Former Japanese international Keisuke Honda has joined Brazilian side Botafogo ahead of the 2020 season, continuing his playing career at a third club in as many years.
This will be the first time that the Japanese superstar plays in South America, displaying incredible adventurism at 33 years of age.
Since leaving AC Milan at the peak of his powers in 2017, Honda has played for Pachuca in Mexico, Melbourne Victory in Australia and Vitesse Arnhem in the Netherlands. He is now on to a fourth different club in yet another different continent to demonstrate that he still has the skills to play at a high level.
Curiously, Honda is also currently a coach of the Cambodian national football team, a role he shares with Argentinian boss Felix Dalmas.