JAPAN legend Keisuke Honda has marked for Brazilian side Botafogo… after his solicitation to have a defensively covered vehicle was allowed. The midfielder considered one the nation’s most noteworthy ever players, has joined the eighth club of his vocation in the wake of moving toward the South American club.
Honda, 33, has joined on a free until the year’s end in the wake of leaving Dutch side Vitesse. Be that as it may, the main way Botafogo could persuade him to leave all necessary signatures was in the event that they could furnish Honda with a heavily clad vehicle to drive around Rio De Janeiro, as per UOL.
The Brazilian city is viewed as one of the most perilous on the planet with a normal of 39 killings for every 100,000 individuals. Football-frantic Rio flaunts four significant football clubs including Flamengo, Fluminense and Vasco da Gama. Botafogo revealed his marking on Twitter by delineating him as a character on Pokemon utilizing an old school Gameboy. Honda is most popular for his spells at CSKA Moscow and AC Milan.