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Several of the Premiership's leading players will be in a position to walk away from their clubs this summer by exploiting a clause in Fifa-adopted European Union law. Article 17 of the regulations for the status and transfer of players allows the likes of Frank Lampard and John Terry to buy out their contracts at Chelsea and then negotiate a move elsewhere.

Twelve players who could buy out contracts

Frank Lampard, Chelsea

Contract: Five years, July 2004

Protected period ends: May 2007

John Terry, Chelsea

Contract: Five years, November 2004

Protected period ends: November 2007

Arjen Robben, Chelsea

Contract: Five years, March 2004

Protected period ends: March 2007

Ricardo Carvalho, Chelsea

Contract: Three years, July 2004

Protected period ends: May 2007

Alan Smith, Manchester Utd

Contract: Five years, May 2004

Protected period ends: Has already ended

Paul Scholes, Manchester Utd

Contract: Two years, August 2005

Protected period ends: May 2007

Ryan Giggs, Manchester Utd

Contract: Two years, summer 2005

Protected period ends: May 2007

Gary Neville, Manchester Utd

Contract: Four years, November 2004

Protected period ends: Has already ended

Freddie Ljungberg, Arsenal

Contract: Four years, July 2005

Protected period ends: May 2007

Gilberto Silva, Arsenal

Contract: Four years, September 2005

Protected period ends: September 2007

Luis Garc?a, Liverpool

Contract: Four years, August 2004

Protected period ends: May 2007

Xabi Alonso, Liverpool

Contract: Five years, August 2004

Protected period ends: May 2007

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http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/sport/2007/ ... count.html

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