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Portugal is the main destination of Brazilian players, according to CBF

 

The domination of Chinese clubs by offering astronomical wages can soon put the Asian country in a better position in the ranking of the main "importers" of Brazilian players, but in 2015, none of the countries came close to Portugal.
According to the data published by CBF, clubs from Portugal have signed the most number of Brazilian players in the past year. They took 136 players, which represents 19% of the 691 who left Brazil. China appears in the top-10 list of 2015, and after Portugal, it's Japan [44 transfers] and South Korea [26], followed by Uruguay, the main destination of Brazilians in South America with 23 transfers. Top-10 includes United Arab Emirates [23], Spain [21], United States [18)] Turkey [16], Italy [15] and Malta, tied with Bolivia, Saudi Arabia, India and Bolivia [14]. The report also shows that the total number of players who left Brazil last year reaches 774, and the foreigners who left were 83. China was chosen by 13 Brazilian players in 2015, a figure that should rise considerably in 2016.

The domination of Chinese clubs by offering astronomical wages can soon put the Asian country in a better position in the ranking of the main "importers" of Brazilian players, but in 2015, none of the countries came close to Portugal.

According to the data published by CBF, clubs from Portugal have signed the most number of Brazilian players in the past year. They took 136 players, which represents 19% of the 691 who left Brazil. China appears in the top-10 list of 2015, and after Portugal, it's Japan [44 transfers] and South Korea [26], followed by Uruguay, the main destination of Brazilians in South America with 23 transfers. Top-10 includes United Arab Emirates [23], Spain [21], United States [18)] Turkey [16], Italy [15] and Malta, tied with Bolivia, Saudi Arabia, India and Bolivia [14]. The report also shows that the total number of players who left Brazil last year reaches 774, and the foreigners who left were 83. China was chosen by 13 Brazilian players in 2015, a figure that should rise considerably in 2016.

 

 
 

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