Where is Louis Saha now?
After a distinguished career which included spells at six different Premier League clubs, Louis Saha retired from playing in 2013 after a short spell playing in Serie A with Lazio.
During his illustrious playing career, he won a number of trophies including the Premier League twice and the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United and also the Coppa Italia with Lazio.
Internationally, he represented France at various age levels and went onto win 22 caps for the senior side.
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Upon retiring from playing, Saha wrote a book called Thinking Inside the Box which he admits was a therapeutic way of getting over the disappointment of his final playing days which were overshadowed by injuries.
After receiving positive reviews about his book and wishing to extend it to a bigger platform Saha launched social network Axis Stars in 2014.
The site is aimed at professional sports stars, musicians and actors to give them a place where they can chat about lifestyle, insurance, finance, physical therapists, sponsorship and other career-related matters.
Aside from his work with Axis Stars, Saha has also worked as a consultant with the Stellar Group agency which looks for potential professional players in France.
He has also worked in the broadcasting industry as a match pundit for a number of networks including Sky Sports and ITV as well as the film industry where he was executive producer on the 2015 film N.O.L.A Circus.
Louis Saha: Premier League Statistics
|Premier League Teams Played for||Everton, Fulham, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Sunderland, Tottenham Hotspur|
Statistics courtesy of www.premierleague.com