Australian Transfer Movements Season 20-21


Australian Transfer Movements Season 20-21

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Confirmed OS Movements

Fran Karacic - Dinamo Zagreb (Croatian First Div, UCL playoffs)
Deni Juric - HNK Sibenik  (Croatian First Div)
Lawrence Thomas - Sonderjyske (Danish Superliga)
Tom Beadling - Barrow FC (League Two, England)
Gethin Jones - Bolton FC (League Two, England)
Danny Choi - Casa Pia (Portuguese 2nd Div)
Cameron Burgess - Accrington Stanley (League One, England)
Bailey Wright - Sunderland AFC (League One, England)
Cameron Peupion - Brighton and Hove Albion Academy (EPL, England)
Presley Ortiz - Sporting Lisbon Academy (Primeira Liga, Portugal)
Daniel Arzani - FC Utrecht  (Dutch Eredivisie, LOAN - from MAN CITY) 
Dean Bouzanis - Sutton United (National League, England)
James Jeggo - Aris Thessaloniki (Greek Super League)
Jack Iredale - Cambridge United (League Two, England)
Trent Sainsbury - KV Kortrijk (Belgian Pro League)
Lyndon Dykes - QPR (English Championship)
Mitchell Duke - Al Taawoun (Saudi Pro League)
Joel Chianese - Hyderabad FC (Indian Super League)
Fran Karacic - Lokomotiva Zagreb (Croatian First Div, LOAN - from Dinamo Zagreb)
Noah Stokes - Curzon Ashton (6th Div, NL North, England)
Aaron Mooy - Shanghai SIPG (CSL) (ACL)
Brandon Borrello - Fortuna Dusseldorf (2. Bundesliga Germany - LOAN from Freiburg)
Nicholas Olsen - Khaitan SC (Kuwaiti Premier League)
Chok Dau - FC Vysocina Jihlava (Czech 2nd Div)
Alberto Del Grosso -  1912 Calcio Lecco  (Serie C - Gr. A) LOAN - from Cittadella
Samuel Silvera - Pacos de Ferreira (Primeira Liga, Portugal)
Mustafa Amini - AGF Aarhus (Danish Superliga)
George Blackwood - Oldham Athletic (League Two, England)
Samuel Silvera - Casa Pia (Portuguese 2nd Div, LOAN - from Pacos de Ferreira)
Dimitri Petratos - Al Wehda (Saudi Pro League, ACL)
Jacob Tratt - Odisha FC (Indian Super League)
Kyah Cahill - CD Leganes Academy (La Liga)  GISS move 
Brad Smith - Seattle Sounders (MLS)
Brad Inman - ATK Mohun Bagun (Indian Super League)
Apostolos Giannou - OFI Crete (Greek Super League)
Will Baynham - Queens Park FC (League Two, Scotland)
Jaden Gasking - Boavista FC Academy (Primeira Liga, Portugal)
James Donachie - FC Goa (Indian Super League, LOAN from Newcastle Jets)
Ajdin Hrustic - Eintracht Frankfurt (Bundesliga, Germany)
Matthew Jurman -  AO Xanthi (Super League Greece 2)
Paul Izzo -  AO Xanthi (Super League Greece 2)
Dylan Fox - NorthEast United (Indian Super League)
Austin Ayoubi - Othellos Athienou FC (Cyprus 2nd Div)
Yanni Delangas - Achyronas Liopetriou (Cyprus 2nd Div)
Adam D'Agostino - Achyronas Liopetriou (Cyprus 2nd Div)
Joshua Brillante - AO Xanthi  (Super League Greece 2)
Aziz Behich - Kayserispor (Turkish SüperLig, LOAN from Istanbul Basaksehir)
Nikola Mileusnic - Randers FC (Danish Superliga)
Matthew Millar - Shrewsbury Town (League One, England, short term deal, LOAN from Newcastle Jets)
Lachlan Brook - Brentford B 
Riley McGree - Charlotte FC (Future MLS franchise 2022)
Riley McGree - Birmingham City (English Championship, LOAN from Charlotte FC)
Samuel Garcia - Marbella F.C (Spanish 3rd Div. Group 4)
Dylan Collard - C.S Maritimo (Portugal, Primeira Liga)
Isaac Danzo - UD Alzira (Spanish 4th Div, Group 6, LOAN from Levante)
Emmanuel Pavlis - Apollon Larissa F.C (Super League Greece 2)
Yaren Sozer - Erokspor (Turkish 4th Div.)
Haris Stamboulidis - UP Langreo (Spanish 3rd Div, Group 1)
Cameron McGilp - Slough Town (England, National League South, 6th Div)
Scott Neville - East Bengal (Indian Super League, LOAN from Brisbane Roar)
Craig Goodwin - Abha Club (Saudi Pro League)
Kristian Popovic - AO Xanthi (Super League Greece 2)
Kenneth Dougall - Blackpool (League One, England)
Jordan Murray - Kerala Blasters (Indian Super League)
Reagan Ogle - AFC Fylde (National League North, England, on LOAN from Accrington Stanley)
Nick Fitzgerald - Jamshedpur FC (Indian Super League)

