Sunday, August 30, 2009

The transfer window on 29 August

Since June 9, midnight, the summer 2009 transfer window is officially open! Find on the negotiations that agitate overnight planet football. Rumors unlikely to formalization, here's everything you need to withhold the transfer window from Saturday, August 29.

It was signed:

In France

OL: Mensah loaned to Sunderland
It was in the air, it's now official. John Mensah will do well in the size of Sunderland this season. Barred by Cris in Lyon, Jean-Alain Boumsong and even Mathieu Bodmer central hinge, the Ghanaian has been loaned with an option to purchase, for a season with the Black Cats, announces the official website of the English club. The defender of 26 years, suffered many injuries last year, had attended only twelve games in Ligue 1 since his arrival from Rennes.

ASSE: Sauget committed to Grenoble
While AS Saint-Etienne and Grenoble Foot 38 clash on Saturday night as part of the 4th day of Ligue 1, an agreement was found for the permanent transfer of David Sauget. The right side past by Nancy then continued his career in Isère.

Nantes: a Senegalese community recruited
FC Nantes announced Friday the signing for one year Pape Malick Ba. Senegalese international, the midfielder 28 years evolved since 2008 in the Romanian club Dinamo Bucharest.


Chelsea: Shevchenko returns to Dynamo Kiev
After three seasons without relief past the side of Chelsea and a loan to AC Milan last season, Andriy Shevchenko returned to Dynamo Kiev for two seasons, says the BBC. Recruited for more than 30 million euros by the Blues from AC Milan in the summer of 2006, the Ukrainian striker 32-year-old found his club trainer and left the Premier League after scoring 9 goals in 48 small meetings on the English lawns.

Zenith: Bystrov returns to the fold
The Russian international Vladimir Bystrov returns to his formative club, Zenith St. Petersburg, which has paid 9 million euros to recover the winger from Spartak Moscow. "It is a world class player," said interim coach Anatoly Davydov on the site of UEFA.

It is in the pipes:

In France

Monaco: Gudjohnsen approach?
According to AS, FC Barcelona would be willing to discuss with AS Monaco on the transfer of the Icelander Eidur Gudjohnsen. At the end of the contract in 2010 with the Catalan club, the former Chelsea player could join the Principality free initial contract of two years with training driven by Guy Lacombe. At 30 years, "Gudy" is no longer in the plans of blaugrana coach, Josep Guardiola. Note also that another Barcelona, the Brazilian defender Henrique, could be loaned to Racing Santander this season.


Everton: Heitinga after Distin?
Following the arrival of Sylvain Distin Friday, Everton could quickly record the signing of a new champion in the International Dutch Atlético de Madrid, John Heitinga. According to The Sun, the Toffees should enlist former player of Ajax Amsterdam, 25, in the coming hours against 6 million euros. Continued ...

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