Football : Danish Superleague transfers in 2015/2016 season
Latest transfers in Danish Superleague
|Jul 15||Piotr Parzyszek||Randers|
|Jul 15||Ronnie Schwartz||Brondby|
|Jul 15||Ahmed Yasin||AGF Aarhus|
|Jul 15||Awer Mabil||Midtjylland|
|Jul 15||Rasmus Festersen||OB Odense|
|Jul 15||Emmanuel Okwi||Sonderjyske|
|Jul 15||Tidiane Sane||Hobro|
|Jul 15||Alexander Nybo||Hobro|
|Jul 15||Jukka Raitala||AaB Aalborg|
The most expensive transfers
|Jun 15||Federico Santander||Kobenhavn||3.1|
|Jun 15||Kian Hansen||Midtjylland||1.5|
|Jun 15||Benjamin Verbic||Kobenhavn||1.2|
|Jun 15||Kasper Kusk||Kobenhavn||1|
|Jul 15||Frederik Ronnow||Brondby||0.4|
Summer transfers in Danish Superleague
Iraqi midfielder Ahmed Yasin from Orebro; Croatian defender Dino Mikanovic from Hajduk Split; Spanish defender Adrian Lopez on a free transfer from Montreal Impact; Croatian defender Josip Elez on loan from Lazio; Midfielder Daniel A. Pedersen on a free transfer from Silkeborg; Icelandic midfielder Elmar Bjarnason on a free transfer from Randers.
Finnish defender Jukka Raitala on a free transfer from Vestsjaelland; Midfielder Thomas Enevoldsen (permanent signing) from Mechelen.€ 0.4m
Forward Ronnie Schwartz on loan from Guingamp; Goalkeeper Frederik Ronnow from Horsens for a fee of 0.4m; Swedish forward Magnus Eriksson on a free transfer from Guizhou Renhe; Forward Christian Jakobsen from Roskilde; Finnish forward Teemu Pukki (permanent signing) from Celtic Glasgow.€ 0.4m
Defender Leon Jessen from Kaiserslautern; Forward Nicki Bille Nielsen from Evian for a fee of 0.4m.
Goalkeeper Alexander Nybo on a free transfer from Randers; Senegalese midfielder Tidiane Sane on a free transfer; Costa Rican forward Mayron George from Limon; Midfielder Gokcan Kaya from Randers; Midfielder Kasper Povlsen on a free transfer from Aarhus.€ 5.3m
Midfielder William Kvist on a free transfer from Wigan Athletic; Slovenian forward Benjamin Verbic from Celje for a fee of 1.2m; Paraguayan forward Federico Santander from Guarani for a fee of 3.1m; Forward Kasper Kusk from Twente for a fee of 1m; Defender Peter Ankersen on loan from Red Bull Salzburg.€ 1.5m
Australian midfielder Awer Mabil from Adelaide United; Goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen from Reading; Austrian midfielder Daniel Royer from Austria Vienna; Defender Kian Hansen from Nantes for a fee of 1.5m.
Brazilian midfielder Bruninho from Koge.
Forward Rasmus Festersen from Vestsjaelland; Defender Oliver Lund from Vestsjaelland; Dutch midfielder Mohamed El Makrini on a free transfer from Cambuur; Goalkeeper Michael Falkesgaard on a free transfer from Brondby.
Polish Dutch forward Piotr Parzyszek on loan from Charlton Athletic; Defender Erik Marxen from Horsens; Midfielder Mikkel Thygesen on a free transfer from Hobro; Australian midfielder Mustafa Amini on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund; Australian goalkeeper Jack Duncan from Perth Glory.
Ugandan forward Emmanuel Okwi from Simba; Forward Thomas Dalgaard on a free transfer from Heerenveen; Midfielder Janus Drachmann on a free transfer from Horsens; Portuguese defender Joao Pereira on a free transfer from Vejle; Defender Marc Pedersen on a free transfer from Fredericia; Midfielder Mikkel Hedegaard from Haderslev; Midfielder Troels Klove from Horsens.
Midfielder Jonas Kamper on a free transfer from Randers; Defender Christian Sivebaek on a free transfer from Vejle; Dutch defender Jeroen Veldmate on a free transfer from Heracles.
Swedish midfielder Andreas Blomqvist from Mjallby.€ 0.5m
Swedish defender Johan Larsson from Elfsborg for a fee of 0.5m.
Midfielder Kevin Niclas Mensah from Viborg; Swedish midfielder Daniel Larsson on loan from Granada; Swedish defender Michael Almeback on loan from Brondby; Swedish midfielder Erik Friberg on a free transfer from Bologna.
Midfielder Mikkel Thygesen from Brondby.€ 1.3m
Icelandic forward Bjorn Sigurdarson on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers; Irish defender Kevin Foley on a free transfer from Wolverhampton Wanderers; Swedish defender Ludwig Augustinsson from Goteborg for a fee of 1.3m.€ 2.5m
Austrian forward Martin Pusic from Esbjerg for a fee of 1m; Swedish goalkeeper Johan Dahlin from Genclerbirligi for a fee of 0.5m; Swedish midfielder Kristoffer Olsson from Arsenal for a fee of 1m; Costa Rican forward Marcos Urena from Kuban Krasnodar.
Dutch midfielder Hans Mulder on a free transfer from Delhi Dynamos; Icelandic midfielder Gudmundur Thorarinsson from Sarpsborg; Icelandic forward Gudjon Baldvinsson on a free transfer from Halmstads.
Forward Thomas Dalgaard on loan from Heerenveen; Norwegian defender Hakon Skogseid on a free transfer from Viking Stavanger; Icelandic defender Hallgrimur Jonasson on a free transfer from Sonderjyske.
Swedish midfielder Joel Allansson from Goteborg.
Icelandic midfielder Baldur Sigurdsson on a free transfer from Reykjavik.
Greek forward Apostolos Vellios on loan from Lierse; Icelandic midfielder Eggert Gunnthor Jonsson on a free transfer.
Mabil secures transfer to Midtjylland
Adelaide United winger Awer Mabil has secured a move to Danish Superliga champions Midtjylland, after negotiations for his transfer fee were finalised between the two clubs. The 19-year-old is expected to join the Danish outfit in a record transfer fee for an A-League player, reportedly surpassing the €1m. Mabil made nearly 50 appearances with the A-League side that handed him his professional debut in 2013.
Andersen completes move to Midtjylland
Reading goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen has signed for Danish Superliga champions Midtjylland. The 26-year-old has penned a two-year deal at the MCH Arena, bringing to an end his eight-year stay at Madejski Stadium. Andersen has returned to his homeland on a free transfer having coming to the end of his contract in Berkshire.
Duncan moves to Randers
Young Australian goalkeeper Jack Duncan, 22, has passed his medical at Randers and will officially take up his two-year deal with the Danish club. Duncan, who has represented Australia at both under-20 and under-23 level, played eight times in the Hyundai A-League, making seven appearances for Glory and one with the Newcastle Jets.
Foley joins Kobenhavn
Ireland defender Kevin Foley has signed for Kobenhavn after having his contract cancelled with Wolverhampton Wanderers. The 30-year-old, whose deal was due to expire in the summer, is leaving after seven-a-half years at the Championship club and over 200 first-team appearances. The move means Foley rejoins Stale Solbakken, who managed him at Wolves.