Chelsea are the second most South American club in Premier League history.
With the Copa America kicking off on June 11, the Trinity Mirror Data Unit have taken a look back to see which teams have given the most Premier League appearances to players from the South American countries who play in the Copa America - Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
A total of 743 league games have been played for Chelsea by 15 different players from the continent since the creation of the Premier League in 1992-93.
Brazilian Ramires has the most at 147, followed by Gus Poyet (105), Oscar (95), Alex (86) and David Luiz (81).
As striker Diego Costa has declared for Spain, he hasn't been counted in these figures.
Ahead of Chelsea though are Manchester City.
A total of 17 players from the South American Copa America nations have turned out for the league runners-up, making a total of 796 Premier League appearances in the process.
Chief amongst those is Pablo Zabaleta.
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The Argentine right-back has notched up 197 Premier League appearances for City to date, and has the fourth highest number of appearances of any player from the continent.
He's followed by fellow Argentinians Sergio Aguero and Carlos Tevez who have made 120 and 113 Premier League appearances for City respectively.
After Chelsea come Newcastle, who have handed out 741 league appearances to South Americans.
Nolberto Solano has the most for the club with 228.
He's followed by Fabricio Coloccini (185), Jonas Gutierrez (150), Faustino Asprilla (48) and Clarence Asuna (46).
Liverpool follow Newcastle, having dished out 724 league appearances to South American players.
Brazilian defensive midfielder Lucas Leiva has the most with 196 Premier League appearances to date.
He's followed by Luis Suarez who appeared in 110 league games for the club and scored 69 league goals.
Suarez's Barcelona teammate Javier Mascherano made 94 Premier League appearances for Liverpool, while Fabio Aurelio made 87 and Philippe Coutinho has so far made 81 to date.
Manchester United are the Premier League's fifth most South American side, having given 723 league appearances to players from the continent's Copa America sides.
Ecuadorian midfielder Antonio Valencia has made the most appearances of those players for United with 162.
Rafael Da Silva has so far made 109 Premier League appearances for the club, considerably more than the 22 his twin brother managed.
Brazilian midfielder Anderson was something of a flop at Old Trafford, but still made 105 league appearances for United, making him the club's third most used South American.
Diego Forlan made 63 league appearances for the Reds, as did Carlos Tevez.
Nolberto Solano is the South American with the most Premier League appearances to his name.
The Peruvian has featured in 296 games in the division for Newcastle, Aston Villa and West Ham, which puts him 50 ahead of the player with the next highest number, Antonio Valencia, who has made 246 appearances to date.