Confirmed A-League Movements

Tommy Oar - Macarthur FC
Mark Milligan - Macarthur FC
Adam Federici - Macarthur FC
Denis Genreau - Macarthur FC
Matt Derbyshire - Macarthur FC (VISA)
James Donachie - Newcastle Jets - Loaned to FC Goa (India)
Milislav Popovic - Macarthur FC
Ivan Franjic - Macarthur FC
Nick Suman - Macarthur FC 
Aiden O'Neill - Melbourne City
Marco Tilio - Melbourne City
Matthew Sutton - Melbourne City
Taras Gomulka - Melbourne City
Andrew Nabbout - Melbourne City
Max Crocombe - Melbourne Victory 
Lachlan Wales - Western United
Domenic Costanzo - Adelaide United
Aleks Susnjar - Macarthur FC
Joe Gauci - Adelaide United
Ramy Najjarrine - Newcastle Jets - on Loan from Melbourne City
Moudi Najjar - Macarthur FC - on Loan from Melbourne City
Jake Hollman - Macarthur FC
Jake Brimmer - Melbourne Victory
Aleks Jovanovic - Macarthur FC
Jesse Daley - Brisbane Roar
Joshua Brindell-South - Brisbane Roar
Callum McManaman - Melbourne Victory (VISA)
Ben Garuccio - Melbourne City
Loic Puyo -  Macarthur FC (VISA)
Brandon Wilson - Perth Glory
Andy Keogh - Perth Glory
Joe Caletti - Adelaide United
Nick Sullivan - Perth Glory 
Jonathan Aspropotamitis - Perth Glory (ACL only)
Antonis Martis - Macarthur FC - on Loan from FC Midtylland (Denmark)
Oli Bozanic - Central Coast Mariners
Nick Ansell - Melbourne Victory
Darryl Lachman - Perth Glory (VISA)
Jacob Butterfield - Melbourne Victory (VISA)
Liam Rose - Macarthur FC
Michael Ruhs - Macarthur FC
Jake McGing - Macarthur FC
Ben Folami - Melbourne Victory - on Loan from Ipswich Town (England)


I'll have another crack at keeping all our Aussie transfers in one place. Please keep us posted on others i've missed and ill update the thread when the move has been confirmed via social media.


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I love this thread. I’ll try my best to be useful but a bit thanks to those who contribute to this topic. Let’s hope for some good moves for our boys and girls 
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Ds98 - 5 Aug 2020 4:12 PM
Confirmed OS Movements

Fran Karacic - Dinamo Zagreb (Croatian First Div, UCL playoffs)
Deni Juric - HNK Sibenik  (Croatian First Div)
Lawrence Thomas - Sonderjyske (Danish Superliga)
Tom Beadling - Barrow FC (National League, England)
Gethin Jones - Bolton FC (League Two, England)
Danny Choi - Casa Pia (Portuguese 2nd Div, pending decision, could be relegated to 3rd Div)

Confirmed A-League Movements

Tommy Oar - Macarthur FC
Mark Milligan - Macarthur FC
Adam Federici - Macarthur FC
Denis Genreau - Macarthur FC
Matt Derbyshire - Macarthur FC (VISA)

I'll have another crack at keeping all our Aussie transfers in one place. Please keep us posted on others i've missed and ill update the thread when the move has been confirmed via social media.

