6 – Luis Figo (90 rating)
One of the greats in Portuguese football history, Figo was as good as he was controversial.
After joining Barcelona from Sporting Lisbon in 1995, he did the unthinkable and switched to Real Madrid five years later. A success at both clubs, as well as Inter Milan, the attacking midfielder won 127 caps for his country. However, he fell short of Euro 2004 glory in a final on home soil.
91 dribbling, 87 passing and 83 pace show what Figo could do either out wide or through the middle, and he’s also given 80 shooting, 66 heading and 52 defending.