Famous European Leagues’ Players in Major Soccer League
1. Kaka, Orlando City
Kaka played top-flight European football for more than ten years. He started his career from AC Milan, where he won Serie A 2004, Champions League 2007, and FIFA Club’s World Cup 2007. Later he joined Real Madrid on a record 65 million euros where he became Spanish Champion in 2012. He won Ballon d’Or in 2007. Kaka was a versatile player with fantastic ball control and dribbling skills. Milan’s legend returned to the home club from Real Madrid in 2013 and played a season in Italy.
Kaka joined Orlando City in 2014 on a free transfer from AC Milan. Brazilian forward played three years in MLS and scored 24 goals and made 21 assists. So it was Betting in the us for the legendary Brazilian! Orlando City was founded in 2013, and Kaka was its first-star player. Kaka became captain of the Club and helped to expand the Club. Kaka retired at Orlando City in 2018.
2. Wayne Rooney, Derby County
Wayne Rooney played his whole life in England in the Premier League. English Winger is Manchester United Legend. He joined United in 2004 from Everton and played under Sir Alex Ferguson. He scored 253 goals for Manchester United and held the record of scoring 153 Premier League goals for a single club. Rooney won 5 league titles and a Champion League Title alongside Cristiano Ronaldo. He is the most successful Manchester United Player. Rooney returned to Everton in 2017.
After playing a season with Everton, Rooney joined DC United and scored 23 goals in 48 appearances. Rooney made an assist on his debut. English legend scored his first MLS hat-trick against Real Salt Lake with an assist. Later Rooney left the Club and joined Derby County in 2020.
3. David Beckham, LA Galaxy
The freekick genius spent his career in Manchester United and Real Madrid. He was an excellent midfielder with incredible passing accuracy and freekick goal-scoring ability. He won six league titles and a Champions League with United. He also won La Liga 2006-07 with Real Madrid. He moved to PSG and won a Ligue 1 title in France.
Beckham signed for LA Galaxy in 2007 from Real Madrid. He scored 98 goals for LA Galaxy and won back to Back League titles with the Club in 2011 and 2012. On May 15, 2011, Beckham scored a brilliant freekick from 30 yards. This is one of the best goals of his career. LA Galaxy made a statue of Beckham to thank him for what he did for the Club.
4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic, LA Galaxy
For Zlatan, age is just a number; at the age of 38, he is still in the starting XI of AC Milan. He played for Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, FC Barcelona, AC Milan, PSG, and Manchester United in Europe. He scored 268 goals for the clubs mentioned above. Not bad, just imagine if you had used 1xbet pomo code to back those stats. Here are the achievements of Swedish giant, 4 Serie A titles, 3 with Inter, and one with AC Milan. He won 2 Serie A titles with Juventus, but those were annulled due to some issues. 1 LaLiga with Barcelona and 4 Ligue 1 titles with PSG. He won Europa League with Manchester United. One of the most decorated players misses the Champions League in his trophy cabinet.
Zlatan signed for LA Galaxy in 2018 from Manchester United. Zlatan scored 53 goals in 55 appearances for LA Galaxy. He scored incredible goals there, including the bicycle, back heel, and long-range volleys. LA Galaxy also made a statue of Swedish forward in Malmo.
5. Thierry Henry, New York Red Bulls
Thierry Henry is an all-time leading goalscorer for Arsenal. He won 2 Premier League titles with Arsenal, including the invincible title 2003-04. He scored 228 goals in all competitions for Arsenal. Later he joined Barcelona and played with Ronaldinho, Puyol, Etto, and Lionel Messi and won 2 La Liga Titles. He is also Champions League winner for FC Barcelona. He won the historic treble with Barcelona under Pep Guardiola is 2009.
Henry moved to New York Red Bulls from FC Barcelona in 2010. The French World Champion became captain of Red Bull and scored 52 goals in 135 appearances. He provided 38 assists in his MLS career.
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