Raúl won six league titles, four Spanish Cups and three Champions Leagues with Real Madrid and will go down as one of the greatest players to ever appear for the club.
Raúl is Real’s all-time record appearance holder, and in his 16-year career in the Spanish capital he scored 323 goals in 741 games.
He went on to play for Schalke, Al Sadd and New York Cosmos before calling time on his playing career in 2015 – incredibly retiring without ever being shown a red card.
Raul played with some of the best players in the world, and under some of the best coaches in the world.
Obviously, they were all full of praise for the great man…
This latest incident won’t quieten his critics.
Are they actually improving under Unai Emery?
The latest in a long line of Brazilian recruits.
No prizes for getting No.1.
Who gets the best value out of their transfers?
A wonderful sight to behold.
One of Man Utd’s great sliding doors moments.
There’s a lot of nonsense.
“This is real football, not the Primera División.”
Cast your mind back to 1997-98.