Many players are known for having ants in their pants when it comes to moving clubs.

Whether it's because they couldn't settle in at their new club, or if they just couldn't impress their new bosses, many players have chopped and changed their scenarios frequently, especially during the Premier League era.

The most impressive mover is Marcus Bent. He has featured for eight different Premier League clubs including Everton, Wigan Athletic and Wolves during his career.

In the top 10 movers, there are three players that are still plying their trade in the Premier League today: Tal Ben-Haim, Wayne Routledge and Peter Crouch.

Below is the full list of the top-ten movers, with the statistics courtesy of Transfermarkt.

1. Marcus Bent | Clubs: 8 (Everton, Charlton, Wigan, Wolves, Crystal Palace, Leicester, Blackburn and Ipswich)
2. Andrew Cole | Clubs: 7 (Newcastle United, Manchester United, Blackburn, Fulham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and Sunderland)
3. Wayne Routledge | Clubs: 7 (Newcastle United, Swansea, Crystal Palace, Fulham, Portsmouth, Tottenham and Aston Villa)
4. Tal Ben-Haim | Clubs: 7 (Bolton, Portsmouth, Chelsea, Manchester City, West Ham, QPR and Sunderland)
5. Les Ferdinand | Clubs: 6 (Tottenham, QPR, West Ham, Newcastle United, Leicester and Bolton)
6. Robbin Keane | Clubs: 6 (Coventry, Aston Villa, Tottenham, Liverpool, Leeds and West Ham)
7. Nick Barmby | Clubs: 6 (Leeds, Liverpool, Hull, Middlesborough, Tottenham and Everton)
8. Peter Crouch | Clubs: 6 (Tottenham, Stoke, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Aston Villa and Southampton)
9. Wayne Bridge | Clubs: 6 (Southampton, Chelsea, Manchester City, West Ham, Fulham and Sunderland)
10. Louis Saha | Clubs: 6 (Everton, Manchester United, Fulham, Sunderland, Tottenham and Newcastle United)

 

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