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4 Future Stars of Brazilian Football

Brazil has always been a country famous for football talents. Pele, Zico, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, etc. are only some of the names that left a huge impression on fans throughout the world.

In this article, we are focusing on the future stars of Brazilian football. Which players have the best odds of having a legendary career at this moment? Here is an overview of the footballers to pay attention to in the coming years!

Renan Lodi

Alex Sandro is currently 29 years old, and he has several good years in front of him. However, the Brazilian national team already has a replacement, and it is the 21-year-old Renan Lodi.

Lodi is a left-back who started his career in Athletico Paranaense. The manager of Atletico Madrid, Diego Simeone, being from South America himself, frequently looks for talents in this region. That is how the club’s scout team discovered Lodi and paid €20 million to acquire him in 2019.

The player already scored a goal and delighted the fans with his speed and crossing. Atletico Madrid is still battling for the spot in the UEFA Champions League next year. Do you believe that they can achieve that via the UCL? Are you so certain that you could bet on it? You can use Melbet mobile app to bet on Atletico Madrid, other Champions League matches and football competitions, as well as other sports.  

As for national squads, Lodi didn’t play for any youth teams, but he now has multiple appearances for the Brazil senior national squad. It is interesting to note that Lodi debuted by replacing Alex Sandro in a match against Senegal in October 2019.

Joao Pedro

It was in 2018 when Watford decided to acquire Joao Pedro, and he was only 17 years old at the time. The club patiently waited for over a year for the attacker to be granted a work permit, and he finally joined the squad in January 2020. It is interesting to note that Joao Pedro still hasn’t made a single appearance for Brazilian national teams, and that includes youth squads.

Joao Pedro used to play for Fluminense, and he arrived at Watford around the same time as their new manager Nigel Pearson. The forward didn’t wait long for his debut in the Premier League, and the club is hoping that he can be among those who help the team avoid relegation.

Matheus Henrique

Brazilians love to see a great footballer stay in the home country. Henrique is a huge talent, and the rumor is that Barcelona is interested in his services. However, he still plays for Gremio, who bought him from Sao Caetano after a loan period.

Matheus Henrique is a dynamic box-to-box player, and there are not many exceptional footballers in that category. It doesn’t come as strange that he debuted for the Brazil national team in 2019, and he is probably in line for many more performances.

Eric Ramires

Since he was born in Salvador, it was only reasonable that Eric Ramires would start his career in Bahia. He played for all the club’s ranks and participated in Serie A and Copa Sudamericana. FC Basel from Switzerland noticed him and decided to acquire him on loan in 2019.

At this point, Arsenal stands in line for the purchase of this talented midfielder. Ramires has an amazing dribbling and technical ability, which is why we believe he is in for a major transfer soon.


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