Salah, Vardy, Son: YouTuber creates ultimate PL squad using one player from each club 

The Premier League is home to some of the finest players in the world.

The likes of Manchester City, Liverpool, and Chelsea have assembled star players en masse to create some of the most menacing squads the world has ever seen.

However, even outside of those three clubs, the rest of the field possess an embarrassment of riches when it comes to the talent within their squads.

It’s what makes the Premier League the most loved competition on planet and earth and is the reason fans come back week after week for yet another dose of exhilarating drama.

If there is however, anything that creates more of a divide among fans, it is the business of trying conceptualise the best combined XI’s within the Premier League.

Be it just trying to combine two high-flying teams, a team of the week or trying to pick the best XI of the season, the whole endeavour is fraught nay-saying and fervent disagreement.

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So, in a bid to make a tall order rather mountainous, YouTuber James Lawrence Allcott attempted to create the ultimate Premier League squad.

Then, to give himself a bit more of a challenge, Allcott was only allowed to pick one player from each team.

Now, of course, that means he can only pick a squad of 20 players but, with some help from fans watching along, the YouTuber was able to come up with a pretty decent squad.

You can watch the process in the video below:

Not bad, right?

It’s a tricky task trying to create a well-rounded when you’re limited to just one player per team and the debate in the comments section as he went along just goes to show how opinions may differ.

His final squad can be found below:

Goalkeepers:
Jordan Pickford
Ben Foster

Right backs:
Tariq Lamptey
Max Aarons

Left backs:
Lucas Digne
Kieran Tuerney

Centre backs:
Antonio Rudiger
Ruben Dias

Defensive midfield:
Declan Rice
Rueben Neves

Centre midfield:
James Ward-Prowse
Connor Gallagher

Attacking midfield:
Bruno Fernandes
Maxwell Cornet

Left wing:
Alain Saint-Maximin
Son Heung-Min

LONDON, ENGLAND – MARCH 20: Heung-Min Son of Tottenham Hotspur celebrates after scoring their side’s second goal during the Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on March 20, 2022 in London, England. (Photo by Eddie Keogh/Getty Images)

Right wing:
Mohamed Salah
Raphinha

Strikers:
Jamie Vardy
Ivan Toney

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