According to reports from Portugal, it would appear Benfica might have won competition from other clubs in the race to sign Everton Cebolinha from Gremio. As per reports, it would appear the fee is reported to be around €20 million for the Brazilian winger.
Ceará are officially the crowned champions of the Nordestão 2020 championship. After a 3-1 victory over Bahia in the first leg, it was all about maintaining their advantage in the final fixture. The Vozão did even better by securing yet another victory to seal their advantage. Cleber was the one who decided the match with the only goal of the game coming in the second half. The victory also means Ceará end their run in this year’s championship in unbeaten style.
Everton Cebolinha, commonly known as Everton or Everton Soares is subject of strong interest from Benfica with the Aguias outfit reportedly submitting an 18m euros offer to Gremio for the Brazilian winger.
Domènec Torrent was officially presented to the fans and media as Flamengo manager on Monday at Ninho do Urubu. The Spaniard covered a lot of topics including the philosophy he intended to bring to the club and the legacy he wants to begin.
In what was a match filled with lots of goal, Gremio had to grind out a late winner to secure a 4-3 victory over a resolute Novo Hamburgo side that just wouldn’t give up.
Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has slammed Arthur for deciding against returning to compete in Barcelona’s remaining Champions League campaign.
Ceará and Bahia faced each other in the first leg at the Nordestão final, which is worth the first double championship in the current looks of the competition. Bahia looked to be in good shape after opening the scoring with Fernandão, but Ceará responded properly with Fernando Sobral scoring two minutes later. The turnaround of Guto Ferreira's team came in the second half with as goals from Cléber and Mateus Gonçalves put them one step closer from being crowned Nordestão champions.
Flamengo’s search for Jorge Jesus’ replacement finally came to an end after weeks of uncertainty. On Friday, the Rio outfit announced Domenec Torrent as the new coach. At 58, the Flamengo manager role becomes the second coaching job the Spaniard would be fully getting. His only other previous job had been New York City FC, from the United States.