Definitely one of best leagues in the world (number 1 according to the UEFAa��s league coefficient); the Bundesliga has produced and sold some brilliant players over the years.
Players like Ribery, Robben, Marco Reus, Kagawa, and so many others have all made their mark either in the Bundesliga or in England or in Spain or anywhere in the world.
This transfer window has been no different with Ilkay Gundogan, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Granit Xhaka, Leroy Sane and many others have made the switch to the Premier League. But how will they do? Will the Premier League prove to be too tough and much faster game for them compared to the slow paced Bundesliga, where only one or maybe, nope one team dominates the competition?
For that one will have to look back and take a look and see how others have done after their shift from the Bundesliga. Well stop reading this and scroll down below to look at the players.
Number 10: Marko Marin (Werder Bremen to Chelsea)
He was nicknamed the German Messi. THE GERMAN MESSI!! And Chelsea turned him into a useless bench warmer, whom they have done nothing but sent on loan for his entire Blues career bar one season, i.e. the 2012-2013 seasons.A� He played over a 110 games for Werder Bremen and during that bountiful spell at the German club, Marin managed to amass nearly 50 goals and assists, and then he shifted to Chelsea as a 23 year old and his career went down the drain.