At a time when Europe—mainly Spain—is dominating International football, it's surprising that the prices of South American players haven't diminished slightly.
Brazilians particularly still seem to be held in higher regard than other nationalities, as though the country they were born in has some effect on their ability to play football.
Maybe it does. Who am I to suggest otherwise?
Brazil, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay have all produced some magnificent players of late, so let's take a look at which of those may be favouring a move to Europe in order to increase their worldwide stature.