It's that time of the week again where we look back over the past seven days and check out what articles Tribal readers have fancied the most.
The former Barcelona star recalled to Mediaset a story about how Inter Milanrejected a chance to sign the five-time Ballon D'or winner while he was still a youngster at Sporting Lisbon.
You don't have to be Einstein to know how the Nerazzurri fans would've reacted to this news.
The Brazilian has been out with a knee injury, but the emergence of Andreas Christensen has made his absence less significant.
Some have even argued the Dane's presence has made Luiz expendable at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile up north, any news connecting Manchester United's Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the 2018 World Cup was bound to attract Tribal readers.
This time it is Sweden team manager Lars Richt who has suggested the 36-year-old must play more to increase his chances of making it to Russia, despite him being retired from international football.
But remember: lions don't compare themselves to humans.
Ibrahimovic's teammate David De Gea has delivered a new demand to Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
No wonder fans from both clubs flocked to this story. One club could receive arguably the best goalkeeper in the world, while the other could potentially lose their best player.
And with January fast approaching, both sets of supporters are eager for the ongoing saga to be resolved one way or another.
Top 5 Tribalfootball stories - December 7 to December 12
3. Sweden chief Richt impressed by Ibrahimovic Man Utd comeback: But he must play more
4. Man Utd keeper De Gea fires 2 demands at Real Madrid president Perez
5. Suarez on Coutinho bid: No-one at Barcelona has asked me...