Arsenal and Real Madrid legend looks unrecognisable with silver hair – but can you guess who it is?

THIS former Arsenal and Real Madrid legend looks unrecognisable with silver hair.

But can you guess who it is?


The 54-year-old looks a world away from the striker who lit up European football in the 90s.

Recognise him yet?

Yes, it is none other than former goal machine Davor Suker.

The six-time Croatian Footballer of the Year was one of the continent’s top forwards during his heyday, netting an incredible 285 career goals.

Suker’s first senior appearance came with Osijek in 1985, where he scored 40 goals before netting another 39 with Dinamo Zagreb.

Suker secured a move to Sevilla in 1991 before scoring 90 times in five seasons.


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He then joined Real Madrid in 1996 before netting 29 goals in his first season, with a further 20 goals coming over the next two campaigns.

Suker won La Liga and the Champions League during his time at the Bernabeu, while also finishing second in the 1998 Ballon d’Or.

He then earned a move to Arsenal, scoring 11 times before a spell at West Ham.

Suker then spent his twilight years in the Bundesliga with 1860 Munich before hanging up his boots in 2003.


The hitman also played 69 times for Croatia, scoring an amazing 45 goals and leading his side to third place at the 1998 World Cup.

After his playing career ended, Suker became president of the Croatian FA in 2012.

But he was removed from power in last year’s elections, being replaced by Marijan Kustic.

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