Marcos Paulo Mesquita "Rony" Lopes is a Portuguese professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Spanish club Sevilla FC.
Lopes played youth football for S.L. Benfica from ages 10–15, signing for Manchester City in 2011. He was a surprise addition to the first team's pre-season the following year but had to wait until 7 January 2013 to make his competitive debut, when he came as an 88th-minute substitute for David Silva in a FA Cup third-round tie against Watford and scored the final goal in the 3–0 win, which made him the youngest ever goalscorer for the club at the age of 17 years and 9 days.
Lopes joined Ligue 1 side AS Monaco FC for £9 million, sharing teams with a host of compatriots including manager Leonardo Jardim. In early January 2016, he was loaned again to Lille until June.
In July 2016, still owned by Monaco, Lopes re-signed at Lille for one season. He scored a brace in the league opener, but in a 2–3 away loss against FC Metz.
Lopes chose to represent Portugal internationally, winning caps at every youth level. He appeared with the under-20 side at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup, playing all matches in New Zealand and helping his country reach the quarter-finals