Dutch First Division transfers in 2017/18 season
|Jorn Vancamp||RodaJul '17||-|
|Jeremiah St. Juste||Feyenoord||4.8|
|Derrick Luckassen||PSV Eindhoven||5|
|Zakaria El Azzouzi||Excelsior||-|
The most expensive transfers
|Hirving Lozano||PSV EindhovenJun '17||8|
|Ridgeciano Haps||FeyenoordJul '17||6|
|Derrick Luckassen||PSV Eindhoven||5|
|Jeremiah St. Juste||Feyenoord||4.8|
Summer transfers in Dutch First Division
Goalkeeper Benjamin van Leer from Roda Kerkrade for a fee of 0.7m; Forward Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on a free transfer from Schalke.
Midfielder Marko Vejinovic on loan from Feyenoord Rotterdam; Goalkeeper Marco Bizot on a free transfer from Genk.€ 0.2m
English defender James Horsfield from Manchester City; Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Agyepong on loan from Manchester City; Spanish defender Angelino on loan from Manchester City; Defender Menno Koch from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 0.1m; Midfielder Rai Vloet from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 0.1m; Goalkeeper Nigel Bertrams on a free transfer from Willem II Tilburg; Spanish defender Pablo Mari on loan from Manchester City; Spanish midfielder Paolo Fernandes on loan from Manchester City; French forward Thierry Ambrose on loan from Manchester City.
Defender Bas Kuipers on a free transfer from Excelsior Rotterdam; Curacao midfielder Elson Hooi on a free transfer from Vendsyssel; Ugandan midfielder Melvyn Lorenzen on a free transfer from Werder Bremen; Midfielder Lex Immers on a free transfer from Brugge; Defender Nick Kuipers on a free transfer from Maastricht.
Belgian midfielder Jinty Caenepeel from Eindhoven; Belgian defender Wout Faes on loan from Anderlecht; Moroccan forward Zakaria El Azzouzi on loan from Ajax Amsterdam; Moroccan midfielder Ali Messaoud from Vaduz; Defender Lorenzo Burnet on a free transfer from Slovan Bratislava; United States defender Desevio Payne on a free transfer from Groningen.€ 16.3m
Defender Jeremiah St. Juste from Heerenveen for a fee of 4.8m; Defender Ridgeciano Haps from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 6m; Defender Kevin Diks on loan from Fiorentina; Defender Mats Knoester from Feyenoord; Moroccan midfielder Sofyan Amrabat from Utrecht for a fee of 4m; Midfielder Jean-Paul Boetius from Basel for a fee of 1.5m.€ 0.4m
South African forward Lars Veldwijk from Kortrijk for a fee of 0.4m; English defender Todd Kane on loan from Chelsea; Japanese midfielder Ritsu Doan on loan from Gamba Osaka; Defender Django Warmerdam from Ajax Amsterdam; Belgian goalkeeper Kevin Begois on a free transfer from Zwolle; Defender Mike te Wierik on a free transfer from Heracles.€ 0.5m
Danish defender Daniel Hoegh on a free transfer from Basel; Goalkeeper Warner Hahn from Feyenoord for a fee of 0.5m.€ 0.3m
Defender Jeff Hardeveld from Utrecht; Midfielder Niels Leemhuis on a free transfer from Quick; German midfielder Sebastian Jakubiak on a free transfer from Rodinghausen; Cape Verde midfielder Jamiro Monteiro from Cambuur; Forward Paul Gladon on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers; Goalkeeper Harm Zeinstra on a free transfer from Cambuur; Defender Bart van Hintum on a free transfer; Belgian defender Dario van den Buijs from Eindhoven for a fee of 0.3m; Belgian defender Dries Wuytens from Willem II Tilburg.€ 13m
Defender Derrick Luckassen from AZ Alkmaar for a fee of 5m; Mexican midfielder Hirving Lozano from Pachuca for a fee of 8m.
