Spaniards around the World: discover how many Spanish players are in the world
The Spanish League has suffered the largest exodus of players in its history. The terrible economic crisis that has plagued the country for many years now, the increasingly abysmal differences between the big two and the rest and the lack of liquidity, have encouraged the Spanish player to seek his future away from the Spanish League, the one that they say is the best in the world but where only two have the stars. Below we show you how many players do their work in tournaments in other countries.
Spanish players in the main European leagues
Premier League (32 players)
Swansea City: Flower Boy, Michu, Pablo Hernández, angel Rangel, White hair, Pozuelo, Jordi Amat and Álvaro Vázquez
Arsenal: Arteta, Ignasi Miquel, Arteta and Nacho Monreal
Chelsea: Fernando Torres, Juan Mata and César Azpilicueta
Manchester City: Jesus Navas, Alvaro Negredo, David Silva and Javi García
Manchester United: David De Gea
Tottenham: Roberto Soldado
Sunderland: Carlos Cuellar
Norwich City: Javier Garrido
West Ham: Adrian San Miguel
Aston Villa: Antonio Luna
Stoke City: Mark Muniesa
Everton: Joel Robles and Gerard Deulofeu
Crystal Palace: Jose Campaña
A series (9)
Juventus: Fernando llorente
Naples: Jose Callejon, Raúl Albiol and Reina
Sampdoria: Pedro Obiang
Fiorentina: Borja Valero, Marcos Alonso and Joaquín
Bayern de Munich: Javi Martínez and Thiago Alcántara
Borussia Monchengladbach: Álvaro Domínguez
Bayern Leverkusen: Andres Palop
Eintracht Frankfurt: Joselu
Portuguese League (5)
Sporting : Diego Capel and Jeffren Suárez
sea shore: Javier Balboa
Arouca: Ivan Balliu
Ligue 1 (1):
Valenciennes: Borja Lopez
Ajax: Bojan Krkic
Players in other lower level championships
Grecia: It is the second tournament with more Spanish players after the Premier. Hasta 30 Spanish players are active in Greece. Most came to the Hellenic country from Second and Second B, but there are also those who were active in the First Division last year. Stand out: Vitolo, Aganzo, David fuster, Torch, Roberto, Miguel Torres placeholder image, Rubén Suárez and Juanlu.
Cyprus: Cyprus with 18 Spanish players is the third place where more professionals born under our borders have decided to continue their careers.
Austria: con 10, it is also one of the leagues most populated by Spanish players. Jonathan Soriano is the most outstanding of all.
Polonia: They also bet on the Spanish player. En concreto, until 6 players born in Spain play in the tournament in that country. Most of them come from subsidiaries.
Rusia: The powerful economically speaking, Russian league, has 5 Spanish players. Jury, Cesar Navas, Ivan Marcano, Zapater and De Albert, demonstrate their qualities in the cold Russian lands.
How many tournaments have Spanish players?
Until in 42 different countries have Spanish players in their championships. Apart from those named in the main tournaments in Europe and in the Leagues that are one notch below, we can find Spanish players in championships as exotic as Moldova, Thailandia, China, Georgia, Honk Kong, Macedonia, Kazakhstan, Qatar or Paraguay among others and in more serious tournaments such as Mexico, Scotland, Japan and Israel. Players like Dani Gúiza stand out in the Paraguayan League, Luis García and Valdo in Mexico or Xisco Muñoz who has been at Dinamo Tbilisi for several seasons.