Who’s name is the most popular on replica kits?

Replica kits are sold year in and year out and fans that do buy the shirts are always wanting their heroes names put on the back, but who is most popular for each team? Below you can see the top sellers for each club in the Premier League.

ARSENAL: Thomas Vermaelen, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere

ASTON VILLA: 70% of shirts sold have ‘Benteke 20’ on the back

CHELSEA: Refused to Comment

EVERTON: Steven Pienaar, Marouane Fellaini, Nikica Jelavic

FULHAM: Kerim Frei, Mladen Petric, Brede Hangeland

LIVERPOOL: Steven Gerrard, Luis Suarez, Jamie Carragher

MANCHESTER CITY: Sergio Aguero, Mario Balotelli, David Silva

MANCHESTER UNITED: Wayne Rooney, Robin Van Persie, Shinji Kagawa

NEWCASTLE UNITED: Yohan Cabaye, Papiss Cisse, Ben Arfa

NORWICH: Russell Martin, Grant Holt, Jonathan Howson

QPR: Ji-Sung Park, Adel Taarabt, Djibril Cisse

READING: Pavel Pogrebnyak. Adam Le Fondre, Karacan

SWANSEA: Michu, Nathan Dyer, Danny Graham

SOUTHAMPTON: Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana, Jay Rodriquez

SUNDERLAND: James McClean, Stephane Sessegnon, Seb Larsson

STOKE: Peter Crouch, Robert Huth, Ryan Shawcross

TOTTENHAM: Gareth Bale, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Van Der Vaart

WIGAN: Shaun Maloney, Arouna Kone, Di Santo

WEST HAM: Kevin Nolan, Mark Noble, James Tomkins

WEST BROM: Romelu Lukaku, Shane Long, Peter Odemwingie

After hearing about 70% of the shirts being sold having his name on the back, Benteke, couldn’t believe it:

‘That is incredible. I am really, really proud of that. It means a lot to know I have made a good impression with the fans.

‘I am lost for words. It’s nice to know that sort of thing. It’s a great motivator.’

 

I personally feel sorry for the Tottenham fans that have Van Der Vaart on the back of their shirt this season. The Dutchman left Tottenham on transfer deadline day.

Alex William Batt 

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