Players from Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and Sunderland also make the cut.
Shirt numbers used to be simple.
A team’s main striker would wear nine, their left winger 11, right-back two… you remember.
Anyway, those days are long gone and now it seems that a player can chose whatever squad number he wants – Mario Balotelli’s 45 and Lazar Markovic’s 50 being fine examples.
We liked it the way it was and, to celebrate a dead tradition, we have created an all-star lineup from this season’s Premier League clubs, only featuring players with numbers one to 11.
1. Hugo Lloris – Tottenham Hotspur
The Frenchman beats off strong competition from Joe Hart, Wojciech Szczesny, Petr Cech and David de Gea. We reckon Thibaut Courtois is the best stopper in the Prem, but he wears unlucky 13.