The stars with uncertain future: – Can go for free

The stars with uncertain future: – Can go for free
The stars with uncertain future: – Can go for free
Big clubs such as Bayern Munich, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Barcelona and AC Milan risk losing more players. Some have an uncertain future and have not extended their contracts, but players like Aguero are finished in Manchester City at the end of the season.

These profiled stars can actually make up an entire starting lineup:

Gianluigi Donnarumma (22), AC Milan:

The Italian goalkeeper made his debut for AC Milan already as a 16-year-old. Since then, he has been the clear choice at the very back of Milan.

The 22-year-old has already managed to get a full 241 games for the big club, and is a brilliant goalkeeper that every club should have on the radar.

Donnarumma has also won 24 international matches and is Italy’s first choice at the very back of the field. This season stands with the goalkeeper with 38 games spread in Serie A and the Europa League.

Lucas Vázquez (29), Real Madrid:

First out in defense is Real Madrid’s Lucas Vázquez. The Spanish 29-year-old is very versatile, and can hold several positions on the field.

Originally a right winger with good speed, but has been Real Madrid’s first choice at right back this season, due to compatriot Carvajal’s injury problems.

Vázquez has been involved in lifting the Champions League trophy on three occasions and stands with eleven trophies in total. Went through the ranks of Real Madrid’s youth system and has won 237 first team matches for the club.

Jérôme Boateng (32), Bayern Munich:

The midfielder is very experienced and has a number of merits on his CV. The 32-year-old is no longer a young boy, but still has what it takes to deliver in the best company and has started 27 games this season for a good Bayern team.

Was brought from Manchester City back in 2011, since then there have been a total of 354 matches and 21 trophies for Bayern. Stands with 76 international matches and helped win the World Cup back in 2014.

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Sergio Ramos (35), Real Madrid:

There has been much speculation that Sergio Ramos himself will extend his contract in Madrid, but so far the Spaniard has rejected a number of contract offers from Los Blancos.

Came to Real Madrid back in 2005, has been considered one of the world’s best defenders for a number of years.

Perhaps no wonder, Ramos has won a total of 23 titles for Real Madrid, and last season became the defender with the most goals in La Liga’s history.

670 games and 141 goal points in the white jersey is nothing short of impressive. Debuted for Spain as a 19-year-old and has 179 matches for his country, in addition there have been two European Championship titles and one World Cup title.

The Real Madrid captain has lifted the Champions League trophy on four occasions, as well as scoring in two of the finals.

David Alaba (28), Bayern Munich:

The left-back takes David Alaba, who has been strongly linked with Real Madrid. Can play in midfield, or as a midfielder and left back.

Best known for his contributions from the left-back in his 12 years in Munich. Stands with spinnville 26 titles for Bayern and has been named player of the year in Austria seven years in a row.

Turns 29 years old in June, but still keeps the cook and has attended 35 games this season. In total, there have been 421 games, 33 goals and 51 goalscorers for Bayern Munich.

Luka Modric (35), Real Madrid:

The first central midfield place captures Luka Modric himself, who has had great success for Real Madrid and his national team.

In 2018, the Croatian became the first player since Kaka in 2007 to win the gold ball ahead of Ronaldo and Messi. Reached the age of 35, but has still been one of Real Madrid’s most important players.

This season, the midfielder has started 30 games in La Liga and the Champions League. Was brought in from Tottenham in 2012, has collected 17 trophies at this time.

Georginio Wijnaldum (30), Liverpool:

The next man out is Gini Wijnaldum, who was brought to Liverpool from Newcastle in 2016. The 30-year-old has 226 games for the Premier League champion, there have also been 72 internationals and 21 goals for the Dutchman.

Won four trophies in his five years in Liverpool, where the highlights have been the triumph in the Champions League and the long-awaited Premier League title.

Hakan alhanoglu (27), AC Milan:

Last out in the midfield we find Hakan alhanoglu. The AC Milan star has a deadly right foot and likes to serve his teammates.

The 27-year-old tops the list of goalscorers in Serie A this season. The scores have been fewer this season, but 11 goal points in 23 games is absolutely respectable for the Turk who was taken from Hamburger SV.

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GOAL GUARANTEE: Aguero has celebrated a total of 257 goals during his time as a Manchester City player, but will leave the club at the end of his contract after the season. Photo: Rui Vieira / AP Photo
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Memphis Savings (27), Lyon:

First out in the attacking trio is Memphis Depay. The Dutch 27-year-old really broke through for PSV Eindhoven, but was a disappointment at Old Trafford.

Has since scored goals for Lyon, stands with 121 goals in 169 games for the French great.

This season there have been 14 goals and 9 assists in 30 games in Ligue 1, but the striker has the benefit of winning trophies in France.

Sergio Agüero (32), Manchester City:

At the very top, the goal thief Sergio Agüero sneaks in who has an impressive CV. Struggled a lot with injuries this season, but leaves Manchester City after the season and it will be exciting to see who runs away with the Argentine’s signature.

Rumored to Barcelona, ​​to appease compatriot and friend Lionel Messi.

Became the youngest to debut in the Argentine Primera División as a 15-year-old, took the record from Maradona himself and the record still stands. Then he got his first international match as a 17-year-old, there have been 97 matches and 41 goals for Argentina.

Delivered the goods for Atlético Madrid, before he was brought to Manchester City and secured the club their first league title in 44 years. Since then, there have been 13 trophies in Manchester and 257 goals.

Lionel Messi (33), Barcelona:

The last attacking player out is Lionel Messi himself, but where to start with the Argentine?

One of the best football players of all time, is also referred to as the very best by many. It will be exciting to see if Messi extends his contract with Barcelona, ​​or if he leaves the club he has been in since 2002.

Incredible 954 goal points in 768 games in Barcelona, ​​a total of 663 goals. Won the Golden Ball on six occasions, and has won 34 titles with Barcelona.

The Argentine is in brilliant form during the day, which has resulted in 18 goals in the last 13 matches in La Liga and the Champions League.

Was strongly rumored to PSG last summer, but it will no doubt be exciting to follow a new Messi saga this summer.

Prominent players such as Javi Martínez (Bayern), Lundstram (Sheffield United), Draxler (PSG), Thauvin (Marseille), Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Roma) and Van Aanholt (Crystal Palace) can also be picked up for free after the season.

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