The 57 Premier League players who can walk out of their clubs on July 1
Premier League players whose contracts สล็อต1บาท expire on June 30 can walk away from their clubs even if the 2019/20 season has not resumed by then, a leading UK sports lawyer has warned.
The FIFA coronavirus working group has recommended contracts be extended until after the current campaign is concluded, but this will have to be done case-by-case, and the issue will be high on the agenda at Friday's Premier League meeting.
So who are the 57 Premier League players that could be faced with this dilemma? Sky Sports News has built this conclusive list and has attempted to find out what the future may hold for each player...
Borja Baston: Signed in January on เกมส์ยิงปลาออนไลน์ a short-term deal as striker cover, following injury to Wesley, but has not yet started for Dean Smith. With Wesley to come back, Mbwana Samatta settling in, and Keinan Davis just breaking through, Baston's long-term Villa prospects look bleak.
Keinan Davis: The 22-year-old has made eight appearances and may still have a future at Villa Park despite his current deal coming to an end. He may need to go out on loan to develop further, with Wesley and Samatta to beat for a place.
Ryan Fraser: The แทงบอลไทยลีก Scotland international was heavily linked with Arsenal last summer but stayed on the south coast and has made 28 appearances this season. However, it remains to be seen whether he has a future at the club.
Jordon Ibe: The £16m signing from Liverpool in 2016 has made only four appearances this season and is expected to move on to pastures new when his deal expires.
Charlie Daniels: The left-back has made only two appearances this season after falling behind Diego Rico in the pecking order. Eddie Howe also has Lloyd Kelly to return from injury and push for a place next season, so Daniels' long stint at the Cherries looks to be at an end.
Andrew Surman: The 33-year-old is also one of the group left over from Bournemouth's promotion season in 2015 and is expected to move on after being a stalwart servant to the club for six years.
Simon Francis: The 35-year-old is sagame66 another who took the team up in 2015 but is set to move on to allow younger players to come to the fore.
Artur Boruc: Surprisingly handed another year-long deal last summer but has not played a game this season and is also set to leave on a free transfer.
Brad Smith: The 26-year-old left-back returns from a loan at Cardiff at the same time as his Bournemouth deal expires and is expected to be available
Beram Kayal: The 31-year-old has been on loan at Championship side Charlton this season and is likely to leave Brighton for good when his contract ends this summer.
Ezequiel Schelotto: The 30-year-old Italian has made only seven Premier League appearances this season since returning from a loan at Chievo in the first half of 2019. Difficult to see him forcing his way back into Graham Potter's plans.