Ronaldo developed from a tricky winger into a goal machine while at Manchester United, and Real Madrid shattered the transfer world record in 2009 to land the Portugal star after a long pursuit. He has since become Madrid’s all-time leading goalscorer.Juventus paid the release clause in Higuain’s Napoli contract last summer to land the Argentinian who had scored an all-time record 36 goals in a Serie A season. Promptly scored 32 goals in all competitions last season.The Welshman shone in the Premier League and Europe for Tottenham, and Real Madrid had to break the world transfer record to take him to the Bernabeu in 2013. Madrid have secured three Champions League trophies during his four seasons at the club.