Every aspiring footballer dreams of featuring in the most prestigious leagues in the world.
The Premier League (England), Laliga (Spain), Bundesliga (Germany) and Ligue One (France) are considered the best five leagues in Europe and while a chunk of players having featured in a league or two, there are a few names who have been lucky to feature in all the leagues.
The list though only features two players in Danish footballer Christian Poulsen and Romania legend Florin Raducioiu.
Cameroonian Pierre Womé could have made the list after playing in all the five countries, but he didn’t feature in the French first division.
🇩🇰 Christian Poulsen
Poulsen started his playing career in his native Denmark when he featured in the youth ranks of Holbaek before making a moving to the country’s giants FC Copenhagen. His first stint outside the country saw him join Bundesliga side Schalke 04 in 2002 before moving to Spain four years later for Sevilla.
He then made a move to Italy with Juventus acquiring his services in 2008 before landing in England two years later to feature for Liverpool. His first and only stint in France came in 2012 when he signed for Evian.
🇷🇴 Florin Raducioiu
Played for Romania at the 1990 FIFA World Cup hosted by Italy, the 1994 FIFA World Cup in the United States, and England's UEFA Euro 1996.
On his club outing, the striker featured for West Ham United (England), Stuttgart (Germany), AS Monaco (France), Espanyol (Spain) and four teams in the Italian Serie A.
- England - Liverpool
- France - Evian
- Germany - Schalke 04
- Italy - Juventus
- Spain - Sevilla
- England - West Ham United
- France - AS Monaco
- Germany - VfB Stuttgart
- Italy - Bari, Verona, Brescia, Milan
- Spain – Espanyol