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This name uses Portuguese naming customs. The first or maternal family name is Aoás and the second or paternal family name is Corrêa.
Marquinhos
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Marquinhos after winning Olympic gold with Brazil in 2016
Personal information
Full name Marcos Aoás Corrêa
Date of birth (1994-05-14) 14 May 1994 (age 22)
Place of birth São Paulo, Brazil
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[1]
Playing position Centre-back / Right back
Club information
Current team
Paris Saint-Germain
Number 5
Youth career
2002–2011 Corinthians
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2011–2012 Corinthians 6 (0)
2012–2013 Roma 26 (0)
2013– Paris Saint-Germain 96 (6)
National team
2011 Brazil U17[2] 14 (0)
2014 Brazil U21[2] 5 (0)
2016 Brazil U23[2] 6 (1)
2013– Brazil 17 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:00, 26 February 2017 (UTC).
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 15 November 2016

Marcos Aoás Corrêa (born 14 May 1994), commonly known as Marquinhos, is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a defender for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and the Brazil national team. Mainly a central defender, he can also play as right-back.

He began his career at Corinthians, and after winning the 2012 Copa Libertadores he moved to Roma for an eventual fee of €3 million. Marquinhos was a regular in his only season as Roma reached the Coppa Italia Final. In July 2013, he moved to Paris Saint-Germain for €31.4 million on a five-year contract, one of the highest fees for a player under the age of 20.[3][4][5] He won ten items of silverware at the club, including the Ligue 1 title in each of his first three seasons. Marquinhos played less frequently after the acquisition of compatriot David Luiz in 2014,[6][7] returning to an integral role after the latter was sold in 2016.[8]

Marquinhos made his full international debut for Brazil in 2013, and was part of their Under-21 side which won the 2014 Toulon Tournament. He also represented the nation at the 2015 Copa América and the following year's Copa América Centenario, and won a gold medal at the 2016 Olympics.

Club career[edit]

Corinthians[edit]

Marquinhos joined Corinthians at the age of eight in 2002.[9] After winning the state junior cup, he was first included in a senior matchday squad on 29 January 2012,[10] remaining an unused substitute in their 1–0 home win over Linense in the Campeonato Paulista.[11] He made his professional debut in the competition on 18 February, playing the full 90 minutes of a victory by the same score at São Caetano.[12] He made eight appearances across the season, as the Timão topped the table in the regular season but were defeated by Ponte Preta in the play-offs quarter-finals.[13]

After the conclusion of the state championship, Marquinhos made his Campeonato Brasileiro Série A debut on 20 May 2012, playing the full 90 minutes in a 0–1 loss to Fluminense at the Paulo Machado de Carvalho Stadium; both teams were resting players in the first game of the season due to concentration on the Copa Libertadores.[14] He played six games in the national championship,[2] and was an unused substitute as the club won the 2012 Copa Libertadores Finals against Boca Juniors.[15]

Roma[edit]

In July 2012, Marquinhos was signed by Italian club Roma from Corinthians. The transfer was initially a one-year loan for a fee of €1.5 million, rising to €3 million after he made eight first-team appearances of at least 45 minutes each.[16] At Roma, he wore the number 3 and played under the name "Marcos".[17]

Marquinhos made his debut on 16 September in a 2–3 loss against Bologna at the Stadio Olimpico, sent on by manager Zdeněk Zeman to replace Iván Piris for the match's final 15 minutes.[18] By October, Zeman decided to partner Marquinhos for his speed alongside former Corinthians teammate and fellow Brazilian Leandro Castán in central defence, demoting former starter Nicolás Burdisso to the substitutes' bench.[19] He given a straight red card in a 4–2 victory over Milan on 22 December when he was judged to have denied Stephan El Shaarawy a clear goalscoring opportunity.[20]

Marquinhos played 26 Serie A games in his only season, and four in the Coppa Italia.[2] This included the full 90 minutes of the final on 26 May, playing at right back as Roma lost 0–1 to Rome rivals Lazio.[21]

Paris Saint-Germain[edit]

2013–14 season[edit]

I am delighted to be joining Paris Saint-Germain, a club where so many Brazilians have played and helped write the club's history. I'm going to do all I can to continue that tradition, and take my turn to write some great pages of the club's history. Paris Saint-Germain is going to allow me to improve alongside some exceptional players with the hope of winning trophies and the hearts of the supporters.

