Cristiano Ronaldo, often referred to as CR7, is known for his exceptional skills as a player, with a strong personality that reflects in his game. However, despite having a strong personality, he doesn’t have any tattoos on his body. In contrast, his friend and worthy opponent,
Lionel Messi, has many tattoos on his body. When asked about this in an interview, Ronaldo explained that he doesn’t have tattoos because he hates the process and wants it to be quick and simple.
He added that donating blood makes him happy because he knows he is helping someone else.
Mohamed Salah, also known as the “King of Egypt” by fans, is currently the number one striker for Liverpool. He doesn’t have any tattoos on his body, which he explained is due to his Muslim religion.
He said he doesn’t like tattoos and doesn’t change his hairstyle or dance. He just wants to play football.
Kylian Mbappé, the young French striker on the payroll of PSG club, is a promising group of players for the Ballon d’Or.
He refuses to get tattoos on his body, partly because he is a huge fan of CR7, but also because he is too young and doesn’t have that hobby. However, in the future, if there is, it will not be surprising because of this.
Gareth Bale, one of the world’s best wingers, also decided to refuse tattoos. Bale explained that his father, as well as his family, didn’t like it. He once shared how shocked his father was when he wore an earring during a meal in a restaurant.
These footballers are showing that tattoos don’t define who you are as a player or a person, and they have their own reasons for not getting inked.
They are inspiring their fans to be true to themselves and follow their beliefs, even if it goes against the norm. It’s a reminder that everyone is unique and that individuality should be celebrated.