- Cristiano Ronaldo's outfit on his Man United's contract signing is something fans still cherish
- The five-time Ballon winner won three Premier League titles and one Champions League trophy
- Ronaldo left Old Trafford after six years for Real Madrid before leaving for Juventus in 2018
Cristiano Ronaldo left his boyhood club Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United in 2003 after dazzling the Premier League in a pre-season friendly, Sport Bible.
Alex Ferguson could not take his eyes off the talented teenager who single-handedly made a meal of his world-class defenders.
Ronaldo then joined the Red Devils and on the day of his official contract signing, he wore a long-sleeve shirt designed with many colours in drafts and blue boot-cut jeans along with a black shoe.
Ronaldo, Messi drop out of world's most valuable players as Mbappe, Premier League stars dominate top 10 list
The Portuguese's outfit 18 years after has become something that thrilled fans on social media.
Ronaldo spent six seasons at the Theatre of Dreams and went on to win a Champions League title for United before joining Real Madrid.
He also became the first player in the Premier League to win the world's best player after helping United win Europe's elite competition.
CR7 spent nine years at the Santiago Bernabeu and won two La Liga as well as four Champions League trophies before joining Juventus in 2018.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the world's most valuable top ten players have been released and Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel and conspicuously missing on the list, The Sun.
The British news media outlet quoted the KPMG with the players that are worth hundreds of millions in the transfer market.
It was no surprise that Paris Saint Germain's Kylian Mbappe topped the list as the French striker is now worth a mouthwatering £159million.
Akan Anwankwo is a sports editor with Legit.ng and has 7 years of field and office experience. He graduated from the University of Lagos in 2014 with a Bachelors degree in English and Literature Studies. Akan intends to educate, inform and make readers passionate about sports. Learn more about him on his Twitter handle: @ anwankwo_akan