Robson de Souza, born 25 January 1984 in São Vicente, Brazil, more commonly known as Robinho, is a Brazilian professional footballer who currently plays as a striker for Serie A club Milan. He is also currently the captain of the Brazil. Robinho was personally picked by Pelé as his heir apparent at only 15 and went on to lead Santos to their first Campeonato Brasileiro title since Pelé himself played for the club. Since then he has won another title with Santos and two more with Spanish club Real Madrid. Robinho has won one Copa América title and two Confederations Cups with Brazil. In July 2005, Spanish giants Real Madrid signed Robinho by agreeing to pay a fee equal to 60 percent of the buyout clause in his contract belonging to Santos (€24 million). On 1 September 2008, the final day of the Premier League summer transfer window, Robinho completed a €42.5 million (£32.5m) move to Manchester City F.C., with wages in the region of £160,000 per week on a four-year deal. This occurred on the same day the club was bought out by the Arab investment company Abu Dhabi United Group.