A portion of sports' most notable figures has vowed their steadfastness to the Wild Cat.
Puma has for quite some time been a major part of the activewear business, known for their offbeat plans and, obviously, the competitors who wear them. Taking on Adidas and Nike, the Germany-based organization flaunts competitors like Lewis Hamilton, Usain Bolt, Virat Kohli, Sunil Chhetri, Pep Guardiola, Thomas Tuchel, and Antonio Conte among its positions.
Puma didn't have Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, however, they had a couple of conspicuous players, including the best. Pele, Diego Maradona, Lothar Matthäus, Thierry Henry, Didier Deschamps, George Best, Johan Cruyff.
Sooner or later during their professions, Pele, Diego Maradona, Lothar Matthäus, Thierry Henry, Didier Deschamps, George Best, Johan Cruyff, and Eusébio all wore Puma boots.
How about we investigate the footballers who are making Puma pleased right away.
5. Sergio Kum Aguero
Sergio Aguero is a striker who plays for Manchester City.
For as far back as a decade, Puma has been home to Manchester City's unequaled driving goalscorer and the Premier League's top-scoring worldwide player. From that point forward, the striker has driven Puma's endeavors to take advantage of the South American market.
The Argentine is wearing Ultra 1.2, which is worked to improve the striker's capacity, which incorporates his speed and force created by his legs. Throughout the long term, the entirety of Aguero's boots has been intended to be light, considering quick development and speed increase.
4. Luis Suarez ( Uruguayan footballer ).
Luis Suarez is the third most significant standard scorer in FC Barcelona history and the one who is right now driving the Atletico Madrid objective scoring graphs.
Since his appearance in LaLiga, the Uruguayan has amassed more than 161 objectives and 80 helps, just as scoring the most objectives in the Spanish first division in the 2015-16 season, with Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi completing second and seventh, separately.
Suarez has been known as the substance of Puma Future 2.1, which is made with the second era of manufactured sew known as Netfit. On account of the net's cover, it offers a superb grasp when in contact with the ball.
3. Marco Reus
In Europe, the German worldwide has become the essence of Puma. While wounds have thwarted Marco Reus' initial guarantee, he has a ton of potential.
Reus has played around 300 games for the Black and Yellow, scoring 133 objectives and helping on 91 events.
In 2021, Reus has been donning Puma Future 5.1 Netfit soccer spikes. The boots include a solitary piece sew upper with NETFIT innovation, empowering the player to go with ideal fit and spryness during the game.
It has a GripControl Pro layer added to key contact regions to improve first touch and control even at high rates, which is ideal for Reus' playing style.
2. Antoine Griezmann.
Since joining FC Barcelona, the French striker has missed the mark concerning his expectations, yet there is no rejecting that he is a fabulous objective scorer.
Griezmann, the 2018 FIFA World Cup champion, has been with PUMA for longer than 10 years, and the boot creator has consistently seen him as their banner carrier.
Griezmann is wearing Ultra SL, which is made of manufactured microfiber that mixes in consummately with the Evoknit collar.
This material is custom-made to the lower leg and offers extraordinary solace. A light and touchy Pebax sole satisfies the needs of the striker.
1. Neymar Jr. ( Brazilian footballer ).
Neymar Jr. drives the Puma group against Nike's Cristiano Ronaldo and Adidas' Lionel Messi. The Brazilian had been with Nike since his presentation with Santos, however, he later moved to Puma for a record €25 million offer.
He is as of now wearing the Puma Future Z 1.1, which was planned and designed to supplement the flexible playmaker's playing style.
The FUTURE Z is furnished with an imaginative FUZIONFIT+ pressure band to give ideal lock-in and support for touchy development, which helps in his unmistakable spilling.
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