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Free agents 2017: 20 Premier League players out of contract in the summer, including Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool stars Featured

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Wednesday, 03 May 2017 12:55

Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva is back in the first-team fold and in fine form, in what is probably his last season at the club.

The Brazilian has registered an impressive three assists in his last five Premier League appearances, which could be great timing considering he is out of contract in the summer.

Unless Jurgen Klopp’s mind is changed, the 30-year-old’s decade-long stay at Anfield is set to come to an end, putting a number of clubs on red alert.

Good performances now could be the key to a move in the summer – and Lucas is not the only player set to make a big decision about his future come the end of the season.

Meanwhile, John Terry and Chelsea have already confirmed they will part ways once his contract expires in the off-season. The 36-year-old wants to continue playing and there will be no shortage of interested parties.

With the end of the season just weeks away, talkSPORT has taken a look at some of the Premier League players with contracts expiring in the summer - meaning they are able to be snapped up for free.

Starting with Lucas, click the right arrow, above, to see who might be available* soon.

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