Belgian forward Jorn Vancamp on loan from Anderlecht; Swedish midfielder Simon Gustafson on loan from Feyenoord; Polish goalkeeper Filip Kurto on a free transfer from Excelsior Rotterdam; Goalkeeper Hidde Jurjus on loan from PSV Eindhoven; German midfielder Mario Engels on a free transfer from Slask Wroclaw.
Belgian goalkeeper Alex Craninx from Real Madrid Castilla; French midfielder Franck-Yves Bambock from Huesca; English midfielder George Dobson from West Ham United; Slovenian forward Dalibor Volas on a free transfer from Celje; German defender Julian Chabot on a free transfer from RB Leipzig.€ 0.4m
Austrian forward Marko Kvasina on a free transfer from Austria Vienna; Macedonian midfielder Nikola Gjorgjev on loan from Grasshoppers Zurich; Slovenian midfielder Haris Vuckic on a free transfer from Newcastle United; Forward Tom Boere from Oss for a fee of 0.4m; German midfielder Alexander Laukart on a free transfer from Borussia Dortmund; Midfielder Danny Holla on a free transfer from Zwolle; Belgian goalkeeper Jorn Brondeel from Lierse.€ 1m
Bosnia-Herzegovnian defender Dario Dumic from Nijmegen; Defender Urby Emanuelson on a free transfer from Sheffield Wednesday; Goalkeeper Nick Marsman on a free transfer from Twente; Moroccan midfielder Bilal Ould-Chikh on a free transfer; Midfielder Chris David on a free transfer from Go Ahead Eagles; Belgian forward Cyriel Dessers from Breda for a fee of 0.4m; Midfielder Sander van de Streek from Cambuur for a fee of 0.6m; Danish forward Simon Makienok from Palermo.
German forward Lennart Thy on loan from Werder Bremen; Belgian defender Leroy Labylle from Maastricht; Australian midfielder Terry Antonis on a free transfer from PAOK; Moroccan midfielder Tarik Tissoudali on loan from Le Havre; German goalkeeper Lars Unnerstall on a free transfer from Fortuna Dusseldorf.€ 1.5m
English midfielder Charlie Colkett on loan from Chelsea; English midfielder Mason Mount on loan from Chelsea; Goalkeeper Remko Pasveer from PSV Eindhoven for a fee of 0.5m; Midfielder Bryan Linssen from Groningen for a fee of 1m; Slovenian forward Tim Matavz from Augsburg; English defender Fankaty Dabo on loan from Chelsea; Midfielder Thomas Bruns on a free transfer from Heracles; South African midfielder Thulani Serero on a free transfer from Ajax Amsterdam.€ 0.1m
Polish midfielder Bartlomiej Urbanski from Legia Warszawa for a fee of 0.1m; English midfielder Dan Crowley from Arsenal; Goalkeeper Stefan van der Lei on a free transfer from Groningen; Greek defender Konstantinos Tsimikas on loan from Olympiacos; French midfielder Karim Coulibaly on a free transfer from Nancy-Lorraine; Defender Fernando Lewis on a free transfer from AZ Alkmaar; German goalkeeper Timon Wellenreuther on a free transfer from Schalke.
Defender Dico Koppers on a free transfer from Willem II Tilburg; Goalkeeper Diederik Boer on a free transfer from Ajax Amsterdam; Midfielder Erik Bakker on a free transfer from Cambuur; Polish forward Piotr Parzyszek on a free transfer from De Graafschap; Danish midfielder Younes Namli on a free transfer from Heerenveen.
Winter transfers€ 12m
Brazilian midfielder David Neres from Sao Paulo for a fee of 12m.
Norwegian defender Jonas Svensson from Rosenborg; Goalkeeper Tim Krul on loan from Newcastle United.
DR Congo defender Abel Tamata on a free transfer; Defender Donny Gorter on a free transfer from Viborg; Curacao forward Guyon Fernandez on a free transfer; Midfielder Nasser El Khayati on loan from Queens Park Rangers; Midfielder Randy Wolters on loan from Go Ahead Eagles.
