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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...

 By Lee Ryder

Newcastle's lack of transfer activity so far is making fans anxious

ESPNFC's Craig Burley tells Alexis Nunes he doesn't know what to expect from new Newcastle boss Steve McClaren due to his patchy managerial record.

Newcastle United are yet to make a breakthrough in the summer transfer market. The frustration of United supporters is there for all to see and read via social media after another week trundled by without the Magpies making any progress.

The transfer window does not officially open until Monday but that hasn't stopped the likes of Liverpool, Southampton, Manchester United, Aston Villa and even newly promoted AFC Bournemouth making their mark in what many expect to be a massive summer of spending.


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Arsenal to lose out on Jackson Martinez as Atletico Madrid close in

ESPN FC's Shaka HIslop and Mark Donaldson assess Atletico Madrid's new striker.

Transfer Talk is back for another day of wheeling and dealing as the rumours and gossip continue to spread...

Gunners lose out on Porto poacher

Arsenal fans may be giddy at the thought of landing Petr Cech, but it will come as no surprise that they are set to lose out in another bidding war for a prolific forward.

Jackson Martinez has long been on the...

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Slaven Bilic and Steve McClaren come with risk for West Ham, Newcastle

ESPNFC's Craig Burley tells Alexis Nunes he doesn't know what to expect from new Newcastle boss Steve McClaren due to his patchy managerial record.
Former West Ham goalkeeper Shaka Hislop gives his reaction to the news that Slaven Bilic has been appointed manager at Upton Park.

It is a common trait for clubs to visit the opposite end of the managerial spectrum to succeed what came before. In turning to Slaven Bilic and Steve McClaren, West Ham and Newcastle have done just that.

To succeed Sam Allardyce, for whom the sense of disengagement between him and fans was mutual, Bilic is remembered as one of West Ham's own, a briefly-burning hero of their chaotic 1990s. Meanwhile McClaren is the outsider, a former manager of North East rivals Middlesbrough who is following...

Moussa Sissoko a heartless disgrace in Newcastle's abject season

The ESPN FC crew talk about the relegation in the Premier League, as Newcastle United survived and Hull City are relegated.

Heroes have been few and far between for Newcastle in what has been a dreadful season on and off the pitch.

A clear-out is needed on the summer and reinforcements must be signed if Newcastle are to avoid another relegation dogfight next term.

Player ratings (1-10; 10=best. Players with fewer than 10 appearances not counted)

GK Tim Krul, 5 -- Once one of the league's most promising goalkeepers, Krul suffered an alarming decline this season. He was dominant but now flaps and his poor kicking seems...

 By Lee Ryder

Misery and woe for Newcastle following abject season

With the Premier League season over, here's a look back at Newcastle's campaign as thoughts turn toward the summer and next season.

Your season in a sentence and final grade: F


It seems like a long time ago, but beating the champions Manchester City 2-0 in their own backyard in the League Cup when Rolando Aarons and Moussa Sissoko netted at the Etihad.

It was a night when everything seemed to come together for Alan Pardew's side, but sadly, they didn't get the luck of the draw in the...