Gael Clichy has Premier League titles with Arsenal and Manchester City. His contribution to Arsenal's 2004 title makes him the club's youngest champion. At 16 years and 207 days old, he became the youngest ever Premier League champion. He is also the second-youngest player after Cristiano Ronaldo (16 years and 115 days) to win the UEFA Champions League.
Clichy made his Gunners debut on August 4, 2003 in a 3-0 defeat to Middlesbrough. He came on as a substitute for Francis Jeffers in the 81st minute of the match. He went on to make 26 appearances that season as Arsenal won the Double by claiming both the FA Cup and the League Championship. In 2005-06, Gael Clichy played every minute of every game as Arsenal retained their title. He was named Player's Player of the Year at the end of the season.
Gael Clichy currently plays for Paris Saint-Germain and has won two Ligue 1 titles with the club. He joined PSG from Arsenal in July 2007 and has since gone on to make over 100 appearances for the club across all competitions.
He was part of France's squad that finished third at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, scoring once against South Korea during the tournament.
Schmeichel is the only Premier League goalkeeper to have received the award for Player of the Season. 19. Vincent Kompany Kompany has won the Premier League championship four times with Manchester City. 18.2 Bergkamp, Dennis
Pogba may be the most expensive Premier League acquisition in history, but his form at Manchester United has never been consistent over the previous four seasons. The Frenchman has undoubtedly improved since the arrival of Bruno Fernandes, but he has yet to demonstrate this over an extended length of time.
Dominic Solanke, who was 17 years, one month, and seven days old when he replaced Oscar for the final 18 minutes of our 6-0 thrashing of Maribor in October 2014, is the club's youngest player to feature in the Champions League. He was also the first teenager to play for Chelsea in the competition.
Solanke wasn't the only youth product at Chelsea at the time, with Michael Hector, Nathan Baxter, and Lewis Baker all coming through the ranks. However, only Baker made more than one appearance before being sent on loan to Ipswich Town. The others were given opportunities but didn't make the step up to the first team.
Looking at age 21 as a cut-off point, it can be said that Dominic Solanke is the youngest current player at Chelsea. He was promoted to the first team squad in April 2015 after scoring four goals in six appearances for Chelsea's Academy side.
However, if we include loans then John Terry, Ricardo Carvalho, Gianfranco Zola, and Didier Drogba would all be younger than 21 when they debuted for the club. It is also worth mentioning that Frank Lampard was only 20 years, eight months old when he made his debut in 1991. He went on to become one of the most successful players in Premier League history.
With the exception of the UEFA Super Cup, he has won every club accolade available in English, European, and Continental football. Only Wayne Rooney and Michael Carrick have won the Premier League, FA Cup, UEFA Champions League, League Cup, UEFA Europa League, and FIFA Club World Cup. The only trophy that remains unclaimed by either player is the Charity Shield.
The only team with which he has not played is Manchester United because of the English language barrier. He would have been a contender for the title had it not been for his two seasons with Chelsea during which time they captured two trophies. Before moving to Stamford Bridge, Mourinho led Inter Milan to Italian league titles in 2010 and 2011.
He is one of the most successful managers in history having achieved success at both Portuguese and Spanish clubs. He is also one of the few coaches to win the UEFA Champions League with three different teams. In 2004-05, he led Porto to their first ever UEFA Champions League title before moving to Chelsea the following season. He continued his conquest of Europe by winning the competition with Real Madrid in 2010-11.
His record is unparalleled in England and he is the highest earning manager in British football with a salary of £700,000 per year. He has also managed Portugal, Spain, Chelsea, Porto, Inter Milan, and Real Madrid and has won all but one of the major domestic competitions.