Elano with Galatasaray S.K. in 2009
Personal information
Full name Elano Blumer[1]
Date of birth (1981-06-14) 14 June 1981
Place of birth Iracemápolis, Brazil
Height 1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Youth career
1998–1999 Guarani
2000 Internacional-SP
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2001–2005 Santos 134 (34)
2005–2007 Shakhtar Donetsk 49 (14)
2007–2009 Manchester City 62 (14)
2009–2011 Galatasaray 32 (3)
2011–2012 Santos 15 (1)
2012–2014 Grêmio 47 (10)
2014Flamengo (loan) 4 (0)
2014 Chennaiyin 11 (8)
2015–2016 Santos 12 (0)
2015Chennaiyin (loan) 15 (4)
Total 381 (88)
National team
2004–2011 Brazil 50 (9)
Teams managed
2017 Santos (assistant)
2017 Santos (interim)
2017 Santos (interim)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Elano Blumer (born 14 June 1981), simply known as Elano, is a Brazilian retired footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.

Known for his accurate passing and precise set pieces,[2] Elano started his career at Santos, and spent six years in Europe in the service of Shakhtar Donetsk, Manchester City and Galatasaray. He returned to Santos in 2011, and later joined fellow league teams Grêmio and Flamengo, before signing for Chennaiyin of the Indian Super League as their marquee player. In 2015, after finishing the season as league top scorer, Elano rejoined Santos for a third spell.

Elano earned 50 caps for the Brazil national team between 2004 and 2011, scoring nine goals. He represented the nation at their triumphs in the 2007 Copa América and the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup, and also played at the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2011 Copa América.

Club career


Elano began his career with Guarani of Campinas in São Paulo state. After a short spell with Limeira's Internacional, he joined Santos in 2001. He made his senior debut for the latter on 21 January 2001, coming on as a substitute for Deivid in a 1–0 Campeonato Paulista home win against former club Guarani.[3] His first goal for the club came on 28 April, the equalizer in a 5–1 away routing of Mogi Mirim.[4]

Elano subsequently established himself a started at Peixe, and played alongside Robinho, Diego and Alex. He soon gained a reputation as a talented goalscoring midfielder, forming part of the Santos side, which won the Campeonato Brasileiro in 2004 by scoring a career-best 22 goals. Three years at Santos produced 34 goals and earned the player a transfer to the Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk on 1 February 2005.[5]

Shakhtar Donetsk

Although he was not a regular in his first season in Ukraine, Elano went on to establish his credentials as a key player and exceptional form saw him become the first player from the Ukrainian Premier League to represent the Brazil national team, when he was called up for the Brazil–Norway game on 16 August 2006.

Manchester City

On 2 August 2007, Manchester City paid £8 million for Elano, who signed a four-year contract.[6] He made his debut on the opening day of the season against West Ham United, providing the cross for the opening goal.[7] He played in his first Manchester derby against Manchester United on 19 August 2007. Elano also revealed how he enjoyed his new life in Manchester, describing the city as beautiful,[8] and how the weather suited him better than that which he experienced in Ukraine.[9] He also admitted surprise at the tempo of football in the Premier League.[10]

He was assigned with the squad number 11, previously allocated to Darius Vassell, who switched to the number 12 shirt.

On 29 September, Elano scored his first goal for City in a 3–1 win over Newcastle United. He added two more goals on eight days later in Manchester City's 3–1 win over Middlesbrough, one from open play about 25 yards out, and the other a curling free-kick from just outside the penalty area. He continued his good form by scoring the only goal in a match against Birmingham City and converting a late penalty in the League Cup victory at Bolton Wanderers. On 2 January 2008, he scored the first goal of 2008 at St James' Park in Manchester City's 2–0 victory over Newcastle. Two weeks later, in the FA Cup third round, Elano scored the winning goal as Manchester City knocked West Ham out of the competition and progressed to the fourth round. On 2 February, Elano got his fifth yellow card of the season when they played against Arsenal, a week earlier, which meant he could not play in the 2–1 victory over rivals Manchester United. Towards the end of March and beginning of April 2008, Elano scored three penalties against Birmingham City (3–1 defeat) and Sunderland (2–1 victory), as well as against Bolton in the second round of the League Cup.

