Marcus Bettinelli (Chelsea)
Despite having two great goalkeepers like Mendy and Kepa, Chelsea have signed Bettinelli, after a good year at Middlesbrough, for the goal.
Facundo Roncaglia, Manu García and Dani Pacheco (Aris Limassol)
Three players with a past in Spain, the last two with a long career, have moved to Cyprus, specifically to Aris Limassol.
Kenan Kodro (MOL Fehérvár)
The former Athletic Club player has resigned with the Basque club to move to Hungary, to MOL Fehérvár, where he hopes to relaunch his career.
Pablo Hernández (Castellón)
The Leeds United idol swapped the Premier League for the Primera RFEF. A leap of two categories to return home.
Alexander Sorloth (Real Sociedad)
Surprising more than for the level of the team he is joining, a Real Sociedad in Europe, for the projection he had to go to a bigger club despite a bad year in Germany.
Florin Andone (Cádiz)
It seemed that after his departure from Deportivo de la Coruña he was going to move on. Unbeknownst to anyone, he has finally joined Cádiz.
Darío Benedetto (Elche)
The former Olympique Marseille player had an offer from Betis, but finally decided to join Elche, who will fight for salvation.
Daniel Carriço (Almeria)
The eternal Sevilla player signs for Almeria, who hope to be promoted to LaLiga.
Pape Diop (Ibiza)
A regular in Eibar's first division line-up, the midfielder is the linchinp of Ibiza in the silver division.
Borja Valero (Centro Storico Lewobski)
The most bizarre case of the market. Borja Valero announced his retirement and, weeks later, he signed for this club in the Italian sixth division.
Stéphane M'Bia (Fuenlabrada)
Double Europa League winner with Sevilla, returns to Spain with Fuenlabrada.
Luuk de Jong (Barcelona)
At the eleventh hour, Barcelona made official the arrival of Luuk de Jong, a surprising addition in the face of Griezmann's departure.
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