Chelsea duo Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard and Arsenal attacker Theo Walcott head the list of players currently available to be approached for a pre-contract agreement with clubs from abroad without consented permission from their parent clubs.
The Gunners’ star has an ongoing contract dispute with his club, with assurances over being played in his preferred central role, rather than on the wing, a key sticking point with manager Arsene Wenger.
Considering their reputations as being among the best players in the world in their positions – in particular the Chelsea left-back – there has been little fanfare over the potential departures from Stamford Bridge of Cole and Lampard.
Cole has been strongly linked with a move to oil-rich Ligue 1 outfit Paris Saint-Germain, to be reunited with one-time Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti, while Lampard is thought to be interesting MLS sides across the Atlantic.
Wigan have 12 contracts set to expire on June 30, most notably striker Franco Di Santo and defender Maynor Figueroa.
At the other end of the scale, Manchester City have just three players with six months left on their current deals: goalkeeper Richard Wright, centre-back Kolo Toure and midfielder Michael Johnson – the last-named not having played for the club since 2009.
Below, Goal.com gives you a club-by-club guide to all of the Premier League players who could become free agents come June 30.
*Club have option of extending for a further season