Éder Militão

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Éder Gabriel Militão (born 18 January 1998) is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays for the Spanish club Real Madrid and the Brazil national team. Mainly a central defender, he can also play as a right back or defensive midfielder.

Militão began his career at São Paulo, playing 57 matches over a span of two years before transferring to Porto. In 2019, after one season in Portugal, he joined Real Madrid for a reported transfer fee of €50 million. He won two La Liga titles, and the UEFA Champions League in 2022

Militão made his senior international debut for Brazil in 2018. He was part of their squads that won the Copa América in 2019 and came runners-up in 2021.

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