7 players to have played for both Arsenal and Tottenham

7 players to have played for both Arsenal and Tottenham
16th November 2017 Mario
In Marketing, People & Places

7 players to have played
for both Arsenal and Tottenham

7. David Bentley

Started off at Arsenal academy and went through to the first team making only 9 appearances, including one appearance in Arsenal invincibles season. Before later in his career impressing at Blackburn to earning himself a move to Tottenham in 2008. Making 42 appearances for Tottenham and scoring 2 goals, one of them was a screamer in the 4-4 draw against his old club Arsenal.

6. William Gallas

William Gallas moved to Arsenal after the 2006 World cup, and after impressing Arsene Wenger he named as Captain after the departure of Thierry Henry. Gallas then after getting released from Arsenal in the summer of 2010 wanted to prove a point and joined Arsenal’s bitter rivals Tottenham for a free.

5. Pat Jennings

The Northern Ireland goalkeeper moved to Tottenham at the age of 19 and spent 13 years during which he raked up more than 500 appearances before joining rivals Arsenal. Tottenham thought Jennings was past his prime when they allowed his move to Arsenal but Jennings proved them wrong and spent eight years in the red half of North London, making around 250 appearances.

4. Willy Young

Centre-back William Young signed for Tottenham Hotspur in 1975 at the age of 23. For two seasons, he played a primary role in Tottenham’s defensive line, appearing 54 times before switching to Spurs’ local rivals. Young immediately made a huge impact at Arsenal, easily fitting into to their starting lineup for four seasons.

3. Harry Kane

Harry Kane started his youth career at Arsenal academy when he was 8 years old only lasting one season before getting released. Before signing his first professional contract with Tottenham. He has now become Tottenham star player winning the golden boot for the last two season.

2. Emmanuel Adebayor

Emmanuel Adebayor was reportedly signed for Arsenal for £3 million in 2006, he was at Arsenal for 3 years making 104 appearances and scoring 46 goals. regularly scoring in the derbies but after a failed move to Manchester City, the Togo forward joined Spurs initially on loan, before making the move permanent.

1. Sol Campbell

Started off at Arsenal academy and went through to the first team making only 9 appearances, including one appearance in Arsenal invincibles season. Before later in his career impressing at Blackburn to earning himself a move to Tottenham in 2008. Making 42 appearances for Tottenham and scoring 2 goals, one of them was a screamer in the 4-4 draw against his old club Arsenal.