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Full list of the 67 Premier League players out of contract at the end of the season

Full list of the 67 Premier League players out of contract at the end of the season

With the football season currently on hold amid the coronavirus pandemic, questions have been raised over how the summer transfer window will be affected.

FIFA have confirmed they are looking at adjustments to registration periods, which will also take players who are set to become free agents at the end of June into account.

Stars could be handed temporary contract extensions that last until the end of the 2019/20 campaign, although it remains unclear when football will actually be back up and running.

So which Premier League men are out of contracts this summer? The Daily Star Sport taken a look at the English top-flight players in limbo.

The Premier League is currently on hold amid the coronavirus pandemic
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Willian

The Brazilian appears unlikely to put pen to paper on a deal that runs beyond the end of the season at Chelsea. Barcelona have long held an interest and could lure him to Spain for free.

Ryan Fraser

Arsenal have been tipped to sign the Bournemouth winger, who has racked up 23 Premier League appearances this term.

Jan Vertonghen

Tottenham are making plans for life without Vertonghen after failing to negotiate a new deal with the defender.

David Silva

Manchester City are preparing to say goodbye to their midfield legend, who has offers from the table from Spain, the USA and Japan when he calls time on his 10-year stay at the Etihad.

David Silva is set to leave Manchester City this summer
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Pedro

Another Chelsea winger out of contract this summer, Pedro has fallen out of favour under Frank Lampard this season and is expected to leave Stamford Bridge.

Adam Lallana

The England international has only made three Premier League starts for Liverpool in 2019/20 after struggling with a number of injuries. And no progress appears to be made over an extension.


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