From Kolo Toure to Nicolas Anelka, there are six stars who have played for Liverpool and Arsenal.
There are a few talented exceptions to the rule that not many stars have lined up for both Liverpool and Arsenal.
This Sunday, Liverpool will face Arsenal in what is still one of the most exciting Premier League matches of all time, although few stars have played for both clubs, with a few exceptions.
The Premier League returns on Saturday, and fans will be treated to the match that has produced more goals than any other, when Liverpool takes on Arsenal.
The newest chapter in their illustrious history is fascinating, as Liverpool were defeated for the first time before the international break, whereas Arsenal had not lost since August.
Over the international break, Liverpool suffered a slew of injuries and could be without a number of first-team players, including Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, who could start against his former club.
There aren’t many stars that have worn the shirts of both Arsenal and Liverpool, but there is a select group of players who have represented both Premier League powerhouses.
Six Liverpool and Arsenal players are profiled in this article by Express Sport…
Arsenal bought Jermaine Pennant for £2 million from Notts County when he was 15 years old, a record amount for a trainee at the time.
Before Cesc Fabregas and Jack Wilshere surpassed him as Arsenal’s youngest ever debutant, Pennant was disgruntled by a lack of playing time at Highbury.
Liverpool took a chance on the star and paid £6.7 million to bring him to Anfield after four loan spells and a permanent move to Birmingham City. It appeared to be a decent buy as he scored a screamer in a 2-0 win over Chelsea.
Pennant’s form varied, and his failure to maintain consistency cost him his career, and he retired in 2017 after a season with Billericay Town.
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Kolo Toure had a fantastic playing career, but one of Arsene Wenger’s best deals was signing him for £150,000 after a short-term trial in 2002.
Before joining to Manchester City in 2009, Toure made 225 Premier League appearances for Arsenal over seven years, including being a member of their invincibles squad in 2003-04. “Brinkwire News Summary.”