<![CDATA[RSS Sambafoot]]>http://sambafoot.com/en(sambafoot.com)sambafoot.comsambafoot.comen-en<![CDATA[Manchester City poised to announce Gabriel Jesus clearance]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85986_manchester_city_poised_to_announce_gabriel_jesus_clearance.htmlManchester City hope to be able to announce that all of the formal paperwork for the signing of Gabriel Jesús has gone through today. The Brazilian has yet to feature for his new club, having not yet received clearance from his old club Palmeiras.

He began training with City in early January. The Football Association is nearing completion of its due diligence process regarding the Brazilian and it now seems likely he will be available for Saturday’s visit of Tottenham Hotspur to the Etihad Stadium.


The 19 year old is unlikely to start the game, with Sergio Aguero available and having yet to feature for his new club. Jesús endured a long season in 2016, playing in the state championships, the Copa Libertadores and in a title winning Palmeiras side.


Clearance has reportedly been delayed by the issue of third party ownership, which is very common in Brazil, but very tightly regulated in England. The Premier League deadline to register players for weekend fixtures is 12noon the preceding Friday, so City are hopeful that the paperwork will be completed in time to include him in their plans for the match against Tottenham.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Thu, 19 Jan 2017 11:43:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Lucas is ‘a great personality’ says Klopp, after winner versus Plymouth]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85985_lucas_is____a_great_personality____says_klopp__after_winner_versus_plymouth.htmlLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has paid tribute to Brazilian midfielder Lucas Leiva, after his header from Philippe Coutinho’s corner was enough to take the Reds to a 1-0 FA Cup 3rd round replay victory over Plymouth Argyle at Home Park.

His first goal in nearly seven years, Klopp expressed surprise at the length of his goalscoring drought, “After each last training [session] before the game, we finish with old v young. Lucas is the top scorer of all – so I’m really surprised that he didn’t score for that long. But now he is back on track.


“[He is] a great personality, a good player, a really wonderful guy. I’m pretty sure he could be a good friend for the rest of your life, when he is not a player. You have to line [him] up and sometimes not – it’s not his hobby to accept things like this, but he’s OK. And he is really important for us.”


Klopp was also delighted that Philippe Coutinho played for 65 minutes following his return from injury, “[He] was good. Actually, I expected you to ask me about Lucas! I’m happy, really happy. It was very important for us. I thought 60-65 minutes was the perfect intensity for today. Good for him and good for us.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Thu, 19 Jan 2017 11:10:53 +0000
<![CDATA[Tianjin Quanjian admit £570,000 per week Diego Costa Approach]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85971_tianjin_quanjian_admit___570_000_per_week_diego_costa_approach.htmlChinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian have confirmed that they have formulated a bid for Chelsea striker Diego Costa. The Brazil born striker has been subject to a lot of speculation over the last few days after he was omitted from Chelsea’s squad for their 3-0 win at Leicester City on Saturday evening.

The story broke on Friday evening that Costa and Blues manager Antonio Conte had fallen out on the training ground, with Costa insisting that he had a lower back injury- a contention that Chelsea’s medical staff apparently contested- leading to a blazing row between player and manager.

It later transpired that Costa had received an offer from an unnamed Chinese club to the tune of £576,000 a week, which he wanted to consider. With the Blues topping the Premier League thanks largely to Costa’s scoring exploits, the club are in no mood to sell and bankrolled by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovic, they’ve no need of the reported £80m transfer fee.

Chelsea have willingly sold Ramires, Oscar and Jon Obi Mikel to clubs in the newly moneyed Chinese Superleague, however, the overtures for their top scorer are most unwelcome and the club have made it clear that they will not countenance a sale during the season. Costa admitted over Christmas that he nearly left the club last summer as his family have struggled to settle in London.

The Chinese Super League have been making waves with a host of signings from Europe, but tempting the top scorer of the Premier League leaders would surely create a new high water mark for their seemingly endless spending power.

Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian have admitted that they were the club to make the incredible offer which has apparently turned Costa’s head, owner Shu Yuhui revealed, “I made an appointment with Jorge Mendes (Costa’s agent) and he came to my hometown to visit me. At that time, we were interested in signing Costa.

"PSG told us [Edinson] Cavani would only be allowed to leave in June, even though the player himself was willing to join us. The same can be said for Costa because Chelsea would only let him leave in June. However, the new season of CSL will almost reach the halfway stage in June, we can't wait that long."

However, in the last few days, the Chinese Super League has sought to curb its huge spending, by limiting clubs to just 3 foreign imports in their starting line-ups at any one time. "Our club had a massive investment plan for the new season but it was tightened up by the new rules," Shu said.

“We need an out-and-out striker so we made a bid for Benzema. We also made an attempt for Falcao. As a matter of fact, the club had even prepared the contracts for Falcao and [Benfica striker] Raul Jimenez. We had already reached agreement with them on wages and bonus. The pair were expected to sign the contracts, but the new rules forced us to give up on them."

In the wake of Chelsea’s 3-0 victory at the King Power Stadium on Saturday evening, Conte was unrepentant, saying that Costa was left out due to a back injury and not because of a disagreement between the pair over a move to China. It looks as though any move is on ice for the Chelsea striker. However, if you fancy hitting the jackpot, maybe try your luck at UK-K8 .The leading independent betting and online gaming organizations in the market.


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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 18 Jan 2017 15:17:55 +0000
<![CDATA[Premier League preview: Can Tottenham stop Man City?]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85970_premier_league_preview__can_tottenham_stop_man_city_.htmlThe 22nd round of Premier League fixtures kicks off this weekend with Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool entertaining basement club Swansea City. The biggest match of this gameweek is Manchester City’s clash with Tottenham Hotspur later on Saturday, while league leaders Chelsea host another relegation candidate Hull City on Sunday.

