Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

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Chocolate Thunder

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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Chocolate Thunder on Tue Jun 24, 2008 1:45 am

Zizinhohakker wrote:
Ade wrote:WTF when did Maduro move to Valenica? Shocked

Suprised I have never heard of this!

In January but didn't play much.

Oh that totally flew over my head Very Happy

Remember 2 seasons ago there were rumours of Rafa being inetrested in Maduro.

Thanks <Ale>
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lampiao007

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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by lampiao007 on Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:35 pm

Balboa "aparentely" signed a 4 year contract with Benfica this morning.

Can anyone confirm this?

How good is he?
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Super Progress on Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:36 pm

lampiao007 wrote:Balboa "aparentely" signed a 4 year contract with Benfica this morning.

Can anyone confirm this?

How good is he?
He isnt really rated by any madrid fans but i think he has potential.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by lampiao007 on Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:40 pm

Ok, thanks

Rumors are also talking about Ayala and Aimar

Although those are porbably player 120, and 121 that the Portuguese press has "bought" to Benfica in the last 6 weeks
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Cesc Soler on Wed Jun 25, 2008 1:56 pm

Hatem Ben Arfa to Marseille. They have agreed a few, all that is needed is for the player to pass his medical.

Maybe they want this to go through first, then allow Nasri to join us.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Super Progress on Wed Jun 25, 2008 2:01 pm

lampiao007 wrote:Ok, thanks

Rumors are also talking about Ayala and Aimar

Although those are porbably player 120, and 121 that the Portuguese press has "bought" to Benfica in the last 6 weeks
Aimar would be awesome for you guys or any team. a favourite of mine. allthough i think he has said he will stay in Zaragoza to try and get them up. but if he has to go i hope he plays in a club like Benfica where he can shine on a big stage.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Cesc Soler on Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:35 am

PSG have taken a gamble on Lilian Thuram. He will join on a Bosman if he completes a medical.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by fcb on Thu Jun 26, 2008 8:40 pm

Quique's Benfica want Ayala and Aimar (both former players of his).
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SuperMario

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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by SuperMario on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:34 am

Jon Dahl Tomasson returns to Feyenoord cheers

you heard it here first

source Dutch state tv
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by fcb on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:37 am

Makes sense since Villarreal have signed Llorente...so their striking quartet now is Llorente, Nihat, Rossi, G. Franco
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by SuperMario on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:41 am

Yep, was likely already posted the Spanish rumours about the JDT transfer a few days ago in the Feyenoord thread. Hope we got him for a bargain because Villareal wanted to offload him.

Great signing for us.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by gone on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:43 am

So far for Steaua:

IN: Janos Szekely (RM, Otelu Galati, 1.5 mil), Bogdan Stancu (CF, Unirea Urziceni, 1.2 mil), Robert Neagoe (CM, Dacia Mioveni, 700.000), Tiago (CM, Estrella Amadora, 1 mil), Claudiu Ionescu (SS/AM, Gloria Buzau, 500.000), Arthuro (CF, Deportivo Alaves, 1.7 mil)
OUT: Dica (SS/AM, Catania, 2 mil)

Prices in Euro
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by fcb on Tue Jul 01, 2008 11:59 am

Thought you could get more than 2m for Dica...the guy was quite impressive in the CL last year.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by DeLux on Tue Jul 01, 2008 12:03 pm

Bogdan Stancu = FM legend.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by gone on Tue Jul 01, 2008 12:47 pm

kas wrote:Thought you could get more than 2m for Dica...the guy was quite impressive in the CL last year.

kas, Dica has done his job for Steaua and Becali let him leave cheaper. Also Zenga is the coach at Catania and Dica was his favorite player when he was at Steaua.

Ol, Unirea Urziceni was the revelation of last year Liga 1. They are a very small team that made it in the UEFA Cup. They played the Cup final against CFR Cluj and finished 5th (after CFR and the 3 big teams from Bucharest) in the league but with the same number of points as Rapid (3rd place). One of the main reasons for that was Bogdan Stancu. He also plays for the U21 NT and scored in first game (a friendly) for Steaua. Very Happy So I expect a lot from him.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Batman on Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:40 pm

Official: Marseilla Land Ben Arfa
Marseille have confirmed on their website that they have finally clinched the deal. It brings to an end a long running saga over the midfielder's future.

Arsenal were among the clubs interested in him, though Arsene Wenger later shifted his interest to Marseille's Samir Nasri, the person Ben Arfa will replace.

Full report to follow...
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by fcb on Wed Jul 02, 2008 5:44 pm

PSV have signed Isaksson from Man. City to replace Gomes.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Bashmachkin on Fri Jul 04, 2008 2:08 pm

It's not quite transfer news, but apparently Kluivert has joined AZ Alkmaar as a coach. It sounds as though it's part of his coaching training, and that he's still considering continuing his playing career if an offer comes along. But at the moment, he is with van Gaal at Alkmaar.

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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by christmasborocooper on Fri Jul 04, 2008 2:33 pm

DUTCHIES and Since 1888 the most..

