Gabriel Jesus, Raphinha … 12 Brazilians still moving out the window | international football

The European transfer window promises to have protagonism in Brazil. Many players, including some of the Brazilian national team, will have to change clubs for next season. From Gabriel Jesus to Daniel Alves, the ge lists some names that will move the market in the coming days.

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Gabriel Jesus and Richarlison in action for Manchester City and Everton: forwards must leave their clubs – Photo: Matt McNulty/Manchester City FC via Getty Images

The 25-year-old Manchester City striker has another year on his contract with Pep Guardiola’s team but is determined to accept a new adventure. To watch the World Cup, he wanted more minutes. And Arsenal have emerged as the main candidate to have it, with an offer of 58 million euros to the Cityzens. Chelsea and Tottenham are exhausted.

In the long run after two years as a highlight at Leeds United and nine games for the national team, Raphinha, 25, is sought after in the market. He has a deal with Barcelona, ​​but the Catalan team is going through a financial crisis and there are obstacles to making the deal work. Arsenal could get the chance if they pay the € 75m Leeds is asking for.

Raphinha has scored 11 goals and three assists for Leeds United this season (Photo: Ben Stansall/AFP)

After four seasons at Everton, the 25-year-old Richarlison is yet another Premier League striker hoping to switch clubs. The Brazilian wants to take a step forward in his career and have Champions League experience. Staying in England is a player’s dream, but he has not ruled out leaving the country. There is no potential candidate yet.

Richarlison hopes to play in Champions League (Photo: OLI SCARFF / AFP)

After two good years at Ajax, 22-year-old forward Antony has been linked with Manchester United and Bayern Munich. The link with the English team was even stronger, after Erik had Hag, his only commander since arriving in Holland, to replace the Red Devils. But the young ex-São Paulo has other offers.

The 29-year-old striker has one more year on his Tottenham contract, with the option to change for another season. Lucas lost a place on the team after the arrival of Kulusevski, exploring transfer possibilities, but preferred to stay with Spurs. The return to São Paulo is estimated. He also has votes on MLS clubs.

Lucas Moura has one more year on his Tottenham contract, with the option to change at some point – Photo: Reuters

At 39, the right-back is looking for a club after Barcelona failed to change his contract. The return of the player to the Catalan team lasted only six months. Your goal is only one: to get to the World Cup. And coach Tite clarified that the former São Paulo player needs to stay at the level of competition. Athletico-PR emerged as a possibility.

Daniel Alves has not renewed his contract and says goodbye to Barcelona-Photo: Getty Images

Marcelo lives in the same situation as his former Brazilian partner. At 34, he left Real Madrid after 15 and a half seasons and no club. Your goal is to join a team competing in the Champions League.. The left back is estimated at Fenerbahçe, owned by Jorge Jesus, and Valladolid, owned by Ronaldo.

The 24-year-old attacking midfielder is one of the few Brazilians at Shakhtar Donetsk who did not change clubs after Russia’s attack on Ukraine. He preferred to wait until the end of last season to find a new team. The former Corinthian has not played an official game since December 2021. On his radar is the Premier League.

Pedrinho, in action for Shakhtar Donetsk – Photo: Jeroen Meuwsen/BSR Agency/Getty Images

Like Pedrinho, 23-year-old right-back Dodô has not played since December 2021. The former Coritiba has an opinion from Barcelona, ​​but hopes to know his fate soon. And Fiorentina came out as an option. Dodô does not want to remain involved with Shakhtar Donetsk.

Dodô must leave Shakhtar – Photo: Revelation/Shakhtar

The 25-year-old Torino defender has been voted the best defender in Serie A and is wanted by many clubs. However, has a deal with Inter Milan. PSG and Tottenham have also expressed interest, but the Nerazzurro team has always had a preference.

Bremer, from Torino, voted best Italian defender – Photo: Disclosure / Torino

The 24-year-old left-back was Monaco’s assist leader last season, with 12. He helped his team qualify for the next Champions League and sparked interest from some clubs. Barcelona is a possibility. The lack of a left side helped Caio Henrique get a good grade in finding names for the position.

At the age of 20, João Pedro has been at Watford for two and a half years, having been relegated to England’s Second Division. The club are looking to alleviate losses in the fall of a possible sale of the young ex-Fluminense. The English press has discussed Newcastle and West Ham’s interests in the striker.

João Pedro may leave Watford – Photo: Getty Images

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