Where is Leon Osman now?
After a 16-year career in the Premier League, former Everton midfielder Leon Osman retired from playing when he was released by the club at the end of the 2015/2016 season.
Coming through the ranks at Everton, Osman made 352 Premier League appearances for the club breaking David Unsworth’s record number of appearances in 2013.
Although he never won any silverware during his time at the club, he won an FA Cup runners-up medal in 2009 and he also won two England international caps.
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Upon retiring from playing, Osman took a short while out of the game before carving a new career as a football pundit and analyst.
He is now a regular guest on Sky Sports News show ‘Premier League Daily’ as well as featuring on the radio for the BBC World Service and Radio City in Liverpool.
Osman has also represented Everton in an ambassadorial role.
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Leon Osman: Premier League Statistics
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