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Can you name every Premier League player to play for both Man Utd and Chelsea?


One of this summer’s Premier League transfer sagas has finally been resolved, with Manchester United confirming the signing of Nemanja Matic from Chelsea.

The Serbian midfielder, part of the Blues’ title-winning squads in 2014/15 and 2016/17, has moved for a fee thought to be worth £40 million.

Matic is only the eighth player in the Premier League era to turn out for both teams, and will aim to be one of only a handful to win the title for two different clubs since 1992.

But how many of the other seven players to turn out for United and Chelsea in the same period can you name?

You have four minutes.

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