6. Keisuke Honda
Keisuke Honda left A-League team Melbourne Victory having banged in eight goals from 19 appearances, keeping up a similarly impressive record from Pachuca of Mexico the year before. Many feel the Japanese ace is past his best but, at 33, there is still one big move left in Honda.
One of the greatest Asian footballers of his generation, Honda has stated interest in playing for Japan at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games and although his time at top clubs might have come to an end, but his career still carries a wonderful amount of variety. Six different clubs in six different countries, with enough high points at each of them despite the obvious disparity in profile.
5. Jeremy Menez
Although Club America had no problems meeting the quota of foreign players after the sales of Agustin Marchesín and Mateus Uribe, in addition to the injury of Nicolas Castillo, Jeremy Menez was not summoned by Miguel Herrera for two league games in mid-August and that started raising eyebrows.
After one and a half seasons at the Mexican giant, the Menez experiment has come to an expected conclusion. Menez arrived at Club America with much fanfare in January 2018 and had a decent start in the 2018 Clausura tournament, but was completely out of the picture last season. He had multiple injuries and operations on his left leg. It is unclear whether Menez will remain in Mexico, America, or return to Europe.