Who is wearing number 7 in Mancity?

But more may become available if current players leave the club this summer. Cristiano Ronaldo was given special dispensation to nab the No.7 Manchester United jersey from Edinson Cavani last year in August, but a player must usually wear the same number all season.

Will Ronaldo wear the number 7 jersey in Manchester United?

Cristiano Ronaldo will wear the No 7 shirt again at Manchester United after the club was granted dispensation by the Premier League to allocate him the number.

Who wore number 7 jersey after Ronaldo?

The likes of George Best, Eric Cantona and David Beckham have all worn the number seven before Ronaldo and the Portuguese International ultimately lived up to the enormous expectation that comes with the jersey.

Who played in the number 7 shirt for Manchester United?

As we all know, the no. 7 is a special shirt in the history of United. It has previously been worn by club icons like George Best, Bryan Robson, Eric Cantona and David Beckham. Now, it returns to the man who succeeded Beckham in it, Ronaldo.

Who is Chelsea’s number 7?

N’Golo Kanté
N’Golo Kanté (born 29 March 1991) is a French professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Premier League club Chelsea and the France national team.

Who is number 7 in Liverpool?

James Milner
LFC Squad Numbers

7 James Milner
8 Naby Keïta
9 Roberto Firmino
10 Sadio Mane
11 Mohammed Salah

When did Ronaldo get number 7?

#7 Cristiano Ronaldo

Season club
09/10 Real Madrid 9
08/09 Manchester United 7
07/08 Manchester United 7
06/07 Manchester United 7

How did Ronaldo get number 7 again?

Cristiano Ronaldo has thanked Edinson Cavani for allowing him to wear the No 7 shirt at Manchester United after the club was given special dispensation from the Premier League to make the switch. Cavani began the campaign with the iconic number worn by George Best, Eric Cantona, David Beckham, and Ronaldo himself.

Who had 7 before Ronaldo?

CR7: The man, the myth, the legend 28, the number he wore for Sporting Lisbon. It was Sir Alex Ferguson who was the driving force behind changing his jersey number to the iconic United No. 7, previously worn by the likes of David Beckham, George Best and Eric Cantona.