Conmebol counts cost of Globo exit after Copa Libertadores deal agreed with SBT

PORTO ALEGRE, BRAZIL - SEPTEMBER 23: Diego Souza of Gremio argues with Referee Patricio Loustau during a group E match of Copa CONMEBOL Libertadores 2020 between Internacional and Gremio at Beira-Rio Stadium on September 23, 2020 in Porto Alegre, Brazil. All games of the tournament are played behind closed doors to avoid spread of COVID-19. (Photo by Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images)

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