James Rodriguez became Everton's second major signing in three days on Monday as he completed a move from Spanish giants Real Madrid.
A serial winner whose list of honours includes eight domestic league titles, two Champions Leagues, two FIFA Club World Cups and a World Cup Golden Boot, the 29-year-old arrives as one of the most recognisable - and most followed - footballers on the planet.
evertonfc.com looks at the 29-year-old Colombian's glory-laden career in numbers...
– Goals in which James has been directly involved in 227 appearances in the top divisions in Portugal, France, Spain and Germany.
– Domestic titles won across four countries (Argentina, Portugal, Spain and Germany).
– Goals scored at the 2014 World Cup to claim the Golden Boot.
– Times that James scored in 51 matches under Carlo Ancelotti at Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
– The player’s direct goal involvement in 32 La Liga and Bundesliga games with Ancelotti as his boss [14 goals and 14 assists].
– Champions Leagues titles won by James, in 2016 and 2017 with Real Madrid.
– James' age when he made his professional debut, for homeland club Envigado.
– Number of both goals and assists amassed by James in his debut La Liga campaign with Real Madrid, a return which led to him being named the division’s best midfielder in 2014/15.
– Caps for Colombia after a debut in October 2011, against Bolivia in a World Cup qualifying match.
– Goals to which the South American directly contributed in 85 La Liga games for Real Madrid, scoring 29 and assisting 28.
– World Cup goal of the tournament award, for his outrageous volley against Uruguay in the 2014 competition.
– Appearances in the Champions League.
– Combined successes in the UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup (two in each competition).
– Matches James played as a 19-year-old in Porto’s successful 2010/11 Europa League campaign.
- The number James will wear at Everton.