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Nine (9) Premier League World Class Players That Could Become A Free Agent Next Summer

They are some premier league players that will not be offered a new deal next summer while some of the players could end up leaving their club next summer. These players will be out of contract next summer and they will become a free agent, some of the players could leave the club as they will prefer to play elsewhere.

1. Edinson Cavani (June 2022)

Edinson Cavani is a top player and he has been performing extremely well for the English premier league club, I don't think that the Uruguayan forward will sign a new contract with the club if his contract expire next summer. The Manchester United fans love the Uruguayan striker, but he might leave next summer.

2. Paul Pogba (June 2022)

It seems like Paul Pogba is happy at the club and he could end up signing a new deal with the premier league club. He has only one year left on his current contract and he will become a free agent next summer.

3. Juan Mata (June 2022)

Spanish midfielder Juan Mata is a player that the club and fans respect a lot, he has only one year left on his contract and I believe that he won't sign a new deal with the club next summer.

4. Antonio Rudiger (June 2022)

Antonio Rudiger is one of the best Chelsea players, but the premier league club might lose him for free next summer. He has only one year left on his current contract.

5. Thiago Silva (June 2022)

Brazilian captain Thiago Silva could leave the London club next summer because he has only one year left on his contract, the fans love him, but I don't think that the club will offer him a new deal.

6. Fernandinho (June 2022)

7. James Milner (June 2022)

8. Alexandre Lacazette (June 2022)

9. Mark Noble (June 2022)

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