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PRIMERA DIVISIÓN DE URUGUAY

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Peñarol 14 0 1 42
2 Def Sporting 10 3 2 33
3 Nacional 9 2 4 29
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Los Angeles FC close in on Penarol striker Diego Rossi - sources

Diego Rossi
Diego Rossi, 19, is rumoured to be on the brink of signing for Los Angeles FC.

Los Angeles FC is on the verge of signing Penarol striker Diego Rossi Marachlian, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

Uruguayan outlet Referi was the first to report the news.

A source cautioned that a contract has not been signed as of yet, but that LAFC had agreed to pay a transfer fee of around $3 million in order to acquire the Uruguayan youth international.

The source indicated that LAFC executive vice president of soccer operations and general manager John Thorrington had recently traveled...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Guillermo Varela leaves Manchester United for Penarol return

Craig Burley reacts to Jose Mourinho's confirmation that Man United are in talks with Zlatan Ibrahimovic over a new deal.
Alejandro Moreno responds to Jose Mourinho's belief that Man United will be able to compete with Europe's best in two years.

Manchester United have confirmed that defender Guillermo Varela has re-joined former club Penarol.

Varela, 24, joined United from Penarol in 2013 on a five-year contract during David Moyes' reign but has now been allowed to return to the Uruguayan club.

A statement on United's Twitter account read: ".@Guille_Varela4 has left #MUFC to rejoin Penarol. All the best for the future, Guillermo!"

Varela had limited impact at Old Trafford. After a loan spell at Real Madrid Castilla in 2014-15, he made...

Palmeiras call for CONMEBOL action after Copa Libertadores brawl

Palmeiras players face off with Penarol players after their Copa Libertadores match.

Palmeiras are hoping that CONMEBOL act swiftly and punish Uruguayan outfit Penarol following a brawl that marred their 3-2 come-from-behind triumph in Montevideo in the Copa Libertadores.

Brazil side Palmeiras trailed 2-0 at half-time but hit back for a 3-2 triumph on Wednesday that put them top of Group 5 with 10 points, while the hosts remained at the foot of the standings with just three points.

Instead of celebrating a victory after the final whistle, the Palmeiras players became engaged in...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil clubs leading Copa Libertadores quest while Argentines try to keep up

Wilstermann players celebrate goal against Penarol
Wilstermann players celebrate after scoring a goal in the 6-2 win over Penarol.

After two weeks of the group phase of the Copa Libertadores, the competition now takes a three-week break. Here are some facts from the opening fortnight's action.

1. It's a dynamic process

The very first game in the history of the Libertadores, on April 19, 1960, was between Penarol and Jorge Wilstermann, champions respectively of Uruguay and Bolivia. Penarol won 7-1 -- an entirely logical result. Back then, Uruguayan football was still a gigantic force at both club and national team level, and...

Barcelona sign young defender Santiago Bueno from Penarol

Santiago Bueno, right, will join up with Barcelona B after the South American Youth Championship.

Barcelona have confirmed the signing of teenage defender Santiago Bueno from CA Penarol.

Bueno, 18, has signed a contract with Barca until 2019 and will join up with Barca B upon the conclusion of the ongoing South American Youth Championship in Ecuador, where he is representing Uruguay.

Reports in Catalonia claim Barca will pay an initial fee of €1 million. Penarol will also retain 20 percent of the centre-back's rights and could receive another €5m based on the number of first team...