World’s highest-paid footballers 2021: Cristiano Ronaldo's Manchester United switch helps him to reclaim top spot from Lionel Messi
According to Forbes, Ronaldo is set to earn $125 million before taxes in the 2021-22 season, with $70 million coming from salary and bonus for his return to United. PSG has the most representatives in the top-10 list while Andres Iniesta remains one of the most paid footballers on the planet. Check out who all made it to the list alongside the GOAT rivals.
Gareth Bale who Real Madrid fans adored: A brief trip down the memory lane as the Welshman leaves Bernabeau on loan
Gareth Bale ended his seven seasons at Madrid on Saturday when he returned on a season-long loan to Tottenham, the club he left in 2013 to come to Spain. When he arrived in Madrid for a then-record 100 million euros, his new fans knew Bale as the tall Welshman who could single-handedly win games.
As Aaron Ramsey bids farewell to Arsenal and English football after eight long years, here is a quick look at some other Welshmen who are popular among the British fans.
Barcelona kept their record of being unbeaten in the season, although Real Madrid put up a brave fight at the Camp Nou on Sunday. However, the much-anticipated clash of the Spanish titans was a rough-and-tumble one, as eight players receiving yellow cards and the home side's Sergi Roberto being sent-off.