In the game of football, it seems every player has ink one part of the body or the other. The tattoo most times is symbolic, mostly meanings best known to the player. There not many footballers out there without inkless. We bring you five unique rare footballers without tattoos.
1. N’kolo Kante
No surprise Kante doesn’t have tattoo.. he’s just a humble footballer who seeks no attention, nor let his wealth influence his kind of person. He has absolutely nothing in common with his colleagues on the pitch. The World Cup winner started his professional career at Boulogne now with Chelsea in England. Of all the flamboyant lifestyle portray by footballers he chooses to ride on a mini hatch car.
2. Cristiano Ronaldo
The most famous footballer on the planet on why he doesn’t have tattoo; ‘I don’t have tattoos because I donate blood very often,” Ronaldo claims. “It doesn’t cost anything,” he added. “It’s a simple process and then you feel happy because you know you are helping another person.”
Ronaldo also became a bone marrow donor after witnessing the struggles of a teammate’s child.
“It was the time when Carlos [Martins] was with us on the national team. He told us about the problem with his son and we, the players, showed great unity to help him and his son because we knew it was a very complicated situation,
“[Donating bone marrow] is something a lot of people think is a difficult thing to do but it’s nothing more than drawing blood and doesn’t hurt.
“I did it many years ago and if I had to do it again I would because this is a very serious disease for many children and we need to help them.”
3. Mohammed Salah
Maybe you might have seen these tweets about the African Prince of soccer.
“I don’t have tattoos, I don’t change hairstyles, I don’t know how to dance, I just want to play football;”.
That’s sum up why the Liverpool star doesn’t ink his body. He just wanna play football.
4. David Luiz
He doesn’t have the weird mark due to his utmost respect for his religion “Christianity ” he named Brazilian legend Kaka as his role model who in turn is tattoo less. Out of the eleven Brazilian players who play against Croatia on June 12th at the 2014 World Cup, he was the only one without a tattoo and it remains so.
5. Andrés Iniesta
The 34-year-old retired from international football just after the 2018 world cup in Russia. He also left his childhood club Barcelona having won 32 trophies in all competitions. Iniesta says he prefer to remain original.