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Who is Arthur Melo?
Arthur Melo, sometimes known as Arthur Henrique Hernandez Ramos de Oliveira Melo, is a Brazilian football player. He is a member of the Juventus football club in Italy as well as the Brazilian national squad. He is a midfielder who plays on the left side of the field. Gremio, a Brazilian team, was where he began his professional football career. His performance for the Gremio cemented his reputation as a promising young player. Chelsea in England and Barcelona and Atletico Madrid in Spain have expressed interest in him. In the end, he was bought by Barcelona for 31 million euros in 2018. In 2018, he made his senior debut for Brazil.
On August 12, 1996, Arthur Melo was born. Arthur Henrique Hernandez Ramos de Oliveira Melo is his given name. He was born to Ailton de Melo, a father, and Lucia de Melo, a mother. He was born in the Brazilian state of Goiania. He is of Brazilian descent. Leo is his zodiac sign. Melo has a younger brother named Paulo Henrique. His educational background is presently unavailable.
Arthur has been in love with his gorgeous girlfriend, Keila Garcia, since the beginning of his senior career at Gremio. In Brazil, Kelia is well-known as a model. Her boyfriend’s transfer to FC Barcelona undoubtedly prompted her to prepare, but she had delays in seeing him in Spain.
As a DM for Juventus, Arthur (Arthur Henrique Ramos de Oliveira Melo) makes £125,000 per week and £6,500,000 per year. Arthur’s net worth is £25,059,320 and his current deal runs out on June 30, 2025.
The Brazilian midfielder is 1.71 meters tall, or 5 feet and 7 inches tall. He has a muscular physique. His eyes are brown, and his hair is also brown. He has 5.2 million Instagram followers and 822 thousand Twitter followers.
The Career of Arthur Melo
At the age of 12, Arthur Melo began his professional career with Goiás, his hometown club. He went to Grêmio in 2010 after being recognized in a young tournament. Arthur was promoted from Grêmio’s youth team to the main team under first-team manager Luiz Felipe Scolari in January 2015, following his good performances at the Copa So Paulo de Futebol Junior. He made his Campeonato Gaucho debut against Aimoré, and he started unexpectedly. However, he was replaced at halftime by Argentine fullback Matas Rodrguez and did not play again for the rest of the season. In 2016, Arthur made his league debut in the season’s final match, a 1–0 home loss to Botafogo, coming on in the second half to replace Kaio.
After a streak of strong performances in the Primeira Liga and the Campeonato Gaucho, Arthur Melo was promoted to the first squad in 2017. He was selected man-of-the-match in his Copa Libertadores debut, a 1–1 away draw against Club Guaran, after completing 40 passes with an amazing 100% success rate. His playing style and physical stature drew comparisons to Spanish midfielders Andrés Iniesta and Thiago, and he drew interest from Chelsea, Barcelona, and Atlético Madrid. Arthur made his professional debut in May, scoring the opening goal in a 3–1 Copa do Brasil triumph over Fluminense. He scored his first league goal in July, the second in a 3–1 away win over Vitória. Despite playing only 50 minutes due to injury, Conmebol named him player of the match in the second leg of the Copa Libertadores final against Lans in November.
On March 11, 2018, Barcelona and Grêmio signed an agreement for Arthur Melo’s transfer. The Spaniards agreed to pay a €31 million initial price plus €9 million in further variables. On July 9, 2018, Arthur signed a six-year contract and was formally declared a Barça player. Arthur made his debut against Tottenham Hotspur in a pre-season friendly match on July 28.
On the 12th of August, Arthur Melo made his competitive debut in the 2018 Supercopa de Espana, in which Barcelona won 2–1 over Sevilla. Arthur made his league debut in the club’s opening league encounter of the season, scoring his first goal and providing his first assist in a 3–0 triumph over Alavés. Arthur scored his first goal for Barcelona in a 2–2 away draw against Osasuna on August 31, 2019.
Barcelona announced on June 29, 2020, that they had struck an agreement with Juventus for the transfer of Arthur on a five-year contract worth €72 million-plus €10 million in variables, with a Miralem Pjani swap. On September 27, he made his club and Serie A debuts, coming on as a substitute in a 2–2 away draw against Roma.
Arthur Melo was a member of Brazil’s under-17 national team. He was selected to play in the 2013 South American Under-17 Football Championship for Brazil’s under-17 team. Arthur Melo received his first senior call-up to the Brazil squad on September 15, 2017, for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Bolivia and Chile. In May 2018, he was added to the 2018 FIFA World Cup standby list.
On the 7th of September 2018, he made his international debut as a substitute against the United States in a 2–0 friendly win. On September 12th, the Brazilian made his debut against El Salvador, winning 5–0. “He always finds the best escape, the best pass out,” Tite said of the midfielder’s play style. He comes up with the pass that will aid a player, even if he doesn’t provide the assist.”
Arthur Melo was named to Brazil’s 23-man team for the 2019 Copa América, which will be held on home soil. Arthur assisted Gabriel Jesus’ match-winning goal near the end of the first half in the 2019 Copa América Final against hosts Peru at the Maracana Stadium on 7 July; the match concluded in a 3–1 victory for Brazil.
On November 17, 2020, Arthur Melo scored his first senior international goal for Brazil, the opening goal in a 2–0 away win over Uruguay in a 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier.
|Year||Weekly Wage||Yearly Salary||Club||Position||League||Age||Contract Expiry|
|2021||£134,000||£6,968,000||Juventus||DM, M/AM||Serie A||23||30-06-2025|
|2020||£102,000||£5,304,000||Barcelona||DM, M/AM||La Liga||22||30-06-2024|
|2019||£104,000||£5,408,000||Barcelona||DM, M/AM||La Liga||21||30-06-2024|
|2018||£15,000||£780,000||Grêmio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense||DM, M/AM||Campeonato Brasileiro Série A||20||31-12-2021|
|2017||£1,000||£52,000||Grêmio FBPA||DM, M/AM||Brasileirão||19||31-12-2019|
|2016||£870||£45,240||Grêmio FBPA||DM, M/AM||Brasileirão||18||31-12-2016|
|2015||£40||£2,080||Grêmio FBPA||DM, M/AM||Brasileirão||17||31-12-2016|
Awards, Titles, and Achievements
Arthur Melo has won several titles and individual awards in his career.
- Copa do Brasil: 2016
- Copa Libertadores: 2017
- Recopa Sudamericana 2018
- Campeonato Gaúcho: 2018, 2019
- La Liga: 2018–19
- Supercopa de España: 2018
- Coppa Italia: 2020–21
- Supercoppa Italiana: 2020
- Copa América: 2019
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Team of the Year: 2017
- Campeonato Brasileiro Série A Best Newcomer: 2017
- South American Footballer of the Year: 2017 (3rd place)
- Copa América Team of the Tournament: 2019
- FIFA FIFPro World11 nominee: 2019 (11th midfielder)
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