This are the list of players who had played for both real madrid and barcelona
Ronaldo’s one season at Barcelona in 1996/97 was the year in which he announced himself as one of the world’s best players.
In 49 games, “El Fenomeno” scored 47 times to guide Bobby Robson’s side to the Copa Del Rey, the Spanish Supercup, and the UEFA Cup Winners Cup.
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You’d be hard-pressed to remember striker Samuel Eto’o’s days at Real Madrid given he only made seven first-team appearances for the club between 1998 and 2000.
The Cameroon international’s time at Barcelona, however, is unforgettable.
Spearheading one of the greatest teams of all time, Eto’o scored 130 times in five seasons for the Catalans, lifting three La Liga titles and the Champions League twice.
Enrique made over 200 appearances for both Real Madrid and Barcelona, but the Spaniard makes no secret as to where his rea l allegiance lies.
After winning three trophies in five years at Madrid, the versatile Enrique left for Barca in 1996 on a free transfer, saying he felt unappreciated in the Spanish capital,
He went on to become a Barca hero, and later the club’s manager between 2014 and 2017.
Not many players have dared to swap Barcelona directly for Real Madrid. Luis Figo was one of them in 2000, and, as you can imagine, the decision didn’t go down well with fans of the Catalan club.
Upon returning to the Camp Nou a year after his controversial move, the Portuguese winger was greeted with banners that read “Judas” and “traitor.”
He was also showered with objects from the home crowd, including coins, bottles, and most famously, a pig’s head.
Like Figo, Saviola was one of those rare players brave enough to move directly to Real Madrid from Barcelona.
After three successful seasons with Barca between 2001 to 2004, the Argentine forward then spent two seasons on-loan away at Monaco and Sevilla.
He returned to Barca for one more season, before leaving for Real Madrid in 2007. His betrayal caused little pain for Barca fans however, due to the fact he flopped at the Santiago Bernabeu, scoring just five times in two seasons before being shipped off to Benfica.