The starting eleven with no contract in 2020
With the current season almost over, clubs are already preparing to form their squads next year and among those efforts is the renewal of some players.
There are those who finish their contract in 2020, so they could try to leave their clubs at a fairly low price if they do not formalize a new contract, which could shake up the summer market.
The starting eleven of players who finish their contract in 2020
David de Gea (Manchester United)
The Manchester United goalkeeper will be one of the most sought-after goalkeepers on the market. His renewal could be very expensive for the English team, so his departure seems quite likely. PSG is already looking to buy the player.
Thomas Meunier (PSG)
The Belgian full-back has rotated in the Tuchel system this season. However, the Parisians prefer to reinforce other positions, so he could end up renewing unless a good offer arrives.
Thiago Silva (PSG)
Another one from the French giants. The centre-back is still the undisputed starter but he is now 34 years old. No information has yet been reported about a possible contract renewal, so his future is unknown.
Giorgio Chiellini (Juventus)
The Juventus legend is also well into his thirties. His renewal is also a secret,, although he remains one of the essential pieces of the 'Vecchia Signora'.
Raphael Guerreiro (BVB)
The Portuguese has had a good campaign in Borussia. From the bench or as a first-team player, he has always done what he was asked to do, and with his additions he has created a lot of danger for his opponents.
Luka Modric (Real Madrid)
After rumours of his departure last year, the Croatian will remain in Madrid until the end of his contract. Zidane wants to count on him, but at 33 he could be a good sale for the Spanish team.
Christian Eriksen (Tottenham)
The Danish may be one of the summer's dramatic transfers. The Spurs player has been linked to Real Madrid and the English could be looking to get a cut before he leaves for free.
Blaise Matuidi (Juventus)
After coming from PSG he became Juventus muscle. After two seasons and one season ahead, his renewal is a mystery, although the Turin team has no one to replace him with at the moment.
Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
Sometimes in, sometimes out. Rashford's future on the United has been on the wire on more than one occasion. The big ones are raffling it off and I could ask a lot of red devils for its renewal.
Timo Werner (RB Leipzig)
Although his contract ends in 2020, everything seems to indicate that he could leave this summer. In fact, the club is already looking for a replacement for next season. Bayern could be his destiny.
Eden Hazard (Chelsea)
He has yet to play in the final of the Europa League, but the club itself has essentially confirmed the player's departure. Real Madrid is his most likely destination. The question is, will he leave with a title?