Premier League clubs reveal their released list: Would you take any of these at Sheffield Wednesday?

John O'Shea has been released by Sunderland
John O'Shea has been released by Sunderland
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The list of players released by last season's Premier League clubs has been revealed, with the usual mix of youngsters and experienced campaigners.

Zlatan Ibrahimovich's departure from Manchester United after one season was confirmed and that was the highest profile name on the list.

Will Buckley spent last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and has now been released by Sunderland

Will Buckley spent last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday and has now been released by Sunderland

Some had already been known with John Terry confirmed as a free agent after leaving Chelsea while Gael Clichy, Jesus Navas, Pablo Zabaleta, Bacary Sagna and Willy Caballero are all among those released by Manchester City.

Elsewhere, Yaya Sanogo has been released by Arsenal while Arouna Kone at Everton and Fraizer Campbell at Crystal Palace have also not been offered new deals.

Sunderland's relegation from the Premier League looks to have prompted a shake-up of their first team squad with Victor Anichebe, Sebastian Larsson, Joleon Lescott, John O'Shea and Steven Pienaar all deemed surplus to requirements as well as Will Buckley who spent last season on loan at Sheffield Wednesday.

Another player who had a loan spell at Wednesday has also been released by his club. Southampton's Wales international Lloyd Isgrove, who made eight appearances towards the end of the 2014/15 season has been released by Southampton.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has not been offered a new deal by Manchester United

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has not been offered a new deal by Manchester United

Isgrove also spent almost a season at Barnsley where he won the Football League Trophy and also helped the Reds to promotion from League One.

Full Premier League released list:

AFC Bournemouth: Callum Buckley, Jake McCarthy, Matthew Neale

Arsenal: Kristopher Da Graca , Stefan O'Connor , Yaya Sanogo

Burnley: Joey Barton, George Green, Christian Hill, Michael Kightly, Taofiq Olomowewe, Richard Pingling

Chelsea: Alex Davey, John Terry

Crystal Palace: Corie Andrews, Kwesi Appiah, Jonathan Benteke, Fraizer Campbell, Luke Croll, Mathieu Flamini, Ezekiel Fryers, Ryan King-Elliott, Joe Ledley, Randell Williams, Ben Wynter

Everton: Jack Bainbridge , Delial Brewster, Michael Donohue, Tyrone Duffus, Russell Griffiths, Connor Hunt, Arouna Kone, Conor McAleny, Josef Yarney, James Yates

Hull City: Alex Bruce, Luke Lofts, Shaun Maloney, Bradley Maslen-Jones, Johan Ter Horst

Leicester City: Michael Cain, David Domej, Brandon Fox, Cedric Kipre, Matthew Miles, Kairo Mitchell, Marcin Wasilewski

Liverpool: Tom Brewitt, Jake Brimmer, Jack Dunn, Toni Gomes, Kane Lewis, Alex Manninger, Adam Phillips

Manchester City: Callum Bullock, Willy Caballero, Gael Clichy, Jesus Navas, Billy O'Brien, Ellis Plummer, Bacary Sagna, Pablo Zabaleta

Manchester United: Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Middlesbrough: Bradley Fewster, Dimitrios Konstantopoulos, Lewis Maloney , Junior Mondal, Josef Wheatley

Southampton: Martin Caceres, Lloyd Isgrove, Cuco Martina, Harley Willard

Stoke City: Daniel Bachmann, Liam Edwards, Shay Given, Harvey Isted, Joel Taylor, George Waring

Sunderland: Victor Anichebe, George Brady, Will Buckley, Dan Case, Jan Kirchhoff, Sebastian Larsson, Carl Lawson, Joleon Lescott, John O'Shea, Oliver Pain, Steven Pienaar

Swansea City: Thomas Dyson, Marvin Emnes, Thomas Holland, Owain Jones, Alex Samuel, Liam Shephard, Gerhard Tremmel, Josh Vickers

Tottenham Hotspur: Filip Lesniak

Watford: Ola Adeyemo, Charlie Bannister, Rene Gilmartin, Juan Fran Moreno, Ogochukwu Obi, Rhyle Ovenden, Mathias Ranegie

West Bromwich Albion: Daniel Barbir, Zach Elbouzedi, Darren Fletcher, Callam Jones, Sebastien Pocognoli, Jack Rose, Andre Wright

West Ham United: Alvaro Arbeloa, Sam Ford, Sam Howes, Kyle Knoyle, Sam Westley