Best XI of free transfers your team can sign TODAY that boasts 26 league titles and 6 Champions League medals in total | The Sun

DEADLINE DAY may be over, but there's still time for your team to nab themselves a bargain.

An incredible XI of free agents can still be signed TODAY, or at any point in the season.

For one reason or another, they have found themselves at a loose end over the summer.

That's despite a number of them boasting stacked CV's.

But with 26 league titles and six Champions league medals between them, it's likely that most of them will be snapped up soon.

Here SunSport take a look at some of the best free agents currently on the market.

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There's only one place to start really – Real Madrid legend Marcelo.

The ex-Los Blancos skipper left the Bernabeu after his contract expired with six league titles and five Champions League medals in tow.

The 34-year-old has not announced his retirement, and appears set to continue playing.

The other player in the XI with a Champions League winners medal is Juan Mata.

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The 34-year-old is available on a free after leaving Manchester United and has reportedly rejected lucrative proposals from the MLS and Saudi Arabia to stay in Europe.

Serial winner Diego Costa, 33, is also up for grabs, having won five league titles, including two Premier League's, earlier in his career.

Another former Prem star who spent the summer as a free agent is ex-Tottenham right-back Serge Aurier.

The 29-year-old has won Ligue 1 twice with Paris Saint-Germain, although he is believed to be on the verge of joining Nottingham Forest after leaving Villarreal.

Fabian Delph, 32, won the Prem twice with Manchester City, and Eliaquim Mangala, 31, won it once, as well as two Portuguese titles and the Belgian title with Standard Liege.

Forer City man Jason Denayer, 27, also has two league titles to his name, one from his time with Celtic and the other with Galatasaray.

Cult hero Hatem Ben Arfa, 35 has won five league titles in his time – all in France, and mostly with Lyon.

None of ex-Chelsea ace Ross Barkley, 28, former Liverpool man Loris Karius, 29, or ex-Burnley winger Aaaron Lennon, 35, have won a league title or the Champions League in their careers.

But the two Englishmen have experienced domestic cup success in their careers.

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And Southampton are currently claimed to be leading the race to snap up Barkley for nothing.

Honourable mentions must go to Daniel Sturridge, 33, Andy Carroll, 33, and Moussa Dembele, 35, all of whom are also currently free agents but did not make the team.

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