Nottingham Forest will revamp their attack this summer after suffering on goal last season and being among the worst scorers in the championship.
Only Derby County scored fewer points, adding to a disappointing campaign for the Reds, who ended up in the lower half of the championship.
But boss Chris Hughton is eager to spice up his attack to make sure they’re better equipped to kick off a boost of promotion.
With Anthony Knockaert returning to Fulham and Sammy Ameobi sacked, the Reds have room to add more players to the roster.
Here we take a look at the Premier League wingers available for free transfer this summer.
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Robbie Brady (Burnley)
Played 20 games for the Clarets in the Premier League last season but was deemed redundant at the end of the season.
His only goal of the campaign came in a 1-1 draw against Everton in December.
Christian Atsu (Newcastle United)
Only played once for the Toon this season and was previously associated with Forest.
He is now a free agent and includes Porto, Everton and Chelsea as some of his former clubs.
Yannick Bolasie (Everton)
It is unlikely that there will be a shortage of applicants following his release by Everton and that time has been loaned to Middlesbrough at the start of the season.
He has scored three goals and made four assists in his 15 appearances and has certainly caught the eye.
Was a fan favorite too.
Nick Clayton-Phillips (West Brom)
Spent time on loan at Solihull Moors but struggled to influence, playing his only game in a 4-1 loss to Sutton United.
The U23 winger is now looking for a new club.
Kamil Grosicki (West Brom)
Needs no introduction to Nottingham Forest fans as they have been linked with a move to the club last year.
Was linked with a return to Poland but can imagine his chances of staying in England and is now available for a free transfer.
Helped West Brom win promotion to the Premier League but was a minor sideline when the Baggies were relegated from the top division.
Jose Izquierdo (Brighton)
Brighton cost £ 16m to sign from Club Brugge in 2017 and has made a total of 48 league games during his time on the coast.
During that time he scored five goals but only played once that season, resulting in a defeat at Sheffield United.
And even then, it was only an eight-minute cameo from the bench.
Layton Ndukwu (City of Leicester)
The 22-year-old did not appear in the first team for the Foxes and his only taste of Football League action came on loan to Southend in the 19-20 season.
Played seven games for the Shrimpers but they were all on the bench.
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On the subject of matching items
Josh Bowler (Everton)
Released by the Toffees and has been linked with a move to Blackpool.
Didn’t get the mark at Goodison Park but was impressed while on loan at Hull City in the 19-20 campaign.
Charlie Farr (Aston Villa)
Farr has been touted as a promising broad player making his way through the youth ranks.
The teenager is able to play on both sides.
Harlem Hale (crystal palace)
Signed from Southampton in the summer of 2020 and is considered a talented winger who impressed in court.
However, is now a free agent.
Josh Sims (Southampton)
The winger spent much of last season on loan at Doncaster Rovers, scoring three goals in 29 games.
Doncaster has been tied to signing him on a permanent basis while making a particularly impressive impression during his first stint. Rovers fear they won’t be able to match the 24-year-old’s wages.
Andros Townsend (Crystal Palace)
As a seasoned Premier League player, Townsend has shown some impressive performances in the top division.
Had 36 gigs and already had offers from overseas.
“I had a few offers and I will hopefully now – after the end of the season – wait for the Premier League offers,” he said.
“Then I just sit down with my agent and see what is the best offer for me at this point in my career.”
Shilow Tracey (Tottenham)
Spent most of his time on loan in the minor leagues and had a stint at Shrewsbury where he scored four goals in three games in the EFL Trophy.
Finished the remainder of the season at Cambridge United, scoring a goal in a 4-2 loss to Leyton Orient.
But the 23-year-old has no future at Spurs.
Theo Walcott (Everton)
Needs no introduction as I really played for Arsenal, Southampton and Everton.
Is 32 and still has the opportunity to play in the Premier League.
Played 25 times for the Saints last season and scored three goals.