Juventus full-back Dani Alves has won Serie A with Italy on Sunday following a 3-0 win over Crotone, winning the Italian title in his first full season with the club. It is his 34th trophy as a player and makes him the player with the fourth most collective trophies in history.
Split between Bahia, Sevilla, Barcelona and Juve, the Brazilian is now just one behind former Porto and Barcelona goalkeeper Vitor Bahia. Sharing top place are Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs and Paris Saint-Germain's Maxwell -- both with36.
Only Giggs and Maxwell, both with 36, and Vítor Baía, with 35, have won more titles than Alves
With Bahia, Alves won the Baiano championship in 2001 and two North East championships in 2001 and 2002 and he continued his success when he moved to Sevilla in 2002.
With the Andalusian club (2002-2008), Alves won a Copa del Rey, a Spanish Super Cup, two UEFA Cupa and a European Super Cup.
TRANSFER TO BARÇA
His performances and success with Sevilla did not go unnoticed and he signed for Barcelona in 2008 for 23 million euros plus bonuses.
Throughout his eight seasons with Barça, Alves had even more success: six league titles, four domestic cups, five Spanish Super Cups, three Champions Leagues, three European Super Cups and three Club World Cups.
At the end of June 2016, he signed for Juventus on a free transfer. He has already won the league and the cup with the Italian club and could sign off a treble with a Champions League win next month.