Coady has developed into a top centre-back and a leader since leaving Liverpool for Wolves in 2015 no dice Manchester City – Phil Foden (contract expires in June 2020)In the next two seasons, several important City stars have contracts running out. Vincent Kompany, Fernandinho, David Silva, and Ilkay Gundogan could all leave, but the most important thing for manager Pep Guardiola is not losing wonderkid Foden. With Jadon Sancho already proving himself away from the club, letting the 18-year-old midfielder go would be a mistake of epic proportions. shining Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? Brighton and Hove Albion – Mat Ryan (contract expires in June 2022)Okay, he’s got plenty of time left on his deal, but with reports Manchester United are sniffing around, then it might be worth improving the Australian’s terms. He’s proven to be a quality addition and is deserving of a new contract, especially if it does ward off suitors. Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Ryan Fraser’s excellent form has been a highlight for the Cherries this campaign. Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade REVEALED Huddersfield Town – Mathias ‘Zanka’ Jorgensen (contract expires in June 2020)A real talent at the heart of the Terriers’ defence, it’s going to be tough to hang on to the Dane. The club would be wise to get him on a longer-term deal to avoid losing him for a pittance.Leicester City – Nampalys Mendy (contract expires in June 2020)After a tough start to life with the Foxes, Mendy has returned from a loan spell back with former side Nice and looked a real star. He looks comfortable alongside team-mate Wilfred Ndidi with his positioning and passing allowing James Maddison and others to function in more attacking roles.Liverpool – Georginio Wijnaldum (contract expires in June 2021)It’s likely an extension for James Milner is an urgent matter of business, even if it is just for one more year, but the Dutchman should be the next recipient. A brilliant professional with an excellent work ethic, he’s the perfect successor to Milner himself and already wants to remain at Anfield for the foreseeable future. Bournemouth – Ryan Fraser (contract expires in June 2020)We hate to alarm Cherries fans but one of your top performing players is about to enter the last 18 months of his deal. The stocky creator has excelled this season as Eddie Howe begins an evolution at the Vitality Stadium, scoring three goals and making six others. He’s a key part of a front three with Callum Wilson and David Brooks so signing him up for the long-term would be smart. ADVICE Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’ Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move huge blow REVEALED Sessegnon was central to Fulham’s promotion push last year 13 13 Newcastle United – Jonjo Shelvey (contract expires in June 2020)Still only 26, Shelvey has plenty to offer the Magpies if his contract is extended. If Rafael Benitez is ever given money to improve his forward line, Shelvey is the perfect man to feed them with his mix of defensive play and creativity.Southampton – Charlie Austin (contract expires in June 2020)There aren’t many who deserve new deals with the Saints right now but Austin may well be someone worth keeping around for a little longer. He’s certainly up for the battle and, with his unquestionable spirit, can at least be a guiding light even if he isn’t starting games.Tottenham Hotspur – Christian Eriksen (contract expires in June 2020)Spurs have several stars with contracts needing to be ironed out in the coming months. Toby Alderweireld’s is perhaps not as pressing as it once was with his hamstring injury clearly taking away some of his pace and Jan Vertonghen is set to have a one-year extension activated. So this leaves Eriksen the most pressing matter. Without the Dane, Spurs lack creativity and losing him permanently would require an exceptional midfield signing to replace him. 13 Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Rice’s rise to prominence has been remarkable MONEY Argentine ace Pereyra has been in fine form West Ham United – Declan Rice (contract expires in June 2019)This is a no-brainer. That the versatile youngster’s situation hasn’t been sorted yet reflects badly on the Hammers. His excellent displays should have been well rewarded long ago and his consistency makes a mockery of those who haven’t improved his current terms. Monreal has been a key player for Arsenal since moving to north London in 2013 Manchester United – David De Gea (contract expires in June 2019)Unless reports suggesting the Red Devils will replace an exiting De Gea with Atletico Madrid’s Jan Oblak are true, De Gea must be made to sign a new contract, no matter what he takes. If it wasn’t for the Spaniard the club would be in a worse state than they currently are. 13 Crystal Palace – Luka