Here are some of the greatest German players ever played in Premier League
Germany is a powerhouse of goalscoring beasts. We have seen some great German players scoring in the Premier League. But who is the best of them? Let’s see.
Best German players in Premier League
Karl-Heinz Riedle: Riddle is the all-time best German players to appear in the Premier League. He won the 1990 World Cup with Germany and the 1997 UCL with BVB.
Uwe Rosler: A £500k deal by Southampton was a significant price tag for one of the Premier League’s best ever German players.
Leroy Sane: The explosive speed and pace of Sane made him a terrifying rival for defenders. Sane was named as the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2017/18 season.
Lukas Podolski: According to Arsene Wenger, Podolski was the ‘best finisher’ he has ever seen. He had a great pace with a significant acceleration in his initial years.
Jurgen Klinsmann: Klinsmann was easily and strongly loved by all fans of Tottenham. Klinsmann is considered the greatest German footballers in premier league history by some experts.
Mesut Ozil: Ozil is a fast, flexible, versatile, and skilled player with strong dribbling ability. Mesut Ozil has been named “assist-king” because of his technical skill and offensive ability as a playmaker.
Michael Ballack: Ballack was one of the finest of his generation who was quite aggressively respected with outstanding leadership qualities. His game’s technicality was incredibly high.
Dietmar Hamann: Hamann is famous as one of the top German players in Premier League history. Dietmar Hamann won two FA Cup trophies in 2001 and 2006 as well as two League Cup titles in 2001 and 2003.
Ilkay Gundogan: Gundogan is portrayed as “a smart and perfect midfielder with various abilities” by Jurgen Klopp. He has displayed his versatile attributes, including his perception, technical ability, analytical skills, and agility.
Antonio Rudiger: The winner of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League, Antonio Rudiger is one of the best defenders in the world. He is a tough tackler and has always commanding presence in the air.