The list of players scheduled to be released this summer by all 20 Premier League clubs has been revealed, with Manchester City captain Fernandinho a surprise inclusion.
The 36-year-old lifted the Premier League title with the Cityzens in May, as Pep Guardiola's side reclaimed the crown they lost to a dominant Liverpool side during 2019/20.
The Brazilian wasn't so lucky in the Champions League final, though, instead watching on as Premier League rivals Chelsea triumphed in Porto with a 1-0 win over City, courtesy of Kai Havertz's goal late in the first half.
There is still time for him to pen a new contract at the Etihad Stadium as it's not uncommon for players to agree new terms before their deals actually expire - usually on 30 June.
There are, however, a number of other high profile departures that have already been confirmed. Fernandinho's City teammate Sergio Aguero is among those heading for pastures new - he's already joined Barcelona on a two-year deal - while international colleague David Luiz is also on the hunt for a new club after Arsenal announced he would leave north London.
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Veteran goalkeeper Willy Caballero is another international star leaving the capital, as he heads for the exit door at Chelsea, and he's joined by Manchester United shot-stopper Sergio Romero, who had been frozen out at Old Trafford over the past 12 months.
There's also a fresh start for Danny Rose, who is leaving Tottenham, and Ryan Bertrand, formerly of Southampton.
Below is the name of every player set for release.
2020/21 release list in full
Brighton & Hove Albion
Marco van Ginkel
Kevin Gonzalez Quintero
Patrick van Aanholt
Ryan De Havilland
Oliver Michael Bosworth
Arnau Puigmal Martinez
Taylor, Max Taylor
West Bromwich Albion
West Ham United