The transfer window is about to close and the race for procurement is nearing completion, but there are still a host of players left who can sign for free and indefinite transfers. So here’s the lineup of the standout players left without a contract and any team can land for free.
Goalkeeper: Luca Zidane
The son of hoped to break into the uniform of Real Madrid’s senior team, but never got a real chance. After only one league appearance and the loan season at Racing Santander in the sub-league, the Frenchman was left without a team. Its value is estimated at 1.8 million euros.
Right-back: Nathaniel Klein
He was supposed to be a star at Liverpool and another bingo produced by Southampton, but actually suffered a long injury from which he did not recover. Klein spent the loan season in Bournemouth in 2018/19 and is currently training at Crystal Palace where he grew up.
Brake: Asiciel Garai
The Argentine brake is no longer what it used to be, but he can bring with him a great deal of experience to any middle-class team in Europe. He recently completed a four-year contract at Valencia with which he won the Copa del Rey and besides that he has one win of the Russian Championship with Zenit and the Portuguese Championship with Benfica.
Brake: Daniel Schwab
He could have collaborated with Eran Zehavi, but his four-year contract in the Netherlands came to an end. Schwab has moved on to a number of Bundesliga teams including Bayer Leverkusen, Stuttgart and Freiburg (where he grew up) and is now looking for a new team. Its value is estimated at 2.8 million euros.
Left defender: Gael Clichy
The Frenchman reached the Champions League final with Arsenal in 2006 and was part of Arsene Wenger’s unbeaten squad in 2003/4 and also starred in Manchester City with which he won two championships. Now at the age of 35 he has completed a three-year contract at Bashkashir.
Contact: Samir Nasri
Another remnant of the glorious days of Manchester City in the previous decade. Since leaving the Blues, the troubled Nasri has spent 14 months without football due to suspicion of using banned substances, moving to Antelispor, West Ham and also leaving Anderlecht a year later which included just seven league games. Worth the bet?
Contact: Hatem Ben Arpa
Many ups and downs of French knowledge over the years. From the disappointment at Newcastle, to the renewal of Bran, the courtship of Barcelona and the dehydration of the Paris Saint-Germain reserve team. Now, Hatem Ben Arpa has completed a six-month contract at Sean Weissman’s Valladolid in which he made just five appearances.
Contact: Mario Getza
Does anyone remember scoring a goal that was worth Germany a world championship? Getze was considered a big disappointment at Bayern for three seasons, returned to Dortmund where he was considered a traitor, but the comeback was not what was expected of him and now he is without a team.
Right wing: Jose Cayeton
For seven years he was the face of Naples and also its captain and now it’s time to say goodbye. The Spaniard does not yet have a new team and it has recently been reported that he may stay in the Italian league or join Besiktas.
Left wing: Daniel Sturridge
Seven years have passed since he starred in Liverpool and was close to leading it along with Luis Suarez to the English Championship and since then Sturridge has not played regularly, been injured frequently and also a change of atmosphere in the Turkish Trabzonspor has not done him any favors. Now, he is without a team again when he was recently mentioned as a candidate to strengthen Sheffield United who are desperate for a striker.
Forward: Edinson Cavani
The diamond in the whipped cream. El Matador is the greatest conqueror in the history of Paris Saint-Germain and can certainly benefit any team he comes to. A host of names have been thrown into the air including Atletico Madrid, Leeds and Benfica, but nothing is closed yet. Who will benefit?
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