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Fantasy AnalysisThe striker will return to Togo to sort out family issues. He has only played three times in the Premier League since November.
Fantasy AnalysisFlanagan would have been out of a contract this summer, but continues to deal with a knee injury. He is expected to be out of action for another six months due to an operation on the injury and missed the entire season. Manager Brendan Rodgers is confident the defender will recover.
Fantasy AnalysisEvans did not have the most consistent season and started just 14 matches in the season. His current contract expires in a year, and no new discussions have begun about a new one. He would likely be a player United sells this summer versus being allowed to leave on a free transfer, if no discussions take place.
Fantasy AnalysisEverton had their share of troubles in the first part of the season, but were able to regroup in the second half. The captain said the personal awards were nice, but he would rather be fighting with the team for a spot in the European tournaments for next season.
Fantasy AnalysisFabregas would have missed the season-finale Sunday against Sunderland, as well as the first two matches of next season, but the reduction will allow him to start the next term on time.
Fantasy AnalysisArsenal proposed a £10 million transfer for the goalkeeper. The move may be ideal for the veteran, who is already settled in London and wouldn't have to make a major move. He is currently dealing with a small neck issue, but could return to the final match of the season.
Fantasy AnalysisThe Italian side is hopeful of completing a three-year contract, though the midfielder may be interested in a longer contract. Torre is expected to announce his intention to leave Manchester City this week.
Fantasy AnalysisSinclair has been at Villa since January, and signed a four-year agreement with the team. He has made 11 appearances for the side in that time.
Fantasy AnalysisManchester City is hoping to keep the veteran midfielder with the team as interest grows in his services. His current contract expires at the end of the season, but this new offer is understood to be for four years.