Marvin Emnes..give me the factoids. I've read he was player of the season for Sparta..is he good, bad, average. An actual striker..or another Aliadiere type forward? Wiki says winger...BBC says striker.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Axeslammer on Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:47 pm

Sulejmani from Heerenveen to Ajax is final.

16.25 M euros Yikes
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Machiavel on Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:52 pm

Well thats the transfer budget of the season wasted .. well done Blind and Van Basten, the only hope is to sign a good replacement for Heitinga on loan or on a free. There are other departments in the team that needs to be badly strengthened. Now to sell KJH for 20M+
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by SuperMario on Fri Jul 04, 2008 6:55 pm

Pity you can't get Heerenveen shares... good business people overthere
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Since 1888 on Fri Jul 04, 2008 7:36 pm

People from Scotland.

We signed Karim Touzani from Aberdeen. He was quite good in the Netherlands but how has he done for Aberdeen?
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Post by Murray on Fri Jul 04, 2008 7:40 pm

Since 1888 wrote:People from Scotland.

We signed Karim Touzani from Aberdeen. He was quite good in the Netherlands but how has he done for Aberdeen?

He's been almost constantly injured the whole time he's been here, but did have the odd good game when he was fit.
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Post by toon h on Fri Jul 04, 2008 8:53 pm

Catorce wrote:Well thats the transfer budget of the season wasted .. well done Blind and Van Basten, the only hope is to sign a good replacement for Heitinga on loan or on a free. There are other departments in the team that needs to be badly strengthened. Now to sell KJH for 20M+

Isn't the loan of Henrique from Barcelona finalized yet? He would replace Heitinga.
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Post by lampiao007 on Sat Jul 05, 2008 9:29 am

Benfica signed Jonathan Urretavizcaya from River Plate in Uruguai

Any one can advise if the kid has any potential?

Aimar apparently closer to sign, but still some loose ends to be ironed
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Post by Machiavel on Sat Jul 05, 2008 10:03 am

toon h wrote:
Catorce wrote:Well thats the transfer budget of the season wasted .. well done Blind and Van Basten, the only hope is to sign a good replacement for Heitinga on loan or on a free. There are other departments in the team that needs to be badly strengthened. Now to sell KJH for 20M+

Isn't the loan of Henrique from Barcelona finalized yet? He would replace Heitinga.

He probably would, havent heard anything. Still there must be other options; Blind did say looking for a defender to replace Heitinga would be fundamental.
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Post by DS on Sat Jul 05, 2008 5:18 pm

Chelsea have ended their interest in Andrei Arshavin, according to the Russian's agent.



Roman Abramovich was thought to be keen to bring the Zenit St Petersburg playmaker to Stamford Bridge after some impressive performances in the UEFA Cup and Euro 2008.



However Dennis Lachter, Arshavin's agent, believes this is no longer the case.



"I do not believe that after this acquisition of Deco the club have retained their interest in Arshavin," said Lachter told Russian paper Sovetsky Sport.



"Zenit want to get at least 30 million (23.8 million), and foreign clubs offer no more than 20 million (15.8 million).



"The situation is not at an impasse though. The transfer period only ends on August 31 and clubs are only just beginning to be proactive in the transfer market."



Lachter went on to claim Arshavin's next move could hinge on assorted other transfer sagas progressing across Europe:



"Several potential buyers are involved as clubs sell their players. Arshavin's future may be dependent on conversations about [Alexander] Hleb, [Emmanuel] Adebayor, Cristiano Ronaldo and others."
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by Riviera on Sat Jul 05, 2008 11:14 pm

The nordic press says Newcastle is interested in RBK's Skjelbred.
I really hope so, so he can get out of there on the first plane.
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Re: Rest of Europe Transfer Tracker

Post by DS on Thu Jul 10, 2008 4:07 am

FC Groningen have completed the signing of Sweden defender Andreas Granqvist on a four-year deal from Wigan.
The 23-year-old, a member of Sweden's Euro 2008 squad, failed to
establish himself at the Premier League outfit after joining last
summer.
Groningen's technical director Henk Veldmate hailed the
signing, telling the club's official website: "Granqvist is a real
central defender - big, strong and he is good in the air."
Director Hans Nijland added at the player's presentation: "The
negotiations have taken some time. There was a lot of interest in him.
He is a young player and also an international. Five minutes before
this presentation the deal was sealed."
Granqvist revealed he had consulted two of Groningen's Swedish contingent before joining the club.
He said: "I am glad to sign my contract at FC Groningen. I have
spoken with my countrymen Frederik Stenman and Marcus Berg and I got a
good impression of the club.
"Also the talks with coach Ron Jans made me enthusiastic. It
was an easy choice. I consider FC Groningen to be the club where I can
develop further.
"I didn't play much at Wigan Athletic and for me it was important to chose a club that suited me football-wise.
"I am a player who likes to build the play up, rather than going
for the long pass. I am still young and I want to improve. I believe
Groningen is the club that will allow me to do that.

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