His performances at the end of the 2007–08 season pleased the then manager Sven-Göran Eriksson, who claimed that the "Real Elano is Back". Elano proved himself to be highly versatile, playing in many positions for Manchester City throughout the 2007–08 season, including full-back in the 3–1 home win against Portsmouth. Elano finished the season with a goal in the 8–1 defeat at Middlesbrough on the last day of the Premier League season. His first season saw him score ten goals and as many assists in all competitions.

Elano had a fairly quiet pre-season to 2008–09, returning a bit later due to international duty. He had a good performance in the 1–0 friendly win over Milan on 9 August 2008, creating many chances with his dominant free role in midfield, and continued his good form with a successful penalty in the 4–2 loss at Aston Villa. He followed up with two goals in the 3–0 home win against West Ham, making him joint top scorer with Gabriel Agbonlahor at the end of matchday two of the Premier League. However, with the high-profile return of Shaun Wright-Phillips and the transfer of his fellow Brazilian Robinho to the club in the early part of the 2008–09 season, there was doubt as to whether he would maintain his dominant midfield position at the club. During Robinho's first match for the club, a 3–1 defeat against Chelsea, Elano was on the bench and was not called on to the pitch. He played a left-central midfield role in Mark Hughes' new look side, requiring him to act as a support between left-back Javier Garrido and forward Robinho.

He scored a goal from 25 yards out against Omonia on 2 October 2008 to help Manchester City qualify into the group stages of the UEFA Cup. After mixed performances off the bench, he continued his 100% penalty record with a goal from the spot with one in the UEFA Cup quarter-final match with Hamburger SV on 16 April 2009, another three days later in the 4–2 win over West Bromwich Albion, and then again in a 3–1 victory over Blackburn Rovers on 2 May.


Elano joined Galatasaray on 30 July 2009, signing a four-year contract with the Turkish club.[11] He was greeted at the airport by over 1,300 fans. Elano took the number 9 shirt, previously belonging to Hakan Şükür.[12][13] He made his debut on 20 August 2009 in a UEFA Europa League play-off game against Estonian side Levadia Tallinn, coming on as a substitute in the 69th minute.[14] He scored his first goal for the club on his home Süper Lig debut against Kayserispor on 23 August 2009, scoring a fantastic left-foot goal from 28 yards.

Return to Brazil

Elano rejoined former club Santos on 30 November 2010[15][16] for a €2.9 million transfer deal. Galatasaray will also receive 50% of the transfer profit (the revenue minus €2.9 million) should Santos sell him to another club on or before 31 December 2012 for higher than €2.9 million.[17] On 19 January 2011, Santos announced that the club sold 20% economic rights for future transfer revenue to an investment group, Terceira Estrela Investimentos S/A (TEISA) for R$ 1.56 million, or 20% cost that Santos paid (R$7.8 million). It is because Santos bought Elano for €2.9 million (R$6.6 million) plus R$1.2 million tax.[18] On his return to Brazilian football, he was top scorer of the 2011 Campeonato Paulista alongside the Corinthians striker Liédson, with 11 goals.

On 8 July 2012, it was announced that Elano would join Grêmio. After being swapped for striker Ezequiel Miralles, he signed a three-year contract with the Porto Alegre-based club.

Elano had a brief spell at Flamengo in 2014, joining the club on loan from Grêmio in January;[19] he stayed until August, when the deal was canceled by the Rio de Janeiro-based club.[20]

The midfielder returned to Grêmio following his departure from Flamengo, but his return did not last, as his contract was terminated by mutual consent on 22 August 2014.[21]


On 20 September 2014, Elano signed for Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League (ISL)'s debut season. He signed for a three-month contract for US$1 million through the club's technical partner and CEO of Kshatriya Sports Prashant Agarwal.[22][23] He qualified as the marquee player of the franchise and scored from a free kick on his debut at FC Goa, in a 21 victory on 15 October 2014, making him the first marquee player to score in the ISL.[24] With two goals — a penalty and a free kick — and two assists in Chennaiyin's 51 win over Mumbai City on 28 October, he topped the ISL scoring chart with five goals in four games.[25] He finished the season as the league's top scorer with eight goals,[26] but also spent time back in Brazil for recuperation following an injury suffered against Pune City.[27]

