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Douglas deal for Barca

 By PA Sport

Marseille boss Marcelo Bielsa rejects Doria criticism after Sao Paulo move

Doria arrived in France with a huge reputation, but failed to make his mark at Marseille.

Marseille coach Marcelo Bielsa insists he was always fair with summer signing Doria, who departed the club last week.

Doria, 20, failed to make a first-team appearance following his arrival from Botafogo for a reported fee of seven million euros, and has joined Sao Paulo on loan with an option for a permanent transfer.

Upon his unveiling back in his homeland, the Brazilian defender told reporters: "Marcelo Bielsa? I don't want...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Harry Redknapp: Queens Park Rangers will not sign Alexander Pato

Pato, 25, struggled to fulfil high expectations at the San Siro before returning to Brazil.

QPR manager Harry Redknapp has told Sky Sports that he was offered the chance to sign Brazilian striker Alexander Pato, but will not be making a move for the former AC Milan forward.

Pato, 25, was brought to the San Siro from Internacional in 2007, though failed to live up to his potential before returning to Brazil with a move to Corinthians in 2013.

Redknapp says that the Brazil international -- currently on loan at Sao Paulo from Corinthians -- was offered to him on Thursday, but will not be...

 By Jack Lang

Ex-Bayern Munich defender Breno seeking redemption with Sao Paulo

After serving two-and-a-half years in prison for aggravated arson, former Bayern Munich defender Breno joined Brazilian giants Sao Paulo to restart his football career.
One boy's dream to meet Kaka turned into an experience of a lifetime.
Brazilian stars past and present were in action on Saturday for the annual 'Friends of Zico' charity match.

He calls it an accident, but that was not how the court in Germany saw it in July 2012. Nine months earlier, the luxury villa he rented in a suburb of Munich had burned to the ground. A grave error, surely, but not unintentional, according to judge Rosi Datzman, who handed him a sentence of three years and nine months in prison. Prosecutors had pushed for more.

So it was that Breno, once viewed as one of the most promising young defenders in world football, arrived at his lowest ebb. A career that...