Top 5 footballers who have played for 3 clubs or more

Football is filled with characters, while some being passionate about playing for one club and becoming Greats through the journey while the others feel they can produce the same magic across different clubs.
We will be listing out the top 5 players who played for multiple clubs during their time under the sun.
The Portuguese giant played for Manchester United, Real Madrid and currently plies his trade with Juventus.
Cristiano Ronaldo started off his career at Sporting CP before Manchester United bought him, where he grew into an absolute world beater scoring 84 goals in 196 appearances.
He won many honours with the Red Devils including a hat-trick of Premier League titles in successive seasons alongside the FA Cup and UEFA Champions League titles.
During his stint at Manchester United, he even won the FIFA Ballon D’or in 2008 and the European Golden Boot for his exploits in the 2007-08 season.
He has credited his success to Manchester United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson who took him under his wing and made this boy a man.
Ronaldo then shifted base to Real Madrid where he became a legend and is fondly known as Mr.Champions League.
Cristiano is the highest goal scorer in the history of Real Madrid with 450 goals and has won many accolades which includes the La Liga title in 2011-12, 2016-17.
He also won 4 Champions League titles and four Ballon D’or awards during his stint with the club.
He then moved onto Italy where he plays for Juventus and has won a couple of Serie A titles to keep his glittering career filled with trophies.
A true great and absolute giant of the game is Cristiano Ronaldo as he keeps setting higher bars of success.
ImageSuaréz started his career at Nacional in Uruguay before moving to Ajax where he won the Eredivisie in 2010-11.
He then moved to England where he played for Liverpool for 3 years and won the Premier League Golden Boot in the 2013-14 season. Suaréz fell just short of winning the Premier League title but managed an English League Cup honour with the Reds.
The Uruguayan then shifted base to Barcelona where he excelled and won many major honours and score loads loads of goals.
In his 6-year stint with the Catalan Club, he scored 147 goals and won 4 La Liga titles, 4 Copa Del Ray titles and a Champions League medal (2014-15 season).
He now plays for Atletico Madrid as of 2020/21 where he hopes to win more silverware.
ImageUndoubtedly one of Brazil’s and the world’s most prolific strikers, Ronaldo played for seven clubs namely Cruzeiro, PSV Eindhoven, Barcelona, Inter Milan, Real Madrid, AC Milan and Corianthians during his time.
The two-time World Cup winner won domestic honours in all clubs particularly Barcelona, Inter Milan and Real Madrid including a La Liga, Copa Del Ray and a UEFA Super Cup.
He was part of the famous Galácticos of Los Blancos and was one of the most gifted ball strikers in the history of the game.
The Brazilian won the FIFA Ballon D’or in 1997 and 2002.
ImageThe Swede continues to play the game and has represented 9 clubs at the highest-level being Malmo FF, Ajax, Juventus, Inter Milan, Barcelona, AC Milan (inclusive of a loan spell), Paris St Germain, Manchester United, La Galaxy.
He is often known for his aggressive persona and antics but when on the field, he is a man on a mission and there is guaranteed passion from this bloke.
Several domestic titles have come his way during his illustrated career which includes 3 Serie A titles with Inter, La Liga title with Barcelona, another Serie A with AC Milan and four consecutive Ligue 1 titles with Paris St Germain.
The Swedish striker even won a hat-trick of titles at Manchester United. He currently plays in the Serie A for AC Milan and is still plundering goals for fun.
ImageThe Welshman was touted as a future great from a very early age due to his striking ability and understanding of the game.
He started off his career at Southampton before moving to Tottenham Hotspur where he is regarded as one of the greatest players to have represented the club.
In his six-year tenure at Spurs, he scored 42 goals before moving to Zinedine Zidane’s Real Madrid in 2013. This turned out to be the biggest move of his career as it paid off and how.
Under Zizou, the Welshman flourished and was part of the victorious side of Los Blancos team who won the Champions League in 2013-14, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18.
The La Liga title also did not escape his grasp as he won that honor twice.
Bale scored 80 goals for Real Madrid before moving to Tottenham in a season long loan deal, where he currently plays.


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