The midfielder has gone from just having Scolari Y Menezes on the bench to finish holder with Andrey Lopes. The player arrived at Palmeiras last summer from Botafogo for 3.5 million euros and has a contract until 2023. With the alvinegro team he played 76 games between 2016 and 2018 in which he scored two goals and gave two assists. With Palmeiras he has played 537 minutes in 11 league games in which he has scored a goal and has received two yellows.Fernandes He has experience in the lower categories of Canarinha. Itobaraí has played two games with the Brazilian U-17 team and three games with the U-20. The Barcelona has set its sights on Matheus Fernandes. According Balloon support, the Valverde team made an inquiry for the midfielder of the Palmeiras 21 years old An interest that is not new since in 2017 they were fixed on the player when he emerged in the Botafogo.
Spain became the first country to have five teams in the Champions League group stage in one season after Valencia squeezed past Monaco 4-3 on aggregate in the playoff round despite a 2-1 defeat on Tuesday.Valencia joined holders Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atletico Madrid andSevilla, who got an automatic berth as last season’s winners of Europe’s second-tier Europa League.On a night of pulsating action, Malmo, Dinamo Zagreb, Maccabi Tel Aviv and Shakhtar Donetsk also booked money-spinning group stage spots in Europe’s premier club competition.Former Manchester City forward Alvaro Negredo put Valencia in the driving seat with a deft fourth-minute chip but the Spaniards were forced to hang on after Andrea Raggi and Elderson revived Monaco’s hopes in the principality.Also read: United could have signed Pedro if they wanted, says Van Gaal “It was important to get an away goal and we managed that early in the match which helped calm things down,” Negredo told Spanish television. “In the second half they pressed forward and we were tiring but thankfully we held on.”Swedish champions Malmo made the group stage for a second straight season after captain Markus Rosenberg and a Dedryck Boyata own goal gave them a bruising 2-0 win and 4-3 aggregate triumph over Celtic to overturn a 3-2 first-leg away deficit.Also read: Barcelona open with win; Chelsea rebounds Former European Cup winners Celtic lost their lead after Rosenberg met a corner, the ball sliding in off his shoulder.Malmo missed several chances before Boyata’s desperate attempt to clear in a goalmouth scramble ended with the Celtic defender sliding the ball into his own net.advertisement”We are at least as good as last year, particularly at home,” Rosenberg told Sweden’s TV6 after Malmo kept a 10th straight clean sheet at home in European qualifying.”A hard day’s work, we did what we said we would do and the crowd were great as always.”