Defender Jordy de Wijs on loan from PSV Eindhoven; Goalkeeper Warner Hahn on loan from Feyenoord.
Go Ahead Eagles
Midfielder Ludcinio Marengo on loan from Den Haag; Spanish midfielder Pedro Chirivella on loan from Liverpool; English midfielder Dan Crowley on loan from Arsenal; Midfielder Elvis Manu on loan from Brighton & Hove Albion.
Belgian defender Wout Faes on loan from Anderlecht; Norwegian midfielder Martin Odegaard on loan from Real Madrid Castilla.
Swedish midfielder Kristoffer Peterson from Utrecht.
Defender Lorenzo Burnet on loan from Slovan Bratislava; Moroccan midfielder Ali Messaoud on loan from Vaduz; Swedish forward Jordan Larsson from Helsingborg.
Midfielder Marco van Ginkel on loan from Chelsea.€ 0.2m
Belgian midfielder Beni Badibanga on loan from Standard Liege; Midfielder Gyliano van Velzen from Volendam; French midfielder Lyes Houri on loan from Bastia; Midfielder Mohamed El Makrini from Odense; Bosnia-Herzegovnian midfielder Ognjen Gnjatic from Platanias for a fee of 0.2m; Bulgarian midfielder Simeon Raykov from Lokomotiv Plovdiv; Austrian midfielder Stefan Savic from Slaven Belupo; Belgian defender Bryan Verboom on loan from Zulte Waregem; Greek forward Athanasios Papazoglou on loan from Kortrijk.
Cape Verde midfielder Jerson Cabral on loan from Bastia; Austrian forward Martin Pusic on loan from Midtjylland; Finnish defender Janne Saksela on a free transfer from Rovaniemen; Defender Koen Muller on a free transfer.
German forward Enis Bunjaki from Eintracht Frankfurt; Defender Jos Hooiveld on a free transfer from AIK Solna; Moroccan midfielder Oussama Assaidi on a free transfer.
Midfielder Wout Brama on a free transfer from Zwolle; Moroccan midfielder Zakaria Labyad on a free transfer.
Defender Kevin Diks on loan from Fiorentina; English midfielder Mukhtar Ali on loan from Chelsea; Defender Alexander Buttner on a free transfer from Dinamo Moscow.
Norwegian midfielder Vajebah Sakor on loan from Juventus; Belgian forward Obbi Oulare on loan from Watford.€ 0.3m
Moroccan midfielder Ouasim Bouy on loan from Juventus; French midfielder Hervin Ongenda from Paris Saint-Germain for a fee of 0.3m; Swedish midfielder Erik Israelsson from Hammarby.
News - transfers
Feyenoord sign two defenders
Feyenoord have signed Ridgeciano Haps from AZ and Jeremiah St. Juste from Heerenveen. Haps, 24, joins Feyenoord on a five-year deal that runs until mid-2022. The left back made his debut for AZ in 2013-2014 and has made 90 Eredivisie appearances up till now. Central defender St. Juste, 20, has signed a four-year contract at De Kuip, running until mid-2021. St. Juste made his Heerenveen debut aged 18 and has now clocked up 69 Eredivisie appearances.
Ali completes permanent transfer to Vitesse
Midfielder Mukhtar Ali has completed a permanent transfer from Chelsea to Vitesse Arnhem. The 19-year-old, who played for England at both Under-16 and Under-17 level, moves back to the Eredivisie club where he spent the second half of last season on loan. Ali, who was born in Somalia, came through the Chelsea academy and was part of the team which won the FA Youth Cup and UEFA Youth League in 2015/16.
PSV sign Marco van Ginkel on loan
PSV Eindhoven have signed Marco van Ginkel from Chelsea on a season-long loan. Van Ginkel spent the past season-and-a-half on loan at the Eredivisie club, making 28 appearances and scoring 15 goals. The 24-year-old, who Chelsea signed from Vitesse in 2013 on a five-year contract, has also enjoyed loan spells with Stoke and AC Milan.
