11 stars who have officially left Premier League this summer

11 stars who have officially left Premier League this summer

✨Top 5 leagues

Ilkay Gundogan -> FC Barcelona. The German has gone to Barca to help them advance past the Champions League group stage for the first time in three years.

Harry Kane -> Bayern Munich. The England captain cost Bayern over €100m and is expected to deliver Champions League success (or just any trophy for his own CV's sake).


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain -> Besiktas. The 30-year-old Ox chose Turkey after leaving Liverpool on a free transfer. His Premier League career could've been so much better without injuries.

Fred -> Fenerbahce. As someone on social media said, Fred can never be in between: he alternates between a midfield God and crap. Man United got around £8m for the inconsistent Brazilian.

Wilfried Zaha -> Galatasaray. Zaha is still class so why did he move to Turkey? The reason mentioned in the press is that he wants to taste Champions League nights and Turkey champions Galatasaray are one leg away from reaching the group stage.

🟢Saudi Arabia

Allan Saint-Maximin -> Al Ahli. The Premier League's arguably best dribbler went to Al Ahli who might have the sassiest frontline in the Saudi Pro League and here's why.

Riyan Mahrez -> Al Ahli. The 32-year-old Algerian plays on the opposite side to Saint-Maximin but even this isn't all for Al Ahli.

Roberto Firmino -> Al Ahli. Both ASM and Mahrez are supported by Bobby Firmino who bagged a hat-trick on his debut. And don't forget Edouard Mendy protecting the goal for Al Ahli.

N'Golo Kante -> Al Ittihad. The World Cup winner went to a warmer place where hopefully his injuries are behind him.

Fabinho -> Al Ittihad. Fabinho will form the shield alongside Kante while Karim Benzema has fun up front.

Ruben Neves -> Al Hilal. Despite being only 26 years old, the Portuguese went to Saudi Arabia for around £50m. As for his wages, he says he didn't do it just for money. Neves is also teammates with Kalidou Koulibaly who, however, didn't set the Premier League on fire in his only season there.

Jordan Henderson -> Al Ettifaq. In perhaps the most controversial move this summer due to his former LGBT ties, the former Liverpool captain joined Steven Gerrard in Saudi Arabia. He's already led his new team to a comeback against Cristiano Ronaldo's Al Nassr, although the Portuguese skipped the game.