79 Premier League Players Who Could Become Free Agents This Summer

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As the 2020/21 season comes to an end, many Premier League players will be wondering whether their contracts will be extended or whether they will become free agents.

79 Premier League Players Who May Be Released This Summer

Players Need To Make Strong Claim For New Contract

The latest season has thrown up plenty of surprises and disappointments. Manchester City have stormed away at the top of the Premier League table, leaving reigning champions Liverpool in their wake.

Jurgen Klopp’s side have disappointed this season and could miss out on a European spot altogether. West Ham and Leicester City, meanwhile, could feature in the Champions League next season.

Having spent 10 years with Manchester City, Sergio Aguero is set to leave the Etihad Stadium as he seeks a new chapter. While rumours aplenty have circulated regarding his future, no deal has been struck as of yet – meaning he could become a free agent later this year.

Juan Mata and Edinson Cavani could also become Premier League free agents as their contracts come up for renewal. They do, however, have an option of another 12 months.

This is a full list of the 79 Premier League players who could become free agents as according to Transfermarkt.

Premier League Free Agents As of This Summer

Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool)

Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)

Eric Garcia (Manchester CIty)

Ryan Bertrand (Southampton)

Romain Saiss (Wolves)*

Joshua King (Everton)

Jeffrey Schlupp (Crystal Palace)

Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace)

Patrick van Aanholt (Crystal Palace)

Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)

Edinson Cavani (Manchester United)*

John Lundstram (Sheffield United)

Mamadou Sakho (Crystal Palace)

Juan Mata (Manchester United)*

David Luiz (Arsenal)

Jose Izquiredo (Brighton)

Olivier Giroud (Chelsea)

Danny Welbeck (Brighton)

Fabian Balbuena (West Ham)

Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United)

Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Burnley)

Danny Rose (Tottenham)

Ezgjan Alioski (Leeds United)

Nathaniel Clyne (Crystal Palace)

James McCarthy (Crystal Palace)

Thiago Silva (Chelsea)*

Jacob Murphy (Newcastle)

Robbie Brady (Burnley)

Federico Fernandez (Newcastle)*

James McArthur (Crystal Palace)

Matthew Lowton (Burnley)

Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)

Kyle Bartley (West Brom)

Fernandinho (Manchester City)

Christian Atsu (Newcastle)

Kean Bryan (Sheffield United)

Wayne Hennessey (Crystal Palace)

Andy Carroll (Newcastle United)

Gary Cahill (Crystal Palace)

Ahmed Elmohamady (Aston Villa)

Martin Kelly (Crystal Palace)

Hal Robson-Kanu (West Brom)

Tom Heaton (Aston Villa)

Scott Dann (Crystal Palace)

Erik Pieters (Burnley)*

Neil Taylor (Aston Villa)

Adrian (Liverpool)*

Conor Townsend (West Brom)

Kevin McDonald (Fulham)*

Sergio Romero (Manchester United)*

Kevin Long (Burnley)

Kamil Grosicki (West Brom)

John Ruddy (Wolves)

Connor Wickham (Crystal Palace)

Kyle Edwards (West Brom)

Christian Fuchs (Leicester City)

Jack Rodwell (Sheffield United)

Fabri (Fulham)*

Branislav Ivanovic (West Brom)

Tim Ream (Fulham)

Henri Saivet (Newcastle)

Christian Walton (Brighton)

Sam McQueen (Southampton)

Lee Peltier (West Brom)

Wes Morgan (Leicester City)

Jimmy Dunne (Burnley)

Simon Moore (Sheffield United)

Phil Bardsley (Burnley)

Eldin Jakupovic (Leicester City)

Stephen Henderson (Crystal Palace)

Ouasim Bouy (Leeds United)

Phil Jagielka (Sheffield United)

Gaetano Berardi (Leeds United)

Willy Caballero (Chelsea)

David Martin (West Ham)

Andy Lonergan (West Brom)

Lee Grant (Manchester United)

Harry Lewis (Southampton)

Richard Nartey (Burnley)

*Players have a one-year option in their contracts according to Transfermarkt.

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