Football player are known for their high sense of fashion. They're blessed with great bodies, high social media following, sickest tattoes and great haircuts. However, a section of football players have chosen to stay away from fancy hairstyles, due to natural circumstances as well as personal decisions. Today we look at top football players who are quite content with a hairless head;
The Chelsea midfielder has never had a haircut. No wonder there's an internet search "Kante with hair." However, the French player is everybody's favourite player, even among the opposition.
Newcastle United midfielder grew a bald head prematurely. He has since become comfortable with the hairless look.
Brazilian midfielder Fabinho let go of the comb early. Though only 27, Fabinho is content staying without hair. His Liverpool days have however had a very productive career at Anfield.
Former Manchester City star David Silva turned to a hairless look in his final months at Etihad. Now playing for Real Sociedad, Silva is without hair on his head.
While still at PSG, Lucas Moura hadn't spotted the hairless look. But at Spurs, his hair seems to have disappeared along with trophies.
Ashley young has always loved the Jordan haircut. Though not yet bald, the England fullback seems to just love a hairless head.
Like his Inter Milan counterpart, the Belgian striker has recently turned to a hairless head. While at Chelsea and Everton, Lukaku rocked a dreadful hairstyle. But he now seems to have let go off the comb.
Before going bald, the Southampton attacker knew how to sport the greatest haircuts. Added with his handsome looks, Redmond could make any lady dream him. Today he simply rocks a Jordan haircut.
Arsenal and French striker Alexander Lacazette let go off the comb. He seems to be going bald, thus opted to clean shave. However, his goals haven't disappeared.
Andrew Ayew, Presnel Kimpembe, Mangala, Zinedine Zidane, Pablo Zabaleta, Arjen Robben, Jaap Stam, Wesley Sneidjer among others.
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