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The champions of South America, who count Pope Francis and Hollywood actor Viggo Mortensen among their supporters, spent three million euros ($3.68 million) in the last transfer window while Real splashed out 80 million euros this year on James Rodriguez alone.San Lorenzo are attempting to become the first Argentine side to win the tournament since it started in its current format in 2005 . Boca Juniors and Estudiantes have previously reached the final, losing to AC Milan and Barcelona respectively.While Real's bench is brimming with internationals, the only member of the San Lorenzo squad who played at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is Colombian defender Mario Yepes, 38 .
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