Liverpool are reportedly interested in signing Colombia midfielder James Rodriguez according to reports from Spain. Rodriguez has been on loan at German side Bayern Munich for the past two seasons but is believed to be on his way back to Madrid.

The 26-year-old has not impressed consistently at the German club and the club’s hierarchy have ruled out a bid for the flamboyant midfielder. According to Spanish tabloid,Marca Rodriguez has attracted interest from a number of clubs including EPL sides Arsenal and Liverpool.

Diego Cavalieri Back after Gastroenteritis

Diego Cavalieri the well-known player of Brazilian club Botafogo is back after the evil of gastroenteritis struck him. Gastroenteritis is a common condition as a result of which the person suffers from diarrhea and vomiting. Diarrhea or vomiting may result in fatigue. In that situation patient won’t be able to function his normal day to day activity easily.

Diego Cavalieri is of Italian root and plays in a Brazilian football club, hence has both the British and Italian passport. He is known to be a great player who earned the cap for the Brazil Team, the year 2012 and 2013. He has an incredible career to display, which started in his youth that is in the year 2001 and continued as a senior player from 2002 to till date. He played for various football clubs such as Palmeiras, Liverpool, Casena and many more in his entire 19 years of career as a great football player. Currently, as we know he plays as a goalkeeper for Club Botafogo, Brazil.

Brazil can improve under Tite

Brazil goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri believes that the Brazilian national team can improve under Tite. He said that it has been a disappointing world cup by their standards and that it is important that the team improve for the future.

He believes that the Brazilian football federation made the right decision by appointing Tite as the manager of the team and that he is the right man to bring the team forward. Diego Cavalieri said that Tite knows the team inside out and knows the pressure that accompanies the management of such a team.

Liverpool can win the title

Former Liverpool player Diego Cavalieri believes that his former side can win the title this season. He said that they have made a good start to the season and that they are still unbeaten in the league. He said that this is a great opportunity for Liverpool to win the title and he hopes that they will be able to make it until the end.

However, he admitted that this will not be easy as Manchester City are a strong team and that they have made a good start to the season as well. He said that Pep Guardiola is arguably the best manager in the world at the moment and that he has turned Manchester City into a formidable winning machine.

After Blocking Attempts To Pay Cavalieri, Justice Includes Flu In BNDT

In a difficult financial situation, Fluminense has more and more problems. This time, the Justice began to pawn resources of the club to pay the debt with the goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. However, after six attempts to get due to the former tricolor athlete, the value, redeemed is still far below what is due.

The agreement between the parties defined that the Flu should pay R $ 6,105,124.74 in installments for the player. Of this amount, R $ 695,632.96 is related to overdue and unpaid labor. R $ 4,870,584.09 are related to severance payments set forth in the Term of Termination of Employment Contract and R $ 538,907.01 on the FGTS.

Paris Saint-Germain manager backs Neymar to bounce back

Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel has backed Neymar to bounce back after his average showing for Brazil during the summer World Cup. The 26-year-old was injured for Paris Saint-Germain during the final three months of the previous campaign but he thereafter struggled to inspire Tite’s men to glory at the World Cup.

As a result, there has been plenty of criticism from the Brazil faithful regarding his showing but Tuchel has backed Neymar to return to his old self with Les Parisiens, he said: “Everything impacts everything. I don’t think he needed this to be extra motivated. Of course, the whole Brazilian team expected more. Of course, it affects your approach to the players.


Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has lavished praise on the club’s midfield star Ruben Loftus-Cheek. The Chelsea star on loan at the club helped them stay afloat last term. After the worst possible start in the league’s history – losing all seven games, without a single goal –, Palace fought back to finish 11th on the log at the end of last season.

The Blues loanee helped the Eagles fight on and retain their top flight status. His performance earned him a call-up to the Three Lions by coach Gareth Southgate last November. The 22-year old had his World Cup debut in the England vs. Tunisia game last week.

Uruguay Set To Host FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup

South American side Uruguay are set to host the forthcoming FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup this year. One of the likely stars for Uruguay, Deyna Morales is confident that the tournament can only be positive for the country.

Morales has been playing soccer from a tender age in her childhood club San Jacinto. The 16-year old is preparing for one of the biggest events in her life if she makes the final cut for the tournament. She is believed to be among the top choices for Uruguay and could lead the host team when the event kicks off proper. (more…)


Premier League side Crystal Palace are in talks with Brazilian goalkeeper Diego Cavalieri. The shot stopper is looking to be employed as an option until the end of the season, according to the latest per reports. Coach Roy Hodgson has decided to bring back the player to Palace as they continue with their relegation fight.

Hodgson managed the current 35-year old goalkeeper whilst he was in charge at Liverpool. However, the keeper did not make an appearance for the Reds. Cavalieri has been a free agent since being released by Brazilian club Fluminense at the end of 2017, so makes a good fit for Hodgson on a free. (more…)


Liverpool fans should remember the name Diego Cavalieri. The 32-year-old Brazilian keeper, moved to Liverpool in 2008 after signing a four-year contract for an undisclosed fee believed to be in the region of £3 million.

Cavalieri became the third Brazilian player at the club, following the signings of Fábio Aurélio and Lucas Leiva. Upon his arrival, he was handed the number 1 shirt, last worn by Jerzy Dudek. Cavalieri made his competitive debut on 23 September 2008 against Crewe Alexandra in the third round of the League Cup.