On 6 January 2015, it was reported that Elano was now a free agent and that he would be pursuing a move back to Brazil.[28]

Second return to Santos

On 13 January 2015, Elano agreed to a short-term deal with Santos, returning to the club for a third spell.[29] He debuted in his third spell on 1 February, coming on as a second-half substitute for Thiago Ribeiro in a 3–0 home win against Ituano.[30] In May, he renewed his contract for a further season.[31]

On 17 June 2015, however, Elano agreed to a loan back to former club Chennaiyin in the Indian Super League, again as their marquee player.[32] During his second season with the team, Elano helped Chennaiyin win the ISL championship, defeating Goa 3–2 on 20 December 2015.[33] However, following the final, Elano was involved in controversy in which he was arrested by the Goan police for allegedly assaulting Goa co-owner Dattaraj Salgaocar. Elano was released after spending the night with the Goan police before returning to Brazil the next day.[34] Following the incident, Elano plead his innocence while video of the altercation between him and Salgaocar showed Elano trying to calm the situation down instead of trying to start a conflict.[33] In the end, Elano was not charged by the AIFF, the Indian Super League organizers, or the Goan police. In August 2016, it was revealed that when selling his stake in FC Goa, one of the conditions of Salgaocar was that Elano would not be able to return to the Indian Super League for at least two seasons.[35]

Returning to Peixe in January 2016, Elano appeared rarely for the club. On 24 November of that year, he announced his upcoming retirement from professional football after the expiration of his contract in December, becoming Dorival Júnior's assistant manager for the 2017 campaign.[36]

Elano's last professional match occurred on 11 December 2016, as he came on for Lucas Lima in a 1–0 home win against América Mineiro.[37] He ended his career with 322 matches and 68 goals only for Santos.

Coaching career

Immediately after retiring Elano remained at his last club Santos, being one of the club's permanent assistant managers. On 4 June 2017, after manager Dorival Júnior's dismissal, he was appointed interim manager.[38]

Elano's reign lasted two matches before the appointment of Levir Culpi. On 28 October 2017, after Levir's sacking, he was again named interim until the end of the year,[39] and took the club to a final third position overall. On 31 December, however, he was himself sacked by the club.[40]

International career

Elano was capped for Brazil in the 2004 CONMEBOL Men Pre-Olympic Tournament in January 2004. His full international debut came in October 2004, and he has since earned 50 caps, and scoring nine goals. He scored his first two international goals in the 2006 friendly 3–0 win against Argentina on 3 September at the Emirates Stadium, London.[41]

In 2007, Elano participated in the Copa América, playing four games for Brazil, including the final against Argentina, during which he assisted a goal before being substituted out due to injury.

On 19 November 2008, Elano scored in the 6–2 victory over Portugal in a friendly. Elano scored his sixth international goal against Italy with an all set up by his former Santos and Manchester City teammate Robinho, who went on to score Brazil's second goal. Elano then set up the match-winning goal for Lúcio, completing a stunning second-half comeback in the final of the 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup against the United States, helping the Seleção win a third trophy in the competition.

On 14 November 2009, Elano made an assist in a friendly against England. Nilmar ran between two defenders to head a long pass from Elano past goalkeeper Ben Foster and score the winning goal in a 1–0 victory.[42]

2010 FIFA World Cup

On 15 June 2010, Elano scored Brazil's second goal against North Korea in their first game of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in the 72nd minute.[43] He also scored a goal against the Ivory Coast in the 62nd minute of Brazil's second game[44] but was substituted minutes later with an injury after a very heavy challenge.[45] He did not play for the rest of the tournament due to that injury.

2011 Copa América

Elano was part of the Brazilian squad at the 2011 edition of Copa América in Argentina. He was called in as a substitute in two group stage matches: Brazil–Venezuela and Brazil–Paraguay.

