Brazil top-flight league right from time immemorial has always been earmarked as the home of talent due to it’s penchant for producing exciting players.
That said, there are dozens of talented footballers in the Brasilieiro Serie A who could walk comfortably into any Europe’s top team eleven without qualms with precedents backing that up as a fact.
The Brasilieiro Serie A is obviously one of the best league in the world, as a matter of fact is ranked eight in the world which gives credence to how improved, big, and credible the league is.
Brasilieiro Serie A Most Valuable Players 2021
Gabriel Barbosa – (Flamengo, €26.00m)
Gabriel is obviously the Brazilian side biggest asset right now with the mind-blowing impact he’s had on the team since he was signed permanently from Inter Milan in 2020 for a deal worth €18.5m having failed to hit the ground running in Serie A.
The versatile forward his value at €26.00m which is a decent bargain for his potential suitors should he in the future nurse the ambition of returning to Europe. Meanwhile, with his current valuation that don’t necessarily means he would be sold for that amount trust the Brazilian side to demand for something bigger in the future for him.
In Gabriel’s first season at Flamengo he scored a career-high 25 goals in the league which says a lot about his quality as player and as matter of fact he’s also picked up from where he left it that season with his impressive form this season in the Brasilieiro top-flight.
Giorgian de Arrascaeta – (Flamengo, €18.00m)
Following the 27 year old magician historic achievement with the ‘Rubro-Negro’ winning a double the Copa Libertadores and the Brasilieiro Serie A league, he was awarded the Uruguayan ‘Charrua de Oro’ meaning the sportsperson of the year a commendable feat which further give credence to the amazing qualities the Uruguayan possesses.
List out best ten players in the league without mincing word Arrascaeta name would definitely feature in the top five not because of anything but because he’s been one of the finest legs in Brazil for some time and with that been amongst the most expensive players in the country isn’t a fluke.
As a brilliant midfielder blessed with excellent techniques, eyes for goal and impeccable vision to create something out of nothing is just a matter of time before some of Europe’s team would come knocking on his door due to his quality having been one of the most watchable star in South American.
Gabriel Veron – (Palmeiras, €18.00m)
Palmeiras teen sensation Gabriel Veron has been one of the Brasilieiro Serie A revelation since he made his debut in 2019. The 18 year old youngster his one of the club’s product doing impressively well for himself in the league having break into the first team set-up.
Without doubt his progress has reached the other side of the globe with prestigious team like Manchester United, Arsenal, and Real Madrid lurking around for his services. Albeit the youngster his contracted with the ‘White-Green’ till the summer of 2025 and getting him now might proved difficult but with the right money on the table in the future they would do business.
Gabriel Veron may not have experience another environment before except his native country Brazil, however, one day he would be on the same list of Brazilian youngster who has left their home like Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo who’re similar in terms of versatility to pitch their tent with teams in Europe.
Gabriel Menino – (Palmeiras, €14.00m)
Like Gabriel Veron, Menino is another Palmeiras academy product bossing the league with his mind-blowing versatility which has brought about a numerous scouting agents monitoring his progress since 2017.
The Brazilian his a central midfielder by trade but his well renowned for often been deploy to different role by his team and that could work for or against him. Some managers could like such player while some might not fancy him, however, that doesn’t take anything away from his quality as the kind of player some teams would like to have in their rank.
Since becoming a key member of the Palmeiras’ side he’s been likened to players like Joshua Kimmich of Bayern Munich and former Manchester City midfield maestro Yaya Toure. As a matter of fact his upward trajectory in terms of his development suggest he’s the kind of player that has a lot to offer his potential suitors.
Kayky da Silva – (Fluminense, €14.00m)
The good thing about the career of the youngster is that he might be playing his football in England with Manchester City once the Brazilian first division campaign comes to an end or remain with Fluminense on loan having out rightly signed him for a fee worth £9m.
Kayky is an extremely brilliant player who has the quality and intelligence reminiscent of his compatriot Neymar who also started is professional career from the Brasilieiro Serie A with Santos. It would be interesting to see how swift the teen sensation would adapt to life in Manchester once he leaves the four walls of his country.