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur Pep Guardiola is under pressure at City following his side’s 4-0 dismantling at Goodison Park last weekend. City will have their task cut out against high-flying Spurs, who have won six on the bounce. Mauricio Pochettino’s young side are playing exactly as he wants them to: keeping things tight at the back while scoring freely at the other end. Harry Kane, Dele Alli, and Christian Eriksen have scored a combined 15 goals in the last six games. On the other hand, the game is a must-win for City, who are all but out of the title race now. Whether it's Guardiola's tactics, lack of proper recruitment or the players not perfomring as expected, City are in a mess of their own making.

They must not drop points at home against Spurs if they harbour ambitions of finishing in the top four places. City will be without the services of İlkay Gündoğan (injury) and Fernandinho (suspension), but Gabriel Jesus could make his first Premier League appearance. For Spurs, Jan Vertonghen is out with ankle ligament damage, and Érik Lamela is a long-term absentee. Key stat: Spurs have conceded 14 goals this season, and only five of those have been from open play.

Chelsea v Hull City Chelsea made light work of the Diego Costa issue last weekend with a thumping 3-0 win over champions Leicester. Hull also seem to have got their act together as Marco Silva announced his arrival in the Premier League by guiding them to their first league win since November. Antonio Conte’s side sit seven points clear of their nearest challengers at the top, and there is no reason to believe the Blues will drop points at Stamford Bridge against one of the league’s strugglers. Hull, meanwhile, had the perfect new manager bounce against Bournemouth last weekend as they scripted a 3-1 comeback win. The Tigers are in the relegation zone on goal difference, and any point at Chelsea will be a bonus for them. It will be a surprise should Costa regain his place in the side after the recent events, while the rest of Chelsea’s squad is available for selection. Costa may have better luck reading some online casino reviews and planning for his downtime rather than continue to angle for a move to China - it's simply not going to happen in January. For Hull, Dieumerci Mbokani and Ahmed Elmohamady are on international duty, while Will Keane, Greg Luer, Markus Henriksen, and Alex Bruce are out injured. New signing Oumar Niasse could make his first appearance for the Tigers. Key stat: Hull have never beaten Chelsea in the Premier League.

Liverpool v Swansea Liverpool haven’t yet won in this calendar year, and they’ll hope to put Paul Clement’s Swansea to the sword at Anfield. The Reds have scored the most goals in the league this season, while the Swans have conceded the most, a statistic that suggests there will be only one result. Klopp’s Reds have an FA Cup third round replay in midweek which could have a bearing on their team selection. Swansea have the week off, having been eliminated from the FA Cup by Hull. Philippe Coutinho’s return to the side after an injury layoff is a boost for Liverpool, who have struggled for goals in Sadio Mané’s absence. For Swansea, this will be another testing fixture after their 4-0 loss to Arsenal last weekend. Liverpool centre-back Joël Matip could miss the game due to administrative issues, while Mané is at the Africa Cup of Nations. For Swansea, Neil Taylor and Jefferson Montero are out with injuries, while the rest of the squad is available for selection. Key stat: Liverpool have scored only three times in four matches in 2017 so far after netting 87 Premier League goals in 2016.

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<![CDATA[Coutinho urges Liverpool focus]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85965_coutinho_urges_liverpool_focus.htmlLiverpool attacker Philippe Coutinho has urged his Liverpool teammates to focus on the targets ahead, as we move into the second half of the season. The Reds are in contention for a domestic treble still, but the Brazilian knows the squad will need full focus to achieve their goals.

Coutinho has just returned from an ankle injury and told Sky Sports, “We have to keep working together because the season is very long. We have big objectives to realise this season," Coutinho told Sky Sports.

"The confidence [of a good result] brings good feeling, tells us that we have to keep working hard. This season promises to be very important for us and Liverpool have to keep playing well." Coutinho also had words of praise for manager Jurgen Klopp.

“He is a great manager," Coutinho added. “He has changed the mentality in our team, we have become much stronger in defence, and we'll keep working together."

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 18 Jan 2017 13:51:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Chelsea loanee extends Fulham stay]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85964_chelsea_loanee_extends_fulham_stay.htmlChelsea loanee Lucas Piazon will stay with local rivals Fulham on loan until the end of the season. The Brazilian is one of 37 Chelsea players currently out on loan and has previously taken in loan spells with Malaga, Vitesse Arnhem, Eintracht Frankfurt and Reading, joined Fulham on a 5 month loan deal back in August.

Piazon has netted 4 goals in 17 appearances for Fulham this season and has extended his temporary spell at Craven Cottage until the end of the season. The 22 year old joined Chelsea from São Paulo in 2011 but has only featured three times for the first team – once in the Premier League and twice in the League Cup.

Piazon was named Chelsea’s young player of the season in 2012 after helping the side win the FA Youth Cup, but it appears that he has little chance of a future at Stamford Bridge, his contract expires in the summer.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 18 Jan 2017 13:17:23 +0000
<![CDATA[Lucas Leiva admits ‘my situation is not good’ at Liverpool]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85894_lucas_leiva_admits____my_situation_is_not_good____at_liverpool.htmlLiverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva admits that his situation at Liverpool is not idea. The Brazilian is subject to intense speculation, with Inter and AC Milan heavily linked with loan moves for the out of favour midfielder.

His opportunities in the Reds’ first team have been limited this season and the player has confessed that he wants more game time, which could lead to him moving during the January transfer window in search of minutes.

“The situation is not good. It's not something I want for my future, but at this point I have to deal with it and try to find a solution when I get a chance. I have to be professional, think of the team and see what will happen. I do not want this for my career, especially at my age.

“I'm not close to retiring and I still have a lot of games ahead of me. Of course there are rumours, but today the best place for me is Liverpool. I cannot say the same for a week, a month or four months. I have to judge if something comes up that will be better.

