Football : Danish Superleague transfers in 2013/2014 season
Latest transfers in Danish Superleague
|Jan 14||Jose Nunez||Brondby||Libertad|
|Jan 14||Andreas Cornelius||Kobenhavn||Cardiff City||3.5|
|Jan 14||Rubin Okotie||Sonderjyske||Austria Vienna|
|Jan 14||Jens Rinke||Sonderjyske||Vestsjaelland|
|Jan 14||Martin Dubravka||Esbjerg||Zilina|
|Jan 14||Jonas Jensen||Esbjerg|
|Jan 14||Francis Dickoh||Midtjylland|
|Jan 14||Emilijus Zubas||Viborg||Daugava Riga|
|Jan 14||Pierre Kanstrup||Sonderjyske||Fredericia|
|Jan 14||Subrata Pal||Vestsjaelland||Prayag United|
The most expensive transfers
|Jan 14||Andreas Cornelius||Kobenhavn||Cardiff City||3.5|
|Jan 14||Martin Pusic||Esbjerg||Brann||0.2|
Winter transfers in Danish Superleague
Paraguayan forward Jose Nunez from Libertad; Belgian goalkeeper Bram Verbist on a free transfer from Cercle Brugge.€ 0.2m
Goalkeeper Jonas Jensen on a free transfer; Slovakian goalkeeper Martin Dubravka from Zilina; Defender Michael Jakobsen from Kobenhavn; Austrian forward Martin Pusic from Brann for a fee of 0.2m.€ 3.5m
Forward Andreas Cornelius from Cardiff City for a fee of 3.5m.
Ghanaian defender Francis Dickoh on a free transfer; Midfielder Jakob Poulsen from Monaco.
Goalkeeper Jens Rinke on a free transfer from Vestsjaelland; Austrian forward Rubin Okotie on loan from Austria Vienna; Defender Pierre Kanstrup on loan from Fredericia; Zimbabwean midfielder Silas Songani from Harare City.
Indian goalkeeper Subrata Pal from Prayag United.
Lithuanian goalkeeper Emilijus Zubas on loan from Daugava Riga; Swedish defender Fredrik Stoor on a free transfer from Lillestrom; Swedish midfielder Ken Fagerberg from Horsens; Forward David Boysen on a free transfer from Lyngby.
Summer transfers€ 0.3m
Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed Abu on loan from Manchester City; Defender Alexander Juel Andersen from Horsens for a fee of 0.3m; Forward Jesper Lange on a free transfer from Esbjerg.€ 0.1m
Swedish forward Rasmus Jonsson on loan from Wolfsburg; Forward Anders Jacobsen from Fredericia for a fee of 0.1m; Midfielder Kasper Risgaard on a free transfer from Silkeborg.€ 1.8m
Macedonian forward Ferhan Hasani from Wolfsburg for a fee of 0.4m; Argentinean midfielder Alexander Szymanowski on loan from Recreativo Huelva; Midfielder Christian Norgaard from Hamburger for a fee of 0.4m; Midfielder Thomas Kahlenberg on a free transfer from Wolfsburg; Forward Kenneth Zohore on loan from Fiorentina; Swedish midfielder Michael Almeback from Brugge for a fee of 0.3m; Midfielder Martin Ornskov from Viking for a fee of 0.7m; Finnish forward Lukas Hradecky on a free transfer from Esbjerg.
Norwegian forward Mushaga Bakenga on loan from Brugge; Defender Ryan Laursen from Lyngby; Norwegian midfielder Mohammed Fellah from Valerenga; Senegalese forward Pape Pate Diouf on loan from Kobenhavn; Defender Jens Berthel Askou from Vejle; Goalkeeper Frederik Ronnow on loan from Horsens; Midfielder Jeppe Andersen from Vejle Kolding; Dutch forward Mick van Buren on a free transfer from Excelsior Rotterdam.€ 2m
Norwegian forward Daniel Braaten on a free transfer from Toulouse; Austrian defender Georg Margreitter on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers; Nigerian forward Fanendo Adi from Trencin; German forward Marvin Pourie from Silkeborg for a fee of 1.3m; Swedish defender Olof Mellberg on a free transfer from Villarreal; Forward Nicolai Jorgensen from Bayer Leverkusen for a fee of 0.7m.