I was initially going to list all the W-League and Aussie womens movements, but i ignorantly don't know enough, and quite frankly there are already too many to keep track of. But if anyone wants to write them down i'm happy to include them in another section in this post.


Macarthur supposed to also have signed Milislav Popovic, Liam Rose, A Jovanovic and J McGing as well.
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Cameron Burgess signed for Accrington while Donachie will be at the Jets next season.
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Cameron Peupion to Brighton, Presley Ortiz to Sporting Lisbon
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Bailey Wright to Sunderland. 
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Cheers everyone. I'll only be putting them in once I've seen said player announced by the team they've signed for.
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Singh is being targeted by Nürnberg for a loan move. 
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Thought I'd repost this from the other thread as there are so many players worth discussing. I've edited the comments

Ryan: Brighton survived and  can't see any move happening. What he does need is a good number 2 to keep him on his toes.

Vukovic: He's returned to football and any idea of a move is off the table.
Federici: Should return to A League for a final season. Macarthur it turned out to be!

Grant: Is he ever going to attempt an overseas move? It'd be a great test and that hair would work for the marketing.

Souttar: He'll return to Stoke and then we're not sure what'll happen next. 

Degenek: Very at home at his favourite club. You'd have to think other clubs will be looking around. Spartak and unfortunately the Middle East has called again.

Sprianovic: Turned 32 the other day. Suddenly seems young if he plays until 37. Where is he?

Susnjar: Hello?

Ryan: Massive new year ahead. He needs immediate minutes to improve for Tokyo.

Sainsbury: European football beckons. It's probably best to stay another season and see how it all goes. Surely after a good second season numerous European clubs will show interest.

Wright: Sunderland have signed him permanently and it's the perfect deal for all parties involved.

Behich: He still has a deal but he really needs a move. They'll try and sell their big campaign with European competition as a chance for minutes in the league but they already did that this season.

Jack Iredale: Released by Carlisle despite a good season. The new manager wants to change up the entire squad. He should find something in England or may end up in Scotland.

Elder: Should stay at Hull regardless of their fate. Minutes matter and he's finally getting them.

Smith: Currently on loan at Cardiff but not playing much. He needs to sort a permanent deal where he can fill the left back spot nicely.

Amini: Available on a free and ready for the step up. Bundesliga 2 or a bigger club beckons. Links to Turkish club

Lyden: Promoted with Swindon but off contract. Hopefully a new deal will be signed as he's been offered an extension.

O'Neill: Burnley extended his contract again. What a nice safety net.

John Iredale: Has another 12 months to go. It's recovery and then going again. He'll probably stay in Wolfsburg in the 4th tier but a loan to a 3rd division side would be the better test.

McGree: Probably a good time to move to Europe. Rumours of AEK Athens and Fenebache.

Dougall: Available on a free. Probably a good League One job ahead. The type the Mariners need to target if he wants to come home. Could return to Holland.

Irvine: Available on a free. Twitter storm from Championship club fans who want him. I feel the Bundesliga would suit him well. 

Hrustic: Deal still ongoing. Robben joining could be a blessing or harmful.

Petratos: Twitter talk linking him with AEK.

Rogic: Will stay in his comfort zone and it'll be another underwhelming year.

Armenakas: What's he up to now?

Leckie: There has been talk of Germany, Japan, England and even the A League. A young child and a wife who may want to set up a more permanent base after 4 different clubs in Germany could see the A League come sooner rather than later. 

Mabil: Let him stay and give European competition a shot. Surely then the opening to the next level will come.

Theoharous/ Italiano: Anything could happen at that level. Expect another development year or cutting ties immediately.

Maclaren: On fire again. Probably best to remain and consolidate it for the national team. He'll undoubtedly be pining to go abroad again.

