Who will be the big players who will become free agents (FA) this summer and be released for free?
Britain’s ’90min’ said on the 5th (Korean time), “Clubs across Europe are using the FA market. As we enter 2023, players with six months before their contracts expire can sign pre-contracts with other clubs. “The following are the best players you can get without a transfer fee,” the FA highlighted the imminent players. The media introduced players currently scheduled to expire in June without considering extension options.
The first is Lionel Messi (PSG). He succeeded in winning the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with Argentina, and is showing off his strength by achieving ’10-10 (10 goals, 10 assists)’ on the French stage. The media reported that PSG and Messi have a one-year extension option, but it has not yet been signed.
Next is Karim Benzema (Real). After winning the Spanish La Liga last season as well as the European Football Federation (UEFA) Champions League (UCL), he finally got his hands on the Ballon d’Or. Although he could not participate in the World Cup due to an injury, he has recently been consistently scoring goals and showing off his sharp decision-making skills.
N’Golo Kante (Chelsea) is also included. He established himself as a top-tier midfielder in the English Premier League (EPL) while going through Leicester City and Chelsea. 안전놀이터 A fatal hamstring injury has taken him out of the game this season, but it seems to be an important option if he returns to the ground after systematic rehabilitation.
Roberto Firmino (Liverpool) was also named. ’90min’: “Manager Jurgen Klopp insists that ‘people will write a book’ about how Firmino interprets the number 9 role. But he is nearing the expiration of his contract, which may end his false nine career with Liverpool.” introduced.
Other media outlets include Marcus Thuram (Möncheng), Yuri Thielemans (Leicester), Wilfred Zaha (Palace), Kamada Daichi (Frankfurt), Thomas Lemar (ATM), Ilkay Gundogan (Man City), Adrien Rabiot ( Juventus), Marco Asensio, Dani Ceballos (above Real), Adama Traore (Wolverhampton), Nabi Keita (Liverpool), etc. are about to expire contracts, and shed light on future moves.