Neuer is not only the finest goalkeeper on the planet at the moment, but he is also well on his way to becoming one of the all-time greats in his position. The 28-year-old has achieved an unbelievable amount in his career already, and he could well still be around for a decade. The Bayern Munich star is the complete 'keeper. He is a wonderful shot-stopper, he hardly makes mistakes, his reading of the game is immaculate and he has an aura about him that seems to boost those around him. He has also perfected the sweeper-keeper role, taking it to a new level. Neuer has won two Bundesliga titles, two German Cups and a Champions League during his three years at Allianz Arena, and that trophy haul is only going to increase rapidly in the coming years. He also gained legendary status for his performances at this summer's World Cup in Brazil, in which he was one of the stars for Germany as they clinched glory. The former Schalke man is a very special player, and when he does eventually hang up his boots, he will be spoken of in the same breath as 'keepers like Lev Yashin, Dino Zoff, Peter Schmeichel and Gianluigi Buffon.