Former FC Barcelona midfielder Guillermo Amor spent 10 years at the Camp Nou, making 408 appearances and netting 64 times. During his time with the Catalan giants he won various honours - one European Cup, five LaLiga titles, three Spanish Cups, four Spanish Super Cups, two UEFA Cup Winners' Cups, and two UEFA Super Cups.
Radja Nainggolan spent 15 years at Piacenza, Cagliari and Roma before joining Inter. Nainggolan insists that Inter have always been his favourite Serie A team. The Belgian enforcer has fully embraced the challenge after becoming a key figure in both Serie A and the UEFA Champions League.
FC Bayern Munich have announced that Arjen Robben will leave us at the end of the season. Robben joined Bayern in August 2009 from Real Madrid and since then he has won the Bundesliga title seven times and the DFB Cup four times. Robben secured his place in the history books in 2013 when he scored the winner against Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League final at Wembley.
Uruguayan Gastón Ramirez is a midfielder known for his versatility and strength on the ball. Not only has Ramirez got the technical ability to make the decisive pass, but he can also add goals with his runs from deep. Take a look at some of his best bits in a Sampdoria shirt.
Excellent dribbling skills, fine crossing ability and beautiful technique, Pavel Nedvěd was a truly unique midfielder. The Czech international joined Juventus in 2001, making 327 appearances and scoring 65 goals in eight seasons. As well as winning seven titles at Juventus, Nedvěd also picked up the Ballon d’Or in 2003 after a stunning season with the Bianconeri. Since retiring, Nedvěd has sat on the board of directors at Juventus and was appointed as vice chairman in 2015.
Thiago Motta spent six years at PSG and played more than 230 matches. Motta enjoyed successful spells with the likes of FC Barcelona and Inter Milan before joining PSG, and he showed his qualities as one of Europe's most creative midfielders. Check out some of Motta's PSG highlights here.
With an assist, a goal and an own goal, Gareth Bale will never forget this game against Liverpool from 2012. Ultimately, Bale would finish on the winning side for Tottenham Hotspur after helping us to a 2-1 White Hart Lane victory.
Pinpoint passing accuracy, tactical nous and fine vision made Xabi Alonso one of the best midfielders of his generation. He was part of the Spanish side that won two European Championships and the FIFA World Cup. At Real Madrid, he definitely left a mark - lifting the UEFA Champions League, one UEFA Super Cup, two Copa del Rey trophies and one LaLiga title. Enjoy some of his best moments.
Ludovic Giuly scored 20 goals during a three-year spell at PSG between 2008 and 2011. Giuly enjoyed successful spells with the likes of FC Barcelona and AS Roma before joining PSG, and he showed his qualities as one of Europe's most creative midfielders. Check out some of Giuly's PSG highlights here.
There was little fanfare when Matthew Etherington joined Stoke City from West Ham in 2009. But he quickly became a firm favourite with Potters fans. Etherington made more than 150 appearances in a Stoke shirt and his performances on the left wing were a key factor in our Premier League success.