Several Footballers in the world such as Lionel Messi, David Beckham and Sergio Ramos have ink on their bodies. More often than not, these tattoos have symbolic meanings, sometimes representing a personal milestone in their career, while others are a tribute to special people in their lives. In this article, we take a look at some remarkable tattoos of two famous footballers.
Nyemar da Silva Santos Júnior is a Brazilian professional Footballer who plays as a forward for the French club, Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) and the Brazillian National Team.
Neymar adorns the No.10 Jersey and is considered one of the best players of the world for his pace, finishing, dribbling skills and the ability to play with both feet equally.
Neymar was transferred by to Barcelona to PSG for a fee of €222 Million in 2017 making him one of the most expensive player in the world ever. Neymar is a huge fan of getting tattooed and his body is filled with many interesting ones. These are the tattoos
Lionel Messi is a Barcelona and football legend has been going under the needle to cover his several parts of the body with ink for quite a while. Messi took inspiration from his teammate Dani Alves who is known for his full body tats. Apparently, Messi was initially afraid of the pain so, he got his wife Antonella to get a tattoo first, and later, when he got his first tat, there was no stopping. The star has now collected some pretty impressive inks on his back, arm, and legs. Each of his tattoos holds a personal significance for him. Let’s take a look at Lionel Messi’s tattoos and their meaning.
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