With another Ballon d’Or trophy recently tucked away in a cabinet brimming with awards, there is no doubt that the Barcelona forward is the best footballer on the planet.
Time will catch up with them both, probably in the next couple of years, but not just yet.
When their star does fade, who will replace them as the leading light?
There’s a raft of what you might call second tier player waiting in the wings, but will any of them make the step up, or will the throne be passed to a youngster only just finding his way at present?
The National‘s stable of football writers and followers have their say on who they think will be the next big thing once Messi and Ronaldo are gone.
While some have gone for the line of thought whereby Messi and Ronaldo will be stepping aside soon and have therefore selected more experienced players, others have looked further into the future.
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