Manchester City turn attentions to Jonny Evans and Inigo Martinez after Liverpool beat them to Virgil van Dijk

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    Alexis Sanchez

    After a failed deadline day move to Manchester City in the summer, the Chilean forward has refused to sign a contract with the London-based club, and will have a host of top European sides after him in January or the summer.

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    Mesut Ozil

    The German playmaker’s protracted contract negotiations are well documented, and he will have a host of suitors should he fail to resign for the Gunners before the summer.

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    Juan Mata

    The United playmaker is yet to renew his contract with the club, however having started 13 games this season, it seems unlikely the Spaniard will be shown the door by Mourinho.

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    Luke Shaw

    Following strong criticism from his own manager and pundits, after a series of long-term injuries, the former-Saint looks set to leave Old Trafford after four seasons that has seen him make only 53 appearances for United.

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    Ander Herrera

    Manchester United have a one-year option they can invoke in the Spaniard’s contract should they wish to extend his stay at Old Trafford. Nemanja Matic’s arrival has limited the midfielder’s opportunities with the majority of his appearances this season coming from the bench.

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    Jack Wilshere

    Having struggled with injuries for years the Arsenal academy graduate has played in Arsenal’s previous four games. Undoubtedly talented, should the midfielder reject a proposed contract extension from the London club he will have plenty of Premier League sides eager to sign him at the end of the season.

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    Emre Can

    Heavily linked with a move to Juventus, the former-Bayern Munich midfielder has been frustrated by Jurgen Klopp’s rotation policy in a congested Liverpool midfield, and with the impending arrival of Naby Keita from Leipzig in the summer, sees his opportunities further diminishing.

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    Marouane Fellaini

    Struggling for game time in a United midfield consisting of Paul Pogba, Ander Herrera, and Nemanja Matic, the Belgian may be tempted to move in search of first team opportunities.

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    Franck Ribery

    The Champions League winner, now 34, has struggled with injury this season, and has understandably looked rusty upon his return to the Bayern starting eleven.

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    While the midfielder is out of contract next summer, it is believed that Guardiola is keen for the City hierarchy to offer the 32-year-old Brazilian a new contract.

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    Daley Blind

    Having made only 13 appearances for Mourinho’s side in all competitions this season, the versatile Dutchman has been linked with a move to Barcelona.

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    Ashley Young

    Following his conversion to full-back by manager Jose Mourinho, the 32-year-old has scored twice and provided four assists with his dangerous delivery from out wide. Teams in the Premier League will be keen to secure the former Aston Villa player’s experience next term.

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    Giorgio Chiellini

    At 33 the Italian centre-back is still a world-class player, and with less than a year on his contract, will surely be a bargain for whoever secures his services next summer.

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    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Undoubted class, but at 36, whether the Swede represents value for money is another matter, with the striker one of the highest paid players in the Premier League.

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    Fernando Torres

    The former Liverpool striker has had to settle for a place on the bench since his return to Atletico Madrid, behind Antoine Griezmann and Kevin Gameiro in the pecking order. A move away surely beckons for the 33-year-old.

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    Aaron Lennon

    Former-Spurs flyer Lennon has not been offered a new contract by current club Everton, but will certainly add Premier League know-how to promoted sides looking to avoid relegation next season.

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    Arjen Robben

    Bayern’s other veteran winger has also had an injury-stricken season in Bavaria, though has still managed to score three and assist four in all competitions. The Dutchman is certainly still a threat when fully fit.

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    Iker Casillas

    Having won the Champions League three times, Casillas is certainly a high-quality goalkeeper. Could the Spanish veteran be a good signing for a top-European club?

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    Ross Barkley

    Yet to make an appearance for Everton this term, the attacking-midfielder, previously unwanted by former manager Ronald Koeman could be thrown a lifeline by recently appointed Sam Allardyce. If however the Evertonian sees his future elsewhere, he will be a good pick for top sides in the Premier League.

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    Santi Cazorla

    Blighted by serious injuries to his Achilles and having had surgery nine times in 14 months, the diminutive midfielder will hope to regain his fitness to restart his career.

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    The pacey winger has enjoyed a four year spell in Ukraine with Shakhtar Donetsk, though in not signing a new contract, may have his heart set on playing in one of Europe’s top five leagues.

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    Mario Balotelli

    The enigmatic Italian striker has reignited his stop-start career in Nice with 33 goals in 49 appearances for the French side.

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    Hatem Ben Arfa

    Talent in abundance though lacking work rate, teams interested in the attacker will hope they can see the player find the form he displayed at OGC Nice, scoring 18 goals and assisting 7 in 2015/16.

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    Ezequiel Lavezzi

    The stocky Argentine forward has been on fire this season in the Chinese Super League, scoring 20 goals and assisting 19 in 27 games. A return to Europe is surely on the cards for the former-Napoli man.

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    Joel Robles

    Displaced from the Everton starting line-up by £30m summer arrival Jordan Pickford, the Spaniard will be eager to guarantee himself more game-time should next year.

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    The Atletico Madrid legend, now 32, is under increasing competition from Croatian full-back Sime Vrsaljko and could be tempted by a move before retirement.

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