10. Lazar Markovic (Liverpool) – A player who looked like a real talent at Benfica, Markovic has not been a success at since joining the Reds for £20m in 2014. He spent last year with Fenerbahce and got two goals in 20 appearances, another transfer, either temporary or permanent, seems likely. 14 14 14 5. Nacer Chadli (Tottenham) – An unpredictable player who has a knack for scoring important goals, the Belgian has not featured once during three games so far and, despite interest from Swansea, appears close to joining West Bromwich Albion. 11. Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Marseille) – Reportedly already training with Tottenham, the winger has not completed a deal yet, despite talk of a move starting in July. It will finally go through this week, unless Daniel Levy has other plans 14 14 7. Eliaquim Mangala (Manchester City) – A £32m signing just two summers ago, the Frenchman has struggled to meet high standards at the Etihad. He now seems set to leave the club following John Stones arrival and Nicolas Otamendis continuing improvement. A loan deal is most likely and Spurs reportedly have an interest. 14 14 14 14 8. Ryan Mason (Tottenham) – Spurs could be seeing one of their longest serving players leave this week, Mason has been at the club since being recommended by former midfielder Micky Hazard aged just eight. He has not managed to hold down a starting role since his impressive 2014/15 season, but could flourish at another club with Hull and Sunderland interested. 14 4. Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United) – After much transfer chit-chat, surely the French dynamo will get his move away from St James Park? Several clubs retain an interest in the player but may need the Magpies to drop their valuation before making swoops. 3. Jay Rodriguez (Southampton) – He may have scored his first goal since March 2014 to equalise against Sunderland as the two sides drew 1-1, but a loan deal and regular football seems like it is on the cards for the England international. 14 12. Clinton N’Jie (Tottenham) – Still floating around in state of purgatory due to the Nkoudou deal, NJie will finally get his loan switch when Tottenham sign the Frenchman. 14 14 13. Hal Robson-Kanu (Free Agent) – You might think the Welshman would have sealed an early transfer following his Euro 2016 heroics in France, but he has not been able to get a move so far. He does not have to get a deal done by deadline day but he might want to find a club ASAP, or he will lose all he gained over the summer. 14. Mario Balotelli (Liverpool) – If the former Golden Boy wants to kick start his career, he needs to find a new club, and fast. Turned down by practically every Serie A club, his options diminish by the day, and his stardom fades.