Joao Pedro is only 17 years old, but everyone in Brazil is talking about him. The interest is justified, however, as his numbers are truly remarkable for his age. Liverpool, according to GloboEsporte, is fighting Watford in a bid to sign the rising star.
Antony Matheus dos Santos underlined the potential of Rodrygo, who will have a great future at the Santiago Bernabeu. The young Sao Paulo striker is convinced that his compatriot will triumph at Real Madrid.
Thiago Heleno and Camacho have failed drugs tests but Athletico Paranaense say the club takes full responsibility.
Neymar should never have left Barcelona and would be best served by joining Real Madrid, according to Santos president Jose Carlos Peres.
Santos president José Carlos Peres has spoken about the career choices of Neymar, who of course started his career at the Brazilian side. Peres believes Neymar was wrong to leave Barcelona, but hopes to see the forward back in La Liga soon - but this time wearing the famous white of Real Madrid instead.
Rodrygo is keen to play at the Bernabeu. The young Brazilian striker gave an interview to 'Marca' in which he admitted his desire to play for Real Madrid as soon as possible.
In the press conference, Jorge Sampaoli, seemed happy, proud and excited by the chants from the Santos crowd towards him. "The Santos fans used to shout Pele's name and Neymar's and now it's mine, it's an honour," he pointed out.
Whenever Neymar gets involved in a controversy, it's impossible not to remember Brazilian coach René Simões' warning after Santos-Atletico GO 2010: "We're creating a monster."
Chelsea's situation is delicate. The club was sanctioned for irregularities in the signing of minors and is now awaiting the precautionary suspension of that sanction, which would prevent them from signing any more players. If that caution is passed, the West London club could be interested in Bruno Guimaraes.
Journalist Rafael Henzel, one of just six survivors of the 77 people on board the plane that crashed carrying the Brazilian football team Chapecoense in 2016, has died of heart attack that struck while he was playing soccer with friends, his employers Radio Oeste Capital announced on Thursday.