Nobody wants to sign them? 10 soccer stars who are still without a team
Another legend who is without a team is Dani Alves. At 38 years of age, the player with the most titles in the history of this sport (42 in total) does not think about retirement.
His goal is to have as much prominence as possible to play the Qatar 2022 World Cup with Brazil.
Clubs from Brazil and Mexico are aware of their situation.
As Europe’s pass market opens, teams manage their squad for the season that is about to begin; through the purchase, sale and transfer of players.
However, there are big football stars who are still without a team, given that their contract ended on June 30 and they are waiting for the most convenient offer to give continuity to their career. Here we present them:
After seven seasons with Juventus, Paulo Dybala will face a new destination, possibly in Italy. At first there was talk of Inter Milan, then roma; although there is nothing concrete.
Wearing the Bianconeri shirt, the Argentine striker scored 115 goals in 293 official matches.
In addition, he won 12 titles; among them, five Scudettos.
Signed in the 2017/18 season, as Neymar’s replacement, Ousmane Dembélé’s stay in Barcelona was marked by injuries; being the second most expensive signing in the history of the club.
The French winger could land in the Premier League (Chelsea, Liverpool or Manchester United) or the Bundesliga, with Bayern.
Meanwhile, the Barça entity is willing to renew it, but downward.
At 27 years of age, Alessio Romagnoli could still wear the captain’s ribbon with AC Milan, or wear the Roma shirt.
At the time, there was talk of Barcelona as a possible destination. Its future is unknown.
Without a doubt, Luis Suárez is one of the best strikers of the decade.
However, age begins to take its toll. In his last season with Atletico Madrid he posted the worst numbers of his entire career in Europe.
River Plate was pushing to sign the Uruguayan striker, but the deal was broken with elimination in the knockout stages of the Copa Libertadores.
And speaking of Uruguayan gunners, Edinson Cavani is another excellent market opportunity. He is also coming off a season with low records, but his scoring ability is unquestionable.
Boca Juniors was willing to sign him, but their intention is to continue in European football.
Nine years ago, Real Madrid signed one of the most promising Spanish midfielders of the time: Isco Alarcón.
In his first five seasons he did not disappoint, he was a vital piece in the conquests of the white team; but his career fell apart in 2018.
With five Champions League in his palmares, the Malaga native could continue his career in LaLiga, with Real Betis or Sevilla. Rome is still on the lookout.
With 148 goals in 397 games, Dries Mertens leaves as the top scorer in Napoli’s history.
In nine seasons with the Parthenopean team he won two Coppa Italia titles and one Super Cup. Olympique Marseille could keep the services of the Belgian winger.
Another player who could strengthen the Marseille team is Matías Vecino.
With 127 games, 13 goals and three titles, the Uruguayan midfielder hopes to continue competing at the highest level to play the World Cup in Qatar 2022. There is also talk of Valencia.
Like a legend, this is how Marcelo said goodbye to Real Madrid.
In 16 seasons in the white shirt he won 25 titles, including six Leagues and five Champions Leagues. This makes him the most successful footballer in the club’s history.
The Spanish press reports on a possible interest of Real Valladolid, a team chaired by Ronaldo Nazario.