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A member of Manchester United’s 2008 Champions League winning side is almost impossible to recognise these days.
Jude Bellingham will be presented with the 2023 Golden Boy award on Monday night and former winner Anderson looks remarkably different from his playing days.
Fans have been surprised after seeing a recent pictures of the 35-year-old on social media in which he no longer has his trademark dreadlocks.
The Brazilian now sports a clean shaven haircut and seems to be enjoying life after hanging up his boots.
Anderson retired in 2019 at the age of just 31 after a 15-year career, eight of those spent at Old Trafford.
Anderson, pictured in an advert for Deboa Bet, retired from football four years ago
Anderson (left) was a member of the United side that won the Champions League in 2008
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Anderson signed for United in 2007 for £25 million where the highlight of his time in Manchester came in the Champions League final where he scored in the victorious shootout.
He won four Premier League titles between 2007 and 2013 during his eight years at the club.
Anderson was also capped eight times by Brazil and helped them win the Copa America in 2007, before moving to United from Porto.
He joined Internacional after leaving united before ending his career at Turkish side Adana Demirspor.
The Brazilian, seen posing with his family, was a member of four title winning United sides