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FUTEBOL BRASILEIRO

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Gremio 9 3 4 30
4 Santos FC 9 2 5 29
5 Paranaense 8 3 5 27
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 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus deal for Santos' Gabigol hinges on Barcelona approval

Brazil attacker Gabriel Barbosa has spoken of his excitement ahead of representing Brazil at the Rio Olympics.

Juventus are seeking the capture of Santos forward Gabriel Barbosa, better known as Gabigol, but Barcelona have the final say in the transfer.

According to reports in Brazil, the Bianconeri have made a €20 million offer for the 19-year-old with the Serie A champions set to beat off rivals Chelsea and Arsenal for the forward's signature this summer. 

Santos president Modesto Roma has told Brazil media that the club have accepted the bid, which now must be approved by the player, his agent...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

What's trending: Neymar snubbed in UEFA's Best Player in Europe award

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol reacts to UEFA's Best Player of Europe award list, which left Neymar out of their top ten.
Barcelona forward Neymar admits he did get an offer from another club before the Brazilian committed his future to the La Liga side.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

BARCELONANeymar has missed out on a nomination for UEFA's Best Player in Europe award, but Pepe will go up against Real Madrid and Portugal teammate Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi.

Brazil legend Ronaldinho has praised Lionel Messi's role in the development of Neymar at Barcelona. Ronaldinho was a senior figure in the Barca team when Messi broke through during the 2004-05 campaign and guided him as he made his first...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Santos' Gabriel Barbosa says decision will be made on his future 'soon'

Gabriel Barbosa has made four appearances for Brazil.

Reported Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus target Gabriel Barbosa has hinted he could be set to leave Santos by saying "soon you will know something."

Barbosa, 19, scored on Saturday as Santos beat Ponte Preta to take his tally in the current Brazilian season to five goals in 10 appearances.

He told a postmatch news conference: "I played as if it was my last game here. Soon you will know something."

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno discusses whether or not N'Golo Kante will be leaving Leicester City, plus Gabriel Barbosa's transfer potential.
Brazil attacker Gabriel Barbosa has spoken of his excitement ahead of representing Brazil at the Rio Olympics.

To add to speculation about his future the Brazil international posted an Instagram picture of himself...

Spain to appeal verdict of rejecting criminal charges in Neymar case

Barcelona forward Neymar admits he did get an offer from another club before the Brazilian committed his future to the La Liga side.

The Spanish state prosecutor will appeal last week's court judgement to reject criminal charges in a case brought on behalf of Brazilian third-party investors DIS who claim they were cut out of Neymar's summer 2013 transfer to Barcelona.

Audiencia Nacional judge Jose de la Mata was hearing the case and heard that the investment company had thought they owned 40 percent of the emerging superstar's rights when he was a Santos player but received less than 10 percent of the almost €100 million...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil striker Gabriel Barbosa refutes Santos contract extension claims

Gabriel Barbosa denied that he has signed a contract extension with Santos.

Gabriel Barbosa denied claims that he is about to sign a new contract with Brazilian club Santos, revealing that he has offers from Europe.

The 19-year-old forward, who is part of the Brazil squad who are looking to claim their first-ever Olympic men's football gold medal in Rio, has been linked with a move to Europe in recent times.

Clubs like Borussia Dortmund, Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Juventus have all shown interest, but Santos came out last week to claim that the youngster has agreed...