Five former Arsenal players have been included in Barcelona’s 15 worst signings of all time.

Somewhat hilariously, the Daily Star have included five Arsenal players in Barcelona’s 15 worst signings of all time.

5. Marc Overmars

BARCELONA, SPAIN – MARCH 11: Champions League 02/03, Barcelona; FC Barcelona – Bayer 04 Leverkusen 2:0; Marc OVERMARS/Barcelona, Marko BABIC/Leverkusen (Photo by Sandra Behne/Bongarts/Getty Images)

Despite being brilliant at Ajax, where he’s now director of football, and Arsenal, when Overmars signed for Barca in 2000, he failed to replicate the success he’d enjoyed previously in his career.

Barca paid £25m for Overmars, who went on to spend four years in La Liga, making 97 appearances and scoring 15 goals.

4. Thomas Vermaelen

BARCELONA, SPAIN – AUGUST 10: Thomas Vermaelen poses as he is unveiled as a new player for FC Barcelona at the Camp Nou stadium on August 10, 2014 in Barcelona, Spain. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)

Arsenal selling Verm’ to Barca was probably one of the best pieces of business the Gunners have ever managed to pull off.

The centre-back signed for the La Liga club in 2014 for £15m.

He went on to make just 11 league appearances for them over two years before being loaned out to Roma.

3. Emmanuel Petit

3 Aug 2000: Emmanuel Petit of Barcelona in action during the Pre-Season Friendly Tournament match against Arsenal held at the Amsterdam ArenA, in Amsterdam, Holland. Barcelona won the match 2-1. (Shaun Botterill /Allsport)

Petit left Arsenal for Barcelona with Overmars in 2000 for £7m but only ended up staying for one year before signing for Chelsea.

He made just 23 appearances for the Catalans.

2. Alex Song

Barcelona’s Cameroonian midfielder Alex Song celebrates during a ceremony at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on May 19, 2013 after winning the Spanish League title. Barcelona celebrated lifting the La Liga trophy for a 22nd time with a 2-1 win over Valladolid. (LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images)

Arsenal managed to get another £15m for Song, who signed for Barca in 2012, making 39 appearances in total and being loaned out to West Ham for two seasons.

In 2016, they sold him to Rubin Kazan.

1. Alexander Hleb

MADRID, SPAIN – MARCH 01: Aleksander Hleb of Barcelona smiles from the subs bench before the La Liga match between Atletico Madrid and Barcelona at the Vicente Calderon stadium on March 1, 2009 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Denis Doyle/Getty Images)

Hleb has always admitted that leaving Arsenal for Barca in 2008 was one of the worst mistakes of his career.

Despite being a key player for Arsenal, his career plummeted after he moved to Spain, something he never recovered from.