Which Premier League players are nearly out of contract?
Last Updated: 30/03/17 6:46pm
With the summer transfer window approaching, we list the Premier League players whose contracts are expiring.
Plenty of big-name stars could be leaving the Premier League this summer, including Yaya Toure, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and John Terry, while some clubs are facing a big restructure at the end of the season.
Crystal Palace have a total of nine players out of contract in the summer, followed by Sunderland, Manchester City and Stoke, who all have six players with just three months left on their deals.
Though Arsenal have just the contract Yaya Sanogo expiring this summer, they face the prospect of several high-profile departures in the summer of 2018.
Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez are two players the Gunners will be desperate to keep, while they have big decisions to make over Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey, Kieran Gibbs and Per Mertesacker.
Jose Mourinho has a similar situation at Manchester United; key players Ibrahimovic and Michael Carrick are contracted until the summer, while first-team players Ander Herrera, Daley Blind, Juan Mata, Antonio Valencia, Jesse Lingard and Luke Shaw see their deals end in 2018.
Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham have a small handful of players to tie down before the summer of 2018, and elsewhere throughout the Premier League, speculation is sure to be rife around Michael Keane, Harry Maguire, Andrew Robertson and Andre Gray.
Crystal Palace - nine players
Joe Ledley, Wayne Hennessey, Martin Kelly, Mathieu Flamini, Fraizer Campbell, Zeki Fryers, Damien Delaney, Julian Speroni, Kwesi Appiah
Sunderland - seven players
Jan Kirchoff, Sebastian Larsson, Victor Anichebe, Steven Pienaar, John O'Shea, Joleon Lescott, George Honeyman
Man City - six players
Jesus Navas, Yaya Toure, Pablo Zabaleta, Gael Clichy, Bacary Sagna, Willy Caballero
Stoke - six players
Glen Johnson (one further year option), Charlie Adam (one further year option), Phil Bardsley, Stephen Ireland, Shay Given, Daniel Bachmann (one further year option)
Southampton - four players
Cuco Martina, Stuart Taylor, Lloyd Isgrove, Martin Caceres
Hull City - three players
Shaun Maloney, Greg Luer, Brian Lenhihan
Burnley - three players
George Boyd, Paul Robinson, Joey Barton
Man Utd - two players
Michael Carrick, Zlatan Ibrahimovic
West Brom - two players
Darren Fletcher (one further year option), Jack Rose
Chelsea - two players
John Terry, Eduardo
Middlesbrough - two players
Grant Leadbitter, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos
Liverpool - two players
Lucas Leiva, Alex Manninger
West Ham - two players
Adrian (club option to extend for two years), Alvaro Arbeloa
Bournemouth - two players
Andrew Surman, Artur Boruc
Arsenal - one player
Everton - one player
Watford - one player
Leicester - one player
Swansea - one player
Tottenham - no players
Best of the rest up in summer of 2017
Mario Balotelli (Nice), Fernando Torres (Atletico), Dale Stephens (Brighton), Charlie Taylor (Leeds), Pepe (Real Madrid), Daniele De Rossi (Roma)
Contracts up in summer of 2018
Ashley Young, Ander Herrera, Daley Blind, Juan Mata, Luke Shaw, Antonio Valencia, Jesse Lingard, Sergio Romero, Sam Johnstone, Adnan Januzaj, Andreas Pereira, Guillermo Valera
Carl Jenkinson, Mesut Ozil, Per Mertesacker, Kieran Gibbs, Alexis Sanchez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere, Wojciech Szczesny, Joel Campbell, Santi Cazorla
Matthew Pennington, Gareth Barry, Phil Jagielka, Aaron Lennon, Kevin Mirallas, Joel Robles, Ross Barkley, Gerard Deulofeu, Aiden McGeady
Nathaniel Chalobah, Christian Atsu, Tomas Kalas, Lucas Piazon, Loic Remy
Fernandinho, Aleksandar Kolarov
Best of the rest in the Premier League
Robert Huth (Leicester), Abel Hernandez (Hull), Andrew Robertson (Hull), Harry Maguire (Hull), Michael Keane (Burnley), Andre Gray (Burnley), Fernando Llorente (Swansea), Ryan Shawcross (Stoke), Peter Crouch (Stoke), Yohan Cabaye (Crystal Palace), James McArthur (Crystal Palace), Dan Gosling (Bournemouth), Diafra Sakho (West Ham), James Collins (West Ham), Victor Valdes (Middlesbrough), Maya Yoshida (Southampton)