[People Profile] All We Know About Evanilson Barbosa Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Francisco Evanilson de Lima Barbosa born on 6 October 1999, more commonly referred to as Evanilson is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays the position of player for the Primeira Liga club Porto.
Evanilson is part of the Fluminense youth academy and made his debut as a senior player
Profiling Francisco Evanilson de Lima Barbosa
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|Full Names||Francisco Evanilson de Lima Barbosa|
|Place of birth||Fortaleza, Brazil|
|Date Of Birth||6 October 1999|
|State of Origin||Fortaleza, Brazil|
2018 → Šamorín (loan)
2020 → Fluminense (loan)
2021 Porto B
2020– Brazil U23
|Salary||£20,000 per week|
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
for this club on January. He was loaned with Slovakian club Samorin during the season 2017-18. In the year 2020, he joined Tombense but was quickly returned to
Fluminense. The following year, he relocated to Porto after playing 26 times over the course of his time with Fluminense. In Porto he was awarded his Primeira Liga and Taca de Portugal double during the 2021-22 season. Evanilson has played for Brazil at the under-23 age group.
The native of Fortaleza, Evanilson started his career at the youth team of Fluminense in 2013 with local club Estacao. He made his debut debut on January 17th, 2018 as a substitute in the second half for Dudu in the 3-1 Campeonato Carioca away loss against Boavista He also conceded a penalty during that game.
On the 23rd of January, 2018 Evanilson received the Fluminense’s farm team affiliated Samorin the Slovakia’s second. Liga. Evanilson made his debut in the foreign league on 14 April, taking over Roman Sabler in a 1-0 home victory over Partizan Bardejov. A week later, Evanilson scored his first senior goal, scoring the opening goal in a 2-0 win away against Spisska Nova Ves. Evanilson then going back with Fluminense in May. He contributed with three goals over six games.
After returning to Fluminense, Evanilson was assigned to the Under-20 squad. In September, after having been the most prolific goal scorer of the Campeonato Brasileiro Sub-20 with 11 goals, he received a promotion into the squad’s main team. After making an impact in the Flu youth teams He quickly made his way into the main team but he was not in the favour at the club due to not being considered for one of the top recently made promises from Flu youth teams.
Evanilson was made Serie A debut on 7 November, replacing the fellow youngster Marcos Paulo in a 2-0 away win over Sao Paulo. In the 8th December, his debut game for the club Evanilson scored a brace in a 2-1 home defeat of Corinthians.
On the 13th December of 2019, Evanilson signed a pre-contract with Tombense that became effective in February. On the 15th of January, Fluminense confirmed that he will remain with the club until the end of December 2021. Evanilson started to play regularly for Flu during the 2020 season along with Marcos Paulo in the in front.
7 September 2020 was the date Evanilson signed a five-year deal to join Portuguese club Porto for a fee that was worth $8.8 million. Fluminense receiving 30 percent of the payment that will be paid to Tombense and an additional 6% of the profit from the sale. Evanilson made his debut for the club on October 24 and scored the winning goal in a 1-0 victory at home over Gil Vicente in the Primeira Liga.
Following months, and after spotting a lack of first-team opportunities, Evanilson joined the reserve team of Porto in LigaPro and was hoping to be able to make it into the first team, under the direction of manager Sergio Conceicao, following an suggestion from his teammate Otavio.
In the course of scoring 6 goals over just five matches in Porto’s B side Evanilson was able to earn his place in the team’s first squad on the 30th of October 2021. He scored two goals in a home win of 4-1 against local opponents Boavista at the Derby da Invicta. On the 23rd of December Evanilson had a double in Porto’s 3-0 victory over Benfica, a team that is a rival to Benfica at the Taca de Portugal, before being exiled during the game and forced to miss the subsequent game against the same team within the Primeira Liga.
In January 2022 He achieved his first three-goal hat trick of the league with the 4-1 win away against B SAD, doubling his previous record of 10 goals. On the 30th of January the same day, he scored a backheel in the 2-1 win at home against Maritimo and was awarded his Primeira Liga Goal of the Month award. His performance resulted in being named the league’s forward of the Month during January. On the 6th of March, Evanilson scored a goal and also provided an assist to aid his team in coming back to a halt in the opening game of Porto’s semifinal at the Taca de Portugal in a victory at home 2-1 against opponents Sporting CP to become the first Porto player since the 1997-98 season following Mario Jardel to score six or more goals for the club in the tournament.
Evanilson has played twice for Brazil at the lower level of under-23, in friendly matches with South Korea and Egypt in November of 2020.