Sunday 3 September 2017 20:19, UK
Transfer Deadline Day has come and gone but a number of former Premier League players are still without a club.
Free agents can sign for teams outside the traditional January and summer windows, as Southampton demonstrated when they signed Martin Caceres in February.
With 1,883 Premier League appearances scattered across our free agent XI, there may be one or two bargains to be had.
Take a look here...
The 41-year-old is one of the Premier League's most consistent 'keepers, making 451 appearances in the top flight, but he is now on back-up duty, most recently at Stoke.
He has kept 116 clean sheets so far and is hoping for one final opportunity.
Formerly of Sunderland and Bayern Munich, Kirchhoff has 22 Premier League and 80 Bundesliga appearances to his name. Injuries have been his main problem.
Released by Leicester City over the summer, the Poland international could be an experienced addition for a Sky Bet Championship club.
Bassong was let go by Norwich City after playing just nine of their Championship games last season. He has been training with Birmingham City and reportedly impressed Harry Redknapp in a trial game on Tuesday.
The former Manchester City and Liverpool defender left Celtic in the summer and accepted a coaching job with the Ivory Coast Olympic team. However, he reportedly wants to combine playing and coaching duties and is on the lookout for a new team.
Another former Sunderland defender, Lescott left the Black Cats in the summer having joined their doomed relegation fight in January.
The Wales international, an important part of Chris Coleman's Euro 2016 squad, is a free agent after leaving Crystal Palace. He will need a new club to bolster his chances of making Wales' World Cup team next summer, should they qualify.
Like Ledley, former Arsenal midfielder Flamini was released by Crystal Palace. He has 178 Premier League appearances to his name and has been linked with MLS and Serie A.
The former West Brom midfielder left Norwich after his contract expired. He was linked to Fulham but a move never materialised.
Rossi was let go by Celta Vigo but he had a good record in Spain, scoring 64 goals in 170 appearances. A series of knee injuries have hampered his career but he's still just 30-years-old.
He left Cardiff City by mutual consent in July and is still without a club. A star at Southampton, it never really worked out at Liverpool or West Brom.