Brazil are the country which is providing talented young players to European top clubs. Ronaldo, Kaka, Ronaldinho, Neymar and we can continue this line forever.
A lot of Brazilian youngsters have already moved to huge European clubs in the summer transfer window.
Here are the TOP 5 Brazilians who have changed clubs and what to expect from them
Arthur Melo Gremio-Barcelona
The 21-year-old central midfielder has signed a six-year deal with the La Liga Champions. Arthur is more similar to Andres Iniesta or Thiago Alcantara.
Richarlson Watford to Everton
Everton have signed Brazilian winger Richarlison from fellow Premier League side Watford in a £50m deal. The 21-year-old has shown that with the right coaching he can thrive and do more.
Fred Shakhtar Donetsk-Manchester United
Manchester United have completed the signing of Brazil midfielder on a five-year deal. The 23-year-old defender has proven to be brilliant at defending and will likely be used as a foil to allow Paul Pogba the licence to go forward.
Malcom Bordeaux –FC Barcelona
Barcelona have agreed on a deal to sign Malcom from Bordeaux for £36.5million. The 21-year-old has yet to represent his country at senior level, spent three seasons with Bordeaux, scoring 23 goals in 96 appearances.
Alisson Becker AS Roma-Liverpool
Alisson Becker has joined Liverpool from Roma in a £67m deal that makes him the world’s most expensive goalkeeper. The 25-year-old’s reflexes, agility, passing abilities and pace off his line make him the perfect candidate to keep Liverpool’s goal.