Premier League clubs have issued their list of players being released this summer. Some, like Petr Cech and Rob Green, are retiring while a few have already found new clubs, like Aaron Ramsey getting fixed up at Juventus and Ander Herrera set to join PSG. But most of this mixture of internationals, seasoned pros and academy youngsters are on the hunt for a new employer…
Bournemouth – 3
James Boote, Jordan Holmes, Marc Pugh.
Brighton – 12
Jordan Araujo, Phillip Barclay, Julien Carre, William Collar, Billy Collings, Ben Hall, Joshua Kerr, Stefan Ljubicic, Owen Moore, Bruno, Joseph Tomlinson, Richard Towell.
Burnley – 13
Marley Blair, Adam Bruce, Tinashe Chakwana, James Clarke, Ed Cook, Peter Crouch, Mark Howarth, Anders Lindegaard, Ntumba Massanka, Conor Mitchell, Aiden Stone, Jon Walters, Stephen Ward.
Cardiff City – 5
Tyrone Duffus, Aron Gunnarsson, Kadeem Mathurin-Harris, Brian Murphy, Stuart O’Keefe.
Chelsea – 11
Gary Cahill, Bradley Collins, Fankaty Dabo, Eduardo, Rob Green, Todd Kane, Quintero, Ruben Sammut, Kyle Scott, KyleMartell Taylor-Crossdale, Jared Thompson.
🔊 “I’ll never forget the look on Willian’s face. He just looked at me and said, ‘What are you doing here!’”
This is the Rob Green story, the hero of Baku… 💚 pic.twitter.com/2bKffuIKDo
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) May 31, 2019
Crystal Palace – 7
Tyler Brown, Joseph Hungbo, Oliver O’Dwyer, Jason Puncheon, Bakary Sako, Pape Souare, Julian Speroni.
Everton – 11
Leighton Baines (offered new deal), Daniel Bramall, Henry Charsley, Mateusz Hewelt, Joseph Hilton, Philip Jagielka, Jack Kiersey, Shayne Lavery, Boris Mathis, Chris Renshaw, Ashley Williams.
Fulham – 7
Elijah Adebayo, Robert Atkinson, Ryan Babel, Aron Davies, Jose Garrido, Chris Kelly, Lazar Markovic.
Huddersfield Town – 10
Jake Barrett, Regan Booty, Laurent Depoitre, Erik Durm, Mark Hudson, Jonas Lossl, Jack Payne, Gabriel Rosario, Harry Spratt, Daniel Williams.
Leicester – 9
Max Bramley, Kairo Edwards-John, Davide Lorenzo, Habib Makanjuola, Alassane Meite, Shinji Okazaki, Louis Ramsay, Lamine Sherif, Danny Simpson.
Liverpool – 8
Adam Bogdan, Juanma Garcia, Conor Masterson, Glen McAuley, Alberto Moreno, Connor Randall, Daniel Sturridge, Corey Whelan.
“Daniel has earned the right to be considered a modern-day Liverpool great, I would think. He came to the club while we were trying to rebuild and re-establish ourselves." – Jürgen Klopp @DanielSturridge, a finisher supreme for the Reds… pic.twitter.com/H0a61cYYHO
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) June 4, 2019
Manchester City – 6
Nathan Brattan, Tom Dele-Bashiru, Cameron Humphreys-Grant, Vincent Kompany, Aaron Nemane, Charlie Oliver.
Manchester United – 14
Millen Baars, Josh Bohui, Zak Dearnley, Callum Gribbin, Ander Herrera, DJ Buffonge, Matthew Olosunde, Regan Poole, Thomas Sang, Antonio Valencia, Tyrell Warren, Callum Whelan, Matthew Willock, James Wilson.
— Ander Herrera (@AnderHerrera) May 11, 2019
Newcastle United – 7
Tyrique Bartlett, Jesus Nunez Cumbreras, Mo Diame, Otto Huuhtanen, Stefan O’Connor, Callum Roberts, Josef Yarney.
Southampton – 6
Jonathan Afolabi, Jamie Bradley-Green, Steven Davis, Jake Flannigan, Siph Mdlalose, Ben Rowthorn.
Tottenham – 7
Dylan Duncan, Charlie Freeman, Thomas Glover, Fernando Llorente, Connor Ogilvie, Jamie Reynolds, Michel Vorm.
Watford – 7
Miguel Britos, Ashley Charles, Andre Eleftheriou, Heurlho Gomes, Thomas Hoban, Sam Howes, Tom Leighton.
West Ham United – 8
Andy Carroll, Moses Makasi, Toni Martinez, Samir Nasri, Vashon Neufville, Josh Pask, Adrian, Noha Sylvestre.
Wolves – 6
Ben Goodliffe, Aaron Hayden, Carlos Heredia, Diego Lattie, Enzo Sauvage, Michal Zyro.