Premier League Stars Liverpool Could Sign for Free This Summer, Including Arsenal Standouts and Relegation Battlers

A compilation of players who are set to be available for free this summer as the transfer window approaches.

Liverpool are gearing up for an active summer transfer window with Richard Hughes as the new sporting director and Michael Edwards returning in a new role with Fenway Sports Group. While the Reds are set to secure notable signings to kick off a fresh era under new management, not all acquisitions need to break the bank.

One of the transfer window’s delights is the array of players available for free each year. As numerous Premier League players approach the end of their contracts in the coming month, Liverpool stand to benefit from exploring these cost-effective options.

Throughout the years, Liverpool have secured impactful and dependable signings without spending a dime, such as Joël Matip and James Milner.

Newsnow Liverpool has identified 13 players, using Transfermarkt, who will be available for free this summer, addressing areas where the Reds seek improvement.

Lloyd Kelly (Bournemouth)

Liverpool are seeking to strengthen their defensive lineup, and the coveted Lloyd Kelly is up for grabs this summer without any transfer fee. At 25 years old, his youth is attractive, yet his injury record raises apprehension.

Marek Rodák (Fulham)

Despite not having participated in league matches this season, Rodák notably clinched victory in a penalty shootout against Spurs during the Carabao Cup. With the potential departure of both Adrián and Kelleher, the Reds could find themselves without a backup for Alisson, making a free signing a sensible consideration.

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Jairo Riedewald (Crystal Palace)

With limited playing time this season, Liverpool aim to strengthen their defensive midfield choices, and Riedewald could provide valuable backup.

Jorginho (Arsenal)

A defensive midfield alternative nearing the end of his contract is considering his options. Yet, reports suggest ongoing discussions between Jorginho and Arsenal for a contract extension, potentially prolonging his tenure at the Emirates.

Jayden Bogle (Sheffield United)

Having dedicated four years to the Blades, Bogle embarks on a fresh journey as his contract nears its end. With his versatility, the right-back could become a valuable rotation option, particularly if the incoming Liverpool manager decides to deploy Alexander-Arnold in midfield more frequently.

Kenny Tete (Fulham)

At the moment, Tete, a right-back, is another player set to become a free agent this summer. While his season has been inconsistent due to injuries, he remains a valuable asset for Fulham when he’s in top form.

Mohamed Elneny (Arsenal)

Having made over 160 appearances for Arsenal, the 31-year-old is well-acquainted with the demands of the Premier League. While probably not Liverpool’s primary starter, the Reds stand to gain from his seasoned presence, offering valuable experience in challenging matches, akin to James Milner.

Karl Hein (Arsenal)

Hein, at the youthful age of 22, possesses a bright future in his career path. Having immersed himself in the Arsenal environment for the past two years, he’s primed for a seamless transition this summer. Liverpool might want to explore him as a potential solution to their upcoming goalkeeper needs.

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Brandon Austin (Tottenham Hotspur)

Like the other goalkeepers mentioned, Liverpool will have to consider recruiting, and opting for a free agent could be advantageous for securing backup players. At 25 years old, Austin still has untapped potential despite facing challenges in establishing himself at Spurs over the years.

Tosin Adarabioyo (Fulham)

Adarabioyo, when in top form, has been a pivotal starting player for Fulham. At 26 years old, he’s at an ideal age to join Liverpool, a team boasting both budding talents and seasoned veterans, some of whom are over 30.

Chris Wood (Nottingham Forest)

Although at 32 years old, Wood remains a pivotal player for Forest this season, contributing crucial goals in their fight against relegation. While he may not secure a starting position at Anfield, his tally of 12 league goals underscores his ongoing value, suggesting he could be a potent impact substitute.

Michail Antonio (West Ham)

Like Chris Wood, Antonio has demonstrated ample talent ready to be unleashed. As a free agent, he presents a valuable addition to any team, offering depth and versatility as a rotational player.

Josh Brownhill (Burnley)

Brownhill, a seasoned midfielder, adeptly navigates challenging scenarios. With a wealth of Premier League experience and a knack for both scoring and assisting, the 28-year-old presents as a valuable addition to any squad, particularly given his availability at no cost.

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