Today we are looking at a very interesting topic. The reason why fans asked for the signatures of players.
You normally see players chasing and calling players to put their signatures on their books or papers. This usually happens in Europe possible because fans in African do not know the actual reason or benefit in it.
After taking the signatures of the players, the fans make money from it through auction sales to gambling companies in Europe and other interested companies.
Each player signature is valued based on his influence in the game. Surprisingly, both Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi are could not make even the top 5 most expensive signatures in world football.
Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero tops the list followed by former England international David Beckham.
Below are the list of top 17 most expensive signatures in Football;
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