In modern days football players are not considered loyal to their clubs. Players are acused of
playing for money rather than love of the game. Just like the saying loyalty is not earned in a
day, there are a few players who don’t fall on the category of being disloyal to theirs clubs.
Here in this article, we will be discussing about Premier League top six clubs longest tenured/
longest-serving players in 2021.
Arsenal – Hector Bellerin
Bellerín started his career at Barcelona, and moved to Arsenal in 2011 before making his first-team
debut, in the 2013 League Cup.
Once #Ozil is confirmed to have left, Hector #Bellerin will be the longest serving first team player for #Arsenal. pic.twitter.com/UTq7YtPuqb— The Daily Gooner – An Arsenal Podcast (@DailyGoonerPod) January 6, 2021
Chelsea – Cesar Azpilicueta
Azpilicueta was signed from Marseille in August 2012, weeks after representing Spain in the London Olympics.
He was named Chelsea club captain following the departure of Gary Cahill in 2019.
Liverpool – Jordan Henderson
Henderson joined Liverpool from Sunderland in the summer of 2011.Following the departure of Steven Gerrard
in 2015, he was appointed club captain and went on to lift the Champions League and Premier League.
To lift the Premier League Trophy on the night we achieved 96 points shows that some things are just meant to be. Never forgotten. YNWA ❤️ pic.twitter.com/lyPB3L5G9u— Jordan Henderson (@JHenderson) July 23, 2020
Manchester City – Sergio Agüero
Agüero was signed from Atlético Madrid in July 2011. He is now the club all time top goalscorer
having won numerous titles for club.
Manchester United – Phil Jones
Jones was signed a few days before David de Gea in 2011 from Blackburn but he hasn’t been quite
good as many United fans expected.
Tottenham – Danny Rose
On 25 July 2007, Tottenham Hotspur signed Rose from Leeds United.He is expected to leave the