Danilo Silva the right back from Brazil international squad is going to join Real Madrid, the next season. The technically sond, quick right back is 23 years aged and is going to be a perfect choice replacing Carvajal. The news went viral on Real Madrid’s official website last night.
Danilo Silva Joins Real Madrid
After winning Copa Libertadores in 2011 for Santos (scoring the decider at final) this Brazilian defender joined the FC Porto side on 2012. The players flourished his optimum level at FC Porto over last year and shown the world some real class. Being a key influential player at Europe’s top level, he dragged eyes of the Spanish giant, Real Madrid.
The player had been sold to Real Madrid at more than twenty million Euros and the contract is of until 30th June, 2021.
Here we give a short detail about the players previous run and trophies won!
América Mineiro (2009-10) – Danilo Silva started his professional football carrier here just to get picked up by Brazilian football giant Santos the next year.
Santos (2010-11) – Santos was the best canvas for the player to show his master-pieces and get into the eyes of European clubs. Not to mention, the player had his shot the very next year!
Porto (2012-15) – Danilo beautified his game to next level at Portugal. The player has accomplished many a success here resulting four trophies for the club.
Real Madrid (2015- ) – Now, he will get the chance to get introduced to the highest level of footballing challenges. Let us hope he does his best here!
Here is the player profile, before Real Madrid had a shot at him.
Copa Libertadores (2011)
Portuguese league titles (2012 y 2013)
Portuguese Super Cups (2012 y 2013)
Under-20 World Cup with Brazil (2011)
Silver at the Olympic Games in London (2012)
Danilo has won the Under-20 World Cup in Brazil national jersey in 2011. The defensive quality player has also had a run at silver medal at Olympic Games in London. The F.C. Porto player has achieved two league titles and two super cups. Danilo Silva has taken part in 34 games this season and scored four goals. The Brazilian defender also scored one goal in Champions League, in his seven appearances letting FC Porto qualify for quarter-finals.