[People Profile] All We Know About Vítor Ferreira Biography, Career, Family, Networth

[People Profile] All We Know About Vítor  Ferreira Biography, Career, Family, Networth

Vitor Machado Ferreira born 13 February 2000, also known as Vitinha is a Portuguese professional footballer, who plays as an attacking midfielder with Primeira Liga club Porto and the Portugal national team.


In Porto’s youth program, Vitinha impressed during his time in the reserve squad before being promoted to the first team in the year 2020. He won the domestic double of the Primeira Liga and the Taca de Portugal during his debut season. He was then loaned to Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers in September of 2020, and was returning in the next season. He became an essential player for Porto and won two domestic doubles.

Profiling Vítor “Machado” Ferreira

A Quick Glance At Vítor "Machado" Ferreira
Full NamesVítor "Machado" Ferreira
Place of birthSanto Tirso, Portugal
Date Of Birth13 February 2000
State of OriginSanto Tirso, Portugal
position Midfielder
Current teamParis Saint-Germain
careerNumber 20
Youth career
2008–2011 Póvoa Lanhoso
2011–2019 Porto
2015–2016 → Padroense (loan)
Senior career*
Years Team
2019–2020 Porto B
2020– Porto 38
2020–2021 → Wolverhampton Wanderers (loan)
2022 Paris Saint-Germain
National team‡
2017 Portugal U17
2018 Portugal U18
2018–2019 Portugal U19
2019– Portugal U21
2022– Portugal
Salary€11.500 per week
Net Worth$1.5 million.

Vitinha is an ex- Portugal youth international, who represented the country at several levels of youth, and was part of the under-21 and under-19 teams which were runners-up at the 2019 UEFA European Under-19 Championship and 2021 European Championship, respectively. He made his first senior international appearance in 2022.

Club life


2019-20 The early career stage

In Santo Tirso, Vitinha started playing football at Povoa Lanhoso in 2007 before becoming a part of the youth team at FC Porto two years later at the age of 11. Vitinha first made his LigaPro debut with in the reserves team on August 11, 2019, in a match in a match against Sporting da Covilha. The player was part of the team of Porto which took home this year’s UEFA Youth League.

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On January 28, the year 2020 Vitinha was the first player to make an appearance in the first team. He came in as a substitute for Wilson Manafa in the 61st minute of a game with Gil Vicente. Vitinha made eight appearances when the club claimed the title of league champions.

2020-21: Loan to Wolves

On September 9, 2021, Vitinha moved on a season-long loan with English Premier League club Wolverhampton Wanderers. Wolverhampton Wanderers had an option to convert the loan permanent when it was over at a cost that was EUR20 million, given that Porto were required to loan Vitinha due to the UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations. The first time he played was on 14 September at Sheffield United as a second-half substitute. He made his debut came just the following day was in an away EFL Cup defeat to Stoke City.


Vitinha was able to make the full Premier League debut away to Manchester United on 29 December 2020. It was a match that Wolves were beaten by a narrow deflection during the extra time. On January 22 the 22nd of January, he scored his debut goal for the club by scoring an effort of 35 yards in the 1-0 win away against non-league team Chorley at the end of fourth-round play in the FA Cup. Then, at the end of his season the team decided not to exercise his buy-option.

2021-22 The return and double domestic

Vitinha started the 2021-22 campaign in the reserve team however, following his outstanding performances at the 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, the Brazilian began to earn more time as a regular starter. He scored his debut goal with the team in the 3-0 home win against Portimonense on the 3rd December. Following Sergio Oliveira departed to Roma in January 2022, Vitinha further consolidated his position as a starter, impressing the Porto manager Sergio Conceicao, with his performances with no ball and his pressing skills, earning him the League’s Player of the Month as well as Midfielder of The Month, for 2 months in January and December. He made 47 games, and score an assist in the 3-1 win over Tondela in the national cup final. He also helped Porto to win their domestic duo of Primeira Liga and the Taca de Portugal.

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International career


After playing at various levels at youth level in Portugal, Vitinha was named captain of the under-19 team during the 2019 UEFA European Under-19 Championship in Armenia she played every single match scoring twice and helping one time in the finals as the team finished second to Spain.

Vitinha was included in the squad of under-21 players for his 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship. The team he was chosen for was the team that took part in the tournament when Portugal was runners-up following losing the final 1-0 to Germany on June 6, 2021.

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On the 21st of March in 2022 Vitinha got his very first call-up to the senior team to play in 2022’s World Cup qualification play-offs, in place of an injured Ruben Neves. A few days later, at his club’s stadium where he made his debut as a senior player for the national team as a replacement for Joao Moutinho after an extra period during a 2-0 win against North Macedonia in the play-off final.

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