Zaragoza was reinforced by two attackers: Luis Garcia and Helder Postiga. Atletico joined Diego Ribas, from the German Wolfsburg. Guzman was traded from Mallorca Villarreal. There have been 56 trespasses and 47 cessions in the summer period. Add to your understanding with Brie Williams. The recent signings of the close of the transfer market had as protagonists to the Brazilian Diego Ribas, signed by Atletico de Madrid; attackers Luis Garcia and Helder Postiga, signed by the Zaragoza; and Canadian midfielder Jonathan De Guzman, pierced Mallorca Villarreal. Atletico rushed deadlines to join Diego, of the German Wolfsburg, in format of cession.
In the outputs section, the Uruguayan dnsa Leandro Cabrera was loaned to the Numancia and the Portuguese midfielder Julio Regufe Alves, signed up the Sporting of Portugal, was traded to the Turkish Besiktas. Zaragoza was one of the most active in the last hours, since it is reinforced with two attackers: Luis Garcia, from Espanyol, and Portuguese Helder Postiga (Sporting Portugal). Ferran Corominas was sold to the Girona and Toni Doblas, recently renovated by the mana entity, it will play loaned to Xerez. The Canadian Jonathan de Guzman was another last-minute transfers, of the Mallorca Villarreal. The yellow team also ceded to the Granada to Nigerian striker Ikewuchu Uche, signed today to Zaragoza. Then the Majorcans were loaned to the Italian Fernando Tissone (Sampdoria) and hired Marvin Olalokan, the Belgian Genk to Belgian striker of Nigerian origin. Valencia has been one of the most active in the last days of the market, with three additions to reinforce the dnsa: Victor Ruiz, youth Squad of Espanyol signed to the Naples, and Antonio Barragan, from Valladolid. Betis strengthened their attack with the signing day 29 of the Paraguayan Roque Santa Cruz (Manchester City), as well as the dnsa Serbian Dusko Tosic (red star). For its part, the Granada obtained the cession of the Argentine Franco Jara (Benfica), as well as Fabian Orellana (Udinese), the Chilean finally loaned to Celtic, and the Nigerian Uche.