Top Premier League Free Agents This Summer

By on May 28, 2017

The Premier League free agents who could tempt you this summer. So who is up for grabs this time around? Below is the full list of the 28 players who are out of contract this summer. Who would you take?

Arsenal: Yaya Sanogo – Frenchman  Sanogo who has struggled hadn’t played for an Arsenal team for nearly three years but made a goalscoring return for the Under-23 squad against the Gunners arch-rivals Spurs back in March. The powerful forward has had loan spells at Crystal Palace, Charlton Athletic and Ajax.

Bournemouth: Andrew Surman – Midfielder Surman started each and every Premier League game last season. Despite his consistent performances in the centre of the park, it appears that The Cherries are willing to let him leave once his contract expires at the end of the season.

Burnley: George Boyd – Scottish international midfielder Boyd is out of contract at the Premier League Clarets this summer and has rejected a one-year extension.

Michael Kightly – Kightly spent the latter half of last season on loan at Burton Albion and scored four times in 12 appearances. The winger is now a free agent after being released by Burnley with a number of clubs after him including Ipswich Town and Southend United.

Chelsea: John Terry – A number of Premier League sides have been linked with a move for the 36-year-old free agent but Bournemouth seem to be the favourites to sign Chelsea defender John Terry this summer.

Crystal Palace: Joe Ledley – Midfielder Joe Ledley is believed to be closing in on a move back to Cardiff City, the 30-year-old is a free agent and with the Eagles will not be offering a new deal to the Welshman after three years at the club.

Wayne Hennessey, Mathieu Flamini, Fraizer Campbell, Zeki Fryers, Damien Delaney, Julian Speroni, Kwesi Appiah

Everton: Arouna Kone – Ivory Coast star Kone was signed by former Everton boss Robert Martinez. The 30-year-old scored just six goals in 46 appearances for Everton over four years at the club and has been told he will not get a new deal when his existing one expires this summer.

Leicester City: Marcin Wasilewski – After a four-year spell at Leicester, 36-year-old Polish defender Marcin Wasilewski is set to leave the club he helped go from the Championship to the Champions League last season.

Liverpool: Lucas Leiva – Presented with a commemorative trophy by Kenny Dalglish to mark his decade with the club this season the Brazilian looks set to leave Anfield with interest from both the Super lig and Serie A.

Manchester City: Winger Jesus Navas and full-backs Gael Clichy and Bacary Sagna who both joined from Arsenal all leaving Manchester City this summer plus Goalkeeper Willy Caballeroare.

Manchester United: Zlatan Ibrahimovic – Agent Mino Raiola refused to confirm whether the experienced Swede would remain at Old Trafford for another campaign, despite having suffered a serious injury towards the end of the  season there will be many offers for the Manchester United forward.

Southampton: Cuco Martina – Martina made 36 appearances for Saints during a two-season stay at St Mary’s, the last came in the 5-0 FA Cup fourth round thrashing at the hands of Arsenal back in January.

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Swansea: Marvin Emnes – The Dutchman didn’t play a single competitive game for the Swans’ first team this season and spent time on loan with Championship club Blackburn Rovers, Emnes was unable to prevent their relegation to the third tier but the goal he scored for against Wigan at the start of March gives a taste of what he is capable of.

 

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Watford: Rene Gilmartin – The keeper re-signed for the Hornets as backup for fellow stopper Heurelho Gomes in August 2014 but with first team opportunities limited Gilmartin looks to be on his way.

West Brom: Darren Fletcher – Albion boss Tony Pulis has offered the 33-year-old a new contract to avoid him leaving in the summer, Fletcher has played enough games to trigger a one-year option for next season but has delayed signing while his agent negotiates a new deal.

West Ham: Alvaro Arbeloa – The Spanish World Cup winner has been allowed to walk away from the London Stadium less than a year after he signed. Defender Arbeloa joined the Hammers on a free transfer last summer following his release from European champions Real Madrid. However, he has played just four times for West Ham this season.