Transfer round-up: Melaka secures 8 players and Felda swaps 3 imports

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As the mid-season transfer window closed it shutters on Sunday, more teams have made amendments to their teams, Goal round-up all the change involving three Super League sides and one Premier League side.

Melaka United

The Mousedeers have added five local players to their ranks as well as ditching two more foreign players. Ilija Spasojevic and Sergio Aguero bids goodbye to the team as three Johor Darul Ta'zim II players are roped in to help them in the second part of the 2017 season.

Players in: Nur Hakim Isa (Perak FA), S. .Sivanesan (PKNS FC), Nicholas Swirad (JDT II), Fandi Othman (JDT II), Azinee Taib (JDT II), Jasmin Mecinović (Pellister FC), Felipe Almeida De Souza (Oeste FC), Marko Simic (Negeri Sembilan FA)

PKNS FC

E. Elavarasan has decided to call time on Gonzalo Soto and Lucas Espindola to add to the earlier announcement of releasing Matias Hadwa. It's like for like replacement in terms of positioning for the Red Ants as the experienced coach looked for an improved option in terms of quality.

Players in: Abdou Jammeh (RoPS), Park Kwang-Il (Ehime), Fabio Ferreira (Central Coast Mariners)

Felda United

The Fighters also released three imports, with Zah Rahan Krangar remaining as the only one from the four that started the 2017 campaign. B. Sathianathan moved to add two strikers and a defender to give them more firepower up front after players failing to impress the coach since he took over from Azmi Mohamed.

Players in: Thiago Augusto (Manama Club), Ifedayo Olusegun (Al-Hidd SCC), Dino Djulbic (Perth Glory)

PKNP FC

Abu Bakar Fadzim's side are reinforced by the loan signing of two local players from Perak. Both have gained plenty of minutes with the Bos Gaurus prior to this move and their experience of playing in the higher division should help PKNP in their quest to gain promotion from the Premier League.

Players in: Hafiz Ramdan (Perak), Raffi Nagoorgani (Perak)

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