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One Player From Each Premier League Club That’s Too Good To Be There

One player that each Premier League club are lucky to have.

Every team has at least one, at whatever level they play at, in whatever league and in whatever country. There are some real stand out stars in the English top flight, and below is a list of every player that Premier League clubs are lucky to have.

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Alexis Sanchez Arsenal

Arsenal – Alexis Sanchez

It’s amazing to think that Barcelona actually let him go. The little Chilean belongs in a team that would be challenging for titles every season, but it’s good to see that he has handled the responsibility of being the focal point of a team with consummate ease.

Jores Okore Aston Villa

Aston Villa – Jores Okore

The young Danish centre-back has only just made his return from a year out with a ligament injury, and his emergence has coincided with a tightening in Villa’s back line. Quick, powerful, intelligent, his work rate and ability to pick out a pass sets him apart from most other defenders.

Danny Ings Burnley

Burnley – Danny Ings

An out and out goalscorer with room to mature. Ings will regularly be in double figures if (when) he eventually moves on from Turf Moor.

Cesc Fabregas

Chelsea – Cesc Fabregas

Ever seen the movie Space Jam? If that happened on football terms rather than basketball, Fabregas would almost definitely be in that team defending the earth.

Mile Jedinak Crystal Palace

Crystal Palace – Mile Jedinak

Jedinak may not be world class, but he is a key lynchpin in Palace’s midfield and is probably being wasted there. Would fit in perfectly at somewhere like Everton.

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