So the season is over, which means it’s transfer time. The world transfer market chock-full of big transfers with even bigger transfer fees. However, in the current market, there are still a few bargains to be had. A few big names have contracts expiring at the end of this month, and will be available on bosman free transfers for other clubs to snap up for nothing. So who’s out there? These are a few of my observations, but there is another transfer discussion where you can find out other people's thoughts too! Aaron’s Italian Adventure One big free that’s already been snapped up is Aaron Ramsey, who is leaving Europa League runners-up Arsenal for Serie A champions Juventus. He’ll be swapping the red of Arsenal for the black and white stripes of the Old Lady (yeah, it’s an odd nickname), and swapping the Europa League for the Champions League. Oh, and he’s also reportedly getting a massive pay rise too. Good enough for some, isn’t it? He’s probably not the only one that’ll be donning a new shirt next season though. As every club releases a new shirt every season, it feels like the shirts are becoming more frequent and more expensive. However, through My Favourite Voucher Codes, you can get the very best offers on a whole range of sportswear from places such as Sports Direct, just like next season’s must-have kits. So will you be like Aaron this summer in getting a new strip, or will you decide to stick to the same old same old? Sturridge’s Swansong After five-and-a-half seasons at Anfield, it looks like Daniel Sturridge’s time at Liverpool is over. His contract expires this summer, and with Roberto Firmino and Divock Origi ahead of him in the striker stakes, he will be looking for first team football next season. However, leaving the club after winning the Champions League will be a good send-off for a player who, when fit and in form, is one of the best natural finishers in England. With Sturridge having Birmingham roots, all things are pointing to Sturridge returning to the Midlands now that Aston Villa have returned to the Premier League. Sturridge will be remembered fondly by all Liverpool fans though, where he scored some great goals over the years. Welbeck’s Way Back Another English striker called Daniel who is talented but has been down on his luck with injuries. It was announced that Danny Welbeck’s Arsenal contract wasn’t being renewed before the final game of Arsenal’s Premier League season, and, if he can get fit, he can be an asset to any Premier League attack. With Auba and Lacazette leading the Gunners front line and players like Joe Willock coming through the youth ranks, you can see why they made the decision to part with the former Man Utd attacker. Cahill’s Comeback Gary Cahill has somewhat become a forgotten man at Chelsea in the past season, with Maurizio Sarri not fancying him, instead picking Luiz, Rudiger and Christensen ahead of him. Being 33 years old, he has a great amount of experience that could greatly benefit any side in the bottom half of the Premier League. The former England international, who joined Chelsea from Bolton in 2012, could return to one of his former clubs in Aston Villa, Sheffield United or Burnley. All are plausible options, who would appreciate the insight he could bring to the backline.