A-List footballers’ Instagram accounts you should follow
The arrival of social media has given us a reason to peek into the lives of A-list celebrities around the world. We no longer have to wait by the TV or buy a tabloid to find out the top gossips or news regarding them. Although footballers are not celebrities per se, they are pretty damn influential and have a huge following on their social media accounts.
Here are our top 6 footballers’ Instagram account that we think you should follow as soon as possible:
CRISTIANO RONALDO – 146 Million followers
The most sought-after footballer not only posts football-related posts, he also shares with us his cute little family for us to die in envy.
NEYMAR JR. – 105 million followers
Neymar isn’t shy to boast his “atas” lifestyle and his amazingly good looks on his public profiles. There’s one downside when following him though – his captions are mostly in Portuguese.
MARIO BALOTELLI – 7.8 Million followers
He may not have hundred million followers but he is one funny dude, and that translates really well in his pictures! Example as below:
DAVID BECKHAM – 32 Million Followers
Ever since his retirement from professional football, David has been playing the role of the ultimate “daddy”. We still can’t believe how much his kids have grown because David still looks as handsome as he ever did 20 years ago.
JAMES RODRIGUEZ – 40.4 million followers
We all know that James loves to fly on his private jet because he loves showing it in many different occasions off to his followers. But apart from that, deep down instead the 27-year-old really is just like any other boy….
ALEXIS SANCHEZ – 9.6million followers
He doesn’t have kids but he does have a couple of furry children that he loves to show off to us. And that is something we can never resist!
Who else do you think we should follow on Instagram? Share with us in the comments!
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