The Best Premier League Players of All Time

The Premier League has seen many players go through it over the years of its existence. Some of them have been more impressive than others and because of this people have managed to transform these players into games.

But this list is not for those who play card games or play online slots based on these famous players. No, this list is for those who need to be informed about who the all-time best players in the Premier League are and have been. 

Cristiano Ronaldo

Numero uno is, of course, Cristiano Ronaldo. This man has been conquering the minds of all fans for years, and he has been doing the same to their hearts.

Although the handsome face that was immortalized in a statue might not be the most beloved lately, it would be hard to deny that Ronaldo is one of the best players of all time, with some of the most precise free kicks in the world and some of the highest number of goals of all time. 

Paul Scholes

Paul Scholes was the heart, the wall and the main driving engine of United’s midfield for a long time. The man managed to score 100 goals throughout his 499 game appearances and has been an indispensable force in every single game he participated in, earning him the name of the legend that he is today.

He was so valuable, that he was asked to come out of retirement in order to help with a title in 2013, which he did help with. 

Steven Gerrard

Have you ever heard of the Miracle in Istanbul? If not, it is time you started getting educated about Steven Gerrard, the captain of the Anfield side at the time who led his team to a beautiful victory in UEFA Champions League against Milan in this game against Istanbul.

Gerrard is one of the best players of all time and there is no discussion about it, anywhere, ever. 

David Beckham

There is not a single person in the world who has not heard of the name of David Beckham. This handsome faced, weird-voiced man has been one of the most famous players hailing from England. The midfielder crafted his legend playing as the captain of England and Manchester United.

Thierry Henry

Thierry was part of the Arsenal side that remained undefeated throughout every game they played in 2004. Working with the manager at the time has crafted a legend that has never been replicated since.

With an incredible goal rate, Henry managed to score 176 goals in all of his 262 appearances, this legendary Frenchman is someone that needs to always be remembered by those who know what good football is. 

Ryan Giggs

The man who played for Manchester Unitted and scored 109 goals with 62 assists in 632 appearances is, of course, going to be considered one of the best players in the Premier League, of all time.

Performing in the 1990s, Giggs has managed to impress the world by being one of the best players the world has ever seen perform in the Premier League. One of the most dedicated players in the world, he stayed with his club for 22 years and kept reminding the world what good football is. 

Dennis Bergkamp

The Dutchman was part of Arsenal and only Arsenal. Being a full-blooded Gunner meant that he spent the majority of his life in the Golden Age of the club, playing alongside some of the best players in the world such as Henry.

Scoring 87 goals in 315 appearances as a forward has given him the fame that he deserves, but put on top of the other 94 assists he has provided and you will see that he was a highly valued team player with a deserved spot in the history of the league.

Patrick Vieira

Playing for both Arsenal and Manchester city at different times in his life, Patrick managed to become one of the most important midfielders and link up players of all time.

Part of the ‘Invincibles’ ensemble under Wenger, this player was one of the most important parts of the team, a cog in the beautiful legendary machine that was the team at the time. Winning three FA Cups with Vieira was an easy mission for the team, and it has proven him to be one of the best players of all-time in the league. 

Sergio Aguero

The very first season he entered the league with Man City was the very first time he proved himself to be invaluable to the team, by scoring the title-winning goal in the extra injury time that was provided at the end of the match.

This legend still plays for the team and with every passing day is proving that he is one of City’s most important players.

Fernando Torres

Some might say that we should not be talking about Torres in the context of the Premier League, but the truth is, we don’t care. This player spent three seasons with Liverpool and managed to turn the team’s game around by performing not just admirably, but exceptionally through each game.

Torres and Gerard playing together, managed to create one of the League’s best pair-ups at the time, which is what earns him the name of one of the best of all time, in our minds.