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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - David Silva (Manchester City) - Considered by many the club's greatest ever player, the Spaniard looks set to call time on 10, trophy-laden years in England. Even at 34, the gifted playmaker should have a number of options, with AC Milan and David Beckham’s Inter Miami thought to be interested. Las Palmas - and a return home to Gran Caner - has also been mooted. AFP
Edinson Cavani (Paris Saint-Germain) - Any team in need of a striker could do a lot worse than the prolific PSG frontman. Cavani, 33, has been linked with clubs in the US, South America and Asia, but is said to prefer a move to another major European league. Atletico Madrid have long been said to front the queue for the Uruguayan. Getty Images
Mario Gotze (Borussia Dortmund) - The World Cup winner - he scored the decisive goal in 2014 - has already confirmed he’s set to leave the club having failed to hold down a place in the starting line-up. At 27, Gotze shouldn’t be short on offers, with a move to the Premier League seemingly likely. Everton and West Ham United have been linked, while he remains close to former manager Jurgen Klopp. Getty Images
Willian (Chelsea) - Although apparently yet to decide whether to stick or twist, the Brazilian should be snapped up relatively quickly should he choose to call time on his Stamford Bridge career. Reportedly holds interest from Barcelona, while London rivals Arsenal and Spurs could be viable destinations. Chelsea’s second longest-serving player, the winger, 31, is no longer guaranteed a starting role. PA
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan) - Thankfully for the evergreen frontman, the injury sustained recently is not as serious as first feared. The Swede, 38, has an option to extend his deal at the San Siro, but rival clubs could yet see a window of opportunity. Despite his age, Ibrahimovic would still be an attractive addition given his profile, although a stay in Serie A appears most likely. Getty Images
Thiago Silva (Paris Saint-Germain) - While the Brazilian centre-back has maintained he’d like to see out his career at the Parc des Princes, he would still represent a bargain get for a selection pf prominent clubs. At 35, Silva remains one of the best defenders in France, with a return to AC Milan said to be a possibility, or even a switch to city rivals Inter. Getty Images
Jan Vertonghen (Tottenham Hotspur) - Time at Spurs appears to be running out for the experienced defender, who has been a fantastic signing since joining in 2012. However, contract talks have reportedly stalled, meaning the Belgian, 33, could be on the move, with Inter Milan, Roma and Napoli apparently interested. Vertonghen has looked off the pace in the Premier League this season. Getty Images
Pedro (Chelsea) - Another winger set for the Stamford Bridge exit. The Spaniard, 32, isn't understood to have an offer of a new contract despite an apparent willingness to stay in west London. With serious pedigree built primarily at Barcelona, Pedro should have plenty of suitors. Roma and Inter Miami are said to be chief among those. PA
Thomas Meunier (Paris Saint-Germain) - Adding to the exodus at the French champions, the Belgian right-back (pictured left) is considering his options in an attempt to secure regular football. Meunier, 28, is more of an attacking full-back, and has been linked with Manchester United, Spurs, AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund. However, his desire for first-team football would rule him out of a move to Old Trafford. AFP
Adam Lallana (Liverpool) - Having fallen down the pecking order at the soon-to-be English champions, the midfielder would be better served trying to reignite his career elsewhere. Lallana, 32, has struggled with injuries but retains the skill set to burnish many a side. A hook-up with former manager Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City is thought to be a prime option. AFP
Ryan Fraser (Bournemouth) - The talented Scot emerged last season as Bournemouth’s standout star, so the club would be loathe to lose him – especially for free. However, Fraser seems ready to step up a level, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs thought to be impressed. The creative midfielder, now 26, would most certainly represent a bargain for any of those clubs. AP Photo
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