Andreas Pereira

Soccer Player

Andreas Pereira was born in Duffel, Flemish Region, Belgium on January 1st, 1996 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 28, Andreas Pereira biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 1, 1996
Place of Birth
Duffel, Flemish Region, Belgium
28 years old
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Association Football Player
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Andreas Pereira Life

Andreas Hugo Hoelgebaum Pereira (born January 1st. 1996) is a professional footballer who plays for Manchester United and the Brazil national team as a midfielder. He was born in Duffel, Belgium, and spent his youth with Lommel United, which was nearby.

He joined PSV Eindhoven, the Dutch club, before moving to Manchester United in November 2011.

In March 2015, Pereira made his first Premier League appearance.

He has worked on loan at Granada and Valencia in Spain. Before playing for Brazil in September 2018, he competed for international football for both the country of his birth, Belgium, and his father's homeland, Brazil.


Andreas Pereira Career

Club career

Marcos Pereira, the son of former Brazilian professional footballer Marcos Pereira, Andreas Pereira, was born in Duffel, Belgium, although his father was a player there. He joined PSV Eindhoven in 2005 when he was nine years old. In 2011, after impressing at the Manchester United Premier Cup, Pereira became a target for several major English clubs, including Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool, but Pereira was convinced to join the Old Trafford club after impressing at the Manchester United Premier Cup in November 2011.

Because of laws surrounding international transfers, the move could not be completed before Pereira's 16th birthday on January 1, 2012, and further challenges with international clearance delayed his Manchester United debut until April 2012. In a league match away from Sheffield on Wednesday, he made his under-18 debut, but heavy rain forced the game to be called off after 35 minutes. He made two more appearances in the Premier Academy League in their under-18s finished eighth out of ten teams.

Pereira made 20 appearances and scored five goals in the 2012-13 season after signing as an academy scholar in July 2012. He also had his first experience of reserve team football during the season, starting as a replacement for James Weir in a 3–1 victory over Oldham Athletic in the Manchester Senior Cup and a second substitute appearance against Liverpool in the Professional Development League's semi-finals. Pereira received his first professional job in recognition of his appearances on January 7, 2013, just shy of his 17th birthday. Pereira was named Manchester United's captain for their 2013 Milk Cup campaign and named Player of the Tournament for his three goals as Manchester United's Premier Section champions. He continued to play for both the under-18s and the under-21s, as well as in the inaugural UEFA Youth League, scoring twice in three appearances, including a curling, 25-yard goal against Burnley in the third round. He appeared in 17 out of 21 league games as Manchester United finished third, but he scored the only goal against Liverpool, covering the team's loss to Chelsea in the final.

Pereira began the 2014-15 season with silverware as Manchester United defeated Manchester City 4–1 in the Manchester Senior Cup final on August 7, 2014. In a 4–0 away loss to Milton Keynes Dons in the second round of the League Cup, he made his senior debut three weeks later and appeared as a half-time substitute for Saidy Janko. Pereira made his Premier League debut against Tottenham Hotspur on March 15, 2015, his 77th-minute replacement for Juan Mata in a 3–0 victory for United.

He signed a new deal with Manchester United on May 1st until at least June 2018. Pereira was named the year's youngest player of the year for 2014-2015, eighteen days later.

Pereira scored his first goal for Manchester United's senior team in the 2015 International Champions Cup, defeating the San Jose Earthquakes in a 3–1 victory. In the eventual 3–0 victory over Ipswich Town, he made his first competitive appearance for the senior team in the third round of the League Cup on September 23, 2015, and scored a free kick.

Pereira joined Spanish club Granada on a season-long loan contract on August 26, 2016. In the 55th minute of a 5–1 loss at UD Las Palmas, he made his La Liga debut two days later, replacing Luis Martins.

Pereira scored his first goal for the Nazares on December 3rd, marking a 2-0 win over fellow Andalusians Sevilla FC. izmenes' only goal was a victory over Las Palmas over the Estadio Nuevo Los Cármenes on February 6, 2017. He scored long-range. He was back on the scoresheet for a 4–1 victory over Real Betis at the same ground eleven days later, but was barred for two games and the club fined €180.

Valencia announced the signing of Pereira to the club on a season-long loan contract on September 1, 2017. He made his home draw against Atlético Madrid eight days earlier and scored his first goal for Los Che on October 15th with a long-range strike as a replacement, resulting in a 6–3 victory at Real Betis.

