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Some big names set to depart on free transfers

The Premier League has drawn to it's conclusion which now means that matters have turned to events off the pitch, with the transfer window now officially open for business.

This is the beginning of the domestic window so clubs can buy and sell to other clubs in the UK immediately, which means we're at the start of silly season.

As for international transfers (players incoming our outgoing around the world) this window doesn't officially open until 11th June when FIFA Transfer Matching System (TMS) opens. Transfers can still be arranged but they can't process until the FIFA TMS window officially opens.

Over the last few years we've seen spending rise & rise to unbelievable new levels, with the broadcasting revenue in the Premier League being splashed out on transfers and player wages.

Pretty much every club in the top flight has broken their transfer record over the last few seasons and we're expecting more of the same this time around, with revenue across the board in the top flight continuing to increase.

But despite the riches on offer in the Premier League, many clubs do still continue to shop around in the free agent market and there is the potential to pick up a gem or two.

Max Meyer (Crystal Palace), Bernard (Everton) and Jack Wilshere (West Ham) were three of the highest profile free transfers last summer and there's some big names up for grabs again this time around.

Below we've listed each Premier League clubs senior players that are set to be released this summer. Things could obviously change if they're offered new deals but as it stands they should be available on a free this summer.

There's some interesting names who're still capable of doing a job at the highest level. Would you take any of them at your club? Let us know your thoughts @FootyAccums!


Cohen Bramall, Petr Cech, Charlie Gilmour, Stephan Lichtsteiner, Julio Pleguezuelo, Aaaron Ramsey, Danny Welbeck

Danny Welbeck
Danny Welbeck's injury hit 5 year spell in North London is set to end this summer

Aston Villa

Alan Hutton, Glenn Whelan, Mile Jedinak, Micah Richards, Mark Bunn, Jed Steer.


James Boote, Jordan Holmes, Marc Pugh


Jordan Araujo, Ben Barclay, Julien Carre, William Collar, Billy Collings, Ben Hall, Stefan Ljubicic, James Moore, Owen Moore, Bruno, Joe Tomlinson, Richard Towell


Marley Blair, Adam Bruce, Tinashe Chakwana, James Clarke. Edward Cook, Peter Crouch, Mark Howarth, Andres Lindegaard, Ntumba Massanka, Conor Ntumba, Aiden Stone, Jon Walters, Stephen Ward


Gary Cahill, Bradley Collins, Fankaty Dabo, Eduardo Carvalho, Rob Green, Todd Kane, Josimar Quintero, Ruben Sammut, Kyle Scott, Martell Taylor-Crossdale, Jared Thompson

Crystal Palace

Tyler Brown, Joseph Hungbo, Oliver O’Dwyer, Jason Puncheon, Bakary Sako, Pape Souare, Julian Speroni.


Leighton Baines (offered new deal), Daniel Bramall, Henry Charsley, Mateusz Hewelt, Joseph Hilton, Phil Jagielka, Jack Kiersey, Shayne Lavery, Boris Mathis, Chris Renshaw, Ashley Williams.

Phil Jaegielka
Two of Everton's longest serving players could be available on frees this summer

Leicester City

Max Bramley, Kairo Edwards-John, Davide Lorenzo, Habib Makanjuola, Alassane Meite, Shinji Okazaki, Louis Ramsay, Lamine Sherif, Danny Simpson.


Adam Bogdan, Juanma Garcia, Conor Masterson, Glen McAuley, Alberto Moreno, Connor Randall, Daniel Sturridge, Corey Whelan.

Daniel Sturridge
If Daniel Sturridge can stay fit, another Premier League club could have a very decent player on their hands.

Manchester City

Vincent Kompany

Manchester Unied

Ander Herrera, Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia.

Juan Mata Manchester United Old Trafford
Manchester United paid £37m to sign Mata back in 2014 - this summer he's available for nothing

Newcastle United

Tyrique Bartlett, Jesus Nunez Cumbreras, Mo Diame, Otto Huuhtanen, Stefan O’Connor, Callum Roberts, Josef Yarney.

Norwich City

Todd Cantwell, Timm Klose, Ivo Pinto, Steven Naismith, Matt Jarvis, Yanic Wildschut.

Sheffield United

Paul Coutts, Martin Cranie, Harvey Gilmour, Conor Washington.


Jonathan Afolabi, Jamie Bradley-Green, Steven Davis, Jake Flannigan, Siph Mdlalose, Ben Rowthorn.

Tottenham Hotspur

Dylan Duncan, Charlie Freeman, Thomas Glover, Fernando Llorente, Connor Ogilvie, Jamie Reynolds, Michel Vorm.

Fernando Llorente has emerged as a key man for Tottenham in the second half of the season and could be offered a new deal


Miguel Britos, Ashley Charles, Andre Eleftheriou, Heurlho Gomes, Thomas Hoban, Sam Howes, Tom Leighton.

West Ham

Andy Carroll, Moses Makasi, Toni Martinez, Samir Nasri, Vashon Neufville, Josh Pask, Adrian, Noha Sylvestre.

Samir Nasri
Former Manchester City man Samir Nasri looks set to depart the London Stadium after just 6 months