this a list of some highly rated players who are out of contract with their clubs

GK: David De Gea

The 32-year-old’s contract with Manchester United expired, leaving him without a job right now, but the Red Devils have requested De Gea to wait while they get their act together and determine who they want to start in goal for them next season. In any case, if the former Spain stopper had a ton of offers, that might be a cheekier request. Saudi appears to be his best choice outside of Old Trafford so far.

RB: Reiss Nelson

Although there has been talk of extending the 23-year-old’s contract, nothing has happened from Arsenal despite what appears to be interest from Newcastle. Despite being chosen in front of Matt Doherty, who departed Spurs after a terrible loan at Atletico Madrid, versatile Nelson is performing a commendable job at right-back. It doesn’t appear to have deterred the Saudis, though.

CB: Caglar Soyuncu

Soyuncu takes Doherty’s place. Although there have been rumors of a deal between Atletico and the center-back who left Leicester, nothing has been verified as of yet. Diego Simeone might get a wonderful bargain if he can track down the form that propelled him into the Foxes XI.

CB: Milan Skriniar

On his final day at the San Siro, Milan Skriniar said, “Six seasons full of victories and satisfactions: Milan Skriniar’s adventure with the Inter shirt ends here.” He will next visit PSG.

LB: Jordi Alba

Following Lionel Messi to Florida, the Spain defender might be a part of the Barcelona reunion planned for Inter Miami, possibly together with Luis Suarez and Sergio Busquets.

CM: Ellyes Skhiri

The Tunisian was outstanding for Cologne in the Bundesliga, but it appears that he now has a choice between moving to England (Crystal Palace), Italy (AC Milan), Spain (Sevilla), or France (Lyon).

CM: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

If Jesse Lingard, who is currently practicing with Inter Miami, doesn’t take advantage of an offer from the Saudi Pro League before the former Liverpool midfielder, he might become the first England international to accept a league contract.

RM: Marco Asensio

The former target of Liverpool left Real Madrid with three Champions League medals and the same number of La Liga championships. Asensio is another player who appears headed for PSG, but they are now dealing with their soon-to-be-ex-coach and a striker who may choose to go in the opposite direction if he is willing to accept a pay reduction.

LM: Wilf Zaha

Zaha appears to be holding onto his options after his contract with Palace expires. The winger has the option to extend his contract; the Eagles’ offer is still on the table, but he is also considering a lucrative offer from the Gulf and the opportunity to play in the Champions League with either Roma or Marseille.

CF: Roberto Firmino

After 111 goals in 362 games for the Reds, Firmino’s contract officially expired last week. At the time, it was claimed that the Brazilian had a “full verbal agreement” to join Al Ahli in Saudi Arabia.

Are there any we missed?