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Dates to Remember: When Every Brighton & Hove Albion Player's Contract Is Due to Expire

With Brighton and Hove Albion virtually safe in the Premier League, it's the time of year to start thinking about certain players' futures at the club. 

11 players in the squad have a year or less remaining on their current contracts, and decisions will soon need to be made on if they will be offered renewals or if their future lies elsewhere. 

The hectic summer transfer window is about to open, and the club will already have plans for both incomings and outgoings during the window. 

Here is a reminder of when all first team players on the books of the club are contracted to...

1. Expiring June 30th 2018

Tim Krul (GK) - The 30-year-old joined on a free transfer from Newcastle United in September 2017, but has only made appearances in the FA and Carabao Cup this season. 

Niki Mäenpää (GK) - As with Krul, Maenpaa has failed to make a league appearance this season, making one appearance in both the FA and Carabao Cup. 

Uwe Hunemeier (CB) - Is not expected to renew his contract after managing only a 17-minute cameo in the league this season.

Liam Rosinior (LB) - The 33-year-old has not played a Premier League game since September, and is not expected to sign a new contract. 

Steve Sidwell (MF) - Sidwell signed a new one-year contract with the Seagulls last summer, but has missed all of the season through a back injury. 

Rohan Ince* (MF) - The 25-year-old has spent the season on loan at League One side Bury. 

Richie Towell* (MF) - Has also spent the season on loan, plying his trade at Rotherham United. 

2. Expiring June 30th 2019

Gaeten Bong (LB) - The Cameroon international has been a regular selection at left-back this season, and signed an 18-month extension to his deal in February. 

Bruno (RB) - The club captain signed a new one-year deal with the club in April, taking his deal to June 2019.

Biram Kayal (MF) - Joined Brighton in January 2015, and extended his deal in November 2016 by signing a new two-and-a-half year deal which runs until 2019.

Jiri Skalak (MF) - Has failed to make a Premier League appearance this season, and still has one year to run on his current deal. 

Glenn Murray (FW) - The 34-year-old striker signed a two-and-a-half year deal last January after a successful loan spell. He's been an important player for Brighton this season, scoring 12 Premier League goals. 

Tomer Hemed (FW) - Signed a contract extension in November 2017, but has failed to make much of an impact in the Premier League, and has found himself dropped from the squad in recent weeks. 

Oliver Norwood* (CM) - Joined Fulham on loan last summer, and will be hoping to have a impact on his return next season. 

3. Expiring June 30th 2020

Conor Goldson (CB) - Made headlines when he returned from heart surgery to score in the FA Cup earlier in the season. Will be hoping he can force himself into the Premier League starting 11 next season. 

Markus Suttner (LB) - Signed a three year contract when he joined in the summer, but has found himself in and out of the Premier League squad this season. 

Ezequiel Schelotto (RB) - Also signed a three-year contract in the summer when joining from Sporting CP. He's made 18 Premier League appearances this season. 

Ales Mateju (RB) - Was another arrival of summer 2017, the 21-year-old has mostly been plying his trade with the club's Under-23 team this season. 

Solly March (MF) - Has been with Brighton since 2013, and signed a four-year contract in October 2016. Has played a part in all but two Premier League games this season. 

Sam Baldock (FW) - The striker signed a new three-year contract last summer, but has found first team appearances hard to come by after an early season injury. 

Mathias Norman* (MF) - Signed last summer, but has spent the season on loan at Danish club Molde FK. The 21-year-old will be hoping to impress on his return next season.

Soufyan Ahannach* (MF) - Was also another summer recruit, and has spent the last six months on loan to Dutch club Sparta Rotterdam. 

4. Expiring June 30th 2021

Shane Duffy (CB) - The Irish defender has started all but one Premier League games this season. He signed a new contract last summer, keeping him at the Amex until 2021. 

Davy Propper (MF) - Signed a four-year contract when he joined from Dutch club PSV last summer, and has been one of Chris Houghton's first choices in midfield this season. 

Pascal Groß (MF) - Was Brighton's first signing of last summer, and has been an influential attacking midfielder for the team - so much so that the club are likely to want to extend his deal to ward off any interest. 

Dale Stephens (MF) - Has been at Brighton since January 2014, and signed a new four-year deal last May.

Jose Izquierdo (MF) - Joined the Seagulls from Club Brugge in summer 2017, and has made an impact, scoring five goals whilst registering four assists in the Premier League. 

Christian Walton* (GK) - The young goalkeeper has spent the season on loan at Wigan, and could be one for the future for Chris Houghton's men. 

5. Expiring June 30th 2022

Mathew Ryan (GK) - The Australian stopper signed a five-year contract when joining from Valencia in the summer, and has been first choice in between the sticks this season. 

Lewis Dunk (CB) - Dunk has spent his entire career at Brighton, and signed a new five-year contract last August. He has impressed in his debut Premier League season, but the long contract means that Brighton will be asking for a high fee if they were to consider selling. 

Anthony Knockaert (MF) - The ex-Leicester winger signed a five-year deal in August last year, after picking up the Championship player of the year award for the 16/17 season. He has three goals and one assist in the Premier League this season. 

Jurgen Locadia (FW) - The club's record signing, he signed a four-year deal when signing from Dutch club PSV in January. The striker has been in and out of the team since his move, but will be hoping to establish himself next season in what will be his first full Premier League season.

*Indicated that the player has been out on loan during the 2017/18 season.