Dabo joins Vitesse on loan
Chelsea defender Fankaty Dabo has joined Vitesse Arnhem on a season-long loan deal. Dabo, a full-back, becomes the club's third signing of the summer, with his move following a spell on loan in League One with Swindon Town last season. The 21-year-old is the 20th Chelsea player to make a loan move to Vitesse, who finished fifth in the Dutch top flight last season.
Vuckic completes Twente deal
Newcastle United midfielder Haris Vuckic has completed a move to Twente. The 24-year-old Slovenian, whose contract with the Magpies runs out at the end of this month, has agreed a deal which will keep him at the Dutch club for the next three seasons. Vuckic leaves St. James' Park having made a total of 20 appearances for the club since his arrival in 2009. He spent time out on loan at Cardiff City, Rotherham United, Rangers, Wigan Athletic and Bradford City.
PSV sign Lozano
PSV have reached an agreement with Pachuca over the transfer of Hirving Lozano for an undisclosed fee. The Mexico international paid the Eredivisie giants a visit on Monday to undergo a medical and will sign a contract with PSV until June 2023 once the Confederations Cup is over. The 21-year-old winger becomes the second Mexican at the club, joining experienced midfielder Andres Guardado at the Philips Stadion, with fellow compatriot Hector Moreno having just left the club for Roma.
Ajax re-sign Klaas-Jan Huntelaar
Ajax have re-signed their former striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar on a one-year contract after his departure from German side Schalke. The 33-year-old played for the Dutch giants between 2006 and 2008, scoring 105 goals. In April, the Netherlands international announced that he would be leaving Schalke when his contract expired at the end of the season. He joined Schalke from AC Milan in 2010 but found playing time limited last season, starting only five Bundesliga games.
Krul joins AZ Alkmaar on loan
Newcastle United goalkeeper Tim Krul has joined AZ Alkmaar on loan following the termination of his previous spell at Ajax. Krul, 28, was contracted to stay with the Amsterdammers until the end of the season but that move was cut short after just six games. The Netherlands keeper has now moved to Alkmaar until the end of the season.
Garcia joins Breda on loan
Manchester City midfielder Manu Garcia has joined NAC Breda on loan until the end of the season. The 19-year-old spent the first portion of the campaign at Alaves, but made just one Cup appearance during his spell in Spain. Garcia made four appearances for Manuel Pellegrini's City in 2015/16, scoring his only senior goal to date in the League Cup victory over Crystal Palace. He has agreed a contract extension with City in December until 2020.
Odegaard joins Heerenveen on loan
Martin Odegaard has joined Heerenveen on loan from Real Madrid until June 2018. Odegaard, 18, was unveiled to the media on Tuesday after the Eredivisie club announced they had reached an agreement for his temporary transfer. The Norwegian attacking midfielder, who failed to break into Zinedine Zidane's senior squad, is eager to earn regular playing time and said: "I just want to say that I'm very happy and that this is an opportunity for me to show can I do. I'm very excited."
Go Ahead 6.1.17
Chirivella loaned to Go Ahead Eagles
Liverpool midfielder Pedro Chirivella has joined Dutch side Go Ahead Eagles on a loan until the end of the season. The Spaniard joined the Reds' Academy from Valencia in 2013, and made his senior debut in a Europa League meeting with Bordeaux last season. Chirivella, 19, has since clocked up five first-team appearances, and penned fresh terms at Anfield in March.
Larsson joins NEC Nijmegen
NEC have announced the signing of striker Jordan Larsson, the son of former Sweden and Barcelona star Henrik, from Helsingborgs. The move sees the 19-year-old leave Helsingborgs, nearly two months after he was attacked by fans after their relegation from Sweden's top flight. His father stepped down as manager of the Swedish side following that result. Larsson has penned a three-and-a-half-year contract with the Eredivisie side.