Clubs across Europe will already be assessing potential targets for the 2021/22 campaign, while monitoring players who are nearing the end of their current contracts.
Most players’ futures are likely to be decided at the end of the season – when clubs have a better idea about their plans for next season.
But while some players look set to put pen to paper, others will inevitably move on.
There are plenty of talented players who face uncertain futures and look set to switch clubs in the coming months, including international stars, Premier League winners and experienced operators.
We’ve put together a starting XI of Premier League players who will be out of contract this summer after looking at every position – here’s who makes the list.
1. GK: Tom Heaton (Aston Villa)
After a lengthy spell on the sidelines due to a cruciate ligament Injury, the 35-year-old shot stopper has now found himself behind Emiliano Martínez at Villa Park.
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2. RB: Joel Ward (Crystal Palace)
Despite a couple of injury setbacks, the 31-year-old has been Palace's first-choice right-back for most of the season. He is one of several players who will be out of contract at Selhurst Park.
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3. CB: David Luiz (Arsenal)
The Brazilian, 34, was handed an extra 12 months on his deal last summer and has been a first-choice option when fit this season. Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has recently claimed Luiz remains a positive influence in the dressing room.
4. CB: Thiago Silva (Chelsea)
It's been widely reported that Silva, 36, will sign a new deal at Stamford Bridge. The Brazilian centre-back has impressed since moving to England, yet there remains some uncertainty over next season.
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