Players currently out on loan not included, data according to iSports API.
Arsenal: Emiliano Martinez
The Argentine goalkeeper, currently on international duty for the first time in eight years, has never been closer to the number one slot at Arsenal.
Having made his debut for the club way back in 2012, Martinez has since gone on six different loan spells. Now, at 27, he’s the Gunners’ cup keeper for the season.
Chelsea: Cesar Azpilicueta
Mister Reliable himself. Azpilicueta is a rare long-serving player at Stamford Bridge.
The club captain has won two Premier League titles and two Europa League titles since his arrival from Marseille in 2012.
Liverpool: Jordan Henderson
Signed in the summer of 2011 when Kenny Dalglish was in charge of the club, Henderson came with a big price tag and lofty expectations.
The midfielder has gone on to replace Steven Gerrard as captain and lifted the Champions League trophy in June – not bad!
Manchester City: David Silva
An absolute magician with four Premier League titles to his name.
Now in his final season with the club, Silva is a bonafide legend not just for Manchester City but in Premier League football.
Manchester United: Phil Jones
Yep, Phil Jones, who joined from Blackburn in 2011 and has a contract at Old Trafford until 2023.
Doesn’t that just sum up the malaise at Manchester United?
Tottenham: Danny Rose
Signed by Martin Jol in 2007 – yes, 2007! – Rose had to wait a while to make his mark at Spurs.
He made it, though, and did so in style, scoring a screamer against Arsenal on his debut in 2010. The left-back has been a regular under Mauricio Pochettino.
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