3) David De Gea
The 2017-18 golden glove winner is surely a modern-day great. The Spanish goalkeeper stands tall in the goalposts and is quick as a cat. With reflexes so superlative, he can be a real pain in the head for the attackers. He has had some great performances during his time in England. De Gea has kept 113 clean sheets in 316 games in EPL. He has won the Premier League title with Manchester United in 2012-13 despite having a rather substandard start in the first two seasons of his career with the Red Devils. But the Spaniard bounced back to become one of the best players in the league. The Man United’s great wall has had his ups and downs in his career but the form is temporary and class is permanent.
2) Cesc Fabregas
With the most appearances and assists by any Spaniard who has ever played in the Premier League, Cesc Fabregas is crème de la crème of the EPL. He played in whooping 350 games in the league and provided 111 assists. Fabregas was an all-around player with a lot of skillful qualities. He used to dictate games with his long-range of passing. His playmaking qualities were second to none. His gameplay was the epitome of how the Spanish passing football is played. He guided Chelsea to win 2 Premier League titles in his first 3 seasons with the Blues. He won 5 titles with Chelsea and 3 with Arsenal in his time in England. Fabregas had an astounding career and will surely be remembered among the greats of the league.
1) David Silva
The versatile midfielder is a gem of a player. He is one of the greatest Manchester City players in their history and was one of the best midfielders in the world in his prime. He made 309 appearances in the Premier League in which he scored 60 goals and assisted 93. Silva can play as a number 10, a wideout attacker, or a central midfielder and he also has the ability to tear up the opposition’s defensive lines by providing bedazzling passes. He was also a very important player for Manchester City in winning their Premier League titles. David Silva has won 13 titles with ‘The Citizens’ including 4 EPL titles. ‘El Mago’ is easily one of the very best Spanish players to have graced the English Premier League.