Van Dijk, Ronaldo and Messi are the three men's finalists for The Best Player award, with the winner to be announced on Monday in a star-studded ceremony in Milan's famous opera house La Scala.
Bolt was recently interviewed by FIFA.com during which he was asked whom between Messi and Ronaldo has had the best football career.
The star striker has been dating Georgina since 2016 and has a daughter with her. The couple also raises Ronaldo's three other children together.
Juventus dumped Atletico out of the competition last year as Ronaldo scored a sensational hat-trick that overturned a 2-0 first-leg deficit and put the Italian champions in the quarter-finals.
Cristiano Ronaldo revealed the allegations had taken a mental toll on him as he sought to protect his children from the reports.
Ronaldo's father passed away on the eve of Manchester United's Champions League group game with Villarreal in September 2005 at the age of 52 following a battle with alcoholism.
The ex-Chelsea coach missed his first two league games with the Serie A champions against Parma and his former club Napoli.
India grabs 3 medals including 2 gold and 1 bronze on the final day of competition. The hosts topped the medals tally with 10 gold, 8 silver and 7 bronze.
Portugal, the defending European champion, dominated throughout in Vilnius, finishing with 31 total attempts.
The 31-year-old Richards might have labelled Ronaldo as the best this year, but he did not take Ronaldo's name when he was asked about who his toughest opponent was.
The Dutch international denied Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi for the European title last week and the same trio are in the running for the FIFA accolade to be announced in Milan on September 23.
Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk was named 2019 UEFA Men's Player of the Year, beating Messi and Ronaldo at the same stage.
Barcelona, Dortmund and Inter, with nine European Cups between them, were drawn together in Group F along with the Czech champions Slavia Prague.
Five-time world player of the year Ronaldo beat Macron to the punch with his tweet urging action on the Amazon that, by Friday morning, had already racked up more than a quarter-million likes.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have won the coveted Ballon d'Or five times each, a factor that helps each player flourish.