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Football : Croatian First League transfers in 2015/2016 season

Latest transfers in Croatian First League

monthplayertom
Feb 16Florentin MateiRijeka0.2
Feb 16Aljosa VojnovicOsijek 
Feb 16Victor da SilvaIstra 
Feb 16Anthony KalikHajduk Split 
Jan 16Ante MrmicInter 
Jan 16Jakov PuljicInter 
Jan 16Matheus CassiniInter 
Jan 16Abdiel ArroyoSplit 
Jan 16Mateo TopicSplit 
Jan 16Yoel BarcenasSplit 

The most expensive transfers

monthplayertom
Jan 16Petar StojanovicDinamo Zagreb2
Jan 16Mario GavranovicRijeka0.6
Feb 16Florentin MateiRijeka0.2

Winter transfers in Croatian First League

2m

Dinamo Zagreb

Slovenian defender Petar Stojanovic from Maribor for a fee of 2m; Midfielder Zvonko Pamic from Lokomotiva Zagreb.

Hajduk Split

Australian midfielder Anthony Kalik on loan from Central Coast Mariners; Venezuelan forward Manuel Arteaga on loan from Palermo; Argentinian forward Nicolas Velez on a free transfer from NorthEast United.

Inter

Goalkeeper Ante Mrmic on a free transfer from Bistra; Forward Jakov Puljic from Lokomotiva Zagreb; Brazilian forward Matheus Cassini on loan from Palermo.

Istra

Brazilian midfielder Victor da Silva on loan from Chievo Verona.

Osijek

Midfielder Aljosa Vojnovic on a free transfer from Dinamo Bucharest.

0.8m

Rijeka

Romanian midfielder Florentin Matei from Volyn Lutsk for a fee of 0.2m; Montenegrin midfielder Asmir Kajevic on a free transfer; Swiss forward Mario Gavranovic from Zurich for a fee of 0.6m.

Slaven Belupo

Defender Bozo Musa on a free transfer from Zagreb.

Split

Panamanian forward Abdiel Arroyo from Arabe Unido; Midfielder Mateo Topic from Sesvete; Panamanian midfielder Yoel Barcenas from Arabe Unido; Belarussian defender Maksim Vitus on a free transfer from Dinamo Minsk.


Summer transfers

5.7m

Dinamo Zagreb

Midfielder Damir Sovsic from Lokomotiva; Goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic from Zagreb; Chilean forward Angelo Henriquez (permanent signing) from Manchester United for a fee of 1.7m; Midfielder Marko Rog from Split for a fee of 4m; Defender Gordon Schildenfeld on a free transfer from Dinamo Moscow.

Hajduk Split

Defender Hrvoje Milic from Rostov; Argentinian defender Julian Velazquez from Palermo; Brazilian midfielder Jefferson from Feirense; Cameroonian forward Franck Ohandza from Golden Lions; Midfielder Ante Roguljic on loan from Red Bull Salzburg; Ukrainian forward Artem Radchenko on a free transfer from Goverla; Ukrainian defender Maksym Ig. Bily on a free transfer from Zorya Lugansk.

Inter

Forward Dejan Cabraja on loan from Lokomotiva Zagreb; Midfielder Frano Mlinar on loan from Udinese; Forward Luka Bilobrk on a free transfer from Pomorac; Midfielder Ivan Parlov on a free transfer from Slaven Belupo Koprivnica; Midfielder Andrea Ottochian on a free transfer from Cibalia Vinkovci; Defender Darijo Cavar from Hrvatski Dragovoljac; Defender Josip Soljic from Lucko Zagreb; Forward Marin Zulim from Dugopolje; Defender Mislav Komorski on a free transfer from Hrvatski Dragovoljac; Defender Petar Bockaj from Maksimir; Defender Silvije Begic from Rudes; Macedonian forward Ilija Nestorovski from Slovacko.

Istra

Serbian goalkeeper Milos Ostojic from Belgrade; Goalkeeper Ivica Ivusic on a free transfer from Inter Milan; Montenegrin forward Filip Kasalica on a free transfer; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Nermin Zolotic on loan from Gent; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Damir Zlomislic on loan from Rijeka; Goalkeeper Vanja Ivesa from Opatija; Serbian midfielder Milan Djuric on a free transfer from Jagodina; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Renato Gojkovic on a free transfer from Celik Zenica; Defender Darko Misic on a free transfer from Zadar; Montenegrin forward Stefan Nikolic on a free transfer from CSKA Sofia; Midfielder Josip Vukovic from Hajduk Split; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Muamer Svraka on a free transfer from Paykan; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Branko Ojdanic on a free transfer from Pecsi; Defender Nikola Zizic on a free transfer from Krka Novo Mesto.

