Eden Hazard will be presented as a Real Madrid player on Thursday 13 June at 19:00 at the Santiago Bernabéu as the club plan to present their star signing in style.
One such shirt, is Manchester United's number seven, with some of the most iconic figures in the 20-time league champions history have donned the famous shirt over the years.
Hazard shirts with the No.7 have also been on sale at Barcelona's airport.
Michael Owen, Antonio Valencia, Angel Di Maria, Memphis Depay and current occupant Alexis Sanchez have collectively transformed the famous jersey into a cursed garment, possessing a goal return of just 1.5, on average per season.
Next up was the recently departed Antonio Valencia, who for all his good points, never looked a natural fit in a shirt associated with skill and flair. The Ecuadorian had won the number 25 before the 2012/13 season and lasted just one year with the illustrious number.
United's number seven by default has often been correlated to the clubs most important player at any given time, and it is no surprise that it is the number five-time Ballon d'Or victor Cristiano Ronaldo wore during his hugely successful six seasons at Old Trafford.
Memphis could only show glimpses of what he was capable of.
Inter have swooped in to try and re-sign their former player and they have reportedly been in talks with Real Madrid to take Kovacic back to the San Siro this summer.
Incumbent No 7 Alexis Sanchez continued the miserable trend, having so far notched an abysmal three goals from one-and-a-half seasons in the north west.
Owen scored five goals between 2009 and his departure in 2011 in the Premier League, from 31 appearances.