The coach has been very good to me and we have a very open relationship so it's nothing to worry about. I want to play, we are paid to play, but I try to be professional and help  and when I have the chance, I will do my best. It's been a special season and we still have the chance to win trophies and that's something worth considering.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 11 Jan 2017 18:59:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Luiz came back to win Premier League with Chelsea]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85893_luiz_came_back_to_win_premier_league_with_chelsea.htmlDefender David Luiz says that winning the Premier League was one of his prime motivations for returning to Chelsea. The Brazilian centre half rejoined from Paris Saint Germain in August and has played a huge part in the Blues’ league topping form to date.

Luiz spent three years at Stamford Bridge earlier in his career, winning a Champions League, a Europa League and an FA Cup. However, the Premier League title evaded him. Speaking with ESPN Brasil, the ex PSG man says the title is his burning ambition for the season.

“I love this club and I saw that if I came back it was because there was a story to continue. I did not get the Premier League in my first spell and this is a goal I have now. To help in any way I can to win this championship.

“I lived here for many years before moving to Paris. With the structure, what I found has not changed much. It's all top-notch. They offer us the best conditions to do what we love, which is to play football.”

Luiz also heaped praise on the enthusiasm of Italian boss Antonio Conte, “Conte is a coach who loves what he does and it infects all of us who love football. Every training session and every game is a manifestation of how winning and competing is important to him, so for us, the motivation to keep focus is always high.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 11 Jan 2017 18:25:47 +0000
<![CDATA[‘Coutinho not for sale’ insists Klopp]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85873____coutinho_not_for_sale____insists_klopp.htmlLiverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists that his club will absolutely not countenance selling Philippe Coutinho during the January transfer window. The Brazilian has been linked with moves to Barcelona and Real Madrid over the last few months.

Paris Saint Germain are also said to be interested, but the German boss says there will be no suggestion of a sale during the January window, “It would be nice if big clubs thought like this and forgot about a player completely because he's been injured for five or six weeks.

“But big clubs don't think this way unfortunately. It was not a big injury so there was no question of him not being the same player afterwards. But we never had any ideas or any plans or any talks about this because he is our player and there are no other ideas. And nothing has changed.”

Klopp expects Coutinho to be available for Wednesday night’s League Cup semi-final against Southampton, but does not think he could play against Manchester United at the weekend on top of that.

“The time [between games] is not long enough for him to be 100 percent for Manchester United but he could play," Klopp said. "We have spoken before about there being a difference between being fit and being match-fit but of course it's Phil, so we want to try everything we can to bring him as close as possible to his 100 percent.

“In this moment I would say it makes sense for him to be involved against Southampton, in the squad, and we will see what happens there -- whether we have to use him or not or whatever. If not, we have another three days to prepare him for United.

"A few minutes for him does make sense. We will see if he's ready tomorrow and on Wednesday morning. Then we will make the decision."

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Tue, 10 Jan 2017 16:13:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Dani Alves and Marcelo voted into FIFPRO XI]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85872_dani_alves_and_marcelo_voted_into_fifpro_xi.htmlBrazilian full-backs Dani Alves and Marcelo have been voted into the FIFPRO World XI for 2016. This is Alves’ sixth appearance in the FIFPRO World XI. Alves and Marcelo won their votes in the right-back and left-back slots respectively.

Dani Alves moved from Barcelona to Juventus over the summer, but has remained a fixture in the Seleção. Marcelo has lost his place in the national team to Filipe Luis, but is voted in for his performances for World and European champions Real Madrid.

Neymar missed out on the voting, with Messi, Suarez and Ronaldo selected as the front three, despite captaining his country to Olympic gold in August. The full team was: Neuer, Dani Alves, Pique, Ramos, Marcelo, Modric, Kroos, Iniesta, Messi, Ronaldo, Suarez. Manuel Neuer was the only player not to have represented Barcelona or Real Madrid for at least part of the year.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Tue, 10 Jan 2017 15:41:11 +0000
<![CDATA[Coutinho set to be fit for Liverpool semi-final]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85856_coutinho_set_to_be_fit_for_liverpool_semi-final.htmlLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says that Philippe Coutinho is likely to be involved in Liverpool’s EFL Cup semi-final against Southampton on Tuesday evening. The Brazilian suffered an ankle ligament injury on November 28th and has not played since.

However, he appears to be on the road to recovery and Klopp told his Monday press conference that Coutinho will be on the bench at the very least at St. Mary’s. “Phil trained this morning,” he confirmed.

“I think he will train again and that should be enough to be in the squad.” The news comes as a boost to the Reds who are aiming for their second successive League Cup Final, having lost last year’s final to Manchester City.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Mon, 09 Jan 2017 16:48:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Oscar scores on Shanghai debut]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85855_oscar_scores_on_shanghai_debut.htmlEx-Chelsea midfielder Oscar has scored on his debut for Shanghai SIP in Doha. The Brazilian departed the Blues’ last week in a move worth around £60m, which makes him the fourth highest paid player in the world behind Ronaldo, Messi and Carlos Tevez.

The 25-year-old scored after coming on as a second-half substitute in the 2-1 friendly win against Saudi Arabian side Al-Batin in Doha, Qatar. Oscar had only trained with his new team for two days, but insists that he is ready for the challenge in China.

“I only trained for two days," he said. "This is the start of a new season - we have only one goal, which is to win. My team-mates played very well today. The Chinese guys tried to help us settle. It's difficult to have a good game in such a short time - they made it happen.”

