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 By Tim Vickery

Robinho's return to Brazil with Atletico Mineiro offers interesting possibilities

Robinho at Guangzhou Evergrande
Brazil's one-time next big thing Robinho returns to his home country for a fresh start with Atletico Mineiro.

It is headline news in Brazil: Robinho is back. The one time wonderkid could not agree terms with his old club Santos, and has instead joined Atletico Mineiro, the last Brazilian team to win the Copa Libertadores (2013) and among the favourites to do so this year. Indeed, the signing of Robinho is being seen as a considerable boost to Atletico's chances in the competition.

Some might say that this is a lot of fuss being made about a player who could not even get a game in China. Robinho's last...

Brazilian football feeling the impact of Chinese Super League millions

Jurgen Klopp, Guus Hiddink and Manuel Pellegrini have offered their thoughts on the Chinese Super League's spending spree this year.

Football fans in Brazil are used to seeing top players leave the domestic league but at the start of 2016, there's a growing trend to worry about. The country's best players are being snapped up with ever-increasing regularity -- and no longer just by the grand old clubs of Europe, but by the rising powerhouses of Asia. For supporters, it is concerning.

Since the end of Brazil's national championship in December, a clutch of the 2015 season's standout performers have joined the exodus to China,...

Pato eyes redemption at Chelsea amid lowered expectations, but will it work?

Alexandre Pato arrives in London ahead of his Chelsea medical, where he cannot wait to begin.

There was a time where the news of Alexandre Pato joining Chelsea would be exciting for more reasons than simply the rare arrival of a Brazilian forward in the Premier League. It doesn't seem like it's been 10 years since news broke in Brazil of Pato's coming of age, a prodigy so promising that Internacional resorted to only deploying him behind closed doors in order not to deny European scouts a glimpse of his talent. A boy named "duck" in Portuguese because of his birthplace, a Southern city...

 By Tim Vickery

Neymar's Ballon D'Or nomination shows everything is going to plan

Take a look back at some of the finest moments of 2015 for Neymar, a year in which he was nominated for the Ballon d'Or.

Too much importance is probably given to the FIFA Ballon D'Or award, which has more to do with the way football is marketed than with the game itself. Lionel Messi would probably agree -- he gives every impression that for him, such awards are merely a consequence of work carried out in a collective context.

His chief rival, Cristiano Ronaldo, on the other hand, makes it clear that he is highly motivated by individual awards. And Monday will also be a big occasion for the other man on the podium,...

 By Tim Vickery

Corinthians must rebuild in wake of Jadson and Renato's move to China

Corinthian striker Jadson
Jadson (left) is set to move across continents to play in China.

Hopes would seem to have been dashed that Corinthians of Brazil might restore the honour of South American club football in 2016.

After River Plate had been so predictably shown up and outclassed in the Club World Cup, many hoped that Corinthians might stop the rot. The Sao Paulo giants were the last South American team to win the trophy, when coach Tite's well-drilled side beat Chelsea by a single goal in 2012.

It was not the most thrilling spectacle from the point of view of the neutral and, to...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Neymar spends big on Secret Santa gift for actress Paolla Oliveira

No player stepped up more for Barcelona while Lionel Messi was injured than Neymar.
Neymar shelled out some serious money for diamond earrings for his Secret Santa, Brazilian actress Paolla Oliveira.

Neymar was included in the Secret Santa gift exchange between actors and star athletes organised by Brazil variety show Fantastico and he didn't disappoint.

Brazil's Olympic athletes mixed with TV stars in the exchange, with women's football star Marta also participating. Neymar's Secret Santa was  Rafael Cardoso, with the novela actor giving him...