Players are typically bought due to their outstanding performances at their previous clubs. After a player is bought, he is expected to bring a positive impact to the team. He is expected to perform the way he did at his former club. Centre forward players are bought to increase the number of goals scored by the team, midfielders are bought to create chances in the match and provide assists for the forwards, while defenders are bought to increase the defense of the club.
There are some players who have been able to maintain their scoring records after joining new clubs. They have continued to score more goals for their new teams. Below are five players who maintained their goal records after joining new teams:
1. Ibrahimovic: Ibrahimovic has played for a lot of European clubs since he began his football career. He has played for Ajax, Barcelona, AC Milan, Juventus, PSG, and Manchester United. Ibrahimovic maintained his goal records at each of these clubs.
2. Lewandoski: Lewandoski is currently one of the best centre forwards in the world. Lewandoski was bought from Borrusia Dorthmond. Lewandoski has scored a lot of goals for Bayern Munich within a very short time.
3. Cristiano Ronaldo: Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the greatest players ever. Ronaldo became popular after he joined Manchester United. He had an impressive record with Manchester United before he joined Real Madrid and Juventus. He has maintained his goal-scoring records with these clubs. He is also having a great time at Manchester United.
4. Kylian Mbappe: Kylian Mbappe plays as a centre forward for Paris Saint-Germain. He was bought from Monaco. Since he joined PSG, Mbappe has scored a lot of goals.
5. Luis Suarez: Suarez is an Atletico Madrid center forward. Before joining Atletico Madrid, he played for Barcelona and Liverpool. Suarez has scored over twenty goals in his first season for Atletico Madrid. He has been able to maintain his goal record after joining a new club.
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