Brazilian attacker Robinho has enjoyed a relatively good career at club level. The 37-year-old player has featured for eight clubs during his football career. Robin-ho is a free agent after his contract at Brazilian Serie A giants Santos was cancelled due to his court case. He had signed for Santos for the fourth time in his career towards the end of last year before the Brazilian club bowed to the pressure to cancel his contract after his conviction of a rape case was upheld last year.

Robinho started his career at Santos having come through the youth system at the club. He played for the Santos first team for three years between 2002 and 2005 before he made the big move to Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid. He would return to Santos on loan in 2010 as a Manchester City player. Robinho returned to Manchester City from his loan spell at Santos before the former Brazilian international star signed for Italian giants AC Milan. Robinho signed for Santos again on loan for the 2014/15 season, while he was still an AC Milan player.

Brazilian forward Robinhowould sign for Santos for the fourth time last year as pointed out earlier before his contract was terminated. Apart from Santos, Real Madrid, Manchester City and AC Milan, Robinho also played for Chinese Super League giants Guangzhou Evergrande, Sivasspor FC of Turkey, Brazilian Serie A clubAtletico Mineiro and Istanbul Basaksehir FC of Turkey.

Robinho won several honours during his club career. He won four major trophies during the times he spent with Santos including two league titles. At Real Madrid, the Brazilian player won three Spanish La Liga titles and one Spanish Super Cup. At AC Milan, Robinho won one league title and one Italian Super Cup. He won one major trophy each at Atletico Mineiro, IstabulBasaksehir and Guangzhou Evergrande.