These 57 Premier League players are all about to become free agents

Contracts are all set to expire on June 30, with the deals for two Brighton and Hove Albion players set to run out this summer

Clubs across the Premier League have more than 50 players whose contracts are due to expire this summer.

Brighton have two players in their first team squad, while Leon Balogun - who is on loan Wigan - also ends in June.

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The deals for many Premier League players are due to run out on June 30, although there is a degree of uncertainty over that date.

Ezequiel Schelotto of Brighton & Hove Albion

Premier League football across the UK is suspended due to coronavirus and it's unclear when or indeed if the campaign will resume.

Fifa confirmed players who are out of contract at the end of June are allowed to extend until the season ends, if need be.

Here's the full list.

Arsenal - None

Aston Villa - Borja Baston, Keinan Davis

Bournemouth - Ryan Fraser, Jordon Ibe, Charlie Daniels, Andrew Surman, Simon Francis, Artur Boruc, Brad Smith

Brighton - Beram Kayal, Ezequiel Schelotto

Burnley - Aaron Lennon, Jeff Hendrick, Joe Hart, Phil Bardsley, Adam Legzdins

Chelsea - Pedro, Willian, Olivier Giroud, Willy Caballero

Crystal Palace - Stephen Henderson

Everton - Oumar Niasse, Leighton Baines, Cuco Martina, Maarten Stekelenburg

Leicester - Nampalys Mendy, Christian Fuchs, Wes Morgan, Eldin Jakupovic

Liverpool - Adam Lallana, Nathaniel Clyne, Andy Lonergan

Manchester City - David Silva, Claudio Bravo

Manchester United - None

Newcastle - Javier Manquillo, Matty Longstaff, Andy Carroll, Jack Colback, Rob Elliot, Jamie Sterry

Norwich - None

Sheffield United - Ricky Holmes, Leon Clarke, John Lumdstram, Jack Rodwell, Phil Jagielka

Southampton - Shane Long

Tottenham - Jan Vertonghen, Michel Vorm

Watford - Adrian Mariappa, Ben Foster, Heurelho Gomes, Jose Holebas

West Ham - Carlos Sanchez, Pablo Zabaleta

Wolves - John Ruddy, Bright Enobakhare, Phil Ofosu-Ayeh