James Rodriguez has become Everton’s new number 19 after joining the Blues from Real Madrid.
The Colombian star has reunited with Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti at Goodison Park having previously played under the Italian at Madrid and Bayern Munich.
The 2014 World Cup Golden Boot winner arrives at Everton having won a wealth of prestigious trophies during a glittering career.
James has lifted eight domestic championships across four different countries – Argentina, Portugal, Spain and Germany.
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The 29-year-old has also won the Champions League twice with Real Madrid.
As well as top-scoring during the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Rodriguez also won the Goal of the Tournament award for his breathtaking 25-yard volley in Colombia’s last-16 victory over South American rivals Uruguay.
Everton’s number 19 jersey has previously been adorned by the likes of USA pair Joe-Max Moore and Brian McBride, as well as Spanish forward Gerard Deulofeu.
Full-back Djibril Sidibe wore the shirt while on loan from Monaco last season.