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Barclays Premier League News: Players whose contracts expire in 2014 summer. Many big names are there including Vidic and Lampard.

Premier League players whose contracts expire in the coming summer. 



Saido Berahino
West Bromwich Striker has scored 6 goals in 9 appearances for the English side. The Burundi born player has also featured for England under 21 level four times, scoring 6 goals.

Frank Lampard
Chelsea legend Lampard signed a one year contract last year, but this time it is doubtful that whether he will be offered a contract or not at Chelsea. The English man is now 35 year old, let’s see what will happen.

Dimitar Berbatov
The former Manchester United striker will also be out of contract next summer. Recently Fulham appointed René Meulensteen.

Joleon Lescott
The former Everton defender is reaching its end at Manchester City. He is usually found on bench, he may be wishing to leave the side in order to play regular football.

Michael Carrick
The 32 year may be moving away from Manchester United as his contract expires next summer. Many clubs will be monitoring his situation regarding the future at Old Trafford.

Johnny Heitinga
Another good defender who will also be out of contract next year. According to reports no negotiations between the player and Everton have been decided.

Sebastian Larsson
If Sunderland get relegated this season then Larsson will leave the club as free agent. Sunderland is on 20th position and is not improving. Larsson is good and not too old, he is 28. Many teams will be interested in him at the end of season.

Bacary Sagna
Arsenal defender is also present in this list. Arsene Wenger is finding a right back who can fill Sagna’s shoes. Arsenal may not offer him a new contract if they signed his replacement.

Nemanja Vidic
Another Manchester United player Vidic, an injury prone defender might be leaving Old Trafford as a free agent. If he improves his fitness then United may give him a contract. 


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