Saul Niguez’s Tattoos

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Saul Niguez is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as the midfielder. He was born on November 21, 1994 in Elche, Spain. Niguez spend his youth career in football clubs like Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid until season 2010-11, as he started to play in the seniors third division. 2013 Saul had his debut game in Spanish LaLiga. In addition to his club career, Niguez is also one of the most important players of the national football team of Spain.

Here we can see that Saul’s left hand is covered with tattoos.

On his whist is a quote of Mahatma Gandhi: “Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will” and statue of Buddha on his forearm.

On Saul’s shoulder is a castle of Elche tattoo and a clock beneath it.

Dama de Elche or Lady of Elche tattoo on his arm and a tiger tattoo on the inside of his forearm.

This one is a mix of Atletico Madirid logo and coat of arms of Elche.

Logo of football club Rayo Vallecano and Saul’s number 22 as he was playing for this club.

Saul’s forearm tattoos.