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The Current Top 7 Brazilian Players In Europe's Top 5 Leagues

Brazil is the most successful national team in the world and boosts five world cup titles.The Selecao has produced a host of top players all over the years in Pelle, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Cafu, and Rivaldo just to mention a few.

Have a look of the current top Brazilian players that ply their trade in the top five European Leagues;

7. Marquinhos

Marquinhos plays as a defender for the League 1 giants Paris Saint Germain in France. He mainly plays as a central defender but can be deployed at the right back or as a defensive midfielder and is the current club captain of the Parisians.

6. Ederson

Ederson is the current first choice keeper for English side Manchester City and is currently leading the race for the EPL golden gloves following an outstanding performances as he has kept 17 clean sheets and they are the leaders in the EPL after 33 games.

5. Casemiro

Plays for La Liga giants Real Madrid as a defensive midfielder in spain. He has shown great improvements and have currently established himself in Zidane's squad.

4. Gabriel Jesus

Jesus is among the top strikers at the English side Manchester City. He currently helped his team win a fourth conservative EFL cup trophy.

3. Allison Becker

Becker plays for English Premier League side Liverpool and in 2019 he was named the Best FIFA goalkeeper of the year and boasts a premier league and champions league titles over his stay with Klopp's side.

2. Roberto Firmino

Plays for Liverpool as an attacking midfielder or forward for the English Premier League side.

1. Neymar Jnr

Plays as a forward for League 1 club PSG and is regarded as one of the best players in the world currently alongside Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.

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