NEWS | 09/07/2015The right back is 23-years-old and is a regular fixture in the Brazil national squad.
After getting his first taste of professional football with América Mineiro, he joined Santos in 2010. He won the Copa Libertadores there in 2011, and scored the decisive goal in the final against Peñarol. In 2012 he made the step up to European football by joined Porto where he established himself as one of the most influential players in world football.
An Under-20 World Cup champion with Brazil in 2011 as well as a silver medallist at the Olympic Games in London, Danilo has won two Super Cups and two league titles with Porto. Last season he was the highest scoring defender in the Portuguese topflight, managing 6 goals from 29 encounters. He also found the back of the net on one occasion in the Champions League.
América Mineiro (2009-10)
Real Madrid (2015- )
1 Copa Libertadores (2011)
2 Portuguese league titles (2012 and 2013)
2 Portuguese Super Cups (2012 and 2013)
1 Under-20 World Cup with Brazil (2011)
Silver at the Olympic Games in London (2012)
He is a regular fixture in the Brazil national squad.