As we all know, the transfer window has come to an end but that doesn't mean that some free business can't still take place. According to football rules, free agents can still be bought during the season even without a transfer window as long as they became free agents before the transfer window closed.
Looking at the current available free agents, it's quite surprising that some clubs are not looking to snatch one or two free players. Here are some free agents that will be ideal for EPL clubs in need:
David Luiz was an Arsenal player as of last season but he was released by the club in June. David Luiz had a terrible spell with Arsenal and the major highlights of his stay were multiple red cards and errors leading to goals against Arsenal.
As terrible as he was for Arsenal, you still cannot doubt his quality. David Luiz has proven useful to Chelsea in the past as well as PSG. He is currently 34 years and can still have a positive impact in some EPL clubs today.
Serge Aurier was recently released from Tottenham and it would be a huge surprise if no EPL club makes a move for him. Aurier was Jose Mourinho's preferred right back choice for most part of his spell at Tottenham which shows that the player has promise. He also played decently whenever he got the chance.
Aurier is currently 28 years old and it can be said that he still has a lot to offer.
Romero was Manchester United's trusted Europa league goalkeeper until he was released. He wasn't good enough to take over from De Gea and was used as a second choice keeper.
With the arrival of Henderson, Romero was released afterwards. Romero is currently 34 years old and has the experience to offer something reasonable in the EPL this season.
Sturridge is one of those players whose careers were ruined by injuries and bad decisions in general. Prime Sturridge was a joy to watch at Liverpool but he fell off ever since.
Sturridge became a fee agent back in 2020 after Turkish club Tranzonspor let him go in a mutual contract termination.
Source: Sporting Ferret
This probably had something to do with his violation of FIFA betting rules that led to him being banned from world football for four months.
At 32 years of age, Sturridge is one player that might be motivated to create a bright spark in any EPL club that comes calling.
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