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BRAZILIAN SERIE A

2018/2019 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 São Paulo 14 8 3 50
2 Inter 14 7 4 49
3 Palmeiras 13 8 4 47
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Toronto FC signs young Brazilian defender Auro on initial loan

Auro is moving to MLS with Toronto FC.

Toronto FC signed former Brazil youth international defender Auro on loan from Sao Paulo on Tuesday.

The MLS club also has an option to buy the 22-year-old on a permanent basis at the end of the season.

"Auro is a young and versatile defender that will provide us with flexibility within our line-up, both on the left and right side," Toronto FC general manager Tim Bezbatchenko said. "We are pleased to bring him in on a loan deal with an option to buy for the future."

Auro, whose full name is Auro...

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Crew SC signs Artur on permanent deal from Sao Paulo

Artur will spend 2018 with Columbus after all.

Artur will be staying with Columbus Crew SC after the MLS club retained the midfielder's services in a permanent transfer.

After spending 2016 on loan with Columbus, the 21-year-old Brazilian posted a tweet last week to thank fans, seemingly drawing an end to his time in the U.S.

Reports said Artur's parent club had rejected Columbus' offer of $1.5 million for half of Artur's rights, but Crew SC continued to negotiate and completed the move on Wednesday.

"Artur was one of the most promising young...

Gabriel Martinelli returns to Manchester United for second trial

Manchester United academy coaches are taking another look at Brazilian teenager Gabriel Martinelli.

The 16-year-old forward has returned to Carrington as part of an on-going trial from San Paulo-based side Ituano and played for a United youth XI against Lincoln City on Wednesday.

He replaced Nishan Burkhart after an hour at Sincil Bank as United won 2-0 thanks to goals from Brandon Williams and Millen Baars.

United have already bolstered their academy ranks this summer, with 16-year-old Belgian...

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Sao Paulo sack coach Rogerio Ceni after six months in charge

Rogerio Ceni's stint as Sao Paulo coach has come to a quick end.

Just six months after being hired to coach Sao Paulo, club legend Rogerio Ceni presented his formal resignation on Monday after a string of bad results, the club announced.

Sao Paulo's 2-0 loss to Flamengo on Sunday, combined with elimination in the Copa De Brasil and the Sudamericana contributed to Ceni's early exit, according to ESPN Brasil sources. 

"We will always be grateful and show respect and recognition that we have for Rogerio Ceni as a historic figure at this institution," Sao...

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Lille boss Marcelo Bielsa makes double signing from Sao Paulo - reports

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Marcelo Bielsa has added two new players, according to reports.

Lille are reported to have made the first signings of Marcelo Bielsa's reign, with Sao Paulo duo Luiz Araujo and Thiago Mendes joining the Ligue 1 club.

ESPN Brasil and Globo Esporte reported the players would cost a combined €18 million as Bielsa, appointed on a two-year deal last month, bids to improve on Lille's 11th-placed finish last season.

Luiz, a 20-year-old striker who recently signed a contract extension until 2021, had already been approached by Lille during the January transfer...