Barcelona sign Paulinho from Guangzhou Evergrande

Barcelona sign Paulinho from Guangzhou Evergrande

While Daniel Levy is known for being a notoriously tricky negotiator, AS believe Tottenham will still receive none of the €40m Barcelona are paying Guangzhou, with various other European and Brazilian clubs taking a cut and not the Lilywhites.

Paulinho has reportedly joined Barcelona for a fee of €40 million. He parted ways with the London-based club in 2015, as the Chinese side secured his services for a mere £10 million.

Scaramucci: Trump Should Have Been 'Much Harsher' On White Supremacy
On Friday, President Trump said Kelly carries himself like a four star general and has brought something special to the office. White House Chief of Staff John Kelly may be considering more organizational and personnel changes for the West Wing.

The 28 year old has been a key player under Luiz Felipe Scolari in the past 12 months, but is he good enough for Barcelona?

Xu said the cost of replacing Paulinho, who signed a new deal this year, would make it impossible for Guangzhou to part with a player instrumental in their charge to the top of the table and run to the Asian Champions League quarter-finals.

Marshawn Lynch Sat For National Anthem In Raiders Preseason Debut
Lynch has not spoken to the media at this time, so it's unclear if his statement and the incident are directly related. Lynch sat during the national anthem , as captured by USA TODAY Sports Images photographers Mark J.

Guangzhou will profit most from the sale of Paulinho, having originally bought the Brazil worldwide from Spurs for £10m, while six of Paulinho's former clubs are also set to benefit from the 29-year-old's move.

But his time in the Premier League with Spurs has somewhat diminished his reputation following a hefty £17 million switch from Corinthians in 2013.

North Korea talk drags stocks lower; gold, yen rise
USA crude rose 0.69 per cent to US$49.51 per barrel and Brent was last at US$52.66, up 1 per cent on the day. MARKETS OVERSEAS: In Europe, Germany's DAX fell 1.1 percent, while France's CAC 40 slid 1.4 percent.

Guangzhou now lead the Chinese Super League standings and are in the quarterfinals of the Asian Champions League.Paulinho also shone at the global level in the past year, and scored a hat-trick in Brazil's 4-1 victory over Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier in March.