Best Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22

Best Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22

Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22, Most Expensive Brazilian Player in EPL. 

Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22? Are you from Brazil? Have you ever wanted to know who your fellow Brazilians Football Players in English Premier League 2021/22? 

Well if you have ever wanted to find out the Brazilian Soccer Players in Premier League 2021/22 worry not because we have prepared a list of Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22 at each and every club in the Premier League including those sent out on loan.

Most Expensive Brazilian Player in EPL 2021/22
Brazilian Football Players in Premier League 2021/22? Who is the Most expensive Brazilian player in Premier League 2021/22? 

Alisson is the most expensive Brazilian player in Premier League 2021/22. He moved for €65,5 million from Roma to Liverpool.

Regardless of his origin he is also one of the most expensive players in the world overall.

2021/22 Brazilians in EPL
Here is the full list of Brazilian players currently playing in the Premier League.

Alisson --> Liverpool FC --> GK --> €60.00m
Ederson --> Manchester City --> GK --> €50.00m
Gabriel --> Arsenal FC --> CB --> €25.00m
Thiago Silva --> Chelsea FC --> CB --> €2.50m
Alex Telles --> Manchester United --> LB --> €18.00m
Emerson Royal --> Tottenham Hotspur --> RB --> €25.00m
Fabinho --> Liverpool FC --> DM --> €60.00m
Bruno Guimarães --> Newcastle United --> DM --> €30.00m
Fred --> Manchester United --> CM --> €22.00m
Philippe Coutinho --> Aston Villa --> LW --> €18.00m
Raphinha --> Leeds United --> RW --> €40.00m
Gabriel Jesus --> Manchester City --> €60.00m

Full List of Brazilian Football Players in Premier League

Brazilian Football Players in Premier League? Edu was a member of the Arsenal “Invincibles” team which won the Premier League in 2004.

Anderson won four Premier League titles with Manchester United. Rafael won three Premier League titles with Manchester United. Here is a full list of all the Brazilian Football players in the Premier League.

Alex – Chelsea – 2007–12
Alisson – Liverpool – 2018–
Allan – Everton – 2020–
Afonso Alves – Middlesbrough – 2007–09
Anderson – Manchester United – 2007–15
Anderson Silva – Everton – 2006–07
Fábio Aurélio – Liverpool – 2006–11
Júlio Baptista – Arsenal – 2006–07
Juliano Belletti – Chelsea – 2007–10
Bernard – Everton – 2018–21
Bernardo – Brighton & Hove Albion – 2018–21
Léo Bonatini – Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2018–19
Branco – Middlesbrough – 1995–97
Caçapa – Newcastle United – 2007–09
Carlos Vinícius – Tottenham Hotspur – 2020–21
Philippe Coutinho – Liverpool, Aston Villa – 2012–18, 2021–
Danilo – Manchester City – 2017–19
David Luiz – Chelsea, Arsenal – 2011–14, 2016–21
Denílson – Arsenal – 2006–11
Guly do Prado – Southampton – 2012–14
Doni – Liverpool – 2011–12
Doriva – Middlesbrough – 2002–06
Douglas Luiz – Aston Villa – 2019–
Ederson – Manchester City – 2017–
Edu – Arsenal – 2000–05
Elano – Manchester City – 2007–09
Emerson – Middlesbrough – 1996–97
Emerson Royal – Tottenham Hotspur – 2021–
Evandro – Hull City – 2016–17
Fabinho – Liverpool – 2018–
Fábio – Manchester United, Queens Park Rangers, Cardiff City, Middlesbrough – 2009–14, 2016–17
Felipe Anderson – West Ham United – 2018–21
Fernandinho – Manchester City – 2013–
Fernando – Manchester City – 2014–17
Filipe Luís – Chelsea – 2014–15
Roberto Firmino – Liverpool – 2015–
Fred – Manchester United – 2018–
Fumaça – Newcastle United – 1999–2000
Gabriel – Arsenal – 2020–
Gabriel Jesus – Manchester City – 2016–
Gabriel Martinelli – Arsenal – 2019–
Gabriel Paulista – Arsenal – 2014–17
Geovanni – Manchester City, Hull City – 2007–10
Gilberto – Tottenham Hotspur – 2007–09
Gilberto Silva – Arsenal – 2002–08
Gláuber – Manchester City – 2008–09
Heurelho Gomes – Tottenham Hotspur, Watford – 2008–11, 2015–18
Bruno Guimarães – Newcastle United – 2021–
Ilan – West Ham United – 2009–10
Isaías – Coventry City – 1995–97
Mário Jardel – Bolton Wanderers – 2003–04
Jô – Manchester City, Everton – 2008–11
João Pedro – Watford – 2019–20, 2021–
Joelinton – Newcastle United – 2019–
Júlio César – Bolton Wanderers – 2004–05
Júlio César – Queens Park Rangers – 2012–13
Juninho – Middlesbrough – 1995–97, 1999–2000, 2002–04
Kayky – Manchester City – 2021–
Kenedy – Chelsea, Watford, Newcastle United – 2015–19
Kléberson – Manchester United – 2003–05
Lucas Leiva – Liverpool – 2007–17
Lucas Moura – Tottenham Hotspur – 2017–
Lyanco – Southampton – 2021–[c SRB U19]
Maicon – Manchester City – 2012–13
Fernando Marçal – Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2020–
Mineiro – Chelsea – 2008–09
Nenê – West Ham United – 2014–15
Oscar – Chelsea – 2012–17
Alexandre Pato – Chelsea – 2015–16
Paulinho – Tottenham Hotspur – 2013–15
Andreas Pereira – Manchester United – 2014–16, 2018–20[b BEL][c BEL U17]
Matheus Pereira – West Bromwich Albion – 2020–21
Bruno Perone – Queens Park Rangers – 2011–12
Lucas Piazon – Chelsea – 2012–13
Rafael – Manchester United – 2008–15
Ramires – Chelsea – 2010–16
Raphinha – Leeds United – 2020–
Richarlison – Watford, Everton – 2017–
Douglas Rinaldi – Watford – 2006–07
Robinho – Manchester City – 2008–10
Fábio Rochemback – Middlesbrough – 2005–08
Rodrigo – Everton – 2002–03
Roque Júnior – Leeds United – 2003–04
Samir – Watford – 2021–
Sandro – Tottenham Hotspur, Queens Park Rangers, West Bromwich Albion – 2010–16
André Santos – Arsenal – 2011–12
Rafael Schmitz – Birmingham City – 2007–08
Thiago Silva – Chelsea – 2020–
Sylvinho – Arsenal, Manchester City – 1999–2001, 2009–10
Alex Telles – Manchester United – 2020–
Emerson Thome – Sheffield Wednesday, Chelsea, Sunderland, Bolton Wanderers – 1997–2004
Wesley – Aston Villa – 2019–22
Willian – Chelsea, Arsenal – 2013–21
Willian José – Wolverhampton Wanderers – 2020–21


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