The summer transfer window may close in four weeks, but free agents can be snapped up at any time throughout the season.
HITC Sport has already taken a look at a former Premier League player who remains a free agent, but now we’re taking a look at XI a European free agent who can secure Premier League moves.
The European XI free player who can secure the moves of the English Premier League
Goalkeeper – Salvatore Sirigu
According to Tuttomercatoweb, the 35-year-old goalkeeper is considering a move to the Turkish Super League with Fenerbahce.
The 28-time Italy international is a free agent after a season with Genoa in Serie A, but the former PSG goalkeeper was unable to stop Il Grifone from relegating to Serie B.
Sirigu was part of the Italian team that won the European Championship last summer and won 13 titles during his time in the French capital.
RB – David Santon
The former Inter Milan and Newcastle United full-back is available after the end of his four-year stay in Rome.
The Italy international has been reunited eight times with Jose Mourinho – the man who gave him his Nerazzurri debut, at the Olympic Stadium, but Santon only made 11 appearances under the Portuguese who took over the Giallorossi last summer.
CB – Dan Axel Zagadou
The former France Under-21 international has been linked with a move to Manchester United following his release from Borussia Dortmund, but following Lisandro Martinez’s arrival at Old Trafford – Eric ten Hag Zagado is unlikely to pursue a collective exit from central defence.
The 23-year-old struggled with injuries during his time at Signal Induna Park and made 91 appearances over five seasons after moving from Paris Saint-Germain.
CB – John Anthony brooks
The 29-year-old USMNT international is looking for a new club after his five-year spell with Wolfsburg is over.
The towering defender has played more than 200 Bundesliga matches under his belt and made 45 appearances for the USA.
LB – Marcelo
Real Madrid’s most capped player ever needs no introduction and the 34-year-old does not lack potential suitors, according to Marca, although the move has yet to come to fruition.
The Brazilian won 25 titles in his 15-and-a-half years with Los Blancos, including five Champions League titles and six La Liga titles.
Marcelo may struggle defensively in the Premier League, but his winning mentality and attacking threat could be an asset to many Premier League teams.
cm – Florian Gretsch
According to the Daily Mail, Brighton & Hove Albion have opened discussions with representatives of Austria, but the Seagulls are said to have withdrawn their interest in the race to sign the former Hoffenheim midfielder.
telegraph She reported that Arsenal had considered signing the 26-year-old but Grealish remains a free agent on the eve of the new season.
cm – Xeka
The Portuguese midfielder is available on the market after four years with French giants Lille.
The 27-year-old made 144 appearances for Les Dogues and was part of the Lille squad led by Christophe Galtier that won the 2020-21 Ligue 1 title.
RM – Dries Mertens
The historic Napoli goalscorer left the club after nine years in Naples after arriving from Eindhoven.
The 35-year-old has scored 148 goals for the Italian giants, and with the World Cup looming just months away, Mertens will be looking for a new club to ensure he is fit and ready for the Qatar national team.
The Belgian, who can play anywhere across the front line, could be a smart addition to any Premier League club who could tempt him to join England.
AM – Isco
Like Marcelo and Gareth Bale, Isco was another big Real Madrid player who left the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
The 30-year-old has been linked with moves to Real Betis, Sevilla and Roma, but the attacking midfield remains a possibility for Premier League clubs.
The 38-time Spain international needs to play for a club where he will get regular minutes and be given the freedom to wave his creative wand in matches.
LM – Christian Tello
The fast-paced former Barcelona driver is seeking a new chapter after a five-year spell with Real Betis and after testing himself in Spain, Italy and Portugal – Tello may be tempted to test himself in the Premier League.
But at the age of 30, the Spain international who would have been a great asset in the English game may be slowly waning in pace.
ST – Andrea Belotti
According to Calciomercato, the former Torino captain appears set to stay in Serie A and join Mourinho’s Roma.
But while a move to the Eternal City has yet to be officially announced, Premier League clubs may try to hijack Mourinho’s deal to sign Belotti, who has scored 106 goals in Serie A during his career.
The Sun reported that West Ham, Everton and Newcastle were interested in signing the 28-year-old Italian.
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