Having already started a discussion for the players that has 300 or more goals in top flight domestic league for an European club let's distinguish a question for players with more than 400 goals in all competitions for a single club in Europe. Excluding friendly matches.

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    Too trivial? I, personally, find these questions nog interesting and are more a feature for some list on wikipedia or statistics website – Don_Biglia Feb 22 '16 at 15:08
  • For me personally it's hard to find such a statistics anywhere in the web. And to be honest personally it's something very interesting, considering the fact that there are two footballers nowadays, that can climb those records. – Lipata Feb 22 '16 at 15:28
  • Yeah, not interesting might have been a bit strong. I just feel a bit that SE is not really the place for it. I'm also not saying they're easy to find or such. – Don_Biglia Feb 22 '16 at 19:01
  • Fernando Peyroteo (Portuguese) played 20 games for Portugal, and scored 15 goals. At a club level, he played 393 games for Sporting CP, in which he scored a total of 635 goals. However, I'm not sure if he's the highest scoring of all time. – Oak Feb 23 '16 at 1:44

Here are two rankings by the FCBarelona.com official page and Spanish paper Sport, which are used as the most reliable ones (for the retired players).
Pele's goals are not scored in Europe, anyway, they are pointed as an ultimate achievement.

As per December 23, 2020:

# Player Team Goals
- Pelé Santos 643
1 Lionel Messi Barcelona 644
2 Josef Bican Slavia Prague 534
3 Gerd Müller Bayern München 525(5641)
4 Jimmy McGrory Celtic 522
5 Uwe Seeler Hamburger 507
6 Eusebio Benfica 473
7 Cristiano Ronaldo Real Madrid 450
8 José Águas Benfica 379
9 Nené Benfica 359
10 Ian Rush Liverpool 349
11 Telmo Zarra Athletic Bilbao 336
12 Raúl Real Madrid 323
13 Alfredo Di Stéfano Real Madrid 307

1 Gerd Müller has scored 39 more goals in 1964-65 season for Bayern in Regionalliga Süd, which existed as the second tier of the German football league system from 1963 to 1974.

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