8 Premier League players who are too good for their clubs

Remember when Dimitar Berbatov played for Fulham? If you thought the one-time Manchester United striker struggled to fit in at Old Trafford, you should have seen him in South London.

Berbatov hit an impressive 15 goals in his only full season at Craven Cottage, but saw his efforts undermined week-in,week-out by his sub-par support cast.

It can happen, though: a brilliant footballer, not quite good enough for the very top, left to toil in a sea of mediocrity like Kieran Richardson and Emmanuel Frimpong.

Present day Premier League may not have any glaringly over-sized fishes swimming around tiny ponds, but there are one or two players who might want to have a word with their agents.

Here are eight PL players who are too good for their clubs.

Spurs fans needn’t worry though, because once Kane does fly the nest they’ll still have Dele Alli to fall back on… for about two years.