The Premier League has brought and developed some of the best football players in the world and in the history of the game. Some of the greats have played in the Premier League and used it as either a steppingstone or final destination in their career. Today we look a little bit deeper into some of the greatest Premier League signings of all time.
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If we had to say who was the best signing of all time coming to the Premier League, then not many would argue with that of Thierry Henry is the best signing. No one compares in terms of strikers in the Prem with Henry racking up 24 goals and 20 assists in 2002/03 season. He went on to be the best Premier League striker of all time and earnt a big money move to Barcelona in 2006.
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The next signing in which we have to have on this list is that of the teenage sensation Cristiano Ronaldo coming to Manchester United for £17.1 million from Sporting Lisbon. United went on to make £70million profit on him having him being the only player to have won two PFA Player of the Year in a row.
The next signing is a surprising one for this list, but we cannot look past how good the deal was and the achievements that he achieved in such a short period of time. N’Golo Kante joining Leicester City in 2015 from Caen £8.1 million and went to win the Premier League in his first season and then in his second season when he signed for Chelsea for £30 million. An unbelievable bit of scouting from the Leicester scouts.
N’Golo Kante in the Premier League:
🏆 2015/16 Champion
🏆 2016/17 Champion
🏆 PFA Player of the Year
🏆 FWA Footballer of the Year pic.twitter.com/E8stEIWH3u
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