Oscar will be managed by ex-Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas and counts compatriots Hulk and Eriksen as teammates, as well as Portuguese centre half Ricardo Carvalho, who has joined from Monaco. The Chinese Super League kicks off in March.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Mon, 09 Jan 2017 16:15:51 +0000
<![CDATA[‘No offers for Pratto’ says Eduardo Maluf]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85850____no_offers_for_pratto____says_eduardo_maluf.htmlAtlético Mineiro Director of Football Eduardo Maluf says that the club have not received any offers for Argentine striker Lucas Pratto. The Argentine’s future has been the subject of intense speculation in recent weeks, with Palmeiras said to be very interested.

The current Brasileirão champions are looking for a replacement for Gabriel Jesús and are said to be sizing up Pratto. But at the official presentation of new boss Roger Machado, Maluf said that Galo have not received any offers.

“We haven’t had a proposal for any player. Palmeiras is speaking through the press, but officiallyno bid had arrived. The transfer window has opened now and I believe that bids will really begin to arise, because we have valuable players.

“We have a squad in which no one is irreplaceable. If we get a proposal and understand that it is money that Atletico cannot turn down, any player leaves. We do not die of love for anyone. We treat Atlétic in a professional way.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Mon, 09 Jan 2017 10:56:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Chelsea’s Kenedy tipped for Bournemouth loan]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85849_chelsea___s_kenedy_tipped_for_bournemouth_loan.htmlChelsea youngster Robert Kenedy could be set to join Bournemouth on loan for the rest of the season. The Blues called back loan youngster Nathan Ake from his season long loan on the south coast, following some excellent performances for Eddie Howe’s side.

Since the loan has been terminated quickly, Blues’ boss Antonio Conte is reportedly willing to offer the services of Brazilian Kenedy to compensate. The ex Fluminense youngster initially joined Watford on loan in August on a season long deal.

However, he failed to impress at Vicarage Road, so his loan was cut short due to a lack of playing time. Chelsea are keen to loan him out to another Premier League club and may offer the Cherries the services of the 20 year old left winger.

Kenedy was not included in Chelsea’s 4-1 win over Peterborough United on Sunday, so as not to cuptie him for any potential suitors. Though Bournemouth themselves were knocked out of the cup this weekend in any case.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Mon, 09 Jan 2017 10:14:16 +0000
<![CDATA[Clichy, “We will help Gabriel Jesus to achieve his potential.”]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85826_clichy_____we_will_help_gabriel_jesus_to_achieve_his_potential____.htmlManchester City left-back Gael Clichy has hailed the arrival of Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesús and has insisted he and his teammates will do all that they can to help him achieve his potential. Clichy, a veteran of three Premier League title wins, welcomed the fresh impetus Jesús’ arrival will give the team.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, Clichy said, “When a team like City buys a player it is because they have a lot of quality, so it’s always good to have someone arriving with fresh legs, another body.

“We will try to help him achieve his potential as quickly as possible, because in football people always want results. I know that he is very good, I spoke with some other Brazilian players about him and he plays for the Seleção. We hope he can score lots of goals for us and for the supporters.”

Jesús started training with City on Wednesday, but it is likely to be a few weeks before he is considered for selection, having enjoyed a three week holiday, having played a busy Brazilian season and an Olympic games during 2016.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Fri, 06 Jan 2017 20:56:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Gabriel Jesus ‘has to play close to goal’ says Guardiola]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85825_gabriel_jesus____has_to_play_close_to_goal____says_guardiola.htmlManchester City boss Pep Guardiola says that he is not tempted to deploy Brazilian starlet Gabriel Jesús as a winger, but has hinted that he sees him as a partner for Sergio Aguero in the front two, in the long term.

Jesús often played as an attacking left winger for Palmeiras, before Cuca moved him into a centre forward role at the beginning of last year. Guardiola says this is where he envisages making use of Jesús’ ability to run in behind defences.

“'He has played as a winger, to make movements, outside and inside, but of course he has to play close to the goal," Guardiola said. “He's not a typical winger down the line, like Raz [Raheem Sterling] for example or Jesus Navas, who makes the actions for the crosses.

"He makes a good movement, runs in behind, and you have to use him close to Sergio, close to our strikers.” Jesús has now joined up with his new teammates in Manchester for training, but Guardiola has suggested it will be a few weeks before he is likely to make his debut.

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Fri, 06 Jan 2017 20:33:06 +0000
<![CDATA[‘Confidence not an issue’ for Watford, says Huerelho Gomes]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85817____confidence_not_an_issue____for_watford__says_huerelho_gomes.htmlWatford goalkeeper Huerelho Gomes says that his team cannot afford to let their heads drop after a poor Christmas period, in which they were soundly thrashed at home by Tottenham. They followed this defeat up with another against Stoke City.

Following the 2-0 loss at the Bet365 Stadium, Gomes told the Watford Observer, “We are said because I believe we are not on a good run. We must pick ourselves up and go again. We keep pushing ourselves and must be positive.

The Hornets conceded on the cusp of half time and the Brazilian felt this made a huge difference to the final outcome, “If we had gone in 0-0 at half time the second half would have been different. The last corner was a tough moment for us.

“Before the first goal we were in the game, the Stoke supporters could feel that. Conceding two goals either side of half time is disappointing. We need to continue to give our best on the pitch. We have a very talented squad, but we don’t have everyone available. Confidence isn’t an issue, the supporters keep pushing us and supporting is. We all need to stick together.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Fri, 06 Jan 2017 11:44:00 +0000
<![CDATA[Fernandinho red card appeal rejected, four match suspension to stand]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85816_fernandinho_red_card_appeal_rejected__four_match_suspension_to_stand.htmlManchester City midfielder Fernandinho has had his appeal against his red card against Burnley rejected and he will now serve a four match suspension, the Football Association has confirmed. The Brazilian was red carded during City’s 2-1 win over Burnley on Saturday for a high challenge on Gudmundsson.

