Free agents this summer – which are the best free agents this summer?
Best free agents this summer? The transfer window for free agents is open until July 2023. Many leagues allow teams to bring in free agents despite the market being shut. If they are going to add players to their squad they will now have to look at free agents and there are lots of top players who are currently without a club. A host of experienced defenders recently let go by their clubs are available to make up the backline. Watch & Bet Football Live =>
Best free agents this summer – which are the best free agents this summer?
All of them have Champions League experience and might be of interest to a few clubs ahead of the new season. We’ve rounded a list of the Top 5 free agents this summer 2023.
5. David de Gea is a free agent this summer
The Spaniard’s deal at Old Trafford will be ending this summer, after agreeing to a one-year extension last season.
He is currently the longest-serving player in the United squad and has made over 517 appearances. Earlier in February, the Spaniard expressed his desire to retire at Old Trafford amid positive contract talks.
If he agrees to take a significant paycut to extend his stay at Old Trafford, he might not leave this summer.
4. Roberto Firmino is a free agent this summer
The Brazilian striker made over 353 appearances for the Reds, scoring 107 goals and providing 70 assists. He will now leave Liverpool for a new challenge as his deal expires at the end of this season. In this eight-year spell with the Reds, the 31-year-old striker has won the Champions League, Premier League, FA Cup, EFL Cup and Club World Cup.
His playing time got reduced and is now behind the pecking order belowDiogo Jota, Luis Diaz, Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo. But the forward has decided to leave Anfield when his contract expires this summer for a new country after so many years in the Premier League.
3. Ilkay Gundogan is a free agent this summer
Ilkay Gundogan was supposed to leave the club in the summer and it was just a speculation. But, he may be sold next year as Man City didn’t offer him a new contract.
The German’s current deal is set to expire in the summer of 2023. As per a report by the ever-reliable Martin Blackburn of the Sun, there are ‘no plans’ to offer the 32-year-old midfielder a brand-new Etihad Stadium contract, with Manchester City set to be on the ‘look out’ to add a new midfielder to their ranks in the summer.
2. N’Golo Kante is one of the best free agents this summer
Kante has been the biggest asset for Chelsea in the past few years. He was part of the club’s glorious years where the club won the Premier League, Europa League, FA Cup and Champions League since his arrival from Leicester.
The French midfielder has played for seven seasons in the Blues outfit but hasn’t been a regular at Stamford Bridge this campaign due to his hamstring injury.
He is now 31 but still solid and Potter will be given the difficult task of finding a perfect replacement for the World Cup winner. The 31-year-old may join the Serie A or La Liga in the summer.
1. Lionel Messi is the best free agent this summer
The Argentine superstar is making headlines from the last few months. He is making a potential exit from Parc des Princes. He is a free agent this summer and several suitors from across the globe has registered their interest in the World Cup winner.
He has played his final game for PSG and Barcelona are trying to get him back at Camp Nou this summer. Saudi Arabia club is also offering him a big money.
Both Xavi and Messi could reunite at Barcelona as they previously played alongside each other for several years. Famous reporter Fabrizio Romano believes he’s close to a Barcelona move. Watch & Bet on Sports Here =>
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