We’ve been following all the FIFA World Cup goss on Twitter where the biggest stars (and their WAGs) are dishing out the latest happenings from Brazil. Officially, the hashtags are #WorldCup and #Brazil2014. Whether it’s real-deal football chat, some banter between rival players or the juiciest gossip from Copacabana Beach, here are the players to follow...
1 Cristiano Ronaldo @cristiano (Portugal)
Arguably the world’s best player will no doubt be keeping us up to date with pictures of his bronzed body from the poolside.
2 Neymar @neymarjr (Brazil)
Barcelona FC star who at 22 has been tipped to be one of the greatest ever will be hoping to lift the trophy with Brazil this year.
3 Wayne Rooney @waynerooney (England)
The English superstar is very active on Twitter, letting his 8.61 million fans know how he feels about on field performances.
4 Andrés Iniesta @andresiniesta8 (Spain)
Another Barcelona star who will be looking to help defend Spain’s title. After making it into the big time Iniesta loaned his boyhood club close to a million Euros to avoid bankruptcy. What a man!
5 Gerard Piqué @3gerardpique (Spain)
After spending close to four years on the bench at Manchester United, Pique signed for Barcelona and proceeded to: win the Champions League, marry Shakira then win the World Cup with Spain. Good things come to those who wait!
6 Xabi Alonso @xabialonso (Spain)
Real Madrid star who, when playing for Liverpool, went against his coaches wishes and missed a crucial Champions League match so he could be with his wife as she gave birth. Happy wife = happy life.
7 Cesc Fàbregas @cesc4official (Spain)
Still loved in London after eight years with Arsenal, Fàbregas moved back to his native Spain to Join Barcelona in 2011, where he has quickly built a following as a fan favourite.
8 David Villa @guaje7villa (Spain)
Spanish all-star Villa has played for some of the country’s biggest clubs while also committing time to charitable causes such as UNICEF
9 Mesut Özil @mesutozil1088 (Germany)
Adidas ambassador Özil has gained a huge following from his club days in Germany, Spain and now with Arsenal. The midfielder was Germany’s top scorer in qualification for the World Cup.
10 Sergio Agüero @aguerosergiokun (Argentina)
Argentinean hero Aguero has become a legend at his current club – Abu Dhabi-backed Manchester City – and was also married to Diego Maradona’s youngest daughter until last year.