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Another three-time winner and another La Liga player is at number-seven.
Fernando Morientes was also part of the winning teams back in 1998, 2000 and 2002, along with Raul.
The striker spent eight years at the Bernabeu, scoring 71 La Liga goals in 182 appearances.
He then had spells with Liverpool and Valencia.
Finally someone from outside of the La Liga makes our list!
Paolo Maldini of AC Milan comes in at number seven with three Champions League winners medals to his name.
The Italian centre-back will also go down as one of the greats to ever play the game and him being a one-club man makes his legendary status even bigger, especially in Milan.
Maldini‘s first Champions League win came back in 1994 when AC Milan beat FC Barcelona 4-0.
His second came almost a decade later when they beat Italian rivals Juventus on penalties. His third and last then came in 2003 when they beat Liverpool 2-1.
He could have added a fourth to his name but Liverpool produced a remarkable comeback to beat them in Istanbul in 2005.
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