Milivojevic (contract expires in June 2020)The Serbian midfielder has proven to be an inspired signing since joining from Olympiakos in January 2017. He’s now captain thanks to his leadership on the pitch, while his accuracy from the penalty spot has won the Eagles many points. He’s only got a year and a half left on his current deal and at 27 years old this would be the perfect time to extend his time at Selhurst Park.Everton – Michael Keane (contract expires in June 2020)Rather sensibly, the Toffees have most of their priorities in order when it comes to contracts, leaving us without much choice. Given Keane’s return to form he’s perhaps the most deserving of new terms for the Toffees right now, although youngster Tom Davies, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Seamus Coleman, and Jonjoe Kenny will all vie for a deal.Fulham – Ryan Sessegnon (contract expires in June 2020)The 18-year-old may not quite be adapting to the Premier League as they had imagined after his excellent Championship form, but Sessegnon is young and has huge potential. Interest in the player may be on the wane, so now could be the perfect time to hand him a pen to sign a nice new contract. BEST OF 13 Latest Football Stories Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars 13 Foden has the potential to be one of the best in the world 13 13 Eriksen is reportedly wanted by some of Europe’s top clubs, including Real Madrid Arsenal – Nacho Monreal (contract expires in June 2019)The experienced Spaniard hasn’t been able to get too many games under his belt this campaign due to injuries but he’s a valuable asset for the Gunners and even if an extension only gives him an extra year it would be extremely valuable to have a leader like Monreal stick around while manager Unai Emery continues to change the squad up at the Emirates. Wijnaldum scored a brilliant header to help the Reds beat Spurs 2-1 at Wembley Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won RANKED 13 Mat Ryan joined Brighton from Valencia in 2017 De Gea has been named Man United’s Player of the Year four times in the last five seasons Wolverhampton Wanderers – Conor Coady (contract expires in June 2021)Don’t be fooled, Wolves’ success in the last two years hasn’t just been down to their Portuguese dealings. Coady has been masterful at the back for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side. Even Alan Shearer reckons he should be getting an England call-up so it’s vitally important the club reward his good performances. Burnley – Robbie Brady (contract expires in June 2022)Giving a new deal to someone just back from injury might be risky but the Irishman is more than likely to offer the Clarets some serious improvement as he returns to fitness. If Burnley let his contract go too close to expiration they could lose a talented player for peanuts.Cardiff City – Aron Gunnarsson (contract expires in June 2019)He penned a one-year extension in the summer and many felt he might not cope with the jump up to Premier League football. He’s done well as the Bluebirds battle for survival though, especially when you consider he was thrown straight into action after a long-term injury.Chelsea – Eden Hazard (contract expires in June 2020)This won’t surprise too many people. The Belgium will continually be linked with a move to Real Madrid until his future is committed to the Blues. Hazard is 27 years old and is no doubt looking for the major payday his talent demands. If he does get offered the terms he wants, Hazard may well sign and become a bona fide legend at Stamford Bridge. Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card REPLY In recent weeks, several high profile Premier League stars have signed new contracts with their current clubs.Dele Alli at Tottenham and Raheem Sterling at Manchester City are the best examples, earning new deals thanks to outstanding form over the last few years. Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions 13 13 Hazard has been in scintillating form for Chelsea this season Manchester City star Raheem Sterling now earns around £300,000 a week. 13 13 Watford – Roberto Pereyra (contract expires in June 2021)The Argentine has been a real success story this season. An injury curtailed his first season after a promising start and last year he was still acclimatising to Premier League. Now he’s proving his talent and despite having two-and-a-half years left on his current deal the Hornets might need to improve his terms to keep hold of him. But which one player at every top-fight club should get a contract extension like Alli and Sterling?Here talkSPORT.com looks at the stars who deserve new deals whether it be down to performances, potential, their current one expiring, or even just to help provide experience and excellent depth.Find out who we’ve picked below…
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