Argentine footballer Andres D’Alessandro has taken narcissism to a new level after getting a new tattoo.
Perhaps we shouldn’t be so surprised from a player who’s known as El Cabezon ‘the Big Head’.
The attacking midfielder—who once represented Portsmouth—hasn’t gone for the traditional Celtic symbol or ‘I love Mum’ tat, no, he’s opted to get a photo of his own face emblazoned upon his stomach.
Andres D’Alessandro Tattoo
La moral bien arriba D’alessandro que se tatuó su propia cara! pic.twitter.com/xpJOKclugr
— Santiago Vicente (@Santiconejo) December 1, 2015
As this Tweet demonstrates, the 34-year-old looks pretty happy with himself, and is seem beaming as he receives the tattoo and then afterwards, as he shows off his other…fairly murky looking doodles.
Indeed, while the image on the Argentine player’s stomach is very clearly the player himself, we have absolutely no idea who the face on his shoulder is meant to be.
Martin Luther? Ramon Maddoni? We’re open to suggestions.
As for the…mess on his arm…the less said the better, we think.
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D’Alessandro was something of a wonderkid when he emerged on the scene at River Plate at the beginning of the last decade, but never truly established himself in spells with Zaragoza, Wolfsburg and Portsmouth.
He’s been with Brazilian giants Internacional since 2008, and has enjoyed success back in South America.