Lokomotiva

Midfielder Josip Anic from Zadar; Midfielder Robert Janjis from Dubrava; Defender Borna Barisic on loan from Dinamo Zagreb; Defender Dino Peric from Dinamo Zagreb; Midfielder Jerko Leko from Dinamo Zagreb; Forward Marko Kolar from Dinamo Zagreb; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Said Husejinovic on loan from Dinamo Zagreb; Midfielder Zvonko Pamic on loan from Dinamo Zagreb; Albanian midfielder Eros Grezda on a free transfer from Zavrc; Defender Eduard Husinec from Lucko Zagreb; Goalkeeper Ivan Filipovic from Cibalia Vinkovci; Midfielder Ivan Fiolic on a free transfer from Dinamo Zagreb; Forward Jakov Puljic from Cibalia Vinkovci; Defender Luka Capan from Dinamo Zagreb; Forward Petar Misic from Dinamo Zagreb; Albanian defender Herdi Prenga from Dinamo Zagreb; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Josip Coric from Dinamo Zagreb.

Osijek

Forward Goran Roce on a free transfer from Split; Midfielder Ljuban Ivic from Zrinski Jurjevac; Midfielder Tomislav Saric on loan from Crotone; Forward Dominik Mihaljevic from Gorica; Defender Ivica Dzolan from Rudes; Defender Tomislav Radotic on a free transfer from Split; Midfielder Zoran Lesjak on a free transfer from Hrvatski Dragovoljac; Serbian defender Mario Maslac on a free transfer from Borac Cacak.

Rijeka

Macedonian defender Leonard Zuta from Hacken; Montenegrin defender Marko Vesovic on loan from Spezia; Defender Frane Ikic from Zadar; Italian forward Juri Cisotti on loan from Spezia Calcio; Macedonian midfielder Stefan Ristovski on loan from Spezia Calcio; Albanian midfielder Odise Roshi on a free transfer from Frankfurt; Slovenian forward Roman Bezjak on a free transfer from Ludogorets Razgrad.

Slaven Belupo

Defender Nino Galovic on loan from Split; Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Adel Halilovic on a free transfer from Anif; Goalkeeper Ante Bilandzic from Podravina Ludbreg; Defender Gordan Baric from Bistra; Defender Dino Stiglec from Zagreb; Midfielder Stjepan Ostrek from Koprivnica; Midfielder Vinko Medjimorec from Koprivnica; Defender Tomislav Mikulic on a free transfer; Forward Marko Marcius on a free transfer from Rijeka; Forward Sandi Krizman on a free transfer from Istra; Slovenian goalkeeper Matjaz Rozman on a free transfer from Rudar Velenje; Slovenian defender Nejc Potokar on a free transfer from Inter Zapresic; Austrian midfielder Stefan Savic from LASK Linz.

Split

Serbian forward Milos Djordjevic from Bezanija; Defender Mate Suto from Imotski; Forward Petar Franjic from Istra; Defender Mate Paponja from Imotski; Forward Ivan Pesic from Zadar; Bosnia-Herzegovnian forward Nemanja Bilbija on a free transfer from Sarajevo; Macedonian forward Marko Simonovski on a free transfer from Amkar Perm; Forward Dino Spehar from Dinamo Zagreb; Defender Jure Obsivac on a free transfer from Istra; Serbian defender Aleksandar Miljkovic on a free transfer; Albanian defender Amir Rrahmani on a free transfer from Partizani Tirana.

Zagreb

Bosnia-Herzegovnian goalkeeper Luka Gajic on a free transfer from Borac Banja Luka; Forward Anto Gudelj on a free transfer from Drassburg; Defender Stjepan Stubican on a free transfer from Drassburg; Midfielder Marko Tesija on a free transfer from Zrinjski Mostar.

news: transfers

Dinamo 6.7.15
Man Utd confirm sale of Angelo Henriquez

Manchester United have agreed to sell young striker Angelo Henriquez to Dinamo Zagreb. The 21-year-old Chilean was loaned to the Croatian club last season and despite scoring 20 goals in 25 appearances, United have decided not to give him a crack back in England. This summer Henriquez has been a part of the Chile squad which hosted the Copa America and won the trophy on Saturday in a penalty-shoot out against Argentina.

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