Which is what I've been trying to get at. Casting the wider net to prevent our biggest rivals from capping players that will help them. The blanket statement about Brazilian midfielders having no success in England is irrelevant when they transfer at 14. Why? Because they are already in the English system at a young age. So, it is not the same as Kleberson, Possebon, or Juninho Paulista, the most successful Brazilian to have played in England. The fact is we will have a very talented Brazilian, training for one of the best clubs in the world. Manchester has never had the need to develop attacking midfielders because like Madrid, they'd rather win now and buy the players. Or they've had untouchable legends playing on the pitch -- like Keane and Giggs. They've also realized, probably, that they dont have the financial clout to keep on buying expensive players. So, they have to develop them. Again, these players might not pan out, and they probably won't. But we lose nothing in involving them in our youth systems. The scouting in Europe is the responsibility of CBF. In Brazil, it's much more decentralized and is left to the big clubs. Jean Chera was playing for a very small club in Parana. What happened when that video hit the internet? Santos bought him immediately. The net is cast quite wide already in Brazil. With respect to Dortmund, they have always been one of the biggest clubs in Germany. So they're finally good again after 7 years of mediocrity. Doesn't change anything. It's all about their historical youth development as well. And if you look at the players that they've developed...well.... I just need to bring up Sahin and now Gotze, the brightest teenage talent in the world alongside Neymar. Dortmund has developed both of those guys. So with their scouting, they feel that this Brazilian kid is worthy of a spot on their youth team. That is a huge vote of confidence, if you ask me, especially when you consider they fought off Bayern to get him.