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Since it was formed in 1992, the Premier League has brought to light some of the world's greatest players.
For many football fans, it has - and always will be - the best league in Europe. So when it comes to discussions about England's top flight, it often brings to light some interesting debates.
For example, one of SPORTbible's polls had Nemanja Vidić and Rio Ferdinand voted as the best defensive partnership in Premier League history, while another voted for Manchester United's Paul Scholes as the best midfielder in history.
These often fascinating debates come up on a daily basis and, when Sergio Aguero announced this week that he is set to leave Manchester City at the end of the season after 10 years with The Blues, it got people talking about the greatest Premier League player of all time.
The Independent offered its two cents in 2019 when they named the 100 greatest Premier League players.
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry ultimately came out on top to claim the number one spot, while former Manchester United forward Cristiano Ronaldo took home second place.
Ryan Giggs and Roy Keane finished third and fourth respectively while Chelsea legend Frank Lampard secured a fifth-placed finish.
To see Steven Gerrard in 15th place seems a tad harsh. What do you think?
Check out the full list below.
Who would be in your top five Premier League greats?
Let us know in the comments.
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