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Premier League 2014/15: Best free transfer XI

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Jussi Jaaskelainen

It’s quite surprising West Ham have let veteran Jaaskelainen leave the club, even though he is getting on a bit, as the Hammers’ sub goalkeeper is now Raphael Spiegel.

Maybe the Finnish star wanted more playing time before he retires, as he is 40-years-old.

Micah Richards

Richards has been out on loan at Fiorentina this season with Richards hoping the spell in Italy would resurrect his stalling career, but it didn’t quite go to plan with the former England international managing only 10 appearances for the Florence club.

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Richards is sure to find another club, he would be a good acquisition for most clubs in the top division.

Ron Vlaar

Vlaar is a wanted man, with Manchester United being heavily linked with the Dutchman, Ajax also interested in the free agent and Villa are planning a deal to keep the contract rebel.

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Vlaar wont be without a club for long as he’s sure to be plucked by a club.

Gareth McAuley

The Irish centre-back is free to talk too other clubs, with Leicester being highly interested in the defender.

McAuley has played 24 times in the league this season and Pulis is desperate to keep hold of him with offering him a new deal.

Glen Johnson

Johnson may not be the best defender around the divison but he cannot be that bad having earned 54 caps for England and played 160 times for Liverpool.

The full-back is certain to find a new club whether it be in England or abroad.

Abou Diaby

The midfielder has been plagued by injury throughout his career, but when been fit he has shown what he can be capable of.

The problem is finding a new club for Diaby if he cannot get back to full fitness.

Tom Cleverley

Cleverley enjoyed a successful spell on loan at Aston Villa from Manchester United last term, helping them reach the FA cup final and avoid relegation.

The central midfielder scored three goals for the Villains and was ever-present in the heart of midfield, Cleverley has rumoured to have signed a contract with Everton – it wasn’t long before he got signed up after being released from United.

Joey Barton

To the surprise of many former QPR captain Barton was released by the club, surely the midfielder will be able to find his way back into a Premier League club after showing glimpses of what he can produce last season.

Jonas Gutierrez

You have to feel sorry for Jonas after harshly being released from Newcastle via the phone, scoring the goal that kept the Toon up but told he has no future a week later.

The Argentine will find a club in no time.

Bobby Zamora

Zamora was one of many veterans to leave QPR in the summer as they prepare for life in the Championship, the Englishmen would be a crafty signing for a promoted side as he knows the ins and outs of the Premier League having bags of experience, maybe Bournemouth?

Didier Drogba

The veteran striker has said he wants one final adventure before he bows out of the game deciding to leave Chelsea after his second spell at the West London club.

The question is though where will Drogba be heading in the summer?

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Jussi Jaaskelainen
Tom Cleverley
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Glen Johnson
Joey Barton
Bobby Zamora
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Jonas Gutierrez
Micah Richards
Gareth McAuley
Didier Drogba
Vassiriki Abou Diaby

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