Premier League Players Who Are Free Agents, Are They Worth The Risk?
With just 10 days until the start of the new season, Premier League managers and chairmen are working incredibly hard to secure deals for their transfer targets.
Thanks to the Premier League’s decision last year, this summer’s transfer window will actually close on the eve of the first game week of the season, meaning time is running out.
Not only is the off-season an opportunity for teams to bring in new players, it also a chance for them to force a few departures too. The majority of player’s contracts run until the summer and if they cannot secure a new deal, then they are left as free agents.
This is great for Premier League teams who want to avoid paying high transfer fees but is a little worrying for those players who are without a club.
In this article we have found players of real Premier League quality who for one reason or another are without a club and are wanting to secure a move as soon as possible ahead of the new campaign.
The former Man Utd defender made a return to the Premier League in 2018 with West Ham but only made five league appearances. The Frenchman has had a turbulent year after he kicked a fan in Marseille and was banned by UEFA for six months.
Could he make another sensational return to the Premier League? At 37, he will surely be hoping to pick up one last big contract.