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PORTUGUESE LIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 FC Porto 2 0 0 6
2 Benfica 2 0 0 6
3 Sporting 2 0 0 6
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Stoke from Bruno Martins Indi from Porto on five-year contract

Stoke manager Mark Hughes has confirmed that Stoke are to complete the signing of Bruno Martins Indi following his loan spell with the club.

Bruno Martins Indi has completed a permanent transfer from Porto to Stoke, after spending last season on loan with the Premier League club.

Martins Indi, 25, signed a five-year contract and moves for a fee of €7.7 million.

He said he is ready to put protracted negotiations behind him and achieve "special things" with Stoke after finally signing a permanent deal with the club. 

"I am feeling very good, I am happy to be back and ready to fight for my place," Martins Indi told Stoke's official...

Chicago Fire lead Juan Quintero chase as talks go on; Orlando out - sources

The Timbers were able to secure a 2-2 draw with the blazing-hot Chicago Fire who were eyeing their fifth straight win.
Juan Quintero
Juan Quintero says he would prefer to move to the United States.

Major League Soccer remains in negotiations with Porto over midfielder Juan Quintero, with the Chicago Fire still first in line to land the Colombian playmaker, multiple sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.

ESPN television analyst Taylor Twellman tweeted over the weekend that the Fire had jumped to the front of the line among MLS teams interested in Quintero.

A league source confirmed to ESPN FC that Chicago is in possession of Quintero's discovery rights, giving the Fire right of first refusal.

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John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Why has Ruben Neves joined Wolves? It's down to Jorge Mendes

Ruben Neves
Ruben Neves is one of Europe's hottest young midfielders.

One of the transfer coups of the summer has been pulled off by English Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers. Ruben Neves, 20, is a jewel from the Portuguese production line of talent who holds the distinction of being the youngest Champions League captain of all time -- when skippering FC Porto at 18 years and 221 days in an October 2015 defeat of Maccabi Tel Aviv.

Neves was linked with the likes of Chelsea and Liverpool last month, but has moved to Molineux in what looks a cut-price deal worth...

 By PA Sport

Wolves sign Porto midfielder Ruben Neves for club record fee

Ruben Neves was a mainstay in Porto's Champions League group stage campaign, starting five of the Portuguese club's six matches.
Ruben Neves is Wolves' record signing.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have broken their transfer record to sign midfielder Ruben Neves from Porto, also confirming a loan deal for defender Willy Boly from the same club.

Neves has signed a five-year deal, and although Wolves did not confirm the size of the fee they said it was a club record, with reports putting it at around £15 million.

The midfielder, who links up again with former manager Nuno Espirito Santo, has been joined at Molineux by Boly, who has signed a season-long loan deal.

"I'm...

Iker Casillas signs new one-year contract with Porto

Iker Casillas is yet to win any major silverware with Porto.

Former Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas has ended speculation over his future by agreeing a one-year extension to his contract at Porto.

Since leaving Real Madrid in 2015, Casillas has kept 37 clean sheets in 83 games, while also setting a new all-time record of 57 Champions League clean sheets as Porto reached the knockout stages of the competition last season.

With his contract at Porto ending in June, Sevilla, Arsenal, Chelsea and Marseille, besides Paris Saint-Germain and Liverpool, were...