Transfer analysis: The 10 best free agents on the market this summer
A host of big-name players’ deals are up. Some are desperate to stay, others have cleared their lockers. Jack Pitt-Brooke looks at where they might be in August
Tuesday 13 May 2014
Players running down their contracts and being available to a new club for free is nothing new.
But this summer there is a particularly talented bunch up for grabs for absolutely nothing.
The announcement earlier this week that Rio Ferdinand was not being offered a new contract by Manchester United added yet another stellar name to an already glittering line-up.
So here we take a look at the best players available on a Bosman free transfer and analyse where they might be playing their football come August...
Who do you think is the best player for free? Let us know in the comments below.
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