Borrello: Definitely needs a move away. Probably a loan to Bundesliga 2.

Folami: Stevenage down. Return to Ipswich and then work out what's next.

Giannou: His deal has ended. He would be a fine A League marquee. Being closer to Arnold's view would do no harm.

Arzani: Appears to be on the cusp of a Loan to Utrecht.
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Confirmed. Daniel Arzani to FC Utrecht on a one year loan deal.
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If you look up FC utrecht on YouTube they have a video of Arzani on there. I don’t know how to post link 
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Austria Wien midfielder James Jeggo is set to arrive in Greece on Monday (10/8) and sign for #ArisFC. The 28 year old Australian international is expected to pen down a 2+1 year contract with the Kitrinomavroi.

This came from absolutely nowhere! Good luck. 5th in Greek League.
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Brad Smith has become a free agent.
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Duke chasing money in Saudi arabia
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hellas_johnny - 9 Aug 2020 3:15 AM
Duke chasing money in Saudi arabia

He's got a kid on the way, just wants to set his family up for the future. He's 29 and probably reaching his ceiling as a player. Good luck to him I say.
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JayEss - 9 Aug 2020 7:47 AM
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He's got a kid on the way, just wants to set his family up for the future. He's 29 and probably reaching his ceiling as a player. Good luck to him I say.

Duke offers more to Wanderers than Cox, Yeboah or Kamau.
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hellas_johnny - 9 Aug 2020 3:15 AM
Duke chasing money in Saudi arabia


Always makes me chuckle when I see people refer to the Saudi league as if it’s Qatar or UAE, where the standard is indeed shocking and players only head there for money.

The Saudi league is a higher standard than the A-League, in my opinion second in Asia above the K-League and just below the J.League.

Their ACL results don’t lie.
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If Duke manages to maintain his current form in Saudi, it puts him in a stronger Socceroos position than if he maintained it in the A-League, as he would now be performing in a higher quality league.

Yes the money will of course be better, but so will his national team chances. 
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Bowden - 9 Aug 2020 8:15 AM
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Always makes me chuckle when I see people refer to the Saudi league as if it’s Qatar or UAE, where the standard is indeed shocking and players only head there for money.

The Saudi league is a higher standard than the A-League, in my opinion second in Asia above the K-League and just below the J.League.

Their ACL results don’t lie.

Some of the players in the pro league should be in europe but the money offered in the Saudi pro league makes it easier to stay
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Jesse Daley left Seattle Sounders’ youth team (Tacoma Defiance), pretty sure he has signed with Macarthur. 
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Looks like Dimi Petratos will be following Duke to Saudi, according to TWG. 
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Bowden - 13 Aug 2020 11:11 PM
Looks like Dimi Petratos will be following Duke to Saudi, according to TWG. 

Al wehda 
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Bowden - 13 Aug 2020 11:11 PM
Looks like Dimi Petratos will be following Duke to Saudi, according to TWG. 

Interesting place to live. 
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Whats with our players taking the risk going to Saudi Arabia apart from the cash?
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Barca4Life - 14 Aug 2020 12:02 PM
Whats with our players taking the risk going to Saudi Arabia apart from the cash?

Very easy ex-pat lifestyle there on top of the money. 
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I wouldn't call it very easy ex pat life style one bit but for the $$$$$$$$$.....with the limited time you have as a player, a compramise nothing more or less.


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Feels like ages since Leckie publicly announced he would be leaving Hertha. Really keen to see where he ends up as I think he still has one more ‘big league’ move in him, although he is turning 30 in 6 months. 

Really think his style of play would suit England perfectly. 

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Mabil being linked with a move to the Championship, with Brentford leading the race.

Would be a great move imo as Brentford are a quality side who finished 3rd this season and were unlucky to not be promoted. 
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Bowden - 14 Aug 2020 4:37 PM
Mabil being linked with a move to the Championship, with Brentford leading the race.

Would be a great move imo as Brentford are a quality side who finished 3rd this season and were unlucky to not be promoted. 

and play great attacking football that would suit him.




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