Man Utd legend Phil Neville watches his team play

A squad of free agents with Premier League title winners’ medals, including Villa and Everton goals – Football365

Aston Villa, Everton and Fulham are all closely linked members of this free agent XI with previous experience of winning Premier League titles.

GOALMAN: David De Gea
Just as disastrous as Man Utd handled it
, the conclusion was both correct and much too late. De Gea’s more than a decade transition to his successor could have meant the Spaniard playing a smaller role to promote a seamless handover, but the clean break should ultimately suit all parties.

Andre Onana, who is now expected to take up the gauntlet at Old Trafford, will arrive with certainty about his position in the pecking order. Man Utd can properly enter a new era. De Gea avoids the shame of sitting on the bench as he embraces the next phase of his career. Although he would probably welcome a little more varied interest than unnamed Saudi clubs who fumble under his nose wages not much higher than what he received in the last four of his 12 years with the Red Devils.

RIGHT BACK: Juan Cuadrado
“At the moment I still have the passion and I like to compete. Besides, Ronaldo is down there and he doesn’t want me!” said Cuadrado last week when he pontificated about a future that does not include a Saudi stay following his release from Juventus.

“I am very relaxed, think about what is best and ask God for help with these decisions. My agent Andrey Martinez was in Europe and just arrived to talk to me about different situations. There are options of course and we will analyze which one is the best,” added the Colombian, hoping there is a club tempted by six league titles he started at Chelsea in 2015.

CENTER HALF: Eliaquim Mangala
It would have taken a brave man to seize the medal that Mangala took home for his efforts ahead of Manchester City’s Invincibles season. The centre-back made nine appearances for Pep Guardiola’s side – eight wins, one draw and five clean sheets – before joining Everton on loan in January 2018. second game.

The former most expensive defender in British football history just wanted to “find a club as soon as possible” in October. He remains a free agent.

It feels like the tide of opinion on Jones turned a long time ago as many accepted his reputation as an inelegant floundering meme lord was baseless as his only crime was to try and prevent the concession of targets by any means necessary .

The 31-year-old was essentially a predecessor to Harry Maguire – a player who was somehow just 13 months his junior – as an extremely dedicated but ultimately flawed defender who seemed to attract mischief and was not suited to the absolute elite -level. But there is undoubtedly still talent to be formed.

READ MORE:Phil Jones gave ‘everything’ to Man Utd and deserves better than memes and ridicule

BACK LEFT: Ashley Young
Everton reportedly offered Young a lucrative contract while Sean Dyche scoured the market for cost-effective, low-blocking ultra-professionals. Luton is also thought to be in the running for a player who may be unlucky enough to have been outgrown by Unai Emery’s upwardly mobile Aston Villa.

It is not through Fulham’s unwillingness that Willian is currently out of work. The Brazilian joined Marco Silva’s newly promoted Cottagers in 2022 on a one-year contract and then swept his entire previous spell in London under the rug, scoring five goals and assisting six to dispel any demons from his Arsenal experience.

The 34-year-old rejected the offer of an extension on terms that were believed not to be a sufficient improvement on the terms he previously signed. But Fulham have come back with something closer to £100,000 a week, which should get back on paper.

It’s quite a phenomenal job for Drinkwater to have been at Man Utd from 2009 to 2012 and Chelsea from 2017 to 2022, but for the English midfielder’s only Premier League title to have won with Leicester. N’Golo Kante carried the 33-year-old to both a title and a £35 million transfer to Stamford Bridge, but the move was an unmitigated disaster.

Drinkwater himself described his post-Leicester career as “a mess”and that ad somehow tempted no one to place a bet on a player who was fired by the Blues for nothing over a year ago.

CENTRAL MIDDLE FIELD: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Not the most durable engine room, this. But at least Oxlade-Chamberlain deserved a fond farewell from Liverpool, who credited his six-year, 146-game and five-trophy contribution to their rise under Jurgen Klopp.

The 29-year-old wisely saved his most current season for the one that saw the Reds finally crowned champions of England again. Oxlade-Chamberlain started 17 Premier League games in 2019/20, his 1,490 minutes helping Liverpool just cross the line with a measly 18 points. Aston Villa would be in the running for a signature that should be in high demand.

LEFT WING: Eden Hazard
“After three complicated years, I just want to spend time with my family, go on vacation, like everyone else. We’ve read a lot of things in the last few days, and a lot of nonsense too,” Hazard said as speculation arose about a possible retirement plan upon his release from Real Madrid a year before his contract expired.

The Belgian added that despite his injury-plagued spell in Spain, he still “felt capable of becoming a professional footballer” but there is no indication of what other path he could take. Inter Miami is an apparent option, presumably until he realizes they have fired Phil Neville.

Inter Miami manager Phil Neville


There was no shortage of effort or aggression from Diego Costa at Wolves, but the cheap mid-1930s tribute act predictably failed to replicate the goal threat he exuded with Chelsea. After considering whether to keep him for a while Julen Lopetegui’s wasteful revolutionthe decision has been made to put Costa back on the market and there are no buyers yet.

CENTER FORWARD: Stevan Jovetic
Unable to prevent Hertha’s relegation from the Bundesliga despite scoring his penalty in the eventual play-off final shoot-out defeat to Eintracht Braunschweig, Jovetic nonetheless made his Florin Raducioiu streak of goals into Europe’s top five. But he misses out on titles in Spain, Italy, Germany and France, only remembering to pick one up outside Serbia during his time at Manchester City.

Bench: Asmir Begovic; Benjamin Mendy; nani; Daniel Sturridge; Loic Remy

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