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Three Deals To Expire

Neville, Hitzlsperger and Mucha's contracts to end this month.

Three Deals To Expire

Thomas Hitzlsperger, Jan Mucha and Phil Neville are the three senior players from Everton included in an official Premier League list of out of contract players.

The contracts of the trio end with Everton later this month.

Mucha, 30, arrived at Everton on a free transfer in the summer of 2010 after previously playing for Legia Warsaw.

The Slovakian was unable to force his way into the starting XI with his playing opportunities coming largely in the League Cup. His most memorable game for the Blues was the clean sheet he kept in this season's 2-0 win over Manchester City.

Hitzlsperger, 31, arrived at Everton in October on a short term deal which was extended to the end of the season in January.

He made a total of nine senior appearances for the Blues, the most recent of which was in the 3-1 win over Reading in early March.

Neville announced in April that he would be leaving and the outgoing skipper was afforded a terrific reception at the final home game of the season against West Ham.

Several young players will also be leaving Everton this summer.

Sam Kelly, 19, leaves after making a handful of appearances for the Under-21s, while Swede Johan Hammar also departs. The defender, 20, spent time on loan at Stockport earlier this season.

Under-18s players Jasper Johns, Tom Molyneux and George Waring will also be departing the Club.


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