Top 10 Brazilian players in the world right now
The South American country is a hotbed of footballing talent
Brazil has produced some of the best players throughout the history of the game, from Pelé and Garrincha in the sixties, Zico and Socrates in the eighties, to Ronaldo, Romario, Ronaldinho and Neymar in the past 25 years.
Entertainment, flair, dribbling skills and creativity is what Brazilian football is all about.
With the FIFA World Cup being on the doors, the Seleção will be looking to redeem self-esteem after the humiliating exit at the hands of the Germans on home soil, in 2014. Here are the top 10 Brazilian footballers, who will be looking to be part of the squad in trip to Russia.
#10 - Fabinho:
Fabinho has just come out of his best season ever in professional football, after helping AS Monaco clinch the French league title from the hands of Paris Saint Germain.
The 23-year old was capable of making the transition from right back to central midfield, and is now considered one of the best under 23 players at his position. Fabinho needs another season at the top level, in order to earn a higher position in the top 10.