Transfer news updates

The transfer window has not yet officially opened but the transfers have been coming from all directions from all the different leagues in the world. A high probability rumour one day, and the next day the player has signed his new contract. All that and more in this week’s official transfer news update!

Valentin Roberge, Modibo Diakite, and Cabral to Sunderland on free transfers
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio is focused on restructuring his squad after a disappointing season with just escaping from being relegated from the Premier League. Roberge, Diakite, and Cabral were all confirmed to move to the English Premier League’s Sunderland at the start of July. The said transfers were advised by the club’s new Director of Football – Roberto De Fanti and their new Chief Scout – Valentino Angeloni. De Fanti and Angeloni are both expected to bring their experience and knowledge to raise up Sunderland’s status in the English Premier League.

Lazar Markovic to Benefica
Benica have released an announcement that Lazar Markovic of FK Partizan Belgrade have signed with the club. The Portugese club have claimed the Serbian player for an undisclosed fee for a five year deal. The 19 year old Markovic had 7 goals in 19 games for Partizan Belgrade which led to him earning a spot with the Serbian national team.

Contract extension in Malaga for Pedro Morales
Chile native Pedro Morales will continue his stay with Spanish Club Malaga for the next two seasons. The 21 year old will be playing for Malaga until 2015. Morales have scored 3 goals in the 7 matches that he played which also includes 5 starting roles. The Chilean midfielder is said to be very happy to be with the club and was thrilled that his fight to stay in Malaga paid off.

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