1. Luis Figo is fluent in five languages: Portuguese, Spanish, English, Italian and French.
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5. Luis Figo now owns an upscale bar in the Algarve region of Portugal.
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12. Luis Figo featured in all ten of Portugal's qualifiers for the next European Championship, scoring three times in the process.
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13. Luis Figo left Real Madrid to join Italian club Inter Milan in the middle of 2005 on a free transfer after his contract with Madrid had expired.
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14. Luis Figo would spend five seasons at Madrid, with his final success being the 2003 La Liga title.
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17. Luis Figo became the new focus of the Barcelona–Real Madrid rivalry, with Barcelona fans feeling betrayed by his transfer and turned against him.
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20. Luis Figo was a significant part of Portugal's "Golden Generation.
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22. Luis Figo is one of the few football players to have played for both Spanish rival clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid.
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23. Luis Figo won the 2000 Ballon d'Or, 2001 FIFA World Player of the Year, and in 2004 Pele named him in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players.
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