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Barcelona have signed Brazilian youngster Marlon from Fluminense on a one-year loan deal, with an option to make the move permanent.
After returning to feature for Fluminense in the Florida Cup, Ronaldinho confirmed he wants to continue playing professional football.
Barcelona have rescinded the contract of Sergi Guardiola just hours after announcing his arrival after a series of offensive tweets that went viral.
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Two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho has left Brazilian club Fluminense after just eight matches.

Chelsea seals Kenedy capture

Chelsea announced the completion of the signing of Brazilian teenager Kenedy from Fluminense.
Ronaldinho marked his return to the Brazilian top-flight by helping set up Fluminense's goal in a 1-0 win over his former club, Gremio.

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Ronaldinho is set to continue his career with Fluminense, with the 35-year-old signing a contract until the end of 2016.
Palmeiras retained its top-flight status at the expense of Bahia and Vitoria as the Brazilian Serie A came to a thrilling close.
Two-time Brazilian Serie A champion Botafogo has been relegated to the country's second-tier competition.
Cruzeiro retained the Brazilian Serie A title after a 2-1 win over stuttering Goias on Monday (AEDT).

Cruzeiro rallies to beat Gremio

Campeonato Brasileiro leader Cruzeiro staged a second-half comeback to overcame high-flying Gremio 2-1.
Cruzeiro edged closer to retaining its Brazilian league title courtesy of a hard-fought 1-0 victory at slumping Santos.
Gremio jumped up to third in the Brazilian Serie A standings as Cruzeiro continued its stranglehold on the competition.
Cruzeiro edged closer to back-to-back Brazilian Serie A titles with a 2-1 victory over relegation-threatened Botafogo.
Sao Paulo continued its charge towards the Brazilian Serie A title with a 3-0 victory against Goias.

Corinthians on the up in Brazil

Corinthians was the biggest mover midweek as its Brazilian Serie A rivals all stumbled.

Cruzeiro and Sao Paulo bounce back

Cruzeiro and Sao Paulo bounced back from defeats in the Brazilian Serie A, while Figueirense ended a three-match losing streak.
Flamengo stunned Brazilian Serie A leader Cruzeiro 3-0, allowing Internacional to reduce the latter's advantage to six points.
Cruzeiro saw its Brazilian Serie A lead cut to seven points after a 1-0 home loss to Corinthians on Thursday (AEST).

Sao Paulo back to winning ways

Sao Paulo recorded an overdue win as Gremio conceded for the first time in eight Brazilian Serie A fixtures.
Gremio kept another clean sheet as its resurgence under Luiz Felipe Scolari continued in the Brazilian Serie A.
Iconic goalkeeper Rogerio Ceni scored a penalty and missed another as Sao Paulo drew 2-2 with Flamengo.
Cruzeiro suffered late heartbreak, conceding an injury-time goal to lose 3-2 to Atletico Mineiro in the Brazilian Serie A.
Brazilian Serie A leader Cruzeiro returned to winning ways on Thursday (AEST), while Sao Paulo's unbeaten streak came to an end.

Sao Paulo upsets leader Cruzeiro

Sao Paulo upset Brazilian Serie A leader Cruzeiro as Internacional returned to some form on Monday (AEST).
Cruzeiro surrendered a lead twice as it shared the spoils at Fluminense in Brazilian Serie A, while Sao Paulo extended its winning run.

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