In the quarter-final match against Paraguay, he was the first to try a goal at the penalty shootout that took place after the goalless match. Elano, along with Brazil's three subsequent penalty-takers – Thiago Silva, André Santos and Fred – failed to convert, a result that eliminated Brazil from the tournament.[46]

Personal life

Elano is married to Alexandra, and they have two daughters. He separated from his wife in a short period in 2011 and had an affair with Brazilian actress Nívea Stelmann. He came back to his wife later that year and now is a practising Roman Catholic.[47][48][49][50][51]

After the 2015 Indian Super League final, Elano was arrested for allegedly physically assaulting the co-owner of FC Goa. This case has now been referred to the ISL disciplinary committee. The ISL has taken a "serious view of the unsporting behavior by the Goa franchise and alleged unsporting behavior of certain players of the teams on and off the field."[52] Meanwhile, Chennaiyian fans poured their support for Elano and condemned the unsporting behavior of FC Goa owners.

Career statistics


As of 11 December 2016.[53][54]
Club Season League Cup Continental State League Other Total
Santos 2001[55] Série A 25220512[lower-alpha 1]0343
2002[55] 299206[lower-alpha 1]0379
2003[55] 39817[lower-alpha 2]2526112
2004[55] 411512[lower-alpha 3]5826122
2005[55] 00004141
Total 13434402972267019747
Shakhtar Donetsk 2004–05 Premier League 134204[lower-alpha 4]1195
2005–06 2551010[lower-alpha 5]4369
2006–07 115219[lower-alpha 6]2228
Total 4914512377722
Manchester City 2007–08 Premier League 34821002[lower-alpha 7]13810
2008–09 2861015[lower-alpha 4]22[lower-alpha 7]0468
Total 621431152418418
Galatasaray 2009–10 Süper Lig 243519[lower-alpha 8]3387
2010–11 8011000091
Total 323629300478
Santos 2011 Série A 12112[lower-alpha 9]317112[lower-alpha 10]04315
2012 30112180322
Total 1512353511207517
Grêmio 2012 Série A 2575[lower-alpha 11]1308
2013 223008[lower-alpha 9]251356
Total 471000133516514
Flamengo (loan) 2014 Série A 404[lower-alpha 9]172153
Chennaiyin 2014 ISL 118118
2015 154154
Total 26122612
Santos 2015 Série A 5052140242
2016 70300040140
Total 1208200180382
Career Total 38188266116288720141624143
  1. 1 2 Appearance(s) in Torneio Rio – São Paulo
  2. 12 appearances in Copa Libertadores, five appearances in Copa Sudamericana
  3. Eight appearances in Copa Libertadores, four appearances in Copa Sudamericana
  4. 1 2 Appearance(s) in UEFA Cup
  5. Two appearances in UEFA Champions League, eight appearances in UEFA Cup
  6. Six appearances in UEFA Champions League, three appearances in UEFA Cup
  7. 1 2 Appearance(s) in Football League Cup
  8. Appearance(s) in UEFA Europa League
  9. 1 2 3 Appearance(s) in Copa Libertadores
  10. Appearance(s) in FIFA Club World Cup
  11. Appearance(s) in Copa Sudamericana


As of 21 December 2014.[56][57][58]
Brazil national team

International goals

1.3 September 2006Emirates Stadium, London, England Argentina1 – 03–0Friendly
2.3 September 2006Emirates Stadium, London, England Argentina2 – 03–0Friendly
3.9 September 2007Soldier Field, Chicago, United States United States4 – 24–2Friendly
4.17 October 2007Maracanã, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Ecuador5 – 05–02010 FIFA World Cup qualification
5.19 November 2008Bezerrão, Distrito Federal, Brazil Portugal5 – 26–2Friendly
6.10 February 2009Emirates Stadium, London, England Italy1 – 02–0Friendly
7.2 June 2010National Sports Stadium, Harare, Zimbabwe Zimbabwe3 – 03–0Friendly
8.15 June 2010Ellis Park Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa North Korea2 – 02–12010 World Cup
9.20 June 2010Soccer City, Johannesburg, South Africa Ivory Coast3 – 03–12010 World Cup

Managerial statistics

As of 9 May 2018
Managerial record by team and tenure
Team Nat From To Record Ref
G W D L GF GA GD Win %
Santos (interim) 4 June 2017 8 June 2017 1 1 0 0 1 0 +1 100.00
Santos (interim) 28 October 2017 31 December 2017 7 3 1 3 9 10 −1 042.86
Total 8 4 1 3 10 10 +0 050.00



Shakhtar Donetsk





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