Brazil is one of the biggest exporters of football talent in the world with a number of their players plying their trade in a number of leagues worldwide.
European clubs are in the look out for the next sensation coming out of the Samba nation, here we look at some of the promising names that could make a name in European future in the next couple of years.
Bernard is regarded very highly in Brazilian Football, and judging by his performances in the last two campaigns you can see why. the 20-year-old has made himself a key part of the Atletico Minerio side, and his game has gone to a new level playing alongside seasoned Brazilian Internationals like Ronadinho and Jo.
His pace, running and dribbling ability remind people of a young Ronaldinho and the attacking midfielder has formed a good partnership with the seasoned campaigner.
His quality of play suggest that he will soon be plying trade for a top European club in the near future.
The Corinthians midfielder Paulinho has made a fan following for himself in Europe with his powerful displays making him a firm fan favourite.
His displays in last year's Club World Cup will have made scouts of different European clubs take notice of his talent.
He partners Chelsea's Ramires in international matches and could well join the Stamford Brigde outfit this summer.
Apart from Chelsea, Inter Milan, Manchester City and Arsenal have all been credited with an interest in the dynamic midfielder and the player having won everything in his home country might look for a foreign challenge.
The Brazilian defender is seen as a future captain for the five time world champions. He is a complete defender and will be vying for a position as a centre-back in the World Cup.
The player has been linked with a move to Club World Champions Corinthians but with strong links for him from some of the top clubs in Europe the defender might look to move there.
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