On August 4, 2001, one of the most coveted talents in world football, Ronaldinho made his debut on European turf, playing for French club Paris St. Germain. He would eventually turn out to be one of the greatest players to have graced European football, playing for European giants such as PSG, Barcelona and AC Milan.
When Neymar decided to join PSG from Brazilian giants Gremio, everyone was shocked including the President of Gremio. He had caught the eye of Barcelona, AC Milan, Arsenal and Lazio but opted to move to Paris St. Germain for a fee of £5 million. His debut for PSG came against Auxerre in a 1-1 draw as a substitute off the bench. He would stay on at PSG for two seasons, scoring 25 goals and assisting 18 goals in 86 appearances for the club. His performances there would earn him a €30 million move to Barcelona and the rest is history.
At Barcelona, he would become the undisputed best player in the world winning every possible team and individual honours. He would leave Barcelona in 2008 and would join Italian giants AC Milan, where he would stay on for another three seasons before moving back to his home country of Brazil, playing for four different clubs. He would never re-capture his Barcelona and PSG magic though, but is still considered to be one of the greatest and most skillful players the game of football has ever seen.