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With the pandemic putting a halt to football for now, we’ve compiled a list of the best free agents at the end of this season. Signing a player on a free transfer is a cost-effective way of recruitment and there will be plenty of bargain players available for no fee in the summer of 2020.
Here are the best free agents in 2020 summer.

Luka Modric (Real Madrid) :

Modric’s deal ends runs out this summer, and he could decide to leave the club, as there has been no signs of a new contract, due to creating space for upcoming players like Frederico Valverde and Matin Odegaard. He has been previously linked to Ac Milan and Inter Milan, would be Interesting to see where the former world best player ends up.

Edison Cavani (PSG):

Back in January, PSG rejected a bid from Atletico Madrid, for the Uruguayan star. “We hoped that he would stay at the club. Today, he asked to leave. We are studying the situation,” said PSG sporting director Leonardo. “We had a proposal from Atletico Madrid. We did not have a proposal worthy of the player’s worth.”                              

Dries Mertens (Napoli):

Now the highest goal scorer for Napoli, Mertens could be looking for a new challenge. With the Coppa Italia and Supercoppa Italiana, the only trophies he has been able to win at Napoli, he could be hoping to move to a bigger club, with bigger chances of bigger trophies. Chelsea, Bayern Munich and AC Milan, are among the club looking to get the signature of the 32-year-old Belgian International.   

Mario Gotze (Borussia Dortmund):

The World Cup Star has failed to live up to expectations, since his move to Bayern Munich, prompting a return back to his former club, Borussia Dortmund. The versatile forward, has been linked to Liverpool and AC Milan. However Dortmund are reported to be in talks over a contract extension. At the age of just 27, there’s still a lot for him to prove, as a player who was once tipped to be one of the worlds best.

 Thiago Silva (PSG):

At 35 and going strong, Thiago hasn’t shown any signs of slowing down, still considered one fo the best Central backs in the world. He has numerous times emphasized on finishing his career at PSG, “I would like to finish my career in Paris, but it will depend on how this season ends,” he told Goal.com. He might end up getting a new contract from PSG, or go back to his home country, Brazil.


By Muyiwa Aguda

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