The Champions League returns on Tuesday and Spurs go up against Bayer Leverkusen at the BayArena for only the second time in their history.

Tottenham won that game back in 2006 by a single goal scored by Dimitar Berbatov, one of the few players that has actually played for both clubs, just a short time after he joined Spurs in a £10.9m deal.

The game on Tuesday should be a good one as both sides need to win as they look to improve their position in the group. Leverkusen need the win most as they’ve drawn both of their opening games and currently sit in third spot.

Very few players have spent time at both clubs but the quality of such players is pretty high and with both clubs looking to establish themselves as Champions League regulars, any players that manage to play for both clubs in the future should be of a similar quality.

Here are the players who have donned the Bayer Leverkusen and Tottenham Hotspur shirts:

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