At Old Trafford, Cristiano Ronaldo, a star for Manchester United, currently dons the No. 7 jersey.
Cristiano Ronaldo is anticipated to leave Manchester United after the current campaign. Thus, the club’s renowned No. 7 shirt will soon be available for purchase once more.
Alejandro Garnacho, an 18-year-old who is currently the talk of Old Trafford, may end up being the next player to wear the jersey as Jadon Sancho struggles.
It was worn by George Best while he was at Old Trafford, and stories about the Northern Ireland international are still circulated the globe today.
After joining United from Leeds in 1992, France international Eric Cantona helped the club win four Premier League championships, turning himself into a United legend in the process.
Next was David Beckham, who was followed by Ronaldo, who took over as the No. 7 after leaving Sporting Lisbon 19 years earlier.
And Ronaldo now sports it after assuming Edinson Cavani’s digit following the latter’s return to Hollywood in 2021.
But Ronaldo is anticipated to leave the team at the end of the current campaign.
Erik ten Hag made it clear that he wanted the 37-year-old to stay when the Portugal international expressed a desire to leave in the summer.
However, Ronaldo has had a tumultuous relationship with the United manager thus far this season, and a breakup appears more and more likely.
If and when Ronaldo receives the new challenge he seeks, Sancho is widely believed to be the next player to wear the No. 7 jersey.
However, with the Argentine international in outstanding form, Garnacho appears to be made for the uniform right now.
The 18-year-old was in the cold at the beginning of the season after upsetting Ten Hag and Bruno Fernandes with some poor attitude on their pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia.