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ALEX SANDRO


ALEX SANDRO
Juventus FC (ITA)
 
Full name Alex Sandro Lobo Silva
Date of Birth January 26, 1991
Birthplace Catanduva, Brazil
Height 178 cm
Position Left full back (or left midfielder)
Foot Left
Nationality Brazilian
Club Juventus FC (ITA)
Nation Brazil
Int. debut Age 20 (November 10, 2011 - vs. Gabon)
World Cups 0 matches
CAREER STATISTICS
Sesaon Club
-
-
Lvl
App
Gls
Int
2021-22 Juventus 
-
1
?
?
?
2020-21 Juventus 
-
1
26
2
5
2019-20 Juventus 
-
1
29
1
4
2018-19 Juventus 
-
1
31
1
9
2017-18 Juventus 
-
1
26
4
3
2016-17 Juventus 
-
1
27
3
1
2015-16 Juventus 
-
1
22
2
-
- Porto 
-
1
1
0
-
2014-15 Porto
-
1
28
1
-
2013-14 Porto 
-
1
26
0
-
2012-13 Porto
-
1
25
1
2
2011-12 Porto 
-
1
7
1
4

2011

Santos (L)
-
1
6
0
-
2010 Santos (L)
-
1
24
1
-
2009 Atlético Paranaense
-
1
15
0
-
2008 Atlético Paranaense
-
1
1
0
-
Lvl = League Level // App = Appearances in domestic League //
Gls = Goals in domestic League // Int = Internationals
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To
Fee €m
08.2015
-
26.0
07.2011
Maldonado
-
9.6
02.2010
-
Maldonado
2.2

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Alex Sandro with Porto in 2013.
Credit: Creative Commons - cropped
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TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2021-22 Juventus
?
2020-21 Juventus
-
2019-20 Juventus
269
2018-19 Juventus
161
2017-18 Juventus
150
2016-17 Juventus
134
2015-16 Juventus
-
2014-15 Porto
120
2013-14 Porto
-
2012-13 Porto
213
2011-12 Porto
-
2010-11 Santos
-
2009-10 Santos
-
- Atlético Paranaense
-
2008-09 Atlético Paranaense
-

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2021-22 ?
-
2020-21 None
-
2019-20 None
-
2018-19 None
-
2017-18 None
-
2016-17 None
-
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 None
-
2013-14 None
-
2012-13 Young Guns
27
2011-12 None
-
2010-11 None
-
2009-10 None
-
2008-09 None
-



DID YOU KNOW ?

Alex Sandro is a part of the golden Atletico Paranaense youth setup, which has produced a great amount of defenders in very little time.

Alongside teammate and countryman Danilo he joined Porto for €9.6 million in 2011.

He represented Brazil at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where he gained 3 matches, including the final against Mexico where Brazil lost 2-1.