2. Ronaldo Nazario
Ronaldo Luiz Nazario de Lima was one of those rare players you simply cannot hate, regardless of which team he played for.
On this day in 1997, Ronaldo Nazário scored his first goal for Inter Milan… He went onto win the Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year that year. pic.twitter.com/bdI5kWVq6h
— Old Days Football (@OldDaysFootball) September 14, 2018
Ronaldo joined Inter from Barcelona in 1997. Despite all the injuries during his time with the club, the Brazilian managed to leave a strong mark, appearing in 99 matches and scoring 59 goals in the process.
He moved to Real Madrid following the 2002 FIFA World Cup glory and returned to Italy in January 2007.
The striker signed for AC Milan now and made a strong start, netting seven goals in 14 appearances in his first six months with the club.
Unfortunately, Ronaldo suffered another injury, which put an early end to his second, and final season with the Rossoneri.