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Robinho set for Santos


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Josep Maria Bartomeu: Barcelona always transparent over Neymar deal

The ESPN FC crew debate whether or not Neymar will ever compare with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.
ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti fills us in with the latest on the tax fraud charges related to Neymar's transfer brought against Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu.
Barcelona president Josep Bartomeu and his successor Sandro Rosell will have to appear in court to face allegations of tax fraud during the transfer deal for Neymar.

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu says the club have always been transparent about the signing of Neymar, and he does not expect to be found guilty of any tax fraud relating to the deal.

The latest step in a long-running saga relating to the summer 2013 transfer has seen judge Pablo Ruz accept a Spanish state prosecutor's petition that Bartomeu be charged for his role in allegedly defrauding the Spanish taxpayer of 2.8 million euros during the deal.

Ruz is overseeing an investigation into...

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Robinho concerned as Santos fail to pay players' wages

Santos sold Robinho to Real Madrid for 30 million euros in 2005.

Robinho has expressed his frustration at Santos' financial problems amid concerns about the club's future.

Reuters reports that several of Santos' players have decided to leave due to unpaid pages.

The Brazilian side's issues stem from a lack of a main shirt sponsor and also low attendances.

It remains to be seen if Santos can continue to pay the wages of Robinho, who is on loan from AC Milan at the club he left for Real Madrid in 2005.

He said: "Everyone has to look after their own rights. Even...

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Everton's Samuel Eto'o set for Sampdoria move - agent

Samuel Eto'o is set to leave Goodison Park after just six months.

Everton forward Samuel Eto'o is set to complete a move to Sampdoria despite a more lucrative offer from Brazilian club Santos, his agent has said.

The former Inter Milan star favours a return to Italy, where his family live, and is set to complete his move to Samp over the weekend, potentially making his debut in next weekend's trip to Cagliari.

His agent, Claudio Vigorelli, told the Genovese newspaper Il Secolo XIX: "He's chosen Genoa [Sampdoria's home city] and he's really motivated.

"In the last...