Social media is becoming an important tool for footballers, and gives players a large platform to communicate with their fans across the world.
Some use their platform to achieve good, such as Marcus Rashford and his Twitter campaign to end child hunger, whilst others may use it in a more negative way, such as Joleon Lescott “pocket tweeting” a picture of a new car just hours after his side lost 6-0.
Footballers are increasingly addicted to Instagram, and the top players in the world have built up followings bigger than the clubs they play for.
Here are the top 10 most followed footballers on Instagram, past and present.
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