A list of every single Premier League star out of contract this summer – Who Spurs could move for

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Tottenham Hotspur will surely have money to spend in this summer transfer window after their hiatus over the past season.

Spurs chose not to invest in new players last summer or in January of this year, with Lucas Moura being their last purchase way back in January 2018.

However, reports suggest that Pochettino will be given a £100m war chest to spend on new players this summer (Sun).

Despite this, we all know that Daniel Levy loves a bargain, and there are loads of Premier League stars out of contract at the end of this season (BBC).

 

Could Tottenham snap up any of the following footballers on a free transfer in the coming months? Which ones would you like to see at Tottenham?

Danny Welbeck (confirmed as leaving)

Stephan Lichtensteiner

Nacho Monreal

Artur Boruc

Peter Crouch

Stephen Ward (confirmed as leaving)

Anders Lindegaard (confirmed as leaving)

Bruno Ecuele Manga

Stuart O’Keefe

Jazz Richards

Kadeem Harris

Brian Murphy

Loic Damour

Gary Cahill (confirmed as leaving)

Olivier Giroud

Willy Caballero

Rob Green

Jason Puncheon (confirmed as leaving)

Julian Speroni (confirmed as leaving)

Bakary Sako

Pape Souare

Leighton Baines

Phil Jagielka

Ryan Babel (confirmed as leaving)

Lazar Markovic (confirmed as leaving)

Jonas Lossl (confirmed as leaving)

Danny Williams (confirmed as leaving)

Laurent Depoitre (confirmed as leaving)

Erik Durm (confirmed as leaving)

Jack Payne (confirmed as leaving)

Shinji Okazaki (confirmed as leaving)

Danny Simpson (confirmed as leaving)

Daniel Sturridge

Alberto Moreno

Ander Herrera (confirmed as leaving)

Antonio Valencia (confirmed as leaving)

Juan Mata

Mohamed Diame

Miguel Britos

Tommie Hoban

Andy Carroll

Samir Nasri

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These players are also out of contract across Europe: Diego Godin, Filipe Luis (both Atletico Madrid), Santi Cazorla (Villarreal), Daniele de Rossi (Roma), Arjen Robben, Franck Ribery, Rafinha (all Bayern Munich), Max Kruse (Werder Bremen), Adrien Rabiot, Dani Alves (both PSG), Mario Balotelli (Marseille), Hector Herrera (Porto), Alan Dzagoev (CSKA Moscow)

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