With the most important match of La Liga El Clasico being held this coming Saturday, fans of Spanish football can't wait to see the clash between the two most important teams in Spain: Barcelona vs Real Madrid. While both have established themselves as elite teams, they owe much of that recognition to the cracks that play in their ranks.

The following stars of the field can boast of making a name for themselves in both teams.

Luis Figo

The winner of two titles in La Liga and Champions League, starred in a great controversy in 2000, moving to Madrid with a fortune of 34.7 million pounds. He has not been seen again in the same way inside Nou Camp.

Bernd Schuster

Before entering Real Madrid, Schuster played for eight years in Nou Camp for Barcelona. In 1990 he was signed by Atlético, where he would spend three years playing, before being recruited by the German team Bayer Leverkusen.

Ronaldo

Five years remained in Italy, playing with Inter Milan, before returning to Spain with Real Madrid. In the decade of the 90 already had played a complete season for Barcelona.

Julen Lopetegui

The well-known coach was playing for Barcelona from 1994 to 1997. His time at Real Madrid came after promoting his career in Castilla B, at an early age.

Robert Prosinecki

We saw him playing for Real Madrid more than 70 times, after signing with Red Star Belgrade. Later he would change to Barça, highlighting in one of his campaigns.

Javier Saviola

He joined Barcelona after standing out at River Plate, showing off in more than three seasons and scoring 44 goals in La Liga. In 2001, however, he entered Real and later, Benfica.

Gheorghe Hadi

The best crack of Romania was announced with Steaua Bucharest before their efforts paid off at the Bernabéu with Super Spain's Cup. After a short stay in Italy, we reunited him with Barça for a couple of seasons.

Samuel Eto'o

His career took off from the hand of Real Madrid with six fruitful appearances.

But in 2004, he became one of the favorites in Barcelona; with 130 goals scored and eight trophies to date.

Luis Enrique

One of the most outstanding, known for moving directly from Real Madrid to Barça, in 1996. Before that already had 200 appearances at Bernabéu.

Michael Laudrup

Laudrup came from Barcelona to the ranks of Real Madrid in 1994, and with four La Liga titles that facilitated his entry. It was a decisive presence in Real's first season, where Vissel Kobe extended his stay.