With the English transfer window having closed last week, many high-profile players have left the Premier League for other teams around the world. Here is a starting XI of stars who have exited England, including a player who has joined Percy Tau at Club Brugge.
Click through the gallery above to see a starting XI of players who left the Premier League over the last few months in a 4-3-3 formation.
In goal, we selected former Liverpool shot-stopper Simon Mignolet, who signed for Club Brugge in Belgium last week. The 31-year-old spent nine years in England, representing Sunderland and the Reds as he made 245 appearances in the Premier League. The Belgian has already played twice for his new club, keeping two clean sheets.
Brazil defender Danilo was chosen at left-back, a position he, at times, occupied at Manchester City. The player joined Juventus in Italy after winning five trophies in England, including two consecutive league titles.
Ex-Arsenal captain and centre-back Laurent Koscielny signed for Bordeaux in France, while Vincent Kompany left the Citizens after 11 years, returning to his former side Anderlecht on a player/coach deal. New Atletico Madrid right-back Kieran Trippier completes the back four.
Two new Paris Saint-Germain midfielders feature in Ander Herrera and Idrissa Gueye, while new Juventus star Aaron Ramsey completes the midfield trio. The Welshman joined Arsenal in 2008, spending 11 long and successful years at the Gunners, although he was unfortunately unable to win the league during his time with the London club.
Up front, coming from the right, we went with new Chinese Super League star Marko Arnautovic, who left West Ham United in this transfer window. Centrally, Romelu Lukaku was chosen following his switch from Manchester United to Inter Milan.
Lastly, Eden Hazard got his dream move to Real Madrid from London club Chelsea, with whom he won six trophies, including a couple of Premier League titles, and he takes his spot on the left of our attack.
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