Who will succeed Cristiano Ronaldo for the Golden Foot Award?

Lionel Messi is among the 10 candidates nominated for this year’s Golden Foot Award and a coveted position on the famous Champion’s Promenade in the Principality of Monaco.
Voting is now open for the public to choose their preferred winner for the prestigious award, due to take place in Monaco in November. Football enthusiasts have until 31st October to make their selection.
The 10 nominees this year are Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski, Giorgio Chiellini, Neymar Jr., MohamedSalah, Sergio Ramos, Sergio Agüero, Gerard Piqu, Karim Benzema and Romelu Lukaku.
The Golden Foot Award can only be awarded to a working footballer who is 28-years-old or younger and it is the only prize in the world that a footballer can win only once in their career.
The winner, or more specifically their footprint, is immortalised on the Champion’s Promenade, behind the Grimaldi Forum.
Previous winners include Cristiano Ronaldo, Diego Maradona, Pel, Eusebio, Zinedine Zidane, George Best,Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Roberto Baggio.
The 19th Golden Foot Awards and the imprinting ceremony will take place on 9th November, and include a Champions Gala at the Fairmont Monte-Carlo. It will also include the Golden Foot Legend Award celebrating great legends of the past, as well as the Golden Foot Prestige, a prize instituted in 2020 and exclusively reserved for a club president still in activity.
Created and organised by World Champions Club in the Principality of Monaco, the Golden Foot Award was born in 2003 and has been running since the first edition under the High Patronage of HSH Prince Albert II.
To vote, visit the website: https://goldenfoot.com
Photo courtesy the Golden Foot Awards