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The Premier League is the best in the world and it largely depends on foreign players. They were the ones who helped transform football in the UK.
From Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrick Vieira to Didier Drogba and Eric Canton. The best players on the planet were in the top English league. But which of them is the greatest of all time?
This question is shared by fans of huge clubs. For obvious reasons, everyone tends to the stars who represented his team.
BBC Sport decided to try to find the answer once and for…
Cristiano Ronaldo continues to maintain his good reputation on the football field. He alone saved Juventus from retirement, scoring a brilliant goal to defeat Atletico Madrid. Now he has created his own hair transplant company.
Ronaldo took part in the opening of the company 50 percent of which belongs to him.
- Hair problems are a very big problem in Europe and around the world. We want to help people improve their self-esteem and not be ashamed to come to us.
- Everyone likes to take…
David Beckham wants to sign a contract with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo at Inter Miami.
Inter Miami will make its debut at MLS in Fort Lauderdale in 2020 after plans to build a 25,000-seat stadium were adopted in November.
Everyone has their own wish list, each one has, but if you look at how Leo and Cristiano are still playing. “Even the fact that this is a late stage of their career, I don’t see this as a finish for them,” he said.
They play at such a high level that it is difficult to see…
Cristiano Ronaldo is the greatest soccer player of all time and will go down in history at Juventus, said Portuguese superstar agent Jorge Mendez.
Ronaldo won five Champions League titles, four of which were achieved in the last five years at Real Madrid.
Without Ronaldo, Madrid was defeated at the hands of Ajax, while the Juve striker made a clever hat-trick to beat Atletico Madrid with a score of 3: 2.
“He is the best player in the history of the game, and he proved it against Atletico Madrid,” said…
Cristiano Ronaldo could play at the highest level until he is 40 years of age, according to former team-mate Ryan Giggs, who reached that milestone for Manchester United.
Ronaldo made a €112 million (£98.5m/$131m) transfer to Juventus last summer and has since celebrated his 34th birthday. However, the record-breaking Portuguese forward is showing few signs of slowing down.
Ronaldo was a team-mate of Giggs in the Manchester United team when they won the 2008 Champions League under Sir Alex Ferguson on…