Younes Kaboul sees his contract at White Hart Lane expire in the summer - where could he end up?
This summer sees an abundance of Premier League stars currently becoming free agents as their contracts at their respective clubs reach their natural conclusion.
Of course there is still plenty of time in the season for them to earn new deals with their respective clubs - but in a little over a months time they can begin to talk to clubs freely, without needing the permission of their current employers under the Bosman ruling.
So who could Tottenham Hotspur centre back Younes Kaboul sign on the dotted line for --- as the injury prone centre back’s contract expires next summer?
The Italian side are already being linked with a move for the Spurs star - even before his contract expires next summer.
Milan are looking to continue building a team that needs reconstruction - although they have already tied down fellow French international Adil Rami to a deal in January.
So whether they would need a similar player remains to be seen.
We all know that The Toon Army love to employ a Frenchman - and next summer will likely be no different, with Loic Remy expected to arrive.
But they could do with sorting the defence - as Fabricio Coloccini may still decided to head back home to Argentina.
Kaboul would be the perfect replacement.
Claudio Ranieri currently has the experience and talents of Ricardo Carvalho and Eric Abidal to call upon - but neither of those veterans are getting any younger.
The Monegasque club no doubt have the money for such a deal - and if they make an approach he will struggle to say no.
The Toffees are set to lose Johnny Heitinga in the summer - while Sylvain Distin is yet another player who is not getting any younger any faster.
Goodison Park would give him the chance to remain in the Premier League
The French giants are not having it all their own way at the moment - with a string of poor performances leaving them way off the title pace in sixth position.
Next summer they must have a shake up if they are to keep up with the likes of Monaco and PSG - especially at the back.
His wages however may prove a stumbling block.
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