No one knows a dream move like Robbie Keane. After playing for Inter, Liverpool, Tottenham, Aston Villa and Celtic among others, all of whom he supported as a child, Keane was so overwhelmed by his switch to football powerhouse LA Galaxy he said, "I have always wanted to come and play in MLS so it's the perfect combination for me and a dream come true."
Now Robbie is helping dreams come true for others, with his* dream move round up. Here, courtesy of Robbie, are the latest dream moves in the world of football...
“As soon as it became a reality, it was a childhood dream come true.” Self confessed Everton supporter Lewis Holtby upon completing a pre-contract agreement with Tottenham Hotspur
“The Premier League is my childhood dream.” Supposed Manchester United target Fernando Muslera.
“As a player I couldn't realise my dream to play in England, but I hope in the future I have a challenge to be a coach or a manager there.” Pep Guardiola speaking to the FA in an interview published mere hours before he is confirmed as new Bayern Munich manager.
“My dream is to play in the Premier League. Clubs from there are my first choice.” Newcastle, Liverpool and Tottenham target Dieumerci Mbokani isn't fussed about which English side he plays for. They're all a dream.
"England is a great place to play, I am no different to any other player. It is a dream, but I am happy here, although you never know." Indicisive Anzhi striker and Liverpool target Lacinda Traore.
“My dream has always been to play in the Premier League. When I was sitting in front of the television in Russia I was amazed to see when someone headed the ball after a big jump. Scoring a goal like this and then running to the fans – it's like paradise for me.” Easily impressed Reading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak in a recent interview.
“Arsenal are one of those teams who makes you dream.” Master of poor grammar and former Newcastle striker Demba Ba, only weeks before signing for Chelsea.
“I dream of winning the league with QPR.” Disappointed goalkeeper Julio Cesar after signing for QPR.
*This has absolute nothing to do with Robbie Keane, nor does it represent a dream come true for the Irishman