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The 10 most valuable Premier League stars with contracts expiring in 2024

The Premier League is home to some of the best players in the world and stars from Newcastle, Arsenal and Manchester United are all among the most valuable players who are out of contract in 2024.

Plenty of players are happy enough to run down their contracts in the hope of reviving a hefty signing-on bonus when they sign for their next club on a free transfer.

We’ve had a closer look at some of the Premier League stars who are out of contract in 2024 and have gathered the 10 players with the highest transfer value according to Transfermarkt.

10. Andre Gomes

We wouldn’t blame you for forgetting the existence of the Portuguese midfielder, who is now finally in the final year of his big-money contract with Everton. He’s yet to play a minute of football for Sean Dyche’s side this season and has been tipped to leave for Turkey before the Super Lig transfer window closes. 

Transfermarkt valuations can be perplexing at the best of times, and here’s a prime example that has us scratching our heads. They value Gomes at £13.7million, which sees him sneak into this list ahead of players like Thiago Alcantara, Joel Matip and Anthony Martial. We’re not sure about that one. 

9. Tosin Adarabioyo

According to Football Insider, Tottenham are already weighing up a swoop for the Fulham defender in January with his contract at Craven Cottage set to expire in 2024.

The 25-year-old defender is valued at £13.7million and an exit in January looks more than likely. Having already rejected a renewal offer from Fulham, a January sale seems to be on the cards.

8. Josh Brownhill

The Burnley midfielder enjoyed a fabulous season last time around as he played a vital role in the Clarets promotion push. Brownhill scored seven goals and produced eight assists as Burnley made light work of the Championship.

Now back in the Premier League, Brownhill’s opportunities have been a bit more limited. Vincent Kompany’s preferred midfield duo has consisted of Josh Cullen and new signing Sander Berge.

With the 27-year-old’s contract set to come to an end at the end of the season, he might be considering his options for the future. He is currently valued at £15.4million and has attracted interest from Championship clubs.

7. Lloyd Kelly

Both Liverpool and Tottenham were linked with Kelly in the summer, but a move didn’t materialise in the end. The left-sided centre-half is currently valued at £15.4million and Andoni Iraola would be sad to see him moved on.

“There have been different interests for different players, from different categories,” Iraola told reporters when asked about Tottenham’s interest.

“There are different interests here in all the deals, but we cannot rush it. For me, Lloyd right now, is my player. I appreciate it I think he’s a very good player and I hope he continues with us.”

6. Victor Lindelof

While the Swedish defender is out of contract at the end of the season, United have the option to extend his deal by a further year so they won’t be sweating about losing the defender just yet.

Given the injuries to Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane, there’s every chance that Lindelof will get a run in the starting 11. He currently holds a market value of £15.4million, which is around half of what United originally spent on him.

5. Eric Dier

Ange Postecoglou hasn’t wasted any time in impacting things at Tottenham and several former starters already seem surplus to requirements.

Spurs had looked to offload Dier in the summer, but a move didn’t materialise in the end. The 29-year-old is yet to feature under Postecoglou and an exit in 2024 seems more than likely. These days he is valued at £15.4million.

England's Eric Dier talks to Spain's Sergio Ramos during their UEFA Nations League match at Estadio Benito Villamarin, Seville, October 2018.

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4. Pablo Fornals

The West Ham playmaker is valued at £18.9million and faces an interesting decision soon with his deal with the Hammers set to expire at the end of the season.

“He’s no longer the key man that he was for Moyes,” Journalist Paul Brown told Give Me Sport. “But I don’t think Moyes would allow him to go unless it was a deal that was too good to turn down.

“I think he’s still got a role to play for West Ham this season, and I’m not sure that the manager would want to weaken his squad without being able to bring someone in as a replacement.”

3. Aaron Wan-Bissaka

Like Lindelof, United do have the option to extend Wan-Bissaka’s deal by an extra year and tie him down until 2025. The right-back has done a good job to win his starting spot back under Ten Hag.

Diogo Dalot was the preferred option at right-back upon Ten Hag’s arrival, but Wan-Bissaka has since proven his worth. The 25-year-old is currently valued at £21.4million and is likely to pen a contract extension.

2. Jorginho

The Italian midfielder only joined Arsenal last summer, but the exit talk surrounding the 31-year-old has been rife. Despite links to Spain and Turkey, Jorginho’s agent has insisted that he is happy in North London.

“He will stay at Arsenal. He is happy to be in England. Let’s move on,” Joao Santos told TuttoMercatoWeb. Jorginho is currently valued at £21.4million and will soon weigh up his options for the future.

1. Tomas Soucek

Coming in with a transfer value of £30million, Soucek is the most valuable Premier League star who is out of contract in 2024. According to TEAMtalk, the Hammers have offered the 28-year-old a new long-term contract which he is ready to accept.

West Ham will be eager to keep the midfielder around as he has made quite the impact since joining the club back in 2020 from Slavia Prague.

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