Which PL clubs have planned most and least for the long-term…

Date published: Saturday 22nd June 2019 1:06

As we approach July 1, when contracts expire or tick over into another year, we’ve looked at which Premier League clubs have got their long-term planning in place. 

Below are listed all the players with more than two years remaining on their deals. Watford have most players on long-term deals, while Premier League revenues will surely see Sheffield United begin to think beyond the next season or two…

 

Watford – 20
2022: Will Hughes, Dodi Lukebakio, Andre Gray, Etienne Capoue, Tom Cleverley, Nathaniel Chalobah, Domingos Quina, Kwasi Sibo.
2023: Abdoulaye Doucoure, Gerard Deulofeu, Adam Masina, Craig Cathcart, Isaac Success, Ken Sema, Adalberto Penaranda, Marc Navarro, Ben Wilmot, Filip Stuparevic, Pontus Dahlberg.
2025: Joao Pedro.

 

Manchester City – 19
2022: John Stones, Nicolas Otamendi, Philippe Sandler, Danilo, Patrick Roberts, Douglas Luiz, Mix Diskerud, Erik Palmer-Brown.
2023: Kevin De Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Benjamin Mendy, Riyad Mahrez, Gabriel Jesus.
2024: Oleksandr Zinchenko, Kyle Walker, Phil Foden, Aymeric Laporte
2025: Ederson, Bernardo Silva

Brighton – 19
2022: Jurgen Locadia, Pascal Gross, Mathew Ryan, Bernardo, MartĂ­n Montoya, Anthony Knockaert, Solly March, Tudor Baluta, Percy Tau, Dan Burn, Jan Mlakar, Billy Arce.
2023: Alireza Jahanbakhsh, Yves Bissouma, Shane Duffy, Lewis Dunk, Florin Andone, Alexis Mac Allister, Matt Clarke.

 

Chelsea – 18
2022: Cesar Azpilicueta, Tiemoué Bakayoko, Danny Drinkwater, Antonio Rudiger, Emerson, Andreas Christensen, Lewis Baker, Matt Miazga, Charly Musonda, Tammy Abraham,
2023: N’Golo Kante, Ethan Ampadu, Ross Barkley, Kurt Zouma, Jorginho, Marcos Alonso.
2024: Christian Pulisic
2025: Kepa

 

Leicester – 18
2022: Jamie Vardy, Kelechi Iheanacho, Marc Albrighton, Rachid Ghezzal, Danny Ward, Daniel Amartey, Hamza Choudhury, Fousseni Diabate, Matty James.
2023: Harry Maguire, James Maddison, Ricardo Pereira, Caglar SöyĂŒncĂŒ, Kasper Schmeichel, Filip Benkovic.
2024: Wilfred Ndidi, Ben Chilwell, Harvey Barnes

 

Man Utd – 16
2021 with option for further year: Sergio Romero, Juan Mata, Marcos Rojo, Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard, Victor Lindelof.
2022: Romelu Lukaku*, Alexis Sanchez, Chris Smalling*
2023: Phil Jones*, Luke Shaw*, Diogo Dalot, Fred*, Scott McTominay*, Daniel James
2024: Anthony Martial*
* option for extra year

 

Liverpool – 16
2022: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ben Woodburn
2023: Jordan Henderson, Xherdan Shaqiri, Marko Grujic, Roberto Firmino, Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, Fabinho, Harry Wilson, Naby Keita
2024: Alisson, Andrew Robertson, Joe Gomez, Trent Alexander-Arnold.

 

Everton – 16
2022: Gylfi Sigurdsson, Michael Keane, Idrissa Gueye, Bernard, Cenk Tosun, Seamus Coleman, Henry Onyekuru, Mason Holgate, Jonas Lossl, Beni Baningime.
2023: Richarlison, Lucas Digne, Yerry Mina, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Tom Davies
2024: Jordan Pickford Jordan Pickford

 

Arsenal – 15
2022: Alexandre Lacazette, Matteo Guendouzi, Sead Kolasinac, Alex Iwobi, Reiss Nelson, Emiliano Martínez, Mohamed Elneny, Calum Chambers
2023: Bernd Leno, Granit Xhaka, Hector BellerĂ­n, Rob Holding, Ainsley Maitland-Niles, Lucas Torreira, Konstantinos Mavropanos

 

Southampton – 15
2022: Jannik Vestergaard, James Ward-Prowse, Mario Lemina, Jan Bednarek, Wesley Hoedt, Fraser Forster, Stuart Armstrong, Jack Stephens, Matt Targett, Alex McCarthy, Michael Obafemi.
2023: Mohamed Elyounoussi, Moussa Djenepo, Angus Gunn, Yan Valery.

 

Tottenham – 13
2022: Hugo Lloris, Kieran Trippier, Erik Lamela, Serge Aurier, Paulo Gazzaniga, Juan Foyth.
2023: Lucas Moura, Heung-min Son, Harry Winks, Kyle Walker-Peters.
2024: Harry Kane, Dele Alli, Davinson Sanchez.

Norwich – 13
2022: Timm Klose, Ben Godfrey, Emiliano BuendĂ­a, Tim Krul, Marco Stiepermann, Ben Marshall, Moritz Leitner, Philip Heise, Louis Thompson
2023: Onel Hernandez, Grant Hanley, Jamal Lewis, Max Aarons

 

West Ham – 12
2022: Felipe Anderson, Andrey Yarmolenko (option for extra year), Angelo Ogbonna, Pedro Obiang, Jordan Hugill, Ryan Fredericks
2023: Marko Arnautovic, Issa Diop, Winston Reid
2024: Declan Rice (club hold option for extra year), Pablo Fornals
2025: Grady Diangana

 

Wolves – 12
2022: Diogo Jota, Rui PatrĂ­cio, Morgan Gibbs-White, LĂ©o Bonatini, Rafa Mir.
2023: Ruben Neves, RaĂșl JimĂ©nez, Jonny Otto, Matt Doherty, Adama Traore, Conor Coady, RĂșben Vinagre

 

Bournemouth – 9
2022: Callum Wilson, Nathan Aké, David Brooks, Lewis Cook, Dominic Solanke, Diego Rico, Tyrone Mings
2023: Jefferson Lerma, Chris Mepham
Unspecified ‘long-term’ contracts: Mark Travers (signed 2018), Lloyd Kelly (signed 2019)

 

Aston Villa – 8
2022: John McGinn
2023: Jack Grealish, Lovre Kalinic, Frédéric Guilbert, Jed Steer, Anwar El-Ghazi
2024: Wesley
Unspecified: Kortney Hause

 

Newcastle – 7
2022: Yoshinori Muto, Florian Lejeune, Martin Dubravka, Sean Longstaff, Paul Dummett.
2024: Miguel Almiron, Jamaal Lascelles

 

Burnley – 6
2021 with option for further year: Matej Vydra, Ben Mee
2022: Ben Gibson, James Tarkowski
2023: Nick Pope, Dwight McNeil (both with option for further year)

 

Crystal Palace – 6
2022: Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Cheikhou Kouyaté, Alexander Sorloth, Jairo Riedewald
2023: Wilfried Zaha, Jordan Ayew

 

Sheffield United – 3
2022: John Egan, Enda Stevens
2023: Jack O’Connell

 

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