His goal yet against Nautico during the 2005 play-offs gained Gremio promotion to the Brazilian Serie A. Before the get started of the 2005â€“06 seasons, Anderson moved to Porto, gaining 1st team status during his two seasons with them. There, he won the Portuguese Liga twice, along with the Portuguese Cup and Super Cup during 2005â€“06. He moved to Manchester United before the 2007â€“08 seasons, and has won the Premier League three moments, the 2007â€“08 UEFA Champions League and the League Cup. Three months before his 18th birthday he officially joined Porto for â‚¬7 million in January 2006. FIFA prohibits the international transfer of any underage players, subject to the exception that the player is moving to other countries to accompany their parents. For that reason, Anderson’s mother, Doralice de Oliveira, relocated to Portugal to facilitate his move abroad. Porto owned 65% of the economic rights, from which Porto would receive 65% of the future transfer fee of the player.
He made his league debut for Porto on 5 March 2006, playing a part in helping the team seal the Portuguese Championship in the 2005-06 seasons. In the 2006-07 seasons, he made his UEFA Champions League debut in Porto’s first team game against CSKA Moscow. However, Anderson was forced to miss five months of the season due to a broken leg, as a result of a handle by Benfica’s player Kostas Katsouranis. Despite his injury, he managed to look in 15 games in the 2006-07 season, scoring two goals, and again picking up a league-winners’ medal. In full, he made 21 starts for Porto in all competitions.
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Day of Birth||13-April-1988|
|Place of Birth||Porto Alegre, Brazil|
|Famous for||Football Player|