Manchester United is the most followed football club in the world. They have always been one of the biggest club in England as well as of whole world. Many great players have played for them in their rich history, and today let us have a look at 12 best Manchester United players ever in this ‘Man Utd legends list’.
Here is the list of 12 best Manchester United players ever–
12. Peter Schmeichel
Schmeichel ,the Danish goalkeeper had a formidable penalty box presence, he was captain in the historic treble season in 1999. The Great Dane could not only make the acrobatic saves, but was also able to marshal the side’s defenders in front of him with a resounding authority. Schmeichel made 292 appearances in eight memorable seasons with the club.
11. Cristiano Ronaldo
Signed by United as successor to David Beckham in 2003. The Portuguese winger inspired United to the 2008 Champions League crown before leaving for Real Madrid in 2009 for a world record £80m fee.
Arriving as a skinny kid with spangly hair, the Portuguese spent six years at Old Trafford dazzling United fans with amazing skills, fantastic finishing and thrilling pieces of play that live long in the memory. His 42-goal campaign in 2007-08 led United to a domestic and European double, and he remains a club idol seven years on from his departure and also earned himself a place among Man Utd legends.
10. Bryan Robson
Known as ‘Captain Marvel’, Robson remains the longest-serving skipper in the club’s history after joining from West Brom in 1981. Bryan Robson was an elite midfieler and a great leader. With a great tackling game and the willingness to go on long, driving runs with the ball seemingly stuck to his left foot, ‘Robbo’ gave United fans plenty to cheer about during a barren championship run.
He was aggressive and relentless, but also a creative box-to-box player with supreme technique and regarded by many as one of the best Manchester United players ever.
9. Roy Keane
Roy Keane was one of the best Manchester United players ever and an another inspirational captain. The Irishman was physical and tenacious in defence, but also a vastly underrated technical player.
If there is one moment to define his Old Trafford career, it would be his stirring Champions League performance against Juventus in the 1999 semi-final.
He made 480 appearances during a twelve-year spell at Old Trafford, which included eight years as captain.