Brazilian full-back Igor Vinicius, who spent last year on loan at Ponte Preta from Ituano, will spend next season at Sao Paulo....
Few clubs can boast the privilege of lifting the FIFA Club World Cup (formerly known as the Intercontinental Cup). Do you know which teams have won the competition the most?
This Saturday, The Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates will come to an end. Either Real Madrid or Gremio will be crowned the Best Team in the World, but what we still don't know is who will be chosen as best player of the tournament... and, just to increased the anticipation, here are the Golden Ball winners from the previous 13 Club World Cups.
Sao Paulo ran out as victors against Vitória in a game that saw a goal from the corner flag. The scorer was a quick-witted Christian Cueva who took aim at the near post.
Florentino Perez loves to take a risk on promising young players and following the signing of Vinicius Junior it appears that Real have their finger on the pulse of the Brazilian market. Lucas Fernandes is the latest name to be linked with the Spanish giants.
Thiago Mendes and Kevin Malcuit have been announced as Lille's latest additions ahead of the 2017-18 season.
Sao Paulo have parted company with head coach Rogerio Ceni, the former goalscoring goalkeeper who remains a legend at the club.
Rodrigo Caio signed a new contract keeping him at Sao Paulo until 2021, dealing a blow to several European clubs chasing him
While Lucas Moura sees his immediate future in Europe, he hopes to "one day" return to former club Sao Paulo.
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Lyanco is likely to leave Sao Paulo when the transfer window re-opens, with Atletico Madrid and Juventus linked with the Brazilian defender.
David Neres has made just eight senior appearances for Sao Paulo, but Ajax have shelled out €15m to take him to the Amsterdam ArenA.
Legendary former goal-scoring goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni was on Thursday named coach of the Brazilian club Sao Paulo where he starred as a player.
The 22-year-old striker announced that he will join the Hammers at the end of Argentina's Olympic Games campaign.
Argentina have named coach Edgardo Bauza to run the national team, media reports said Monday, as the nation seeks to regain its football prowess and convince superstar Lionel Messi to return.
Europa League winners Sevilla have signed Brazil international Ganso from Sao Paulo for an undisclosed fee.
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