Pereira scored his first Premier League goal in a home match against Southampton on March 2nd. Since scoring, he became Manchester United's goal of the season for 2018-19. In the same match, he also played an assist for Romelu Lukaku. Pereira was included in the starting lineup of the historic Champions League Round (162nd Leg) over PSG on March 7, where the team was able to recover from a 2-goal deficit and win on away goals at the Parc des Princes, a record that has never been broken before.

Pereira had signed a new four-year contract with the ability to extend by a further year on July 5, 2019. He started Manchester United's opening day 4–0 over Chelsea, in which he assisted Anthony Martial for the second goal. In a 3–1 home win over Brighton on November 10, he scored his first goal of the season.

Lazio announced Pereira's transfer to the club on a season-long loan on October 2, 2020. In a 4-3 victory over Torino on November 1, 2020, He scored his first Serie A goal.

Pereira joined Flamengo on a one-year loan on August 20, 2021. The Brazilian club has agreed to pay €1 million for the loan. He made a crucial mistake that led Flamengo to loss against Palmeiras in the final of Copa Libertadores 2021.

Fulham reported the signing of Pereira on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee, which is estimated at £10 million with add-ons. In a 2–2 home draw against Liverpool, he made his Fulham debut on August 6th, starting and playing 89 minutes.

International career

Pereira, who was born in Belgium to a Brazilian father and a mother of German descent, is eligible to represent either Belgium or Brazil at international level. He appeared for Belgium under 15 years, under-16, and under-17, but has since stated, "My heart is Brazilian." He was given his first Brazil call-up in 2014 and spent time with the under-20 team in China on their triumphant Panda Cup campaign. Pereira and Serbia qualified in the final, but Brazil lost 2–1 after extra time at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand. In total, he has scored twice in seven appearances under the age of 20. In a friendly against South Africa in March 2016, Pereira made oneTANgue appearance and scored one goal for Brazil at under-23 level.

He received his first senior call up for the friendly matches against the United States and El Salvador on August 17, 2018. He made his debut against El Salvador on September 11th, his first player to play for Brazil after being born outside of the country for the first time in over 100 years.


Brazil's pre-Copa America friendly win over Mexico is SUSPENDED over homophobic chants, with Liverpool star Alisson Becker the apparent target of slurs, June 9, 2024
Brazil's pre-Copa America friendly against Mexico at the Kyle Field stadium in Texas was suspended mid-match after homophobic chants were in the stands. The clash, which the South American giants eventually won 3-2, was paused just before the hour when the chants could be heard from the Mexico end during a goal kick being taken by Brazil stopper Alisson Becker. Referee Lukasz Szpala halted proceedings and informed both sets of players about the situation. A message was then displayed on the big screen, which read: 'Because of the discriminatory chant you just heard, the game has been temporarily stopped.

Revealed: Why Liverpool goalkeeper Alisson wore No110 shirt for Brazil in their friendly win over Mexico ahead of this summer's Copa America, June 9, 2024
Squad numbers are often a contentious issue for football fans, so eyebrows may have been raised upon seeing what was on the back of Alisson 's Brazil shirt on Saturday night. The Liverpool goalkeeper turned out for the South Americans in a warm-up friendly against Mexico, ahead of this summer's COPA America , but wasn't wearing the usual number on his jersey. Instead, Alisson took to the field wearing the goalkeepers shirt with the unusual number of 110 on the back. However, before shirt aficionados run to complain, there was a reason behind the shirt number and it won't be repeated. The number 110 shirt was worn by Alisson due to him be captain on the 100th anniversary of the Selecao.

Gabriel Martinelli strikes before Endrick nets last-gasp winner as Brazil beat Mexico 3-2 in thrilling Copa America warm-up clash, June 9, 2024
Brazil enjoyed the perfect warm-up as they secured a 3-2 win over Mexico in their pre-Copa America friendly in Kyle Field stadium in Texas on Saturday. Coach Dorival Junior, who assumed the Brazil job in January, decided to rest first-choice players such as Vinicius Jr, Rodrygo and Raphinha. His decision paid off as they took an early lead when Andreas Pereira scored from a Savio pass in the 5th. Mexico enjoyed the majority of possession in the first half but lacked the cutting edge to test goalkeeper Alisson Becker, who replaced the injured Ederson after he was ruled out with a fractured eye socket.
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