2020 Schedule

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2020 Schedule
5-0-2, 4th in Portuguese Liga
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27dSam Marsden Moises Llorens

Sources: Barca target Nunez in future plans

Barcelona's interest in Benfica striker Darwin Nunez has intensified, in their search for a replacement for Luis Suarez, sources have told ESPN.

Shake up in Shaka's Power Rankings (2:14)
30d
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32dESPN

Benfica coach slams City's 'ungrateful' Silva

Benfica boss Jorge Jesus has called Manchester City's Bernardo Silva "ungrateful" after the player claimed the club need a new president.

Marcotti unconvinced by Carlos Vinicius' potential Spurs move (0:59)
59d
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59dJames Olley

Sources: Spurs set to loan Carlos Vinicius

Jose Mourinho has been desperate to bolster his attacking options and provide cover for Harry Kane, the club's only out-and-out striker.

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62dReuters

Man City agree €68m deal for Benfica's Dias

Manchester City have agreed a deal to sign Benfica defender Ruben Dias while Nicolas Otamendi will join the Portuguese club in a separate transfer.

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102dRob Dawson

Sources: Pereira wanted by Benfica, Valencia

As well as Andreas Pereira, United will listen to offers for Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Marcos Rojo and Joel Pereira.

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134dReuters

Jorge Jesus leaves Flamengo for Benfica job

Coach Jorge Jesus is leaving Brazilian champions Flamengo to return to his native Portugal for a second spell in charge of Benfica.

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177dESPN

Man United chase 'The Octopus'

ESPN's Insider Notebook reveals the slippery customer Manchester United want. Plus: The Champions League final could be moving elsewhere.

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333dESPN

Dortmund's Weigl agrees move to Benfica

Julian Weigl has agreed to join Portuguese champions Benfica, leaving Borussia Dortmund after four and a half years at the club.

RankingsPortuguese Liga

Goal Difference8Tied-2nd
Goals Scored173rd
Assists141st
Goals Conceded9Tied-10th