Monday, February 2, 2009

Last minute transfers


Player From To

Michael Gravgaard FC Nantes Hamburger SV

Angelos Charisteas 1. FC Nürnberg Bayer Leverkusen

Fabian Ernst Schalke 04 Besiktas (Tur)

Jacek Krzynowek VfL Wolfsburg Hannover 96

Jonathan Santana VfL Wolfsburg San Lorenzo (Arg)

Mahir Saglik VfL Wolfsburg Karlsruher SC

Antonio Rukavina B. Dortmund 1860 München


Player From To

Tal Ben Haim Manchester City Sunderland

Angelos Basinas AEK Athene Portsmouth

Manchester City Everton

Henri Camara Wigan Athletic Stoke City

Robbie Keane Liverpool Tottenham

Charles N'Zogbia Newcastle Utd Wigan Athletic

Michael Chopra Sunderland Cardiff City

Youssouf Mulumbu Paris SG (Fra) West Brom

Juan C. Menseguez San Lorenzo (Arg) West Brom

Ricardo Quaresma Internazionale (Ita) Chelsea

Calum Davenport Sunderland West Ham

Tomas Pekhart Tottenham Slavia Praag (cze)


Player From To

Marco Motta Udinese AS Roma

Souleymane Diamoutene Lecce AS Roma

Gianvito Plasmati Catania Atalanta

Victor Boudianski Lecce FC Khimki (Rus)

Abel Hernandez Peñarol (Uru) Palermo

Ricardo Quaresma Internazionale Chelsea (Eng)

Nicola Amoruso Torino Siena

Andrea Gasbarroni Genoa Torino

Stefano Okaka AS Roma Brescia

David Sugar Bellinzona (Swi) AS Roma


Player From To

Raúl Bravo Olympiakos Numancia
Sergio Tejera Chelsea (Eng) Real Mallorca

It's been remarkably quiet this transfer window although everyone thought Manchester City would cause a major stir.... and they almost did with Kaka contemplating a move to City but eventually pulling out. What have been the best transfers this window? Give us your thoughts.


  1. tal ben haim is a turd

    jo was possibly the worst buy of last season, definitely my candidate for the veron award 08. also i don't really know why moyes wants to bring an obviously malcontent striker into a formula that seems to be working fine as is

    i really was expecting a much more active window though, it was basically spurs making really bad buys and man city stuffing their face with realistic targets

  2. also serie a was one of the quietest i can remember in a while

    italians love to spend their cash but silvio had his wallet shut pretty tight