No player in the history of football has won more trophies than Brazilian superstar Dani Alves.
During his career with Bahia, Sevilla, Barcelona, Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil, he has won 41 trophies.
That means since his professional debut with Bahia back in 2001, Alves averages around 2.27 trophies per year - ridiculous, right?
And the marauding right-back may be adding his 42nd winners medal to his collection this summer after Brazil progressed to the Copa America final early this morning.
The Selecao beat continental rivals Argentina 2-0 in Belo Horizonte, with Gabriel Jesus and Roberto Firmino grabbing the goals for Tite's side.
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In the build-up to the game, the focus was on Lionel Messi and how he could finally win a trophy with Argentina.
However, by the end of the 90 minutes it was all about Alves' timeless performance.
The Brazilian - who is currently a free agent - turned in a real 10/10 display, including some serious skills to help setup Jesus' opening goal.
The guy just oozes class.
Alves' stats for the game were might impressive as well.
The 36-year-old completed all five of his take-ons, completed all three of his tackles and won 100% of his aerial duels.
It was a performance that should have sent a clear message to every single top team in the Premier League; the guy has got another season in him at least.
Alves has said on numerous occasions in the past that he would be keen on a move to England's top-flight at some point in his career.
Pretty much every single team in the Premier League's top six needs cover at right-back - or a starting one - and the Brazilian wouldn't command a transfer fee.
His wages would, of course, be pretty sizeable, but he would probably be worth the investment.News Now - Sport News