Sao Paulo have completed the permanent signing of midfielder Denilson following his release by Arsenal.
Sky Sports sources understandDenilson has signed a permanent deal at Sao Paulo after being released by Arsenal.
Arsenal trio Andrey Arshavin, Denilson and Sebastien Squillaci will leave the club at the end of the month.
Sky Sports can confirm Denilson is free to leave Arsenal after cancelling his contract by mutal consent.
Sao Paulo are still keen to reach a permanent agreement with Arsenal for Denilson, but are planning to bide their time.
Sao Paulo president Juvenal Juvencio admits they are interested in signing Denilson from Arsenal, but not until June.
Denilson hopes for a quick resolution to his future at Sao Paulo and will be 'annoyed' if a deal is not reached soon.
Sao Paulo are optimistic regarding their chances of turning Denilson's loan move from Arsenal into a permanent stay.
Denilson says he does not know if he will return to Arsenal when his loan spell at Sao Paulo ends next summer.
Sky Sports understands AC Milan are weighing up a move for Arsenal midfelder Denilson.
Arsenal midfielder Denilson has extended his loan deal at Sao Paulo for another season, the Brazilian has confirmed.
Sao Paulo director of football Adalberto Baptista is to speak with Arsenal about the possibility of extending Denilson's loan spell at the Brazilian club.
Sao Paulo loanee Denilson looks set to be heading back to Arsenal after the club admitted they are unable to afford his transfer fee.
Denilson says there is a 'possibility' that he could stay with Sao Paulo, but is awaiting the outcome of further talks with Arsenal.
Denilson will return to Arsenal at the end of the term when his loan spell ends at Sao Paulo.
Sao Paulo claim Arsenal midfielder Denilson wants to prolong his stay in Brazil beyond the expiry of his loan deal.
On-loan Arsenal midfielder Denilson is confident Gunners captain Cesc Fabregas will remain at Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal have confirmed that Brazilian midfielder Denilson has joined Sao Paulo on a season-long loan.
Arsenal midfielder Denilson has expressed his 'sadness' at leaving the club to return to Sao Paulo on loan.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has held talks with want-away midfielder Denilson over his future.