It represented Fernandinho’s 3rd dismissal in just 6 appearances. In the 32nd minute of the match, he committed a lunging tackle on an opponent and was immediately sent off by the referee. Manchester City appealed the ban, but the FA have upheld the punishment.

As it is his second red card of the Premier League season, he will serve a four match suspension, as opposed to the statutory three matches for a red card of this nature. He will miss the FA Cup 3rd round tie at West Ham, followed by league fixtures against Everton, Spurs and West Ham again.

“Fernandinho will serve a four-match suspension with immediate effect after his claim of wrongful dismissal was rejected today [Wednesday 4 January 2017] following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing," an FA statement read.

"The Manchester City midfielder was sent off for serious foul play during the game against Burnley on Monday 2 January 2017. His suspension includes the standard sanction of an additional game as it was his second dismissal of the season."

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<![CDATA[‘People love Conte more all the time,’ says Diego Costa]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85791____people_love_conte_more_all_the_time_____says_diego_costa.htmlChelsea striker Diego Costa has paid tribute to manager Antonio Conte, as the Blues have the chance to equal Arsenal’s Premier League record of 14 consecutive wins against Spurs tonight. Costa has been in fine form this year, firing Chelsea to the top of the table.

Costa puts it down to Conte’s influence and insists that the team are willing to fight for the Italian, who arrived at Stamford Bridge over the summer. “The manager has come, he’s applied his ideas, and things are going well,” he told Chelsea.com.

“The truth is the manager is good with the players, every time making more jokes with the players. That’s good for us, to have a manager who is not just a boss, but like a person we can talk with, someone whose support we can count on in difficult moments.

“He is calm with the players and you can see the people love him more all the time.” Costa also admits that he contemplated leaving the club during the summer, with a return to Atletico Madrid strongly mooted in the press.

“I was about to leave but not because of Chelsea, because here there’s a lot of love with the supporters so I’m very happy here, I'm very content. Here, the people love me a lot. There was one thing I wanted to change for family reasons but it wasn’t to be and I continue to be happy here. It was important too that the manager, from the very first minute, said he counted on me.”

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http://www.sambafoot.com/datas/pictures/informations/2017-01/home/Wed, 04 Jan 2017 14:17:00 +0000
<![CDATA[AC Milan look to hijack Inter's move for Lucas Leiva]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85790_ac_milan_look_to_hijack_inter_s_move_for_lucas_leiva.htmlItalian newspaper Tutto Sport claims that AC Milan are ready to hijack Inter Milan’s move for Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva. The 29-year old has been told that he can leave Anfield in January, with Inter making contact over a possible loan move.

However, Inter have stalled, as Liverpool reportedly insisted on an option to buy clause when the loan ends in June. The club are apparently not keen on this option, seeing Lucas as a stopgap purchase until they can find a more permanent solution in midfield.

Tutto Sport reports that AC Milan CEO Adriano Galliani has made contact with Liverpool and indicated that his club would be willing to insert such a clause to broker the deal. It is almost certain that the Brazilian will depart Liverpool this month, with the two Milan rivals contemplating bringing him in on loan with an option to buy in the summer.

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<![CDATA[John Terry pays emotional tribute to China bound Oscar]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85775_john_terry_pays_emotional_tribute_to_china_bound_oscar.htmlChelsea skipper John Terry has paid an emotional tribute to Brazilian midfielder Oscar ahead of his move from the London club to Shanghai SIP. Oscar will move to the Chinese Super League where he is expected to be paid around £400,000 a week.

Oscar fell out of favour with Italian boss Antonio Conte, but clearly is still highly regarded by his captain. Terry took to his Instagram account to pay tribute to the departing midfielder, “I would like to wish Oscar and his family all the very best with his move to China.


“Oscar it was a pleasure to play with you and get to know you mate, an unbelievable player and a great man. Good luck my friend.” Chelsea are expected to net around £60m from Shanghai in transfer fee, for the player that they signed from Internacional in 2012.

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<![CDATA[Gabriel Jesus ‘already in shape’ says Guardiola]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85774_gabriel_jesus____already_in_shape____says_guardiola.htmlManchester City manager Pep Guardiola says that Gabriel Jesús will be in shape to be considered for selection in no time. The 19 year old has been on holiday for the last month, but joined City officially this month.

He finished the Brasileirão season with Palmeiras in December, with the club winning its first Serie A title since 1993. Jesús is now in Manchester ready to train with his new club. Guardiola says that having only missed 3 weeks of training, he won’t need much conditioning to be available for selection.

“Let’s wait and see,” he said when asked about Jesús’ availability, “Of course he is a young player, he has been three years without a vacation, he is in shape, he has only been two or three weeks without training, so I do not think we will need to spend much time to make him be prepared to get on the pitch,” confirmed the Spaniard.

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<![CDATA[Philippe Coutinho wins the Samba Gold 2016]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85738_philippe_coutinho_wins_the_samba_gold_2016.htmlWith 32.13% of the votes, the "magician" beats the double winner Neymar, who despite an Olympic title with Brazil did not manage to retain his title despite polling 27.88% of the vote. Real Madrid defensive midfielder Casemiro completes the top 3 with 13.35% of the vote. With a Champions League and World Club Cup title won this year, he could continue to fight for the title in the next few years.

Philippe Coutinho wins this trophy following the enthusiasm of voters who put him in first place with 45.60%, far ahead of the competition and Neymar, who have totalled 19.44% this year . A key figure with the Reds and now first choice with Seleção under Tite, the 24 year old enjoyed a beautiful year in 2016 and established himself as one of the future bosses of the Seleção.

