In the current 2022-23 season, there is one player who stands out as the Premier League player with the most passes - Rodri. The Manchester City midfielder has already made an astonishing 2,335 passes so far this season, showcasing his exceptional ability to control the midfield and distribute the ball effectively.
Rodri's passing accuracy has been outstanding, with a success rate of 91.3%. He has completed 145 more passes than the player in second place, Brighton & Hove Albion defender Lewis Dunk, who has made 2,039 passes so far this season. Dunk's ability to play accurate long balls and distribute the ball from the back has been crucial to Brighton's success this season.
In third place is Arsenal's William Saliba, with 1,864 passes. The young French defender has been a revelation for Arsenal this season, demonstrating his composure on the ball and his ability to start attacks from the back.
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg is fourth on the list, with 1,726 passes so far this season. The Danish international has been a key player for Spurs, providing a solid base in midfield and helping to control the tempo of games.
Completing the top five is Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk, who has made 1,720 passes so far this season. The Dutch defender has been instrumental in Liverpool's defence, and his ability to play long balls and switch the play has been crucial to their attacking play.
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