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Football News: Review Of The Day 4th September 2019

Review Of The Day 4th September 2019
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Review of the Day



Spanish defender Luis Hernandez has signed a 5 year deal with Malaga.

Cagliari right-back Simone Pinna has agreed a new 3 year contract.

Nick Freeman has signed a new two year deal with Wycombe Wanderers.



Free agent former Liverpool winger Lazar Markovic has signed for Partizan Belgrade.

Hannover 96 have signed free agent duo Marc Stendera and Dennis Aogo.

SM Caen have signed Steeve Yago from Toulouse on a free transfer.

Nantes have released Queensy Menig.

Paris FC have taken Cheick Timite on loan from SC Amiens.

Dijon have paid £3.15m for Lens winger Mounir Chouiar.

Valencia have released Alvaro Medran.

Crawley Town released Dominic Poleon so the striker could sign for Newport County. Leaving Newport is defender Lazar Stojsavljevic who was released by mutual consent. Joining Crawley Town to replace him is free agent striker Denzeil Boadu.

Oxford United have released Tony McMahon.

Free agent midfielder Bernard Sun has signed for Birmingham City.

Teenage Nottingham Forest winger Arvin Appiah has signed for Spanish second tier side Almeria for £8m.

Livingston have sent Dolly Menga on loan to Atletico Petroleos de Luanda for the season.

Kirk Broadfoot has returned to St Mirren following his release from Kilmarnock.

Former Arsenal leg-end Nicklas Bendtner has signed for FC Copenhagen.


Injury Round-Up

Manchester United full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka has pulled out of the England squad and returned to Manchester for treatment due to a back injury. England are not expected to call up a replacement.


Tranny Stake Sold By Palios

Tranmere Rovers chair and vice-chair Mark and Nicola Palios have agreed a deal to sell a minority stake to an investment group from Indonesia. The Santini Group is owned by brother Wandi, Lukito and Paulus Wanandi and will be buying a set of newly issued shares. Mark Palios said: "It's an endorsement of what we've done at the club. They understand the ethics of what we're trying to achieve, in terms of a community based club, and they're very much behind that. They have a minority stake so we'll run the business on a day-to-day basis. The initial investment they make will help us to repair some of the damage done to the balance sheet in terms of the three years we spent in non-league. There'll also be a small improvement in the playing budget for the next couple of years, which will help us to get stable in League One."


Police Investigate Bury Fraud Claims

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) have confirmed that it received a report of fraud involving Bury on 18th June, one month before the club's owner reached a CVA with the club's creditors. Since then the club have been expelled from the English Football League which makes them unable to repay the debts they owe. GMP have confirmed that an investigation was launched and inquiries are still ongoing.


EFL To Discuss Bury Issue With Member Clubs

The English Football League are to discuss what to do with Bury and whetherto re-admit them to the league with member clubs. An EFL statement said: "Prior to formal consideration by any league competition of an eventual application from Bury FC to return to league football, clear evidence would be required of the club's financial viability and its ability to fulfil its ongoing commitments."

Written by Tris Burke September 03 2019 22:46:04


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