 

Overall ranking:

1. Philippe Coutinho 32.13%

2. Neymar 27.88%

3. Casemiro 13.35%

4. Marcelo 6.81%

5. Roberto Firmino 6.25%

6. Douglas Costa 5.73%

7. Allan 1.88%

8. Marquinhos 1.80%

9. Thiago Silva 1.67%

10. Filipe Luis 0.47%

11. Fernandinho 0.45%

12. Daniel Alves 0.25%

13. David Luiz 0.22%

14. Willian 0.19%

15. Alex Sandro 0.13%

16. Jonas 0.11%

17. Fabinho 0.09%

18. Wendell 0.07%

19. Anderson Talisca 0.07%

20. Raffael 0.06%

21. Mariano 0.06%

22. Rhodolfo 0.05%

23. Felipe Anderson 0.05%

24. Term 0.04%

25. Marlos 0.04%

26. Fernando 0.03%

27. Bruno Peres 0.02%

28. Luiz Gustavo 0.02%

Maxwell 0.02%

30. Miranda 0.02%

Newspaper standings:

1. Neymar 37.11%

2. Casemiro 27.84%

3. Philippe Coutinho 24.74%

4. Marcelo 5.15%

5. Douglas Costa 2.06%

6. Thiago Silva 1.03%

7. Fernandinho 1.03%

The votes of the journalists:

Eric Frosio (The Team) Neymar-Coutinho-Marquinhos

Rodrigo Cerqueira (Lance) Neymar-Coutinho-Marcelo

Gustavo Hofman (ESPN) Neymar-Coutinho-Casemiro

Gerd Wenzel (ESPN) Casemiro-Coutinho-Douglas Costa

Marcelo Bechler (Esporte Interativo) Coutinho-Casemiro-Neymar

Nicolas Vilas (SFR Sports) Neymar-Casemiro-Fernandinho

Leo Bertozzi (ESPN) Casemiro-Neymar-Coutinho

Annie Gasnier (RFI) Coutinho-Neymar-Douglas Costa

Palmeri Tancredi (Sky Italia) Casemiro-Neymar-Coutinho

John Ferreira (BeIN Sports) Casemiro-Neymar-Marcelo

Dave Apadoo (France Football) Marcelo-Neymar-Thiago Silva

Players and ex players classification:

1. Neymar 27.08%

2. Philippe Coutinho 26.04%

3. Douglas Costa 13.54%

4. Marcelo 12.50%

5. Casemiro 9.38%

6. Allan 5.21%

7. Thiago Silva 2.08%

8. Marquinhos 3.13%

9. Allan 5.21%

10. Filipe Luis 1.04%

Players and ex players' votes:

Alex Dias Neymar-Casemiro-Thiago Silva

Juninho Allan-Coutinho-Neymar

Oscar Douglas-Costa-Marquinhos-Neymar

Amoroso Neymar-Casemiro-Coutinho

Marcos Ceara Neymar-Marquinhos-Casemiro

Rai Marcelo-Douglas Costa-Neymar

Taffarel Neymar-Casemiro-Filipe Luis

Claudio Caçapa Neymar-Coutinho-Thiago Silva

Odair Patriarca Coutinho-Marcelo-Neymar

Paulo César Neymar-Coutinho-Marcelo

Internet voters:

Philippe Coutinho 45.60%

Neymar 19.44%

Roberto Firmino 18.76%

Casemiro 2.83%

Marcelo 2.78%

Thiago Silva 1.90%

Douglas Costa 1.60%

Marquinhos 1.25%

Daniel Alves 0.74%

David Luiz 0.67%

Willian 0.58%

Allan 0.44%

Alex Sandro 0.39%

Filipe Luis 0.38%

Jonas 0.33%

Fernandinho 0.33%

Fabinho 0.27%

Wendell 0.22%

Anderson Talisca 0.20%

Raffael 0.19%

Mariano 0.17%

Rhodolfo 0.15%

Felipe Anderson 0.14%

Time 0.13%

Marlos 0.12%

Fernando 0.09%

Maxwell 0.07%

Miranda 0.07%

Bruno Peres 0.07%

Luiz Gustavo 0.07%

The Samba D'Or past winners:

2008: Kaka (Milan AC)

2009: Luis Fabiano (Sevilla FC)

2010: Maicon (Inter Milan)

2011: Thiago Silva (AC Milan)

2012: Thiago Silva (PSG)

2013: Thiago Silva (PSG)

2014: Neymar (FC Barcelona)

2015: Neymar (FC Barcelona)

2016: Philippe Coutinho (Liverpool)

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<![CDATA[Coutinho won’t be fit for Manchester City match, confirms Klopp]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85728_coutinho_won___t_be_fit_for_manchester_city_match__confirms_klopp.htmlLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Philippe Coutinho will certainly be sidelined for the Reds’ top of the table clash with Manchester City at Anfield tomorrow evening. The Brazilian has been out since November 26th with an ankle ligament injury.

The player himself had set this match as a target for his return a few weeks ago, but in his pre-match press briefing Klopp revealed that the game will come too soon for Coutinho, who has been one of Liverpool’s key players this season.

“No. He is in a good way, a really good way – I spoke to him a few minutes ago. But the City game, for sure, is too early and if the City game is too early then I am pretty sure the Sunderland game is too early, too. That’s it.”

The news means that the earliest Coutinho is likely to return will be Sunday, 8th January as the Reds’ take on Plymouth Argyle in the 3rd Round of the F.A. Cup.

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<![CDATA[Middlesbrough make offer for Ex-Manchester United midfielder Anderson]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85727_middlesbrough_make_offer_for_ex-manchester_united_midfielder_anderson.htmlMiddlesbrough have reportedly made an offer for ex-Manchester United midfielder Anderson, in what would equate to a shock move, according to UOL Esporte. The player is currently in Brazil with Porto Allegre side Internacional.

Anderson has struggled for form since returning to Inter after his spell at Manchester United fizzled out last January. He has been in and out of a Colorado side that were relegated for the first time in their history in 2016.

