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Former Barcelona player Cristian Tello has a whole museum in his house and it looks absolutely incredible.
Tello, who was on the books at Barca from 2010 to 2017, gave an eye-catching tour of his museum in his house - which includes various memorabilia.
From his debut No.37 Barca shirt to the trophies he's won during his career at club and international level.
The La Liga, Copa del Rey, Supercopa de Espana and the European U-21 Championship titles are all on display in a cabinet.
The museum also features his Spain jersey from the European U-21 Championship and the shirt he wore on his senior international debut.
Not to mention his shirts from his spells at Porto, Fiorentina and Real Betis.
Tello also shows off cool items such as his FUT 21 card, medals and other collectibles.
Tello has an impressive set-up at his house, with former teammates Lionel Messi and Gerard Pique also boasting dazzling memorabilia.
Ordenando el armario, aquí tenéis algunas de las camisetas que he ido encontrando. Cuál os gusta más? pic.twitter.com/Jg7c1SB2ee— Gerard Piqué (@3gerardpique) May 10, 2015
Messi has a large collection of shirts he's acquired over his legendary career while Pique has something similar.
Tello, meanwhile, played 86 games for Barca and enjoyed loan spells away from the club, spending time at Porto and Fiorentina.
He signed a permanent deal with Betis in 2017 and featured in 35 games across all competitions last season.
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