10. Lillian Thuram
The most capped Frenchman in history left Monaco for Parma in 1996, helping them win undreamt honours, including the UEFA Cup and two domestic Cups. Snapped up by Juve in 2002, his classy contributions saw them win four titles and several Italian and international Super Cups. A tough uncompromising guardian who excelled at both centre-back and right-back.
9. Alessandro Nesta
An intelligent, elegant defender, who graduated through the Lazio academy to captain the club through its most successful era, winning a Scudetto and a Cup-Winners Cup along the way. Admired worldwide he moved to Milan for Ј25m in 2002 and proceeded to add to his long list of honours and trophies, including two Champions League wins, another Scudetto plus of course the World Cup.
8. Paolo Maldini
One of the world’s best full-backs and a true Milan legend. Over his 25 seasons he helped his beloved Rossoneri win seven Scudetti, five European Cups and 12 other international trophies. He made his Serie A debut in 1984 and retired last season with over 900 appearances to his name. In his honour Milan retired his No 3 shirt.
7. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
The enigmatic Swedish striker cost Juventus almost Ј13m from Ajax in 2004 and scored 23 goals over two seasons. However, with Juve’s relegation Ibracadabra angled for a move and Inter paid out almost Ј17m for him in 2006. Not only a scorer of great goals but a great goal scorer, Ibra’s amazing skills rocketed him to superstardom with Inter Coach Jose Mourinho calling him the best player in the world. Over the last summer he moved on once again, this time to Barcelona for a reported Ј69m fee.
6. Pavel Nedved
After almost 20 years at the top, the Czech left-sided midfielder retired last season. He left Sparta Prague in 1996 for Lazio and scored the Cup-Winners Cup’s last goal as Lazio beat Mallorca 2-1. In 2001 he moved to Juventus to replace the almost irreplaceable Zidane. However, the stylish midfielder proved up to the task and helped Juve to a run of four Serie A titles over the next five years.
5. Francesco Totti
Dripping pure class the Giallorossi talisman has it all, technical ability, skill and a vision to die for. Never actually won much with his hometown club, apart from a Scudetto of course, he is nonetheless absolutely worshipped by the red half of Rome. Can play anywhere up front, on his own, as part of an attacking trio or as a playmaker, where he excels and stands out head and shoulders above many of his contemporaries. The ultimate one club player.
4. Alessandro Del Piero
Probably one of Juve’s most successful players and certainly the most loved, the skillful forward arrived from Padova in 1993 and has been truly outstanding since day one. He is Juve’s all time top scorer and holder of the record amount of appearances. Under Coach Marcello Lippi, his magic inspired one of the club’s most successful spells, winning five Serie A titles between 1995 and 2003 along with the Champions League in 1996.
3. Andriy Shevchenko
During his first seven seasons with Milan, Sheva was the hottest hitman in the world. Leaving Dynamo Kiev in 1999 for a record fee of almost Ј20m, he became the first straniero to win the Capocannoniere crown in his debut season, with 24 goals in 32 games. He also scored the winning penalty as Milan won the Champions League in 2003 before leaving for Chelsea in 2006. The Ukrainian international scored a tremendous 127 goals in 208 games for the Italians.
Although principally a midfielder the Brazilian ace scored some 70 goals over his six seasons in Serie A. Arriving from Sao Paulo in 2003, he immediately settled into the first team, helping Milan win the title in his debut term. Adored for his fancy football that always had an end product, his amazing skills have been recognized with dozens of individual awards. He left for Real Madrid last summer for over Ј50m.
1. Gianluigi Buffon
Easily the best ‘keeper on the whole planet, he started with Parma netting the headlines with his bravo show against Milan at just 17. Moved to Juventus in 2001 for a world record fee and was one of the reasons Italy won the World Cup – stupendous is not the word. Won Serie A’s best goalkeeper for seven seasons. Still on top of his game for both club and country and almost irreplaceable.
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В списке есть 4 игрока Милана (и только один нынеиграющий), 4 Юве (2 нынеиграющих), 1 Ромы и 1 Интера. Как это показательно