10 Players Where Once Were Once Teammates

Different players play together at different clubs before they leave to join other clubs. We may not keep record of these players.

Here are the 10 players you did not know played together for the same club.

1. Rivaldo And Carlos Casemiro (Sao Paulo)

Barcelona Legend Rivaldo and Carlos Casemiro once played together at Sao Paulo in Brazil. Carlos Casemiro who just started his senior career at Sao Paulo was privileged to play with Rivaldo for just a single season in 2011.

2. Harry Kane And Jesse Lingard (Leicester City)

During both players’ prime, Harry Kane and Jesse Lingard got a chance to play with each other at Leicester City in 2013. Both players were loaned to the club at the time and spent just a season being teammates before returning to their parent clubs.

3. Ronaldinho And Mikel Arteta (Paris Saint Germain)

It might be hard to believe but Ronaldinho and Mikel Arteta were once teammates at Paris Saint-Germain from 2001 – 2002. Mikel Arteta who was loaned to the club got the chance to witness Ronaldinho’s brilliance on the same pitch at PSG.

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4. Ederson Moraes And Jan Oblak (Rio Ave)

Ederson Moraes and Jan Oblak were both teammates at Rio Ave during their early years in football. Both goalkeepers fought for the first spot in the team by showing their brilliance with the opportunity they got.

Jan Oblak parted ways with Ederson Moraes at Rio Ave by returning to his parent club after completing his loan spell at the Brazilian side.

5. Sergio Ramos And Dani Alves (Sevilla)

We know them to be rivals in El Clasico matches but they were once teammates at Sevilla in 2004.

Both players were still in their prime at the club as they spent just a season being teammates before making career-changing moves to Barcelona and Real Madrid.

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6. Cristiano Ronaldo and Joao Cancelo (Juventus)

Apart from being teammates on International level for the Portuguese National Team, both players were also teammates on club level at Juventus.

Cristiano Ronaldo and Joao Cancelo both moved to Juventus in 2018 but spent just a season being teammates at the club. Joao Cancelo broke their bond at Juventus by moving to Manchester City in 2019.

7. Fernando Torres And Diogo Jota (Atletico Madrid)

I doubt if many football fans would have known that Spanish Legend Fernando Torres and Diogo Jota were once teammates at Atletico Madrid.

Diogo Jota moved to Atletico Madrid in 2016 and was opportune to play with Fernando Torres for just two seasons before moving away in 2018.

8. Arturo Vidal And Toni Kroos (Bayer Leverkusen)

It’s quite surprising that Arturo Vidal and Toni Kroos were once teammates in their prime at Bayer Leverkusen.

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Toni Kroos moved to Bayer Leverkusen in 2009 on loan from Bayer Munich where he got to play with Arturo Vidal. Both players shared the same pitch for just one season before parting ways.

9. Alexis Sanchez And Serge Gnarby (Arsenal)

Serge Gnabry and Alexis Sanchez were once teammates at Arsenal Football Club. Chilean International, Alexis Sanchez moved to Arsenal in 2014 where he got to play with Serge Gnabry.

Despite Serge Gnabry’s struggle to see playing time at the club, both players were still teammates for two seasons at the North London side.

10. Francesco Totti And Pep Guardiola (AS Roma)

Francisco Totti spent his whole career playing for AS Roma. Pep Guardiola during his time as a player was once teammates with the Italian Legend at AS Roma. Both players shared the pitch for just a single season.


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