[People Profile] All We Know About Lucas Paquetá Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Lucas Tolentino Coelho de Lima born on 27 August 1997 is known by the name of Lucas Paqueta is a Brazilian professional footballer who is an attack midfielder with Ligue 1 club Lyon and the Brazil national team.
Early in the career
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Profiling Lucas ” Tolentino ” Coelho de LimaA Quick Glance At Lucas " Tolentino " Coelho de Lima
|Full Names||Lucas Tolentino Coelho de Lima|
|Place of birth||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Date Of Birth||27 August 1997|
|State of Origin||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
2019–2020 AC Milan
2016–2017 Brazil U20
|Salary||£49,000 per week|
|Net Worth||$5 million.|
Lucas Paqueta arrived at Flamengo in 2007 when he was 10 years old. At 15 He was extremely technically adept, however he did not possess the athleticism of other players of his age. By the age of 18 however, he had gained 27 centimeters 10.6 inches. In his Flamengo youth team, he took home in the 2016 Copa Sao Paulo de Juniores title which is the biggest youth competition in Brazil. Alongside other star athletes Leo Duarte, Felipe Vizeu and Ronaldo, Lucas was promoted the team’s professional squad immediately following the tournament.
In March 2016, Paqueta was promoted to Flamengo’s official team and was granted an extension of his contract until 2020. On 5 March 2016, Lucas debuted as a starter in a 3-1 win over Bangu in a 2016 Rio de Janeiro State League match. Paqueta got his first goal in professional football on the 19th of February during a 4-0 win against Madureira in the Estadio Raulino de Oliveira in Volta Redonda.
Paqueta scored both in his 2017. Copa do Brasil final in the 1-1 draw with Cruzeiro on the Maracana Stadium and in the 2017 Copa Sudamericana final against Independiente with a draw of 1-1 at the Maracana. In both games, Flamengo were defeated and were runners-up to their rivals in the tournaments. When they played in the Copa Sudamericana final, he was voted the best Flamengo player of the game. In 2017, he was considered by many fans to be together with Juan the best player of Flamengo.
At the 2017 Campeonato Carioca, Lucas Paqueta was named the best left-winger in the tournament. He is the sole Flamengo player to be selected for make the team of the tournament.
On October 10, 2018 media outlets throughout Brazil and Italy informed that an EUR35M deal was reached by AC Milan and Flamengo for the transfer of a player, overtaking the fierce competition of French clubs Paris Saint-Germain.
On January 4, 2019 the transfer became official by Milan notifying the player that he was signed to a five-year deal. He decided to wear the football shirt with the number 39. Due to his mother’s Portuguese heritage He was able to get registration as an European player.
Paqueta made his debut at the club on the 12th of January, 2019, and played for 85 minutes, before being substituted by Fabio Borini when Milan defeated Sampdoria by 2-0 after extra time of the Coppa Italia. The following day, Paqueta participated during the 2017 Supercoppa Italiana, held at the King Abdullah Sports City in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, in which Juventus defeated Milan 1-1. On the 21st of January, 2019 Paqueta played the Serie A debut with the 2-0 victory over Genoa in the Stadio Luigi Ferraris. In the game Paqueta made the ‘rainbow flick’ on his opponent Daniel Bessa. Paqueta got his goal of the season for Milan in the 3-0 victory against Cagliari and scored his second strike. The goal was dedicated to the victims of a fire that occurred at the club he used to play for, Flamengo and all the players of the team for under-15s.
On September 30, 2020, French team Lyon confirmed the appointment of Paqueta signing for EUR20 million for five-year agreement.
In the 21/22 season midfielder Antoine was named as the best foreign player of the French Championship, Ligue 1. The vote was conducted through a popular vote, and was backed with more than 22,000 voters. Paqueta was 25 years old, was competing with the PSG Marquinhos’ defender PSG Marquinhos, the marfileno midfielder of Lens Fofana and the Canadian leader of Lille Jonathan David.
On April 1, 2016 Paqueta was picked up as a first-time player to play for Brazil U20 for two friendlies matches played in Europe. He scored his debut goal for Brazil U20 in a 2-1 victory against England U20 on the 4th of September.
In October of 2016 the player was selected to play in his participation in the Quadrangular de Selecoes competition which was a round-robin friendly tournament against the U20 squads from Ecuador, Uruguay, and Chile.
When he turned 18 years old, Paqueta received a call to join his Brazil U23 team to prepare to compete in the Summer Olympics. Trainer Rogerio Micale called some younger players born between 1997 as well as 1998 such as Lucas who was invited to take part in group exercises in the hopes that they would eventually compete at the next Summer Olympics at Tokyo.
The player received his first official invitation to join the under-23 team in March 2020.
In 2018 he was chosen as one of the 12 options for the Brazilian national team by coach Tite for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Out of the 35 players who were on the 23-man roster, as well as the proviso roster Lucas was youngest.
On the 17th of August, Paqueta was called for the first time to his place in the Brazilian National team, by coach Tite to participate in friendly matches against the United States and El Salvador in September. On September 7 Paqueta made his debut for the national team. He came from the bench to replace Philippe Coutinho in the 71st minute in a friendly game in America. United States. On March 23, 2019 the Brazilian scored his first strike in the 1-1 draw against Panama and was wearing Brazil’s famous No. 10 shirt. In May of 2019 the player was selected in Brazil’s 23-man team of the 2019 Copa America.
2 July 2021 during the 2021 Copa America quarter-final clash against Chile He came in as a substitute half-time. He scored at the end of 47 minutes of the game to give Brazil the win 1-0. On the 6th of July in 2021, he scored the sole goal after the assistance of Neymar Junior, in the semi-final match against Peru.
Lucas is the older sibling of Lucas named Matheus who plays football. Lucas’ nickname Paqueta is a reference to Paqueta Island as well as the neighborhood named after him that where he was raised. He is a huge lover of funk music , and often performs a funk dance routine in his goal celebrations.