Brazil is believed to be the home of talented players. They have produced creative players who have managed to dorminate the European football. These are the top 5 most expensive Brazilian signings in football history.
1. Neymar Junior - The Brazilian winger joined Paris Saint Germain from Barcelona in 2017 for €222 Million. He has managed to continue with his good performance at the club. He has scored 8 goals and gave 6 assists in the 2022/2023 season.
2. Philippe Coutinho - He is the second most expensive Brazilian signing. The attacking midfielder joined Barcelona from Liverpool in 2018 for €160 Million.
3. Anthony - The Brazilian winger is in the process of joining Manchester United from Ajax in the 2022 summer transfer window for €100 Million.
4. Neymar Junior - The Brazilian winger joined Barcelona from Santos in 2013 for €88 Million.
5. Arthur Melo - The Brazilian midfielder joined Juventus from Barcelona in 2020 for €72 Million.
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