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Five football legends who could still grace the Premier League (1)

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It's fair to say that, over the past two decades, the Premier League has seen its fair share of superstars.

With the help of Sky's financial riches, the English top flight has been able to attract some of the biggest names in world football to go alongside the nation's finest homegrown talent.

The big names simply roll off the tongue - Ronaldo, Drogba, Beckham, Henry, Bergkamp, Lampard, Klinsmann, Vieira, Torres, Shevchenko, Robinho.

Whilst success has been greater for some more than others, there is no denying that these names are among the best to have played the game over the past 20 years.

But, at the risk of sounding greedy, we always want more. And, there are some players for whom the Premier League dream is over. The likes of Paolo Maldini, Luis Figo and the Brazilian Ronaldo will never grace these shores.

And, the same could happen to these ageing stars if a top club doesn't make a move in the coming years.

So, without further ado, here are the five football superstars who we still want to play in the Premier League....

NB: Lionel Messi is not in this list! Yes, we would LOVE him to play in the Premier League, but this is based on the older players who might not have as many years left in their career.

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