Newcastle United's Jack Colback during the pre-season friendly match at Deepdale, Preston. ©️ FourFourTwo

Now with transfer window is closed for this summer, take a look at the players who remained with their clubs for this season. Let’s see who were the unlucky ones for this season.

1. Marcos Rojo – Manchester United

Rojo is the first one in our list for this season as he can be considered as one of the unluckiest players of the season. He was almost signed by Everton but he was keen to join the club. But Manchester United manager confirmed that he will be retained and he is not going anywhere.

2. Jack Colback ( New Castle )

Jack Colback is the second in the list to not change the club this season. Sunderland was interested in him but New Castle held back Jack for this season and didn’t let him go.

3. Dimitri Foulquier ( Watford )

Dimitri has been retained once again by the Watford club for this summer and this is now for the straight third year. He didn’t play even a single game in the past two seasons. But it was this summer that he got an opportunity to take the field last week against Hornets.

4. Henri Saivet ( New Castle )

Henri Saivet has played just eight matches after joining New Castle in January 2016. His last game for the New Castle club was on 23rd December 2017 against West Hampshire and after that, he has been warming up the benches for the club since then.

He still has an agreement with New Castle of two years more and he will be serving them for the next two years before he could move to a different club.

5. Matt Macey ( Arsenal )

Matt Macey is recognised as the longest-serving player of Arsenal. Now, he is 24 years old and time is running out for him as at this stage of his career he must be playing regular football but has been warming benches for years now.

He is the third choice backup for Arsenal’s Goal Keeper and he will be waiting in the wings as they have quality Goal Keepers already in their ranks.

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