If Ronaldo Can Six Languages and Mkhitaryan Seven, how Messi?
Mental polyglot became one of the benefits of Real Madrid star, Cristiano Ronaldo, rather than rivals in Barcelona, Lionel Messi. How not, Ronaldo mastered six different languages, including Portugal, Spain, England, France and Germany.
The star was also caught on camera to conduct interviews with Russian language fluently in 2015. Compare with Messi who just want to use the Spanish and Catalonia.
He rarely speaks English, although he often runs club tournaments such as the Champions League or international championships of the World Cup.
Only, Ronaldo is not the most dominant European footballer. Is the Manchester United midfielder, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, who deserve to be the title.
Besides Armenia which is his native language, Mkhitaryan is able to speak Russian, English, German, French, Portuguese and Italian.
Really comfortable Manchester United players talking to the 28-year-old figure. He only needs to use English when interacting with local players, Victor Lindelof (Sweden), Nemanja Matic (Serbia), Antonio Valencia (Ecuador), David De Gea (Spain) and Daley Blind (Netherlands).
To Marouane Fellaini, Romelu Lukaku (Belgium) and Paul Pogba, Mkhitaryan can speak French to add intimacy.
More unique when Mkhitaryan met Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The owner of the last name is also a polyglot figure for mastering Swedish, Bosnian, English, Italian and Spanish.
Both chose to speak English, Italian or French. For the latter language, Ibrahimovic is still less fluent because it rarely uses it when defending Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
Similarly, when Mkhitaryan interact with Manager Jose Mourinho. Portugal, England, Spain, Catalonia, Spain and France are on the list of languages controlled by the boss.