Brazil has produced some top performing talents in football over the years. This has made most people consider the country as home of talented footballers. These are the top 10 most expensive Brazilian signings in football history.
1. Neymar Junior - The Brazilian winger is the most expensive signings in football history. He joined Paris Saint Germain in 2017 from Barcelona for €222 Million. He has managed to shine at the club. He has scored 15 goals and gave 12 assists in the 2022/2023 season.
2. Philippe Coutinho - The attacking midfielder joined Barcelona in 2018 from Liverpool for €135 Million.
3. Antony - He is the third most expensive Brazilian signings in football history. The winger joined Manchester United from Ajax in the 2022 summer transfer window for €95 Million.
Brazilian young star Endrick has been trending after it was announced that Real Madrid has reached an agreement with Palmeiras to sign him. The 16 year old winger will join Real Madrid in July 2024 for €72 Million. This makes him the sixth most expensive Brazilian signing.
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