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As October's release draws closer, more information around Fifa 22 is being released.
And with the transfer window now closed, some players have been revealed via Dexerto who will be available to sign on a free transfer when setting up your career mode.
With the summer window now slammed shut, its good to think ahead and see who could improve the squad of the team you've already pinned your aspirations of glory on.
Having been let go by Bournemouth, Jack Wilshere is a name that stands out on the list. Dennis Wise - what a job he's got by the way - has taken him over to the picturesque setting of Serie B side Como so the player can train. The 29-year-old has also been linked with Leeds United and romantically a return to Bolton Wanderers where he spent some time on loan early in his career and will definitely still possess some ability on the game.
Serge Aurier is another name who could be a shrewd acquisition. He has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Everton in the past few weeks after mutually agreeing to terminate his at Tottenham. Another player entering his prime years at 28-years-old and a solid right back option should you need one.
Elsewhere, Franck Ribery who found himself a club last week joining newly promoted Salernitana. Now at 38, he has been saying he's still got plenty to prove on gaining another year playing in Serie A. His stats won't be as good as his Champions League winning days at Bayern Munich obviously, but you know he will still have that match winning spark that could make him a romantic signing for your save.
Need a bit of style and calmness at the back? Well David Luiz is available after his time at Arsenal came to an end during the summer. The Brazilian has actually been linked with joining Ribery in Salerno. He can also operate in defensive midfield and step up to take a dead ball.
Finally, former Newcastle man Hatem Ben Afra is another man available. Similar to Ribery, he is getting on in age but at 34 will still give you some flair and trickery going forward. He played 24 times for Bordeaux last season in Ligue 1.
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