Therefore, Anderson faces the prospect of a season in Serie B and Inter may welcome the chance to rid themselves of his significant wage. Anderson reportedly also has offers from Portuguese club Braga and one from China.

However, UOL reports that Anderson’s desire is to remain with Inter and chase promotion back to Serie A. It remains to be seen just how interested Middlesbrough are in bringing the former Grêmio, FC Porto and Manchester United midfielder back to the Premier League as they bid for survival.

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<![CDATA[‘Coutinho has made the next step’ says Klopp]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85719____coutinho_has_made_the_next_step____says_klopp.htmlLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says that Philippe Coutinho “has made the next step” in 2016. Coutinho has often been characterised as a talented, but inconsistent player, but the Liverpool boss insists that the 24-year old has added consistency to his game this year.

In an interview with the Liverpool Echo, the Reds boss said, “In 2016 he has made the next step, for sure. He has been very consistent. I think our style of play fits really well with him. We had a few talks about it.

“Of course, with Phil's skills, everyone wants to give him the ball and wait for something special to happen. Then you think 'Oh no, don't shoot again'. But if I could shoot like he could shoot then I would try it all the time. It's outstanding how good he is.

“When we spoke about it, I told him that he could help us more and we could help him more when we do very simple passing to create better situations and have the opportunity to finish in different kind of ways.

"That's given us a real boost in terms of development. It took a little bit of responsibility off his shoulders so he could play more freely of expectations and pressures. All that stuff. He's made a big, big step."

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<![CDATA[Oscar became ‘frustrated with lack of chances at Chelsea’ says Shanghai SIP chief]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85718_oscar_became____frustrated_with_lack_of_chances_at_chelsea____says_shanghai_sip_chief.htmlShanghai SIPG general manager Sui Guoyang claims that Oscar has chosen to leave the Blues for China in pursuit of regular football. Oscar slipped behind Matic, Kante and Fabregas in the pecking order at Chelsea and has seen game time limited at the Bridge under Antonio Conte.

Oscar joins Shanghai SIP in January on a reported salary of £400,000 a week, but the Guoyang says that the Brazilian has made a footballing decision first and foremost, “Oscar has fallen out of favour with Conte because he has no place in Chelsea’s 3-4-3 formation.

“It played a key part in his desire to leave. He felt terrible to sit on the bench and not be involved. He is so young. Oscar wants to come back to the Brazil national team. Some of his compatriots play in the CSL and they still get called up to the national team.

“So it helped him to make the decision to move to China. And of course, the appointment of Andre Villas Boas is a plus. Oscar knows we are an ambitious club.”

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<![CDATA[Dorival Júnior asks for Clayton and Santos start talks with Atlético Mineiro]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85711_dorival_junior_asks_for_clayton_and_santos_start_talks_with_atletico_mineiro.html 

Santos coach Dorival Júnior has requested the signing of 21-year-old striker Clayton, from Atlético Mineiro.
According to the information from UOL Esporte, the board of Santos have started conversations with the leaders of Atlético Mineiro, but an official proposal has not yet been made. Despite the desire of Dorival Júnior, Santos board have already warned that the club will not do crazy things to sign the young striker. Initially, the idea was to bring the player on loan, but Atlético Mineiro only have an interest in selling the player. A good wage proposal was enough for Santos to take Leandro Donizete from Atlético, but with Clayton, the situation is much more complicated. Clayton arrived at Cidade do Galo in February and was the club's biggest investment for 2016. Signed after impressing at Figueirense, Clayton cost R$ 13 million.
Despite the effort made to rely on the striker, Clayton did not do very well in the first season in Minas Gerais. He played 46 games and only scored seven goals. The year was full of ups and downs for Clayton, who couldn't establish a starting role at the club. Even so, sending the player out on loan does not interest the board of Atlético Mineiro, especially to a rival in the Copa Libertadores. To sell Clayton, Atlético wants to recoup the amount they invested in him at the beginning of the year. Before arriving at Atletico, Clayton was in the sights of Santos, but an agreement was not reached with Figueirense. At the time, the player had already been indicated by Dorival Júnior.
So far, Santos have closed the signings of four players for the 2017 season. In addition to Leandro Donizete, the club have confirmed the arrivals of defender Cleber from Hamburg, defender Matheus Ribeiro from Atlético-GO, and striker Vladimir Hernández from Junior Barranquilla.

Santos coach Dorival Júnior has requested the signing of 21-year-old striker Clayton, from Atlético Mineiro.

According to the information from UOL Esporte, the board of Santos have started conversations with the leaders of Atlético Mineiro, but an official proposal has not yet been made. Despite the desire of Dorival Júnior, Santos board have already warned that the club will not do crazy things to sign the young striker. Initially, the idea was to bring the player on loan, but Atlético Mineiro only have an interest in selling the player. A good wage proposal was enough for Santos to take Leandro Donizete from Atlético, but with Clayton, the situation is much more complicated. Clayton arrived at Cidade do Galo in February and was the club's biggest investment for 2016. Signed after impressing at Figueirense, Clayton cost R$ 13 million.

Despite the effort made to rely on the striker, Clayton did not do very well in the first season in Minas Gerais. He played 46 games and only scored seven goals. The year was full of ups and downs for Clayton, who couldn't establish a starting role at the club. Even so, sending the player out on loan does not interest the board of Atlético Mineiro, especially to a rival in the Copa Libertadores. To sell Clayton, Atlético wants to recoup the amount they invested in him at the beginning of the year. Before arriving at Atletico, Clayton was in the sights of Santos, but an agreement was not reached with Figueirense. At the time, the player had already been indicated by Dorival Júnior.

So far, Santos have closed the signings of four players for the 2017 season. In addition to Leandro Donizete, the club have confirmed the arrivals of defender Cleber from Hamburg, defender Matheus Ribeiro from Atlético-GO, and striker Vladimir Hernández from Junior Barranquilla.

