The HUGE free agent signings Leeds United could still snap up - including ex-Arsenal & Man Utd sensations
The majority of the summer transfer business in the Premier League is now over, but there could yet be a flurry of deals before next Friday with domestic transfers and free agent swoops still on the cards.
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There's a number of out-of-contract stars looking to be snapped up before the season gets into its full stride, who could prove to be bargain signings. Here's a look at some of the best free agents who Leeds United and their Premier League rivals could look to snap up in the near future.
The former Arsenal and Man Utd striker has just been released by Watford. He's not been at his best for some time now, but could yet recapture the form that saw him make England's last World Cup squad.
Another former England star looking for a route back to the big time, Wilshere is on the hunt for a new club after being let go by West Ham. He's still only 28, but has seen his career hampered by injury thus far.
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A bit of a left-field one here, but the ex-Liverpool man could still prove a useful rotation option. The 29-year-old has just left Serie A side Verona, following a spell with AC Milan.
He may well look to end his career in Japan, but the 31-year-old could potentially pursue one more big challenge and return to the Premier League for the first time since leaving Man Utd in 2014.
The 34-year-old is likely to demand a hefty wage, but his experience could prove invaluable. The 2018 World Cup finalist has won league titles with Bayern Munich and Juventus in the past.
The 32-year-old is another experienced player who could be a fine rotation option. He's won league titles in his native Belgium before, and picked up over 50 caps before retiring from international football.
He's just been released by Anderlecht, and is looking for a new club. He looks likely to join a side in Turkey, but stranger things have happened...
At his best, he was a force to be reckoned with. At his worst, he was getting subbed off for attempting outrageous back heels when through on goal in pre-season. If only for the drama, the Premier League needs Super Mario back.
Before England's glut of quality right-backs emerged, Clyne was hotly tipped to be a regular starter for years to come. The 29-year-old is looking to make a comeback following a cruciate injury last summer.