For those who hasn’t seen him play the young Brazilian his a player with a competitive mentality and his resilience on the pitch is similar to that of Casemiro which in no doubt would come in-handy for him should he harbor the ambition of playing for Pep Guardiola led side.
Pedro Guilherme Abreu – (Flamengo, €14.00m)
Since the days of mind-blowing legendary forwards like Ronaldo ‘O Fenomeno’, Romario, and Adriano the Brazilian national team hasn’t really been able to produce a very clinical striker in the mold of the aforementioned stars above. Nonetheless, quite a number of players has been deployed in that position that hasn’t really worked out well as expected.
The good news is that since the emergence of Pedro he’s been tipped as the proper answer to their center forward problem and as a matter of fact current Selecao coach Tite attest to it due to the qualities the former Fluminense forward oozes in the box with immense ability to put the ball at the back of the net.
Pedro is so good that he could score a goal with both foot, and his head, aside that he’s an extremely intelligent forward who could give top centre backs lot of headache with his good positioning in the box which without doubt is the hallmark of a good striker.
Patrick de Paula – (Palmeiras, €12.00m)
Over the years football has been an easy route for an average Brazilian kid to escape the life of poverty. With the precedent of greats like Dani Alves and Rivaldo backing the above statement up as a fact. Patrick de Paula is one amongst the countless Brazilian players that the round leather game has help become a millionaire or billionaire.
The 21 year old midfielder his one of the most talented youngsters in South American right now who could fit perfectly into any decent team in the world due to the qualities he posseses as player. Patrick is a pure left-footed midfielder who could play as a number (8) with a lot of ability to drop deep and dictate the play when necessary.
Any team who thought it wise to gamble on getting him they would obviously be recruiting a talented player who could offer a lot offensively with his vision and passing accuracy likewise defensively too with his physicality and aggressiveness while shielding the back-four.
Robert Kenedy Nunes – (Flamengo, €10.00m)
Chelsea outcast Kenedy has been one of the London outfit most loaned player since he couldn’t make the starting line up of the team. On August 2021, the 25 year old extended his contract with his parent club before returning to team up with the Rubro-Negro until July 2022.
Since registering 20 appearances for the Blues during his first season in England at the age of 19, it’s been from one loan spell to another for the Brazilian who has often shown he posseses what it takes to become a brilliant player with a right club and manager.
Should the Chelsea hierarchy finally put out their verdict in offloading him outrightly the youngster still has age on his side, and most importantly his experience cum versatility would be of great benefit to any team that get him.
Jean Pyerre – (Gremio, €9.00m)
The Brasilieiro Serie A is blessed with abundant talented attacking midfielder whom top scouting agents has been monitoring to move to Europe.
One exciting player amongst the lot is Pyerre who has the eyes for defence splitting passes, eyes for goal and the quality required of a proper attacking midfielder.
Like Gabriel Menino, Jean Pyerre could play like a deep-line midfielder who dictates the pace of the game from deep with his intelligence and trickery passes that could affect the opponent. Recently teams from the MLS has been flirting around to sign him but that couldn’t happen due to some reason.
Should he continue to develop his game while with Gremio it won’t take long before more prestigious sides would come knocking on the Brazilian side door to sign him.
Rony de Silva Barbosa – (Palmeiras, €9.00m)
Rony de Silva Barbosa name was obviously the name on every Palmeiras enthusiast mouth in the Copa Libertadores when he hit the ground running with five goals and seven assists in 10 appearances last time out. His impressive display for Remo a team from the Amazon city of Belem has since put him on the upward trajectory as a player to look out for.
The former Albirex Niigata forward has so far been one of the ‘White-Green’ best legs both in the league and on the continent churning out commendable performances. He may still be playing the game with a Brazilian side now without a taste of foreign football yet, however that doesn’t take anything away from how good he could be in front of goal which he has proved over time.
With a decent valuation of €9.00m quite a number of decent club could afford him, however, that don’t necessarily means he won’t cost more when a potential suitors come to town for him.