Premier League winner for Chelsea showed off unrecognisable new look in retirement with shaggy grey beard & tattoos

FROM Stamford Bridge to a living-under-a-bridge look.

Chelsea's former Premier League winner made an incredible transformation after surfacing with a shaggy grey beard and tattoos.

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The former Blue with the hipster-hobo appearance? Mateja Kezman.

It would appear the former striker had not ventured into a barbers for a couple of years with his messy, overgrown mop and Santa-esque beard.

In fact, he looks as though he has been trapped on a desert island for a long time.

It is certainly a far cry from his clean-shaven days under Jose Mourinho at Stamford Bridge.

He scored seven goals in 41 appearances during his solo season in England in 2004-05, which saw him lift the League Cup as well as a maiden Premier League title for the Blues.

The Serbian striker made a name for himself at PSV, scoring 129 in 176, before earning his £5.3million move to England.

He joined in the same summer as Arjen Robben, also from PSV, Petr Cech, Didier Drogba and Ricardo Carvalho.

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Kezman went on to play for Atletico Madrid, Fenerbahce, Paris Saint-Germain and finished his career with spells in Eastern Europe and China.

Still only 42, Kezman retired nine years ago at the age of 33 and moved into becoming a football agent, representing Lazio star and compatriot Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.

Fans on Twitter could barely believe their eyes when they realised who the scruffy-looking castaway was.

One joked: "Fallen on hard times after Chelsea it seems."

Another replied: "Either that or lockdown has hit him hard…"

A third quipped: "Look what Jose did to Kezman, guys."

A final user simply wrote: "Wow."

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