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Players Available For FREE In The Summer
Matt (Footytube Staff) 4 years ago
Below is a list of players that will be out of contract in the summer:

ARSENAL: Theo Walcott, Andrey Arshavin, Sebastien Squillaci, Emmanuel Frimpong, Lukasz Fabianski.

ASTON VILLA: Richard Dunne, Andy Marshall, Eric Lichaj.

CHELSEA: Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole, Florent Malouda, Paulo Ferreira, Hilario, Ross Turnbull.

EVERTON: Phil Neville, Sylvain Distin, Jan Mucha.

FULHAM: Mladen Petric, Damien Duff, Mark Schwarzer, Chris Baird, Philippe Senderos, Mahamadou Diarra, Giorgos Karagounis, Brede Hangeland, Neil Etheridge.

LIVERPOOL: Jamie Carragher, Doni.

MANCHESTER CITY: Kolo Toure, Richard Wright.

MANCHESTER UNITED: Rio Ferdinand, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs.

NEWCASTLE: Steve Harper, Xisco, Danny Simpson.

NORWICH: Elliott Ward, Marc Tierney, Simeon Jackson.

QPR: Kieron Dyer, Brian Murphy, Clint Hill, Shaun Derry, Radek Cerny, Ryan Nelsen.

READING: Stuart Taylor, Ian Harte, Brynjar Gunnarsson, Noel Hunt, Jay Tabb, Alex Pearce, Simon Church.

SOUTHAMPTON: Frazer Richardson, Richard Chaplow, Danny Butterfield, Artur Boruc, Jason Puncheon.

STOKE: Michael Owen, Matthew Upson, Carlo Nash, Rory Delap, Dean Whitehead, Ryan Shotton.

SUNDERLAND: Titus Bramble, Louis Saha, Matt Kilgallon, Fraizer Campbell.

SWANSEA: Gerhard Tremmel, Luke Moore, Dwight Tiendalli, Mark Gower.

TOTTENHAM: William Gallas.

WEST BROM: Boaz Myhill, Marc-Antoine Fortune, Steven Reid, Zoltan Gera, Goran Popov, Chris Brunt, Gonzalo Jara, Luke Daniels, Yassine El Ghanassy.

WEST HAM: Jussi Jaaskelainen, Gary O’Neil, Freddie Piquionne, Winston Reid, Joey O’Brien, Carlton Cole
WIGAN: Maynor Figueroa, Callum McManaman, Franco Di Santo, Albert Crusat, Piscu, Mike Pollitt, Ronnie Stam, David Jones, Emmerson Boyce, Antolin Alcaraz

source: The Sun

What amazes me is the amount of quality players that feature on the list. So expect to see a lot of these players move in the transfer window as teams try and cut their losses. So just for fun here is a team that could potentially be available for free in the summer.

TheBarcaShow (Footytube Staff) 4 years ago
Aren't all of United's "free" transfers on 1 year renewals? Not really sure on the others.

I hope Simeon Jackson goes somewhere nice. Really like the guy, probably because he is Canadian
Oddshot (Newcastle United) 4 years ago
Finally Xisco will be off our pay roll!
Somere (Portmore Utd) 4 years ago
There are some decent players available. Newly promoted team should look to make the most of this
Tony (footytube staff) 4 years ago
I'm sure a lot of those will resign for their clubs, albeit short term contracts
JayTIP (Manchester United) 4 years ago
Frank Lampard to United?
Matt (Footytube Staff) 4 years ago
And Cole apparently, I think maybe Ol' Fergie is playing his mind tricks again!
Tony (footytube staff) 4 years ago
Theres nothing like unsettling the opposition, even if he's interested or not.... Lol
Its all chelseas fault for declaring their hand over lampard, I don't see what they are trying to do there?
ManUK (Manchester United) 4 years ago
It was really stupid of Chelsea to announce a legend is being pushed out in the middle of the season. I can just see Fergie laughing at Carrington about it
Peteko 4 years ago
I agree with you ManUK. Didn't handle that one well
Peteko 4 years ago
Imagine one of the "wee" clubs signing them all this summer. Would they be able to make the Top4 the first trying
Hikmat (Real Madrid) 4 years ago
Look at QPR. Brought in a whole new team, and is now fighting for second last I don't think any club should buy a lot of players at once, it ruins the chemistry and you would need time and a really good manager to come in the top 10, let alone top 5
Peteko 4 years ago
I agree with you Hikman, but I doubt the crop of players that joined QPR can compare to this bunch. The experience and quality is amazing. They could start their own club from the start, but they would have to begin from the lowest tier and they are too old for that kind of adventure

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