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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Penarol chief wants Diego Forlan return amid lack of other offers

Penarol president Juan Pedro Damiani has said he is asking Diego Forlan to return to the club this season.

The 37-year-old retired Uruguay international returned to his boyhood club for the 2015-16 season, helping Penarol to the Apertura title in the Uruguay first division by scoring eight goals in 31 appearances.

This past June, the 2010 Golden Ball winner for best player at the 2010 World Cup and the two-time Pichichi trophy winner said he would be leaving the club, but has not said where he might...

Las Palmas' Mauricio Lemos proud of Barcelona interest

Mauricio Lemos despertó el interés del equipo dirigido por Luis Enrique.
Las Palmas' Mauricio Lemos said he is happy that his career has taken off.

Las Palmas centre-back Mauricio Lemos has said he is proud to be linked with La Liga champions Barcelona amid speculation that the Catalan club have offered €4 million for his services.

Lemos left Uruguayan side Defensor for Rubin Kazan in summer 2015, but joined Las Palmas on loan in January 2016 after barely featuring in the Russian league.

The 20-year-old quickly settled at the Estadio Gran Canaria, playing regularly as Quique Setien's side secured safety in the Primera Division.

That...

 By Sam Kelly

Uruguay legend Alvaro 'El Chino ' Recoba bids farewell to football

Alvaro Recoba's farewell match
Alvaro Recoba received a standing ovation at his farewell match at the Gran Parque Central stadium in Montevideo .

"One last magic act." That's how El Pais, Uruguay's biggest newspaper, chose to headline their preview of Alvaro Recoba's farewell match, which took place on Thursday night in the Gran Parque Central, a stadium he knew so well and lit up so frequently during his playing days with Nacional. Recoba debuted for Danubio back in 1994, but enjoyed his first successes -- and his most recent ones too -- with Nacional, where he became a club idol.

A move to Italy followed in 1997, and Recoba's Inter Milan...