Sport The 5 most interesting free transfer players this summer
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This year's summer transfer window will close on October 5th, but there are still a few players on the market. There are also particularly interesting candidates among the professionals for whom a potential new club would not have to put a tired euro on the table.
We have the five most famous and currently free transfer players in the overview:1. Jose Callejon
The Spaniard played for SSC Napoli for the last seven years, but his contract, which expired in summer 2020, was not renewed. The now 33-year-old winger is associated with a return to his home country - Villareal is considered a serious prospect.
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2. Daniel Sturridge
Already in the summer of 2019, the English striker changed clubs for free when he joined the Turkish club Trabzonspor after seven years in Liverpool. After a season for the Turks, the injury-prone 31-year-old is now looking for a club again,3. Edinson Cavani
The 116-time national player from Uruguay is now available for a free transfer after seven years at PSG. The two clubs from Madrid - Atlético and Real are under discussion. So the 33-year-old has a free choice!4. Mario Mandzukic
After five years at Juve, the Croat went to Qatar for half a year in early 2020 and is now back on the market. The 34-year-old may be drawn to Russia, where he could play in the Champions League with Lokomotiv Moscow.5. Mario Götze
Mario Götze's new club is eagerly awaited. In Dortmund, the 28-year-old was sorted out this summer and in addition to the Spaniards from Seville and Valencia, FC Bayern is also said to have expressed interest. Is the playmaker going from Dortmund to Munich again?
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