Portuguese Players Abroad


Portuguese Players abroad

2018/2019 season


Spain Spain – La Liga

Atletico Madrid – Gelson Martins, Silvano Carungal
Barcelona – André Gomes, Nélson Semedo
Eibar – Bebé, Paulo Oliveira
Getafe – Antunes
Huesca – Luisinho, Rúben Semedo
Real Betis – William Carvalho
Real Sociedad – Kévin Rodrigues
Sevilla – Daniel Carriço
Valencia – Rúben Vezo

Germany Germany – Bundesliga

Bayern Munich – Renato Sanches
Borussia Dortmund – Raphaël Guerreiro
Eintracht Frankfurt – Gonçalo PaciênciaFrancisco Geraldes
Freiburg – Daniel Simões
Hannover – Rodrigo Santos
RB Leipzig – Bruma

England England – Premier League

Brighton – Mamadou Koné
Crystal Palace – Luis Alves
Everton – João Virgínia
Fulham – Rui FonteJosé Mourinho
Leicester City – Adrien Silva, Ricardo Pereira
Liverpool – Rafael Camacho,
Manchester City – Bernardo Silva
Manchester United – Diogo Dalot
Southampton – Cédric Soares
West Ham – Domingos QuinaXande Silva
Wolves – João MoutinhoRui PatrícioRúben Vinagre, Ivan Cavaleiro, Diogo JotaPaulo AlvesHélder CostaRúben NevesJoão CaiadoBoubacar HannePedro GonçalvesTomás Reimão

Italy Italy – Serie A

Atalanta – António Gomes
Bologna – Aliu Baldé
Genoa – Pedro Pereira, Iuri MedeirosVasco OliveiraRúben Costa
Inter – João Mário, João Fonseca
Juventus – Ricardo CamposJoão Serrão, Afonso Freitas, João Cancelo, Cristiano Ronaldo, Rafael Fonseca
Lazio – Madiu Bari, Al Hassan Lamin, Pedro Neto, Bruno Jordão, Jorge Silva
Milan – André Silva, Tiago Dias
Parma – Bruno Alves
Napoli – Mário Rui
Sampdoria – Mário FerreiraGonçalo CabralEduardo Baldé, Gabriel Gomes, Bruno AmadoJoão Nóbrega

France France – Ligue 1

Guingamp – Pedro Rebocho
Lille – Edgar Ié, Xeka, José Fonte
Lyon – Anthony Lopes, Quentin Vieira
Marseille – Rolando
Monaco – Rony Lopes, Tiago Ribeiro, Amílcar Silva
Montpellier – Pedro Mendes
Nantes – Rayan Gonçalves
Nice – Pedro Brazão
Paris St. Germain – Gonçalo Guedes
Toulouse – Matis Carvalho

Russia Russia – Premier League

Lokomotiv Moscow – Manuel FernandesÉder
Zenit – Luís Neto

 Belgium – Belgian First Division A

Anderlecht – Josué Sá
Charleroi – Núrio Fortuna
Mouscron – Idrisa Sambú
Royal Antwerp – Ivo RodriguesAurélio Buta
Sint-Truiden – Jorge Teixeira
Standard Liege – Orlando Sá

Ukraine Ukraine – Premier League

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 Turkey – Süper Lig

Akhisar – Miguel Lopes, Hélder Barbosa
Besiktas – Ricardo Quaresma, Pepe
Fenerbahçe – Luís Neto
Goztepe – André Castro, Beto
Kayserispor – Varela, Tiago Lopes
Osmanlispor – Tiago PintoJosué
Trabzonspor – João Pereira

Netherlands Holland – Eredivisie

NEC – Janio Bikel
Willem II – Asumah

Czech Republic – Czech First League

Slavia Prague – Danny

Austria Austria – Bundesliga

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Switzerland Switzerland – Super League

Basel – Pedro Pacheco
Lausanne-Sport – Elton Monteiro, Dany da Silva, Lucas Duarte Teixeira, Luis da Silva
FC Lugano – David da Costa
Sion – Carlitos, Valter Zacarias, Tózinho, Ambrosio da Costa
Thun – Nelson Ferreira, Ayrton Ribeiro, Nuno da Silva
Young Boys – Samuel Taveira

Greece Greece – Football League

AEK – André Simões, Hugo AlmeidaHélder Lopes
Kerkyra – Fábio Nunes
Olympiakos – André MartinsDiogo Figueiras
Panathinaikos – Nuno Reis
Panetolikos – Miguel RodriguesLuís Rocha

Denmark Denmark – Superliga

Odense – João Pereira

Croatia Croatia – First Football League

Dinamo Zagreb – Paulo Machado

Poland Poland – Ekstraklasa

Lechia Gdansk – Flávio Paixão, Marco PaixãoJoão Nunes
Legia Warsaw – Hildeberto Pereira
Slask Wroclaw – Augusto Pereira

Israel Israel – Premier League

Hapoel Be’er Sheva – Miguel Vítor
Kiryat Shmona – Afonso Taira

 Romania – Liga I

Astra Giurgiu – Geraldo Alves
CFR Cluj – Mário Camora, Thierry Moutinho
CS U Cracovia – Tiago Ferreira
Dinamo Bucuresti – Diogo Salomão, Filipe Nascimento
Gaz Metan – Paulo Jorge
CSMS Iasi – Pedro Mendes
Juventus Bucuresti – Pedro Mignote
Steaua Bucuresti – Filipe Teixeira

Cyprus Cyprus – First Division

AEL Limassol – Mesca, Leandro Silva
Anorthosis – Pelé, Filipe Oliveira, Caló
APOEL – Nuno Morais
Apollon Limassol – Bruno Vale, João Pedro
DOXA – Carlos Marques, Tiago Gomes
Nea Salamis – Rúben BrígidoJoão China
Olympiakos Nicosa – Romeu Torres, Hélder Castro, Miguelito
Omonia – Rafael Lopes, Alex Soares
Pafos – Manú

Azerbaijan Azerbaijan – Premier League

FC Kapaz – Serginho

Belarus Belarus – Premier League

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Bulgaria Bulgaria – First Professional Football League

Beroe – Pedro Eugénio
CSKA Sofia – David Simão, Tiago RodriguesRúben Pinto
Cherno More – Vitinha
Loko Plovdiv – Paulo Teles

Sweden Sweden – Allsvenskan

none

Kazakhstan Kazakhstan – Premier League

Irtysh – Carlos Fonseca

Scotland Scotland – Football League

Dundee – Wato Kuaté
Hearts – Esmael Gonçalves
Rangers – Bruno Alves, Daniel Candeias, Fábio Cardoso, Dálcio

Norway Norway – Eliteserien

Haugesund – Bruno Leite
Lillestrom – Daniel Fernandes

Hungary Hungary – Nemzeti Bajnokság I

Ferencvaros – Rui Pedro

 United States – Major League Soccer

Chicago Fire – João Meira
LA Galaxy – João Pedro
Orlando City – Rafael Ramos
Sporting Kansas City – Gerso

Australia Australia – A-League

none

China – Super League

Henan Jianye – Ricardo Vaz Tê
Shanghai SIPG – Ricardo Carvalho


*italics indicates a youth/reserve player

*updated 8/31/2017

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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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