Former Portugal captain Luis Figo, backing Portugal-Spain to win the rights to host the 2018 World Cup, has warned his former Real Madrid team-mate David Beckham, saying that England would end up disappointed.
Sydney FC Football Manager Dave Mason told the Sydney Morning Herald that a player of Figo’s stature would be perfect for the A-League club.
Luis Figo was the subject of a highly controversial transfer in the summer of 2000, when he quit Barcelona for rivals Real Madrid for a then world record fee of €58,5m.
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