Every player has a story, and football is a sport where you'll never be short of stories. There's the iconic story about Ronaldo's childhood where he threw a chair at his teacher who said he'll never be rich; then there's story about Beckham who was considered 'too pretty' for a footballer. Every day these footballers write a new chapter in their book, and when we look back, it seems surreal where they started from.

On the topic of roots, many footballers despite their flamboyant purchases came from considerable poverty. So today we at would like to show how the homes of these 7 footballers transformed, thanks to them making it big in their life.

1 David Beckham

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David Beckham is probably modern football's most iconic superstar. From his humble upbringings to Manchester, Madrid, LA, Paris etc. he's the epitome of glamor. His house is nothing short of glamorous at all.

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2Zlatan Ibrahimovic

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Seems like Ibra was born and raised in wealth. The picture on the left is a mansion he bought early on in his career.

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3Cristiano Ronaldo

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'That boy knew'. From his poverty-stricken, often troubled upbringings to being the highest paid footballer, CR7's home is a perfect testament to how far he's come.

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4Gareth Bale

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The Welshman's embarked on a spectacular journey which started from Wales to London where he announced himself on the world stage with Spurs to Madrid. His Madrid home certainly feels luxurious.

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5Leo Messi

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Wherever you go, Leo Messi would find a way to secure a top spot on any list. Wherever there's Ronaldo, Messi would be making an appearance and this list is no exception.

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6Neymar

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Wherever you go, Leo Messi would find a way to secure a top spot on any list. Wherever there's Ronaldo, Messi would be making an appearance and this list is no exception.

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7Wayne Rooney

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Wayne Rooney is one of the greatest ever scorers in Premier League history. He came a long way from Merseyside to Manchester and back to Merseyside.

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