The Best Players Outside of the Top Six

Who is the best of the rest? In a time where transfer fees, for the top six clubs especially, are heavily inflated, it is easy to dismiss the quality of the other 14 clubs. Nonetheless, this list proves that the Premier League is as talented as ever. All six of these players could comfortably slot into the squad of a 'bigger' and better team, even though it appears the gap to the top six is unbridgeable.  There is no particular order to this list, and no two players from the same club will be picked to give a fairer representation of the Premier League. 

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