Premier League: 10 stars that clubs won't want to lose (1)

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With just a few shorts months now remaining until the summer, attentions around the footballing world are already beginning to turn towards the next transfer window.

Although there are plenty of scores still to be settled - including the important matter of a captivating title race - in the Premier League between now and then, media organisations, managers, pundits and fans alike seemingly can't help themselves but to already begin speculating on the next potential blockbuster deals.

As has been noted on several occasions, the 2013/14 top-flight season has been one of the most exciting and unpredictable in recent memory and featured some truly outstanding individual displays.

Unsurprisingly, many of the Premier League's most important players have been linked with moves away from their current employers in recent weeks and here we intend to list 10 stars whose current employers would surely be unwilling to lose their talents and who would in turn be negatively impacted by such a potential loss.

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Just how indispensable do you think these players are to their current teams? Do you think they will move on or stay put beyond the end of the summer?

Any other suggestions of players who could make this list? Let us know...

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