The great traitors of football

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The great traitors of football
Source:listas.20minutos.es
Football players do not always feel the team's shirt as fans would like, or expect, from them and have no problem dressing in the colors of the rival team. Vote for those you think are the greatest "traitors" in the world of football.

TOP 16:
Sol Campbell (Tottenham Hotspur - Arsenal FC)
Sol Campbell (Tottenham Hotspur - Arsenal FC)
He began his career at Tottenham Hotspur, where he was close to ten years, for the 2002-2003 season, Campbell was signed by Arsenal FC, the biggest rival of the Spurs

TOP 15:

Roberto Baggio (Fiorentina - Juventus)

Roberto Baggio (Fiorentina - Juventus)
Possibly one of the most controversial transfers in the recent history of Serie A. The legendary Roberto Baggio was bought by Juventus in 1990 for 10M euros, a record at the time. When his signing became official, Fiore fans jumped into the streets and caused violent riots in the city of Florence, in protest against the transfer


TOP 14:

Filippo Inzaghi (Juventus - AC Milan)

Filippo Inzaghi (Juventus - AC Milan)
In the summer of 1997, Juventus signed Filippo Inzaghi for 20 million lire but in 2001 it was acquired by AC Milan in exchange for 40 million lire

TOP 13:

Clarence Seedorf (Inter Milan - AC Milan)

Clarence Seedorf (Inter Milan - AC Milan)
In 1999, he went on loan to Inter Milan who finally bought it for 24 million euros but in 2002, Seedorf was hired by AC Milan

TOP 12:

Ashley Cole (Arsenal FC - Chelsea FC)

Ashley Cole (Arsenal FC - Chelsea FC)
In 2005, Cole contacted Chelsea FC without permission from Arsenal so Cole was fined £ 100,000 for the Premier League and extended his contract with Arsenal for another year but in 2006 he finally ended up signing with Chelsea


TOP 11:

Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan - Juventus)

Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan - Juventus)
He began his football career at Inter Milan, a club in which he was not 'idolized' as in his next clubs. He had no problem in signing for the eternal rival, Milan, where he shone as a player conquering numerous titles both local and international. Later, Pirlo surprised again by signing for Juventus

TOP 10:

Carlos Tevez (Manchester United - Manchester City)

Carlos Tevez (Manchester United - Manchester City)
Several personal problems with coach Alex Ferguson separated him from ownership and the best way to get revenge was to sign a contract with the city's eternal rival, Manchester City

TOP 9:

Robin van Persie (Arsenal FC - Manchester United)

Robin van Persie (Arsenal FC - Manchester United)
The Dutch player was the most beloved player in the Arsenal fans. He was the leading forward of the team led by Wenger for several seasons and was the most emblematic player of the squad. But he betrayed his fans by accepting a tempting offer from Manchester United.


TOP 8:

Gabriel Batistuta (River Plate - Boca Juniors)

Gabriel Batistuta (River Plate - Boca Juniors)
In 1989, he signed for the River Plate, and on 08/17/1990, mediated that campaign, he was hired by Boca Juniors

TOP 7:

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Juventus - Inter Milan)

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Juventus - Inter Milan)
Great professional? No doubt ... but, loyal and true to their shirts? Never

TOP 6:

Bernd Schuster (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)

Bernd Schuster (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)
He left FC Barcelona when he finished his contract in 1988, and signed Real Madrid with his eternal rival


TOP 5:

Hugo Sanchez (Atletico de Madrid - Real Madrid)

Hugo Sanchez (Atletico de Madrid - Real Madrid)
The Mexican who was Pichichi with Atletico in the 1984/85 season signs his contract with Real the following season, the triangle mattress directive negotiating via the Pumas of the UNAM, to avoid discomfort of his hobby

TOP 4:

Michael Laudrup (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)

Michael Laudrup (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)
Cruyff sent him to the bank repeatedly while he was in Barcelona, in revenge he decided to go with Real Madrid and take revenge

TOP 3:

Mario Götze (Borussia Dortmund - Bayern Munidch)

Mario Götze (Borussia Dortmund - Bayern Munidch)
Absolute idol in his club, with which he was champion of the Bundesliga twice, accepted the proposal of Bayern dePep to move to Munich. Several nuclei of the Westfalenstadion fans call him Judas

TOP 2:

Luis Enrique (Real Madrid - FC Barcelona)

Luis Enrique (Real Madrid - FC Barcelona)
One of the most media Spanish players of the 90s. In his first decade he shone with the colors of Real Madrid, but in the summer of 96 he did not agree with the club to renew and ended up signing with the top rival


TOP 1:

Luis Figo (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)

Luis Figo (FC Barcelona - Real Madrid)
The Portuguese end was the most beloved soccer player for the Barca fans, but in the summer of the year 2000 Florentino Pérez broke into the scene with his millions and took him to the merengue club.