Forward Jeppe Curth on loan from Aalborg; Faroe Islands defender Sonni Nattestad from Vestur; Icelandic midfielder Eyjolfur Hedinsson on a free transfer from Sonderjyske.
Dutch forward Joshua John from Twente; Defender Michael Jakobsen on loan from Kobenhavn; Midfielder Jens Stryger Larsen on a free transfer from Brondby; Midfielder Martin Vingaard from Kobenhavn; Midfielder Kim Aabech on a free transfer from Lyngby; Forward Oliver Thychosen from Vejle; Midfielder Bassel Jradi from Akademisk; Goalkeeper Martin Hansen on a free transfer from Viborg.
Swedish midfielder Dusan Djuric on loan from Valenciennes; American midfielder Conor O'Brien from Nordsjaelland; Norwegian forward Mos on loan from Kobenhavn; Defender Jacob Laursen on loan from Juventus; Forward Jeppe Hansen from Naesby; Midfielder Martin Spelmann from Horsens.
Senegalese forward Djiby Fall from Greuther Furth; Defender Mads Agesen on a free transfer from Horsens; Forward Martin Svensson on a free transfer from Silkeborg; Goalkeeper Mikkel Andersen on loan from Reading; Swedish forward Viktor Lundberg from AIK Stockholm.
Spanish midfielder Julian Luque on a free transfer from Racing Santander; Midfielder Mark Gundelach on loan from Nordsjaelland; Moroccan midfielder Ayoub Sorensen on a free transfer from Lyngby; Midfielder Bo Storm on a free transfer from Koge; Burkina Faso midfielder Adama Guira on a free transfer from Dacia.
Goalkeeper Jens Rinke on a free transfer from Fredericia; DR Congo forward Joel Tshibamba on a free transfer from Henan Jianye; Midfielder Jan Kristiansen on a free transfer from Brondby; Forward Dennis Sorensen on a free transfer from Energie Cottbus; Forward Marc Dal Hende on a free transfer from Akademisk; Forward Marc Rochester Sorensen on a free transfer from Koge; Defender Michael Lumb on a free transfer from Bochum; Defender Oliver Lund on a free transfer from Akademisk.€ 0.1m
Midfielder Marcel Romer from Koge; Midfielder Sebastian Andersen from Esbjerg; American defender Babajide Ogunbiyi from Hjorring for a fee of 0.1m; Midfielder Lukas Lerager from Akademisk; Slovakian goalkeeper Michal Peskovic on a free transfer from Ruch Chorzow; Slovakian goalkeeper Dusan Pernis on a free transfer from Pogon Szczecin; Midfielder Christopher Poulsen on a free transfer; Defender Jacob Egeris from Nordsjaelland; Defender Kristoffer Pallesen on a free transfer from Hobro.
Esbjerg sign Slovakia goalkeeper
Esbjerg have signed former Slovakia Under-21 goalkeeper Martin Dubravka from Zilina on a three-and-a-half-year deal. The 25-year-old represented Slovakia at U19 and U21 levels and has also been called up for senior duty. Dubravka will challenge Frederik Ronnow for No.1 shirt at the Danish club.
Esbjerg bring in Fellah
Esbjerg have signed Norwegian international midfielder Mohammed Fellah from Valerenga. Capped twice by his country, Fellah has agreed a three-year deal with his new club. "Esbjerg feels like the right step in my career as I need something new to happen," said the 24-year-old. "They're a good football team who play in the Danish league, which suits my way of playing better than the Tippeliga."
Kobenhavn capture forward Adi
Kobenhavn have bolstered their squad with the signing of forward Fanendo Adi on a four-year contract from Slovakian outfit Trencin. The 22-year-old scored 23 goals in 58 league appearances in two spells at Trencin either side of stints in Ukraine with Metalurh Donetsk, Dynamo Kyiv and Tavriya Simferopol. Sporting director Carsten Jensen said: "Fanendo Adi is a player who can contribute to our team with his physical strength and his quality in the box. However, Adi is still young and has a potential which should develop with time and this makes him a fine addition to our other forwards."
Kobenhavn sign Pourie from Silkeborg
Danish champions Kobenhavn have signed German forward Marvin Pourie on a four-year contract. The former Borussia Dortmund, Liverpool and Schalke player scored 14 league goals last term but could not prevent Silkeborg being relegated. Pourie, 22, has also played for 1860 Munich and Koblenz on loan.