We take a look at the top 50 players likely to change employers this summer.
50. Florent Malouda (Chelsea)
The Chelsea winger was once heralded as one of the finest midfielders in the game but has suffered a demise that means he now no longer even trains with the Chelsea first team. An exit has been mooted for some time but the player’s high wage demands have prevented a deal from going through. Things are unlikely to get easier for the Frenchman following the arrival of the likes of Eden Hazard and Oscar this season and that might be enough to persuade Malouda to finally call it a day on his Blues career. A move to France or Brazil seems most likely.
49. Simon Mignolet (Sunderland)
The Belgian stopper has attracted the interest of a number of clubs after some assured performances in recent seasons. While Mignolet has previously said he is happy to stay at the Stadium of Light, the player recently lost the Belgian number one gloves to Thibault Courtois. Mignolet is keen to regain the position and may be tempted by the offer of a move to a club playing in European competition in order to boost his profile back in his home country. Arsenal are rumoured to be interested in bringing the player to the Emirates to provide competition for Wojciech Szczesny.