Lanky Togolese centre forward, Emmanuel Adebayor might be available for free very soon as the season comes to an end.
The striker was handed a short deal with Crystal Palace but has failed to give Alan Pardew much reason to keep him around Selhurst Park, scoring just once so far.
He is joined in our attack by Moussa Dembele, a player regarded as one of the brightest prospects in Europe. Fulham have seemingly given up hope of retaining his services and Spurs thought they had a deal agreed with the 19-year-old Frenchman in January only for the move to collapse.
The former Manchester City and Arsenal centre forward seems not to have not done enough to secure a contract extension from the London club. The 32 year old might have to look out again after being unattached in the first half of the season after he left Spurs. He joins the host of African players that might not secure contracts going into next season.
Another African talent is Ivory Coast defender Kolo Toure, brother to City midfielder, Yaya. The Liverpool defender is currently playing some wonderful football under Jurgen Klopp, but is unlikely to get an extension due to his age. Ghana International, Boateng was picked up by AC Milan on a free this season after being dismissed by Schalke due to disciplinary issues. The midfielder has made 14 appearances for Milan, but it looks like he will be playing elsewhere in the coming season based on latest reports.
Also, South African International, Steven Pienaar is having issues with his contract. The Everton midfielder has been riddled with injuries over the past few seasons and this might have been his last campaign in the English Premier League. Then there’s May Mahlangu, who joined Sint-Truiden on a short-term deal earlier this year. Little has been said about whether the South African playmaker will be staying with the club, but it has been suggested that he is set for an exit.