Free Transfer Footballers World XI of 2019

GK: David De Gea

De Gea has been one of the top goalkeepers in the world from a long time now and with the crisis going at Manchester United, it is a big question if the Spaniard will sign a new contract or not. United will do everything possible to make the former Atletico Madrid player stay and stop him in any way leaving on a free.


RB: Antonio Valencia:

The Manchester United right back seems to be out of favour with Ashley Young taking his place in the starting XI. The Ecuadorian was turned into a full back from a winger and in the past few months it hasn’t looked well for the former Wigan Athletic man and it seems United might only extend his contract for a year as of things now.


LB: Nacho Monreal

Unai Emery has had an impressive start to his first Arsenal campaign and has managed to instill some belief in the Gunners fans. Monreal has been seen played more than often and even though at the age of 33 when his contract is expiring this season, Emery has shown the desire to make Monreal stay for a longer period.


CB: Toby Alderweireld:

The Belgian is arguably one of the best defenders in the Premier league. He was heavily linked to a move to Manchester United last summer but the move didn’t materialize. With his contract expiring at the end of the season, Spurs will be hoping to make him stay despite of the interests all around England for his signature.


CB: Diego Godin

Godin has been a rock and a true leader for Atletico Madrid all these years. The Uruguayan is a legend at the Spanish club but there are growing concerns with a new contract not been signed or his current contract not extended. He might soon sign it or we might as well see him at one of the top European clubs next season.


CM: Adrien Rabiot

The French midfielder currently with Paris Saint Germain (PSG) was strongly linked to a move to Barcelona last summer to replace Andres Iniesta. The move didn’t take place and luckily for PSG, they have one of the best young talents at their disposal. Rabiot doesn’t look keen on signing a new contract and it is very much possible that one of the top clubs around Europe gets his signature before the end of this season.


CM: Cesc Fabregas

The Spaniard is one of the most technically sound midfielders in the Premier league but with age, Cesc has found it difficult to get regular game time. The former Barcelona player has struggled to get more games under his belt under Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea. His contract expires at the end of the season and it is rumored that he might get a new contract offer only if there is an agreement of a wage cut.

CM: Aaron Ramsey

The Welshman has been a great player for Arsenal over the past few years and it comes as a big surprise to hear that he will not be offered a new contract before the end of the season. Ramsey is surely available next season and it is interesting to see the war to get his signature amongst the different clubs around Europe and the Premier league.


RW: Arjen Robben

Robben has arguably one of the sweetest left foots in the football world. Having turned 34 years old already, Robben’s football career is nearing to an end sooner or later. He will surely not be a regular starter at Bayern and it is highly unlikely that he will like to stay if it is that way and probably seek a move away at the end of the season.


LW: Anthony Martial

After it was rumored that there is a rift between Anthony Martial and Jose Mourinho early in the season, it is clear now that both the personnel are on good terms with the Frenchman back in very good from. Martial is surely one of the best young talents in the world right now and it is necessary for United that he signs a new contract soon before it expires at the end of the season.


ST: Daniel Sturridge

The English striker has been seen more on the bench these days at Liverpool and rightly so with the form in which Liverpool’s front three are in. This will be a hurdle for Sturridge’s career as he would love to play regularly and with his contract expiring soon, it is difficult to see the former Chelsea man at Anfield the next season.