— Marquinhos speaking of his transfer.[22]

On 19 July 2013, Marquinhos signed a five-year deal with French side Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of €31.4 million.[22] According to BBC Sport, this was then the highest transfer fee for a teenager,[3] although Sky Sports report it as then the fifth-highest such transfer,[4] and France's Le 10 Sport record it as the third-highest.[5] French news channel BFM TV described the transfer as the fifth most expensive of all time for a defender, after those of Rio Ferdinand, Thiago Silva, Lilian Thuram and Dani Alves.[23]

Marquinhos' transfer was threatened by anomalies in his medical exam,[22] and he missed the team's pre-season visit to Sweden. His mother said that he had caught a virus,[24] with PSG denying claims circulated by Le Parisien that he had hepatitis.[25]

On his official debut for the club on 17 September, Marquinhos scored his first professional goal to confirm a 4–1 win against Olympiacos at the Karaiskakis Stadium in the group stage of the 2013–14 UEFA Champions League.[26] Five days later, Marquinhos made his Ligue 1 debut as a starter in a 1–1 draw against Monaco. His first league goal for the club came on 28 September, the first in a 2–0 win over Toulouse.[27] On 2 October, he scored the second goal in a 3–0 Champions League group victory against Benfica.[28] Marquinhos, who was playing due to injury to Thiago Silva, expressed surprise at his goalscoring form at the start of his PSG career.[29]

Marquinhos scored the last goal of PSG's 6–1 aggregate win over Bayer Leverkusen in the last 16 of the Champions League on 12 March 2014,[30] and was an unused substitute as they won the Coupe de la Ligue final against Lyon on 19 April.[31] On 10 May, he scored the opening goal of a 3–1 win over Lille, which put by-then league champions PSG to a record league points tally of 86 with a game left to play.[32]

2014–15 season[edit]

Marquinhos began the 2014–15 season on 2 August in the Trophée des Champions, playing the whole 90 minutes as PSG won 2–0 against Guingamp at the Workers Stadium in Beijing. In the 32nd minute, he gave away a penalty kick by fouling Claudio Beauvue, but Salvatore Sirigu saved the penalty shot from Mustapha Yatabaré.[33] His first goal of the season came in a 2–0 win at Caen on 24 September, heading in Javier Pastore's corner.[2][34]

On 26 March 2015, Marquinhos signed a one-year contract extension to keep him at the team until 2019. Club president Nasser Al-Khelaifi said that, "The biggest European clubs were interested in signing Marquinhos, so this contract extension further reinforces Paris Saint-Germain’s ambitious long-term project."[35] As the right-back in an all-Brazilian defence (alongside Maxwell, Thiago Silva and David Luiz), Marquinhos featured in PSG's 3–2 win at Marseille in Le Classique, scoring the equaliser.[36] Six days later, he started in the 4–0 victory over Bastia in the 2015 Coupe de la Ligue, his 34th consecutive game without a defeat for the club, surpassing a record set by George Weah.[37] On 16 May, PSG won their third consecutive league title with a 2–1 victory at Montpellier, with Marquinhos playing the final 12 minutes in place of Yohan Cabaye.[38] Two weeks later, he was an unused substitute as the team finished a perfect domestic season with victory in the Coupe de France final against Auxerre.[39]

2015–16 season[edit]

Marquinhos (in white, number 5) in a UEFA Champions League match against Chelsea in March 2016

PSG began the season with a 2–0 victory over Lyon in the 2015 Trophée des Champions, with Marquinhos an unused substitute as Serge Aurier played at right back.[40] At the end of the summer transfer window, Chelsea had two bids rejected for his signature, of amounts between £25.7–£40.4 million.[41]

Marquinhos played rarely during the season, due to the partnership of his compatriots Silva and David Luiz in the centre of the PSG defence. One of the team's former defenders, Alex, recommended that Marquinhos leave the team, as he was in demand from big teams in which he would have an opportunity to play.[6] In February 2016, Silva criticised the agency representing Marquinhos and David Luiz for having led two players of the same position to the same club, thus limiting Marquinhos' opportunities; Silva mentioned Barcelona's interest in the player.[7] PSG manager Laurent Blanc stated that he would be open for Marquinhos to leave at the end of the season, while agent Giuliano Bertolucci confirmed that Marquinhos would be leaving.[42]

On 2 March, Marquinhos scored his first goal of the season as PSG won 3–1 at Saint-Étienne in the cup quarter-finals.[2][43] Following Aurier's expulsion from the team, he took over at right-back, earning praise for his performances against Chelsea in the last 16 of the Champions League.[44] On 23 April, he played the entirety of a 2–1 win over Lille in the 2016 Coupe de la Ligue Final,[45] and he did so again on 21 May in the Coupe de France final, a 4–2 win over Marseille, as PSG won all four domestic trophies for the second consecutive season.[46]

2016–17 season[edit]

Marquinhos missed PSG's victory in the 2016 Trophée des Champions in August due to his selection in the Brazil team at the Olympics.[47] He was tipped by ESPN journalist Jonathan Johnson to play more frequently over the season, as new manager Unai Emery sold David Luiz back to Chelsea.[8] He scored his first goal of the season on 26 February 2017, opening a 5–1 win at rivals Marseille;[48] prior to the game he confirmed that he was in talks for a new contract at the club.[49]

International career[edit]

Marquinhos played every minute of Brazil's campaign at the 2011 South American Under-17 Football Championship, as they won and qualified for that year's World Cup in that category. He was again an undisputed starter except for one match at that tournament, as the team took fourth place in Mexico.[50]

