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Tuesday June 25 2019
Juventus ask Flamengo for Reinier

Juventus have offered €15m plus bonuses for 17-year-old sensation Reinier, claim reports, but Flamengo are asking for €35m.

The creative midfielder won’t turn 18 until January 2020 and has already made an impact in his homeland.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport transfer reporter Nicolò Schira, Juve director of sport Fabio Paratici has been in negotiations with Reinier’s agent.

The proposal is believed to be worth €15m plus bonuses, whereas Flamengo are hoping to pocket closer to €35m for the young talent.

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Tuesday June 18 2019
Wallace to make Brazil return?

Lazio defender Wallace is reportedly on his way back to Brazil with Flamengo

According to Gianluca Di Marzio’s website, Flamengo are negotiating a loan deal for Wallace with an option to buy.

The 24-year-old joined Lazio in the summer of 2016 from Cruzeiro after two seasons at Monaco.

He made 66 appearances for the Aquile without establishing himself as a first-team regular, although he did win a Supercoppa and Coppa Italia.

The centre-back has also represented Brazil at Under-20 level, as well as picking up a cap for their U23 team.

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Sunday June 2 2019
Cristian Zapata towards Flamengo

Cristian Zapata is released by Milan and in negotiations for a move to Brazil with Flamengo, confirmed the club Vice-President.

Zapata is 32 years old and his contract with the Rossoneri will expire on June 30, with no new deal on the table.

He made 20 competitive appearances for Milan this season, scoring one Europa League goal.

“I cannot lie, we are in discussions for Jemerson and Zapata, so will sign one or the other,” Flamengo Vice-President Marcos Braz told Globoesporte.

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Thursday April 11 2019
Brazil teen confirms Juve move

Brazilian teenager Wesley has confirmed his move to Juventus from Flamengo.

Wesley posted a picture of himself wearing Juve’s training kit on Instagram with the caption, ‘a new story God has in store for me.’

The 19-year-old is a right-back who won the South American U-17 Championship with Brazil in 2017.

He is nicknamed ‘Gasolina’ for his pace and is represented by Mino Raiola but has not played since last May due to a contractual dispute with Flamengo.

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Thursday February 28 2019
Report: Juve sign Brazilian defender

Juventus have reportedly agreed a deal to sign Flamengo defender and Brazil youth international Wesley.

Calciomercato.com cites reports from Brazil that claim Juve will be able to register Wesley at the end of March, when his Flamengo contract expires.

The teenager - who turns 19 on Sunday - is a right-back who won the South American U-17 Championship with Brazil in 2017.

He is nicknamed ‘Gasolina’ for his pace and is represented by Mino Raiola but has not played since last May due to a contractual dispute with Flamengo.

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Saturday February 16 2019
Paqueta: 'I'd love to follow Kaka'

Lucas Paquetá thanks Milan for helping him settle in and hopes to “achieve the same results Kaka did” with the Rossoneri.

The showdown with Atalanta kicks off at 19.30 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“I tried to give my best from the start, listening to the Coach and my teammates, so they helped me settle in quickly,” the Brazilian told DAZN.

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Sunday February 10 2019
Paqueta': 'Dedicated to Flamengo'

Lucas Paquetá was visibly moved as he dedicated his debut Milan goal to the young players who died in the Flamengo academy.

The Brazilian came up through the same Flamengo academy that burnt down this week, killing 10 teenage players and a club employee.

“It has been a very difficult time,” he told Sky Sport Italia after scoring in the 3-0 win over Cagliari.

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Friday February 8 2019
Paqueta: 'Immense Flamengo sadness'

Milan midfielder Lucas Paqueta says news of the Flamengo fire has brought him ‘immense sadness’, describing it as ‘a tragedy I can’t explain’.

Paqueta began his career at Flamengo, only leaving for Milan in January, and the 21-year-old joined Leonardo in paying his respects to the Brazilian club.

“This news brings me immense sadness,” he wrote on Instagram.

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Friday February 8 2019
Leonardo 'affected' by Flamengo fire

Milan sporting director Leonardo says he has been ‘very affected’ by the fire at Flamengo’s youth-team training centre, which killed 10 people.

Leonardo came through Flamengo’s youth system and began his professional career with the Brazilian side, prior to playing for the likes of Valencia, Paris Saint-Germain and Milan.

“I’ve been very affected by what happened at the Ninho do Urubu complex, where I started playing with Flamengo’s youth clubs,” the 49-year-old told ANSA.

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Friday January 18 2019
Caceres all-clear for Bologna

Martin Caceres is on the verge of accepting a transfer from Lazio to Bologna worth €0.8m, claim Sportitalia.

The Uruguay international was a target for several clubs in this January window, including Parma and Flamengo.

According to Sportitalia, negotiations reached a turning point this evening with Caceres and Lazio giving the all-clear.

It’s a permanent move worth €700-800,000 and he should have a medical over the weekend.

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