Which players could you get for a bargain price if football did Black Friday?

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Black Friday offers a great chance to pick up a few value purchases, but what if the Premier League offered a transfer market equivalent and opened the window for one day?

Well, we reckon there'd be bargains galore. Here are a handful of those we think might go for pennies were they available this Black Friday.

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez - Buy one get one free!

Leicester City's Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy - (Nigel French/PA)
(Nigel French/PA)

Come and buy these two while the value is low. Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez looked a £100 million pairing last season, with 41 Premier League goals between them, but how things have changed: the duo have scored just four times in the league so far this year.

The pair just aren't linking up, however, this year and as a result their value has dropped substantially. Leicester sit two points above the relegation zone and new signings are showing both Vardy and Mahrez up.

Arsenal were rumoured to be lining up bids for both men in the summer but a winter deal might see substantial reductions at this rate.

Claudio Bravo - Big savings!

Manchester City's Claudio Bravo concedes a goal in the Champions League - (Martin Meissner/AP)
(Martin Meissner/AP)

The Chilean 'keeper was brought in for his ability with the ball at his feet but it seems he's put his worst foot forward at present.

Major errors have come against Manchester United and Barcelona, and with the season less than a third over, he's failed to convince. Manchester City sit third in the Premier League but you wouldn't put Bravo anywhere near the league's top three goalies.

City paid around £15 million for him, although we suspect they'd accept a swap for an English goalkeeper living in Italy, if anyone's got one...

Paul Pogba - Will accept Juventus store credit

Manchester United's Paul Pogba - (Dave Howarth/EMPICS Sport)
(Dave Howarth/EMPICS Sport)

The former Manchester United midfielder returned from Juventus to Old Trafford for a world record £89 million in the summer but has failed to justify anything near that price tag so far.

Just two Premier League goals and no assists so far from the Frenchman, and United sit sixth, a full six points off the Champions League places.

Gareth Barry's scored two Premier League goals this season for Everton and he was free. Just saying.

John Terry - Vintage piece

Chelsea defender John Terry and former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho - (Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)
(Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)

With 19 seasons of Premier League football, John Terry has had plenty of use and could be ready to find a new home.

After four Premier League titles, five FA Cups and a Champions League winner's medal, Terry has not exactly fallen out of favour at Stamford Bridge, but with Antonio Conte's system starting to bear fruit, it's unlikely the Blues legend will get much playing time this season.

Available at a decent price, Terry could make a lovely vintage piece elsewhere in the Premier League.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan - Barely used!

Manchester United winger Henrikh Mkhitaryan - (Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)
(Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport)

Now here's a curious item. Henrikh Mkhitaryan was one of the Bundesliga's finest wingers when he joined Manchester United in the summer, but has played a grand total of just 107 minutes in the Premier League this year.

The Armenian scored 18 goals for Borussia Dortmund in 2015/16 but won't be scoring any goals from the bench - it's a bit of a mystery why Jose Mourinho won't use him.

But, hey, the mileage is low and maybe Mourinho is looking to get some resale value on Mkhitaryan in January.