Twelves most important European clubs have started the process to break away from the Union of European Football Association.
Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City. Tottenham Hotspurs and Chelsea have been joined by three Italian clubs AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus to create the Super League.
But who were the top Ghana internationals to have represented at least one of these revolutionary clubs?
We took a look back into our history books.
1.Michael Essien – Real Madrid – 2012/13 season
On 31 August 2012 Essien signed a season-long loan deal with Real Madrid, reuniting him with his former manager at Chelsea, José Mourinho.
Essien scored 2 goals in 35 games for the Spanish giants before returning to Chelsea for the 2014/15 season.
The midfield anchor also played for AC Milan , another European great but Real Madrid remains the biggest among the clubs that Essien evolved.
But it is at Chelsea that Essien really exploded in Europe making him the only Ghanaian player to feature for three Super League clubs.
2.Kevin-Prince Boateng – FC Barcelona – January 2019 to June 2019
The German-born Ghanaian international played 5 games for Barcelona but scored no goals for the Blaugrana during his very brief loan spell in Catalonia as he joined them from Italy Serie A side Sassuolo.
Boateng is still the only Ghanaian player to represent the club of Lionel Messi.
The 2010 World Cup star for Ghana also played for AC Milan.
3.Stephen Appiah – Juventus – 2003 to 2005
The ‘Tornado’ spent two years at Juventus – one of the biggest clubs in Europe and the Old Ladies were the biggest football club that Appiah played.
4.Kwadwo Asamoah – Juventus – 2012 to 2018
Asamoah spent six years with the Old Ladies where he won some 13 trophies.
Asamoah also represented Inter Milan after leaving the Old Ladies
5.Sule Muntari – AC Milan – 2012 to 2015
The left-footed talent played for Udinese, Portsmouth in England and the likes of Sunderland but AC Milan was where Muntari really had a feel of a true big European club.
Sule also played for Inter Milan and won the 2010 Champions League over there.
6. Thomas Partey – Atletico de Madrid – 2015 to 2020
The Ghanaian is currently at Arsenal.
7.Emmanuel Frimpong – Arsenal
8.Quincy Owusu Abeyie – Arsenal
9.Baba Rahman – Chelsea