Guilherme Arana (born 14 April 1997) is a Brazilian professional footballer who plays as a left back for Sevilla.
Started his career with Corinthians in 2005.
Won a number of youth titles, including 2014 Under-20 Campeonato Brasileiro .
Promoted to the first squad after the 2014 Copa São Paulo de Futebol Júnior final and was an unused substitute in twelve matches.
Atlético Paranaense (loan)
Loaned to Atlético Paranaense in May 2015 for the rest of the season.
Made his professional debut as a substitute against Atlético Mineiro.
Was called back by Corinthians in June 2015.
Return to Corinthians
Made his debut a year later as a substitute against Sport. An eventful game saw him make a mistake for a goal and win a penalty.
Scored his first goal in a 3–3 away draw against Corinthians' biggest rival Palmeiras.
Linked with a move to a number of European clubs in 2017.
Won the 2017 Campeonato Paulista, being named in the team of the year.
Confirmed after the game November 2017 match against Atlético Mineiro that he is leaving Corinthians to play in Europe for Spanish side Sevilla.
Moved to Sevilla in January 2018 for €11 million on a three-year contract.