In October 2013, Marquinhos, who is of dual Portuguese and Brazilian nationality, stated that he would be open to representing the Portugal national team.[51] However, later that month, he received his first call-up for Brazil when Luiz Felipe Scolari named his squad for friendly matches against Honduras and Chile to be played that November.[52] He made his debut against Honduras in Miami on 17 November, replacing David Luiz for the last 20 minutes of a 5–0 win.[53]

Marquinhos played for Brazil Under-21 at the 2014 Toulon Tournament, featuring in all five of their matches as the country won the tournament. He scored to put Brazil 3–2 up in their eventual 5–2 win in the final over France.[54]

Marquinhos (second from left) celebrating Brazil's gold medal at the 2016 Olympics

After missing the 2014 FIFA World Cup on home soil, Marquinhos returned to the senior side in September 2014 under new manager Dunga. He featured in friendly wins over Colombia and Ecuador in Miami, making his first start against the latter.[55][56] Marquinhos was included in the Brazilian squad for the 2015 Copa América in Chile, his first major international tournament.[57] He made his competitive debut – and only appearance in the tournament – on 21 June in their final group match at the Estadio Monumental David Arellano, replacing Robinho for the final 14 minutes of a 2–1 win over Venezuela which sent Brazil into the quarter-finals as group winners.[58]

In 2016, Marquinhos was named in the Brazilian squad for the Copa América Centenario in the United States, an "experimental" selection lacking his Paris Saint-Germain defensive partners Thiago Silva and David Luiz.[59] He played in the first two games at centre-back alongside Gil before being replaced by Miranda for the last group game, a 1–0 loss to Peru at Gillette Stadium that eliminated his team.[60] Later that year, he was included in the squad for the team's hosting of the Olympic tournament,[61] and in the semi-final against Honduras in Rio de Janeiro, he scored in an eventual 6–0 win.[62]

Playing style[edit]

Marquinhos (right) has been likened to his club and national teammate Thiago Silva (left)

In terms of position, Marquinhos is predominantly a central defender, but has also been used at right-back and in a defensive midfield role.[63][64]

On signing for Roma, Marquinhos described himself as a quick player with a good sense of position who knew how to impose himself on a game. He named Thiago Silva as his role model.[17] In March 2015, Marquinhos told FourFourTwo that despite his average height, he compensated with honing his strength and timing, attributes he learnt from PSG assistant manager Claude Makélélé.[65] He praised manager Laurent Blanc, a former defender himself, for encouraging the PSG defenders to attack in set pieces and teaching them the correct positioning in that situation.[29]

Fellow Roma defender Nicolás Burdisso said in August 2012 that Marquinhos was "a little phenomenon. He has speed, heading ability, he knows what to do, he is humble. He is a little Thiago Silva".[66]

In January 2014, Marquinhos was named by British newspaper The Observer as one of the ten most promising young players in Europe. They wrote, "He has the temperament to remain undaunted, the talent to succeed, and could benefit from playing alongside his club team-mate, Thiago Silva, with whom he enjoys a solid understanding at wealthy Paris Saint-Germain."[67]

Personal life[edit]

In May 2015, Marquinhos told Le Parisien that he had become engaged to Brazilian singer and reality television contestant Carol Cabrino. He proposed to her underneath the Eiffel Tower.[68]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of match played 12 February 2017
Club statistics
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Corinthians 2012[2] Brasileiro 6 0 8[a] 0 14 0
Roma 2012–13[2] Serie A 26 0 4 0 30 0
Paris Saint-Germain 2013–14[2] Ligue 1 21 2 1 0 2 0 8[b] 3 32 5
2014–15[2] Ligue 1 25 2 5 0 4 0 8[c] 0 42 2
2015–16[2] Ligue 1 29 1 3 0 4 1 6[d] 0 42 2
2016–17[2] Ligue 1 21 1 2 0 2 0 7[e] 0 30 1
Total 96 6 9 0 10 1 33 3 146 10
Career total 128 6 13 0 10 1 33 3 190 10
  1. ^ Appearances in Paulista
  2. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  3. ^ One appearance in Trophée des Champions, seven in UEFA Champions League
  4. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League
  5. ^ Appearances in UEFA Champions League

International[edit]

As of match played 15 November 2016.[56]
Brazil
Year Apps Goals
2013 1 0
2014 3 0
2015 5 0
2016 8 0
Total 17 0

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Marquinhos (top left) celebrating PSG's win in the 2014 Coupe de la Ligue Final.
Corinthians[2]
Roma[2]
Paris Saint-Germain[2]

International[edit]

Brazil
Brazil U17[2]
Brazil U21[2]

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External links[edit]

  • Profile at Corinthians (Portuguese)
  • Profile at Paris Saint-Germain (English)
  • Marquinhos at National-Football-Teams.com