Cyber Monday is the biggest online shopping day of the year, and with Christmas right around the corner, it’s time to get your holiday shopping done early. We took the liberty to come up with gift ideas for some of the biggest names in soccer.
Sepp Blatter - Cristiano Ronaldo jersey. We’ll start at the top of the food chain with the FIFA president. This one’s a no-brainer.
That’s a good look for you, Sepp. (Image: Olivia Bush/FOXSports)
Cristiano Ronaldo & Gareth Bale - Hair gel. Multiple bottles because you just know they’re running through those things fast.
Luis Suarez - Mouth guard. So that these things don’t happen again:
Franck Ribery - Ballon d’Or replica. Thanks to FIFA mysteriously extended the voting deadline, Ribery will likely lose out to Ronaldo after earlier being tabbed as the frontrunner. Poor Franck. Let’s play it safe and get him one now.
Ronaldinho - Retainers. To protect that beautiful new smile of his.
Jose Mourinho - Romelu Lukaku. We hear that the Special One is looking for a new striker.
Andrea Pirlo - a new razor. Just kidding, the day he loses his majestic beard is the day we go on a year-long sabbatical. Get him one of these, instead.
Bayern president Uli Hoeness - Turbo Tax kit. You know what, better make that two kits. Messi needs one, too.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Nothing. Just as Zlatan’s wife doesn’t get anything for Christmas (“She already has Zlatan,” in his own words), neither does he. All he needs is Zlatan.
Arjen Robben - A new pair of long underwear, naturally.
Nobody rocks leggings like Robben, but it looks like he’s in need of some more (Image: Getty)
David Beckham - CR7 underwear. What do you get the man who has everything, including his own underwear line? Only a gag gift will do, and nothing would be funnier than something from his biggest rival in the underwear game. It’s either that or Fergie’s new book.
Gerard Pique, Messi, Sergio Ramos and all other recent footballing fathers - Frank Lampard’s children’s books collection. For the kids!
And you thought we were kidding (Image: Daily Mail)