9 Players Who Have Won the Premier League With More Than One Club

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Manchester City's Italian manager Roberto Mancini (C) celebrates with Argentinian striker Carlos Tevez (L) on the pitch after their 3-2 victory over Queens Park Rangers in the English Premier League football match between Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers at The Etihad stadium in Manchester, north-west England on May 13, 2012. Manchester City won the game 3-2 to secure their first title since 1968. This is the first time that the Premier league title has been decided on goal-difference, Manchester City and Manchester United both finishing on 89 points. AFP PHOTO/PAUL ELLIS

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Winning the Premier League title is often regarded as the pinnacle of most professional footballers' careers. It is arguably the hardest domestic league title to win, and shouldn't be of any surprise that only some of the best have managed to win it twice.


However, a select group of players have won it with more than a club. A combination of talent and luck is required to achieve such a unique statistic against your name. 


Here are the nine players who have won a Premier League winners medal with two different clubs:

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9. Henning Berg (Blackburn Rovers and Manchester United)

Henning Berg is currently the manager of Videoton FC, who play in the Hungarian League. A playing career that spanned from 1988 to 2004, he played for Manchester United, Blackburn Rovers, and Rangers, among other teams.


In 1993, he joined Blackburn and was one of their best players in their title-winning 1994/95 season. Under Kenny Dalglish, his performances improved and he eventually moved to Manchester United for a fee of £5 million.


He was initially a starter in his debut season with United but went down the pecking order as Sir Alex Ferguson recruited the services of Jaap Stam. The defender however, did play a part in Manchester United's historic treble and won a second Premier League medal. 


He eventually won another league title with the Red Devils in the next season. 

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8. Nicolas Anelka (Arsenal and Chelsea)

Nicolas Anelka is arguably the greatest nomad in the history of football. He has played for twelve clubs, with his career taking him to Europe, China, and India. With a huge aggregate transfer cost, it comes to no surprise that the man has tasted success quite a few times.


He moved to Arsenal at the age of just 17 in 1997, but only managed to break into the first team a year later when Ian Wright suffered an injury. 


He eventually became one of their key players as the Gunners achieved the double by winning both the FA Cup and the Premier League.


10 years on and a number of clubs later, he arrived at Chelsea. He quickly formed a formidable strike partnership with Didier Drogba, despite often being employed on the wing. 


The 2009/10 season saw him suffer an injury but he was still one of their key players during the campaign. He scored twice against Wigan on the final day as the Blues celebrated a historic title win.

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7. Ashley Cole (Arsenal and Chelsea)

Ashley Cole made his debut for Arsenal at the age of 18 in 1999. Having been at the club since his childhood, it was tremendous for the club to see one of their own make the step up. 


He lifted the Premier League twice as he cemented himself as a first-choice for both club and country.


His reputation quickly grew and attracted interested far and wide. He eventually moved to Chelsea after a controversial transfer saga, and it was here where he made a name for himself.  

Cole went on to become arguably one of the greatest left-backs in all of Europe and was feared by opposition everywhere.


During his time with the Blues, he tasted a lot of success, but his crowning glory came after the Premier League win in 2009/10 as Carlo Ancelotti's side secured the double.

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6. Gael Clichy (Arsenal and Manchester City)

Gael Clichy's abilities were noticed by Arsene Wenger at a young age when the full-back was playing at Cannes. After visiting his household, Clichy was convinced to move to England and quickly became a starter. 


He won a title with the great Invincibles squad, breaking a unique record of becoming the youngest player to win a Premier League medal.


He moved to Manchester Ciy for a fee of £7 million in 2011, at a time when he was one of the best full-backs in England. He started City's crucial game against QPR in 2012, when Aguero scored a historic goal to win them the title. 


The Frenchman picked up his second Premier League winners medal and was awarded a new contract. A title race ensued between Liverpool and City in 2014, but Clichy's side won the trophy again on the final day.

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5. Kolo Toure (Arsenal and Manchester City)

The Ivorian centre-back currently plays in Scotland for Celtic. The towering defender spent nine years at Arsenal where he garnered a positive reputation for himself. He arrived at Arsenal for cheap and fans didn't know what to expect of him as he was extremely versatile. 


Having joined the club in 2002, he lifted the Premier League title with the 'Invincibles' squad. It was a truly memorable experience for the defender, despite not having cemented his position in the starting XI. He eventually did go on to become a fan favourite at the club. 


Arsenal made a tremendous profit on his sale to Manchester City, as the Citizens paid £14 million for him. He was later joined by his brother as they won the Premier League under Roberto Mancini.

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4. Carlos Tevez (Manchester United and Manchester City)

Carlos Tevez moved to Manchester United under controversial circumstances, with the entire issue over ownership blowing up during his time at West Ham. He was at the club for just two years but was part of some of the best attacking football ever seen in the league.


He won the Premier League twice along with other accolades which ensured that the player would go on to have an extremely illustrious career with the Red Devils. However, he then decided to make the switch to cross-town neighbours City, ruining his image in the eyes of the United faithful.


He moved for a massive fee which showcased his ability at the time. It was an incredible move from a marketing perspective as well, with the player's reputation doing wonders for the stature of the club. 


Despite a controversy riddled title-winning season under Roberto Mancini, Tevez played in their crucial final home game and picked up another Premier League winners medal.

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3. Robert Huth (Chelsea and Leicester City)

Robert Huth moved to Chelsea in 2001, at the age of 17. The German also made his debut during the season. However, injuries limited his performances and the new signings didn't help his cause. The resurgence of Chelsea as a powerful financial force meant that players like Ricardo Carvalho were preferred over him.


Lack of first-team chances meant that the towering centre-back moved to Middlesbrough after he won two Premier League medals under Jose Mourinho. 


He spent three years at the club until he moved to Stoke City. After six years spent there, he moved on loan to Leicester City and the deal eventually became permanent. 


With Claudio Ranieri at the helm, the club had a fairytale campaign as they lifted the Premier League trophy when no one expected them too.

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2. Mark Schwarzer (Chelsea and Leicester City)

Mark Schwarzer is arguably the unlikeliest of players to hold the most incredible statistic in the Premier League. He is the only player to have won back-to-back titles with two different Premier League clubs. 


Many consider him to be a lucky charm and actually consider him as an option for reasons apart from his skill as a goalkeeper. 


He joined Chelsea in 2013 on a free transfer and went on to become the oldest player to ever put on a Chelsea jersey. The player didn't make a single appearance but was given a replica winner's medal for his contributions.


He moved to Leicester City in the next season, as cover for first-choice Kasper Schmeichel. He made no league appearances for the club and was ineligible for a winners medal but instantly gained a lot of media traction.

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1. N'Golo Kante (Leicester City and Chelsea)

N'Golo Kante has been a revelation for Antonio Conte's Chelsea this season. The player has had a tremendous impact on their title run-in, which has seen him win a number of individual awards, including the PFA Player of the Year award.


He moved to Leicester from French side Caen, and became one of the most impressive players at the club, alongside Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. 


An incredible season followed as Leicester City turned dreams into reality. Their Premier League victory was one of the most incredible wins in the history of football and the player was lauded for his individual performances. 


After a successful season, he became the only key player to make the switch as he moved to Chelsea. Claudio Ranieri's team were heavily affected by his departure while the Blues seemed to be in cruise control with their new addition. 


Following his team's 1-0 win over West Bromwich Albion, Kante became only the second player to win Premier League titles in back-to-back seasons and added himself to this list as well.

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