5. Roberto Baggio
Even though Baggio really rose to superstardom at Juventus, he did not miss the chance to show his brilliance for both Milan clubs.
⚽ Goal of the Day 💥
Roberto Baggio freezes the keeper with free-kick magic ✨ Hats off 🎩
Palla nel 7⃣: il "Divin Codino" dipinge calcio 🎨🖌 pic.twitter.com/VKeppGW28B
— AC Milan (@acmilan) June 10, 2018
‘The Divine Ponytail’ was regarded as one of the best players in the world during the ’90s. He joined AC Milan in 1995 after a successful five-year spell with Juventus.
Roberto Baggio won the Serie A in his first season with the Rossoneri and left the club in 1997 for Bologna.
The Italian football legend scored 22 Serie A goals for Bologna and convinced his favourite childhood club Inter to sign him in the following summer.
However, this proved to be an unfortunate move, as with all the injuries, disappointing results and several managerial changes throughout the season Baggio struggled to gain playing time. He spent two seasons with Inter, scoring 17 goals for the club.