These are some of the greatest Juventus players of all time
Being one of the best clubs in history, Juventus has given us some of the greatest players in history. Without wasting the time, let’s see the list.
Top 10 greatest Juventus players of all time:
1. Michel Platini – Primarily an attacking midfielder, Platini’s game awareness coupled with his set-piece ability made him a force to be reckoned with for Juventus. He spearheaded the club to two Serie A titles and a European Cup.
2. Gianluigi Buffon – Buffon is one of the greatest goalkeepers we have ever seen. He broke Paolo Maldini’s all-time record of 647 appearances. With a staggering 10 Serie A titles to his name, Buffon is still going strong at the age of 42.
3. Zinedine Zidane – Zinedine Zidane is hailed as one of the greatest players in the club’s history. He won two Serie A titles and several other honours with Juventus in his five-year stint. Zidane is hailed as one of the most naturally gifted players to have ever graced the game.
4. Paolo Rossi – Rossi became the first player in history to lead the goalscorers chart in the Serie B and Serie A in successive seasons. He helped the Bianconeri win two Serie A titles and their first-ever European Cup in the years that followed.
5. Dino Zoff – The Italian goalkeeper set an unbelievable record of playing 330 Serie A games in a row, a record that stands till date. Zoff holds several long-standing Serie A records and is undoubtedly an all-time great.
6. Alessandro Del Piero – Del Pierro is arguably the greatest attacker in the club’s illustrious history and spent nearly two decades in Turin. He won six Serie A titles and was also the club’s top scorer in the Champions League.
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7. Roberto Bettega – With seven Serie A titles and several other domestics, Bettega helped oversee an era of dominance for the Bianconeri. In 326 appearances for Juventus, the legendary striker scored 129 league goals for the club.
8. Giorgio Chiellini – Chiellini is one of two active players on the list continues to play a big role for the Bianconeri despite being 35 years of age. He has won 17 trophies with Bianconeri till date.
9. Pavel Nedved – Juventus won successive Serie A titles between 2001 and 2003, with Nedved in the thick of the action from an advanced midfield position. Nedved also won the Ballon d’Or in 2003 ahead of illustrious names such as Thierry Henry and Paolo Maldini.
10. Giampiero Boniperti – Boniperti was Juventus’ all-time top scorer and appearance maker, before Alessandro Del Piero broke both those records. He won five Serie A titles and a Golden Boot to his name.