Lindelöf and Marçal head lengthy list of summer departures

Victor Lindelöf

The 2016/17 season may have finished just four weeks ago, but there has already been a flurry of transfer activity since the Eagles hoisted the Portuguese cup at the Estádio do Jamor. Thus far, Haris Seferović and Filip Krovinović have been the highest profile arrivals, while Alex Pinto and Alan Júnior were recruited to bolster the B team.

Opinion: What Krovinović will bring to Benfica

Filip Krovinović

Filip Krovinović had an impressive 2016/17 season with Rio Ave, but he is still far from a household name. We spoke to Croatian football expert @CroSports_ to find out more about the player, his background, and how he should fit in at Benfica.

Krovinović recruited from Rio Ave

Filip Krovinović

On Wednesday evening, Benfica unveiled their latest signing, Filip Krovinović, who joins from Rio Ave for a reported fee of €3 million. He has signed a five-year contract with the Eagles, which includes a €45 million release clause.

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Ederson saga ends as Manchester City confirm transfer

After months of speculation, Ederson has finally been unveiled as a Manchester City player. Pep Guardiola’s side have spent €40 million (£34.7 million) to acquire the young shot-stopper, making him the most expensive goalkeeper in history in Pound Sterling, and the second most expensive in Euros. Ederson has penned a six-year contract, and his move will become official on July 1st.

Benfica plan for the future with Pinto capture

Benfica have continued their summer recruitment drive with the addition of Alex Pinto from Vitória de Guimarães. The 18-year old right-back has signed a six-year contract with the Eagles. Born in Guimarães, he is a lifelong Benfica fan.

Benfica snap up Swiss international Seferović

Benfica have wasted no time in making their first summer signing with the arrival of Swiss international striker Haris Seferović. The 25-year old joins on a free transfer after the expiry of his contract with Bundesliga outfit Eintracht Frankfurt. He has penned a five-year contract.

Highlights: Benfica 2 - 1 Vitória de Guimarães

LIVE COMMENTARY: Taça de Portugal final

Tune in from 17:00 BST for live commentary of the Portuguese cup final. Behind the microphone is football journalist, translator and commentator Patrick Kendrick, formerly of BTV. Please note that this is an audio feed of a TV commentary for To stream the match live in HD, click here.

Squad List: Benfica x Vitória de Guimarães

With the exception of Jardel, who is still recovering from a left knee sprain, Benfica have a clean bill of health ahead of the Portuguese cup final. Andreas Samaris is available after his four-match suspension was appealed by the club, delaying its onset until next season.

Sunday's game at the Estádio do Jamor gets underway at 17:15 local time, and will be officiated by Hugo Miguel.

You can stream the game live via, or listen to audio commentary here on Planet Benfica.

Goalkeepers: Júlio César and Ederson

Defenders: Lisandro, Luisão, André Almeida, Nélson Semedo, Lindelöf, Grimaldo and Eliseu

Midfielders: Filipe Augusto, Carrillo, Samaris, Fejsa, Salvio, Pizzi, Cervi, André Horta, Rafa Silva and Živković

Forwards: Jonas, Mitroglou and Raúl