Portuguese Players Abroad


Portuguese Players abroad

2016/2017 season


Spain Spain

Atlético Madrid – TiagoAndré Moreira

Barcelona – André Gomes

Deportivo – Luisinho, Bruno Gama

Eibar – Bebé

Granada – Rúben Vezo, Rui Silva

Las Palmas – Hélder Lopes

Malaga – Duda

Real Madrid – Pepe, RonaldoFábio Coentrão

Sevilla – Daniel Carriço

Valencia – João Cancelo, Nani

England England 

Chelsea – Eduardo

Manchester United – Joel Pereira

Southampton – Cédric Soares

Sunderland – Mika

West Ham – José Fonte, Domingos Quina

Germany Germany

Bayern – Renato Sanches

Borussia Dortmund – Raphaël Guerreiro

Darmstadt – Daniel Fernandes

Wolfsburg – Vieirinha

Italy Italy

Cagliari – Bruno Alves

Genoa – Miguel Veloso

Inter – João Mário

Palermo – Carlos Embaló

Roma – Mário Rui

Sampdoria – Bruno Fernandes

Russia Russia

Lokomotiv Moscow – Manuel Fernandes

Zenit – Danny, Neto

France France

Lille – ÉderRony LopesXeka

Lorient – Cafú

Lyon – Anthony Lopes

Marseille – Rolando

Monaco – João Moutinho, Bernardo Silva

Nantes – Sérgio Oliveira

Nice – Ricardo Pereira

Paris St. Germain – Gonçalo Guedes

Rennes – Pedro MendesAfonso Figueiredo

St. Etienne – Jorge Intima

Ukraine Ukraine

Dynamo Kiev – Antunes

Netherlands Holland

NEC – Janio Bikel

Willem II – Asumah

 Belgium

Kortrijk – Joaozinho

Mouscron – Frederic Maciel

Sint-Truiden – Ruben Fernandes

Standard Liege – Rochinha

Waasland-Beveren – Hugo Sousa

Switzerland Switzerland

Lausanne-Sport – Elton Monteiro, Dany da Silva

Luzern – Ricardo Costa

Sion – Carlitos

Thun – Nelson Ferreira

 Turkey

Akhisar – Custódio, Miguel LopesRicardo Vaz Tê

Alanyspor – Candeias

Besiktas – Ricardo Quaresma

Galatasaray – Bruma

Kasimpasa – André Castro

Osmanlispor – Tiago Pinto

Trabzonspor – Bosingwa

Greece Greece

AEK – Hélder Barbosa, André Simões, Hugo Almeida

Asteras Tripolis – Wato Kuaté

Levadiakos – Carlos Milhazes

Iraklis – Jorge Monteiro

Olympiakos – André MartinsDiogo Figueiras

Panathinaikos – ZecaNuno Reis

Panetolikos – CristianoTomanéMiguel RodriguesLuís Rocha

 Romania

Astra Giurgiu – Joaozinho, Geraldo Alves, Ricardo Alves, Pedro Queiros, Filipe Teixeira

CFR Cluj – CamoraFilipe Nascimento, Tiago Lopes, Guima, Dani Coelho, Vitor Bruno

Concordonia Chaijna – Bruno Madeira

CSMS Iasi – Fabio

Pandurii Târgu Jiu – Pedro Mingote

Cyprus Cyprus

AEK Larnaca – Jorge Monteiro

Anorthosis – Esmael Goncalves

APOEL – Nuno Morais, Mario Sergio, Tiago Gomes

Apollon Limassol – Bruno Vale, Nuno Lopes, Joao Paulo

DOXA – Carlos MarquesRicardo Fernandes, Bernardo Vasconcelos, Paulo Jorge, Diogo Ramos

Ermis Aradippou – Manu, Toni, China

Nea Salamis – Henrique Esteves

Omonia – Renato Margaca, Nuno AssisJose Moreira, Cristovao Ramos

Croatia Croatia

Dinamo Zagreb – Ivo Pinto, Eduardo, Paulo Machado, Goncalo Santos

Istra Pula – Vitor Bastos, Henrique Dinis

Rijeka – Ruben Lima

Poland Poland

Lechia Gdansk – Tiago Valente

Legia Warsaw – Helio Pinto

Slask Wroclaw – Flavio Paixao

Bulgaria Bulgaria

Litex Lovech – Paulo Regula, Diogo Viana, Arsenio

Ludogorets Razgrad – Vitinha

Hungary Hungary

MTK – Pipo

Videoton – Filipe Oliveira

 United States/MLS

New England Revolution – Jose Goncalves

Orlando City – Estrela, Rafael Ramos

Philadelphia Union – Steven Vitoria

Australia Australia

Central Coast Mariners – Fabio Ferreira

San Jose Earthquakes – Paulo Renato


*updated 7/27/2015

2 thoughts on “Portuguese Players Abroad

  1. You may want to include those three Portuguese players playing for APOEL of Cyprus. Also adding Liedson and Deco to this list wouldn’t hurt even though their not real Portuguese citizens.

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