 

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<![CDATA[Michel Bastos terminates his contract at São Paulo and has an offer from Palmeiras]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85709_michel_bastos_terminates_his_contract_at_sao_paulo_and_has_an_offer_from_palmeiras.html 

Michel Bastos leaves São Paulo after three and a half seasons; he made 120 appearances for the club and scored 22 goals.
After weeks of negotiations, Michel Bastos reached an agreement with São Paulo on Tuesday for the termination of his contract, which was valid until December 2017. According to Brazilian journalist Jorge Nicola, league champions Palmeiras have offered monthly wages of R$ 280,000 and R$ 1 million as bonus to sign the midfielder. São Paulo have been trying to include Michel Bastos in a player-exchange deal for over a month. Marco Aurélio Cunha, who is leaving the post of São Paulo's executive director, said: "We understood that the best option for all parties would be to break the contract. São Paulo saves and Michel has the possibility to choose where to play."
The desire of Palmeiras to count on Michel Bastos has to do with Alexandre Mattos. Palmeiras' club director has been behind the former Lyon man since his time at Cruzeiro - in 2013, Michel preferred São Paulo to the Minas Gerais side. A Palmeiras leader was quoted: "I'm sure that in Brazil he will prefer to play for Palmeiras. The risk is that Michel Bastos may accept a millionaire proposal that he has from the Arab world."

Michel Bastos leaves São Paulo after three and a half seasons; he made 120 appearances for the club and scored 22 goals.

After weeks of negotiations, Michel Bastos reached an agreement with São Paulo on Tuesday for the termination of his contract, which was valid until December 2017. According to Brazilian journalist Jorge Nicola, league champions Palmeiras have offered monthly wages of R$ 280,000 and R$ 1 million as bonus to sign the midfielder. São Paulo have been trying to include Michel Bastos in a player-exchange deal for over a month. Marco Aurélio Cunha, who is leaving the post of São Paulo's executive director, said: "We understood that the best option for all parties would be to break the contract. São Paulo saves and Michel has the possibility to choose where to play."

The desire of Palmeiras to count on Michel Bastos has to do with Alexandre Mattos. Palmeiras' club director has been behind the former Lyon man since his time at Cruzeiro - in 2013, Michel preferred São Paulo to the Minas Gerais side. A Palmeiras leader was quoted: "I'm sure that in Brazil he will prefer to play for Palmeiras. The risk is that Michel Bastos may accept a millionaire proposal that he has from the Arab world."

 

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<![CDATA[Gustavo Scarpa admits contact from Palmeiras, but says the focus is on Fluminense]]>http://www.sambafoot.com/en/news/85708_gustavo_scarpa_admits_contact_from_palmeiras__but_says_the_focus_is_on_fluminense.html 

Present in a charity event held by Zico at the Maracanã, Fluminense midfielder Gustavo Scarpa admitted that Brasileirão champions Palmeiras made contact to try and sign him.
The youngster, however, recalled the issues involving his release clause and assured that his focus is on Fluminense. During the week, in an interview with SporTV, Fluminense director Alexandre Torres said that the release clause of Gustavo Scarpa for Brazilian teams is high and that none of them could afford to pay it. The 22-year-old midfielder also admitted that other clubs have shown interest in signing him, in addition to the league champions. To have Scarpa, Palmeiras are willing to pay a salary in the region of R$ 300,000 but his release clause for domestic teams is R$ 33 million. Torres said: "Scarpa is a player who is in Abel's plans, he counts on that player to be part of his team. Now in today's football, the player has a national and international clause. If someone can pay this clause, then... The national clause, I don't know for sure [the figure], but surely no team will be able to pay."
Scarpa said: "They [Palmeiras] talked to my businessmen about the possibility, but we know that for a club in Brazil it's complicated - paying the release clause. But that's it, my focus is in Fluminense. I still do not know what I'm going to do tomorrow, but I have a contract until 2019 with Fluminense and I'm going to fulfill my contract, unless they pay the release clause. For me to leave, they need to pay the clause. But my focus is in Fluminense and I intend to fulfill the contract. My agents filter a lot of things, they talked about the interest of some clubs, but I try not to get too involved, I trust their work, of course the last word is mine, but I trust them."

Present in a charity event held by Zico at the Maracanã, Fluminense midfielder Gustavo Scarpa admitted that Brasileirão champions Palmeiras made contact to try and sign him.

The youngster, however, recalled the issues involving his release clause and assured that his focus is on Fluminense. During the week, in an interview with SporTV, Fluminense director Alexandre Torres said that the release clause of Gustavo Scarpa for Brazilian teams is high and that none of them could afford to pay it. The 22-year-old midfielder also admitted that other clubs have shown interest in signing him, in addition to the league champions. To have Scarpa, Palmeiras are willing to pay a salary in the region of R$ 300,000 but his release clause for domestic teams is R$ 33 million. Torres said: "Scarpa is a player who is in Abel's plans, he counts on that player to be part of his team. Now in today's football, the player has a national and international clause. If someone can pay this clause, then... The national clause, I don't know for sure [the figure], but surely no team will be able to pay."

Scarpa said: "They [Palmeiras] talked to my businessmen about the possibility, but we know that for a club in Brazil it's complicated - paying the release clause. But that's it, my focus is in Fluminense. I still do not know what I'm going to do tomorrow, but I have a contract until 2019 with Fluminense and I'm going to fulfill my contract, unless they pay the release clause. For me to leave, they need to pay the clause. But my focus is in Fluminense and I intend to fulfill the contract. My agents filter a lot of things, they talked about the interest of some clubs, but I try not to get too involved, I trust their work, of course the last word is mine, but I trust them."

 

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