David Luiz has been a bit of an enigma in the world of football, mixing the completely ridiculous with utter brilliance, and there seems to be no in-between a red card and a game-winning performance with this man.
In fact, the Brazilian was awarded a spot in the FIFA FIFpro World XI back in 2014, but also holds a record for the joint fifth-most Premier League red cards in the competition's history, whilst he also has 14 Premier League goals, which is more than legendary figures like Rio Ferdinand and Daniel Agger.
Luiz would move from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain in 2016 as the club went four seasons without a league title. The defender would win back-to-back Ligue 1 trophies and even score against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge to knock them out of the Champions League.
After two years in Paris, Luiz returned to west London and immediately won the Premier League he so desperately desired, playing 33 games in his first campaign, which also got him in the PFA Team of the Year alongside his partner Gary Cahill.
The ex-Benfica man would make the controversial move up north of London to Arsenal, three years later.