Potential free-agents next summer

SillySeason look into stars who could be released from clubs at the end of the season

Despite there still being many months left of the current campaign, focus is already turning to the end of the season and the summer transfer window.

When a season ends, more and more players become available and some even become available for free following their release from a club and that’s what SillySeason are going to look into today.

Whether the player themselves let their contracts run down, or whether the club have decided not to renew, here is a list of potential players who could be free agents come the summer of 2016.

Lets take a look.

Arsenal

Mikel Arteta

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The club-captain sees his contract expire at the end of this season, and following months out with injury problems, Mikel Arteta has quickly become a fringe player.

The Spaniard could be leaving the Emirates Stadium, but is also being eyed as a potential coach for the future.

Mathieu Flamini

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Two goals against Tottenham Hotspur won’t get you a new contract, and sadly for Mathieu Flamini, it could be an end to his Premier League days.

The veteran is behind Francis Coquelin and Mikel Arteta in the ranks and this could be his final spell with the North London club.

Joel Campbell

Joel Campbell

Joel Campbell is getting his chance at Arsenal due to injuries to Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, but he needs to make it count.

He did score against Swansea City, and looked okay against Tottenham Hotspur, but he needs to continue and needs to prove to Arsene Wenger that he deserves a new contract.

Tomas Rosicky

Tomas Rosicky wanted to leave this summer, but Arsenal activated a clause in his contract that lead to his deal being extended by a year.

He’s almost certain to leave the Emirates this summer, which will be a sad day for the fans, as they consider Rosicky a club-legend for sticking with them through tough times.

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