Central & South America

Luis Suárez Returns To Boyhood Club After Rejecting MLS Offers

Former Liverpool and Barcelona forward Luis Suárez has re-joined Uruguayan team Nacional on a free transfer, returning to the Montevideo-based club after 16 years in Europe.

The 35-year-old, who left LaLiga side Atlético Madrid at the end of last season, said on social media on Tuesday he had reached a pre-contract agreement with Nacional, where he started his professional career in 2005.

"Proud to wear my shirt again at @Nacional," Suarez wrote on Twitter on Wednesday. "Thank you all for the support! See you soon."

River Plate, Dortmund, Nacional And Now MLS: Where Will Luis Suárez Go?

This summer's Luis Suárez transfer saga has been all over the place, and reports now place the Uruguayan in MLS.

After two seasons at Atlético Madrid, Suárez became a free agent July 1 and it was time to look for a new club. Many suggested that a move back to South America would be ideal for the striker after a 16-year career abroad. However, with Qatar around the corner, Suárez preferred to remain in Europe to prepare for his last World Cup.

“My priority is to stay in Europe,” he said.

Tite Hints At Shifting Neymar's Role To Unleash Brazil's New Generation Of Talent

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil manager Tite is excited by the rise of the young players who surged to stardom in European soccer last season and will be available for the national team in November when his side bid to win a record-extending sixth World Cup at the finals in Qatar.

Antonio Mohamed Se Queda Sin Trabajo En Brasil – ¿Lo Veremos De Regreso En La Liga MX?

Después de seis meses, el paso del Antonio Mohamed por Brasil llegó a su fin. El técnico argentino fue despedido por el Atlético Mineiro y de inmediato se activaron los rumores de una posible llegada a la Liga MX.

¿Porqué fue destituido Antonio Mohamed?

Con el Turco al mando, el Atlético Mineiro tuvo una marca de 27 partidos ganados, 13 empates y solamente cinco derrotas. 

Dani Alves Had A Mexican Night On Twitter And Seems Ready To Join Pumas In Liga MX

If Dani Alves doesn't sign for Liga MX side Pumas, he is a very, very evil and mischievous being. 

The Brazilian international has been linked to the club for several weeks and last night, he himself teased fans by turning his Twitter and Instagram accounts into a clear signal that he's almost for sure heading to México. 

Inter Miami Rallies From Two Goals Down, Beats Charlotte FC With 93rd-Minute Winner

Emerson Rodríguez scored in extra time as Inter Miami rallied from a two-goal deficit to defeat visiting Charlotte FC 3-2 on Saturday night in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

Rodríguez's goal came in the 93rd minute and further spoiled what had been a stellar opening stretch to the game for Charlotte.

What Countries Have Qualified For The Women’s World Cup? Complete And Updated List

The 2023 Women’s World Cup is quickly approaching. Co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the tournament will feature 32 teams for the first time, eight more than the previous high. Let’s take a closer look at what countries have qualified for the Women's World Cup.

How To Watch The 2022 Women's Copa América In Colombia

The 2022 Women's Copa América is underway. The tournament started last Friday, July 8, and has already given us a few sweet highlights. 

One example is this magnificent free-kick rocket from Manchester City striker Deyna Castellanos in Venezuela's 1-0 win over Uruguay. 

Cucho Hernández Scores Late Game-Winner In Columbus Crew Debut

Cucho Hernández broke a tie in the 83rd minute in his MLS debut and Derrick Etienne Jr. scored twice as the Columbus Crew overcame a two-goal, second-half deficit to defeat the host Chicago Fire 3-2 on Saturday.

Hernández took an outlet from Luis Díaz, who had two assists, and chipped the ball inside the left post over goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina as the Crew (6-5-7, 25 points) extended their unbeaten streak to six (3-0-3).

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