It’s July 1, which means there are an influx of players across the world have just become free agents.
Here are some of the best that are technically available as things stand …
GK: Gianluigi Donnarumma
The former Milan keeper is on his way to PSG with a medical reportedly already done, but there has been no announcement yet which means as it stands the Italian is a free agent.
RB: Jérôme Boateng
Boateng’s trophy-laden time at Bayern Munich has come to an end and the centre-back is now without a club. Rumours over a return home to Hertha BSC have surfaced, but will the German have another crack at the Premier League instead?
CB: Sergio Ramos
It’s hard to imagine Sergio Ramos not in the white shirt of Real Madrid, but it’s going to happen. His 16-year marriage at the Bernabéu ended with an awkward divorce, both Manchester clubs have been linked with giving Ramos one last shot at the top of the game.
CB: David Luiz
Luiz will be searching for a new club after leaving Arsenal following a chaotic two seasons at the Emirates, with a reported move to the MLS beckoning.
LB: Ryan Bertrand
An experienced defender who also happens to be a Champions League winner and will help a few Premier League clubs’ homegrown quotas? Bertrand could be a smart option on the market this summer.
RM: Lionel Messi
You would think at some point the decision-makers at Barcelona will get round to sorting out a new contract for potentially the best player to ever operate in the sport. Nonetheless, Lionel Messi is technically no longer a Barça player.
CM: John Lundstram
Lundstram scored five goals and provided three assists during Sheffield United’s first season back in the Premier League, but his time at Bramall Lane is coming to an end and at 27 he still has reserves left in the tank.
CM: Robin Quaison
The 27-year-old featured in all of Sweden’s four games at the Euros and can operate as a striker as well as an attacking midfielder, scoring 34 goals during his four-year spell with Mainz 05.
LM: Franck Ribéry
The Frenchman is still going at 38, but is set to leave Fiorentina after two years in Serie A.
ST: Moussa Marega
Have we all been sleeping on Marega’s contract expiring? The 30-year-old scored two goals and provided two assists for Porto in the Champions League last season, scoring 12 goals in all competitions.
ST: Rafael Santos Borré
The Colombian striker has been attracting interest from a number of Bundesliga clubs as well as Manchester United and will leave River Plate after scoring 56 goals in four seasons.