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Terry, Walcott, Carrick and Van Persie available in 2016 as deals expire

The transfer window is open and the ESPN FC crew look at the possible ins and outs in the Premier League.

The summer transfer market is already being shaped by players whose previous clubs proved unable or unwilling to keep them when their contracts were expiring.

Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Didier Drogba, James Milner, Danny Ings and Glen Johnson have all moved on this summer and the window next year will be no different.

As a host of players enter the final year of their deals, coveted footballers can find themselves in an even more enviable position when they are able to enter the market without...

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AC Milan make breakthrough with Bacca joining and deadwood leaving

AC Milan are reportedly close to confirming the signing of Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca.

It may have taken them longer than it should but it finally appears as though Milan are identifying the problems in their squad and addressing them.

It has been a busy week in the transfer market, with good moves being made both in terms of signings and letting players go. From Nigel De Jong signing a contract extension to the arrival of Andrea Bertolacci, the Rossoneri have been smart so far and it is reported that Sevilla striker Carlos Bacca will arrive sooner rather than later.

While those...

 By David Usher

Brendan Rodgers has no excuses for failure at Liverpool if he gets his men

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Liverpool can reach a top four spot in the Premier League to return to the UEFA Champions League.

The expected appointments of Sean O'Driscoll and Pepijn Lijnders to Liverpool's coaching staff have hardly set supporters' pulses racing but it's further evidence the club's owners are giving Brendan Rodgers every opportunity to succeed next season by doing things his way.

There was a suspicion when assistant manager Colin Pascoe and first-team coach Mike Marsh were sent packing that Rodgers was on shaky ground and that replacements may be foisted upon him by those above.

The most widely held view...

 By Chris Wright

Watford coach Quique Sanchez Flores to sing with Elton John after survival

Quique Sanchez Flores is the man charged with keeping Watford in the Premier League this season.

He's only been in the job for a couple of weeks but new Watford head coach Quique Sanchez Flores has wasted no time in making a bold wager concerning his newly promoted side's survival chances next season.

Flores, 50, admitted at his official unveiling on Tuesday that he is a massive fan of Watford's most famous supporter (and honorary life president) Elton John and vowed to serenade the world with one of the pop icon's tunes if he successfully manages to keep the Hornets in the Premier League.


 By Chris Wright

NYCFC perform Pirlo U-turn after his profile appears on their website

While Andrea Pirlo's imminent transfer from Juventus to New York City FC will come as a surprise to nobody, it would appear that the protracted move is still only 99.9999 percent complete.

A ripple of "DONE DEAL" rumours spread early on Wednesday morning after the MLS club posted Pirlo's player profile on their official website, complete with a photo of the Italian  in his new sky blue colours.

However, it would appear that the gun had been jumped slightly as mere minutes later NYCFC performed...

Top 5 transfers in Europe: Martinez, Mandzukic, Imbula, Kondogbia, Castro

The ESPN FC experts discuss Carlos Bacca's possible transfer from Sevilla to AC MIlan, where Alejandro Moreno believes Bacca will be impressive at Milan.

If there's one thing we can be sure of in this summer's transfer window, it's that the Premier League will continue to be the epicentre of big business. The recent transfer of Dimitri Payet from Marseille to West Ham, for example, showed how uneven the playing field is, with a star leaving one of Europe's biggest traditional names for a reported salary of £65,000-a-week that the French giants couldn't dream of paying.

Yet there's plenty going on elsewhere in Europe. Italy is the biggest spender...