AC Milan used to be one of the best club in the world, they have lifted seven Champions League trophies that makes them the second highest after Real Madrid who have won nine times. AC Milan is still one of the biggest European club though they have lost their form.
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Here are the top five legends in the history of AC Milan.
5. Andriy Shevchenko (1999-2006 and 2008-2009)
Shevchenko spent two spells at AC Milan. His first spell was of seven years and due to this spell he is on number five while his second spell was of only a year in which he failed to score a goal in Serie A.
Shevchenko scored 59 goals in the Champions League that makes him the third highest scorer in the history of CPL. Out of these 59, he scored 37 for Milan.
4. Kaka (2003-2009 and 2012-present)
Kaka rejoined AC Milan last year after playing four seasons at Real Madrid. This season, Kaka has scored 6 goals and set up 4 in 23 games in all competitions.
Before joining Madrid, he spent six seasons at Milan where he netted 95 goals in 270 games. He won Serie A, Supercoppa Italiana, Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup during his first spell.
3. Marco Van Basten (1988-1995)
The 49 year old former Milan striker spent eight season in Italy with Milan after leaving Ajax in 1987. The Dutch striker scored 124 goals 201 appearances. Currently he is managing Heerenveen (Dutch club).
2. Clarence Seedorf (2002-2012)
The guy who played ten seasons at San Siro is on number two. Seedorf played 432 games in his AC Milan career. The Dutch star player won everything with Milan including two Serie A titles and two Champions League titles. Currently he is the manager of AC Milan.
1. Paolo Maldini (1985–2009)
Maldini is the deserving one for this position, everyone must agree. The 45 year old Rossoneri star defender started from Milan and ended at Milan. The Italian played 902 matches in his successful 25 years of Stay at San Siro. Maldini was one of the best defender of his time.
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