5 greatest one-club men in football right now

Abhinav Anand

#3 Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur)

Tottenham Hotspur v Vitesse: Group A - UEFA Europa Conference League
Tottenham Hotspur v Vitesse: Group A - UEFA Europa Conference League

Harry Kane seemed set to leave Tottenham Hotspur this summer as Manchester City circled around the superstar.

Regarded by many as the best striker in the world, Kane is the pride of Tottenham Hotspur. The England international is a product of the club's academy and has made 352 appearances in all competitions for the club. He has scored 228 goals and provided 51 assists for Spurs.

Harry Kane has just one goal in 10 Premier League appearances this season 😬

Kane has won the Premier League Golden Boot thrice and the Premier League Playmaker of the Season once. The 28-year old was reportedly extremely interested in joining Manchester City this summer. The striker has endured a quiet start to the season after missing out on his dream move.

#2 Sergio Busquets (Barcelona)

FC Barcelona v Granada CF - La Liga Santander
FC Barcelona v Granada CF - La Liga Santander

Arguably the greatest defensive midfielder to have played the game, Sergio Busquets has enjoyed incredible success at the highest level.

Busquets is a product of Barcelona's famed La Masia academy. The Spain international has played a pivotal role for both Barcelona and his country over the years. He has won eight La Liga titles, three Champions League trophies, a World Cup and an European Championship across his storied career.

The 33-year old is not renowned for his physical play. Busquets is a highly intelligent footballer who has made his name as an excellent reader of the game. Technically gifted and highly valued by his teammates, Busquets currently captains both Barcelona and the Spanish national team.

#1 Thomas Muller (Bayern Munich)

FC Bayern München v Dinamo Kiev: Group E - UEFA Champions League
FC Bayern München v Dinamo Kiev: Group E - UEFA Champions League

The Raumdeuter continues to be a highly effective footballer, confusing opponents with his unorthodox style of play.

Thomas Muller is a unique footballer. He is not aesthetically pleasing to watch, but is one of the best players in world football. An incredibly versatile forward, the Germany international has made 599 appearances in all competitions for Bayern Munich. He has scored 220 goals and provided an astonishing 230 assists.

🎩 Thomas Muller has now moved outright as the top assister (8) in Europe's top 5 leagues this season, clear of Karim Benzema, Mo Salah and Paul Pogba (all 7)

An excellent reader of space, Muller has perfected the art of being in the right place at the right time. He does not boast physicality, but Muller's technical prowess and reading of the game have helped him become one of Bayern Munich's greatest ever.

Also Read: 5 players who deserve more opportunities at Chelsea

PREV 2 / 2
Edited by Parimal

Quick Links:

More from Sportskeeda
Fetching more content...
Article image

Go to article
App download animated image Get the free App now