Most wanted free agents this summer


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With clubs across Europe hitting financially amid the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of the transfer market is now more important than ever.

Every team wants to buy new good players, but not every team has enough money for transfers. They try to find talented and experienced free agents. These players can also help them. What do you think about these summer transfers? The season starts soon – make your bets here

Andy Carroll

When Andy Carroll left Newcastle for the first time, he was to be Liverpool’s star striker, especially since £ 35million was required. Ten years later, he left St. James’s Park as a loser.

Carroll has played just eight Premier League games since returning to Newcastle and is now looking for a new club. He may have to move down to the Championship, although there is still some interest from teams like Burnley.

David Louis

For a long time, it seemed that Arsenal would offer David Luis a new deal, but in the end, the Gunners changed their minds. So the Brazilian defender is looking for new employers as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

The centre-back turns 35 next season and is unlikely to receive more than a one-year contract with a Premier League club. Moving to Turkey is possible, although it is believed that Marseille is also interested.

Diego Costa

Diego Costa has been a free agent for seven months, agreeing to terminate his contract with Atlético in December.

The striker wanted to wait before returning to the game, but he has nothing left to do. A return to the Premier League is unlikely, although Wolverhampton has shown interest as Jorge Mendes’ club.

Jerome Boateng

While David Alaba’s transfer to Real Madrid was announced in May, his former Bayern teammate remains a free agent.

Jerome Boateng spent 10 years in Munich. Perhaps his best days are over, but the German is only 32 years old, and it is too early to write him off. The Big Six of the Premier League may well be paying attention to him.

Franck Ribery

Franck Ribery maybe 38 years old, but the thought of retirement has not yet come to him – unlike his former teammate Arjen Robben, who hung up his boots for the second time.

According to his agent, after two seasons at Fiorentina, Ribery is keen to find another team in Serie A. If no offers from Italy come, the striker will consider trying his hand in the Premier League.

Cody Rhodes
Cody Rhodes
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