EX-MANCHESTER UNITED star Diego Forlan is rocking a new look after ditching his iconic golden locks.
The 42-year-old has been snapped at the 72nd Fifa Congress at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center with brown hair and a beard.
Forlan had a successful playing career in Europe, playing in England, Spain and Italy.
The Uruguayan's first European club happened to be Man Utd, who he joined in 2002 after leaving Argentine side Independiente.
He scored 17 goals in 97 appearances for the Red Devils and won the Premier League in 2003.
Forlan also won an FA Cup the following year before departing to Villarreal.
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A respectable 58 goals in 125 appearances in a three-year spell then earned him a move to Spanish giants Atletico Madrid.
Forlan had his most successful spell in club football in the Spanish capital.
He scored 96 goals for Atletico, winning both the Europa League and Super Cup.
Forlan's last club in Europe was Inter Milan but he only managed 20 appearances in two years.
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On the international stage, Forlan is a Uruguayan great.
He made 112 appearances for his country scoring 36, and competing in three World Cups.
Forlan also won the Copa America with Uruguay in 2011.
After retiring in 2019, Forlan stepped into management but went through two clubs in just over a year and a half.
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