Goal.com’s transfer roundup today takes a peek at T-Team, PKNS, Negeri, and Perlis.
|WHAT THE PAPERS ARE SAYING
Sinar Harian reported that T-Team revealed in a press conference that they are looking to test several foreign players in the coming week. The players are reportedly from Portugal, Brazil, Nigeria, Cameroon and include former Croatian World Cup team member and Selangor former player Bosko Balaban.
Another Sinar Harian report revealed that PKNS FC have no intentions to replace their import players. Assistant Manager Mahfizul Rusydin Abdul Rashid said in an interview that they are satisfied with both their imports Helmi Loussaief and Patrick Wleh. He also added that apart from the capture of prodigy Nazmi Faiz, PKNS FC also have no plans to add to or drop their local players.
The Negeri Sembilan Twitter fan page N9FUTBOL confirmed that the Trinidadian player tested last night in a friendly match against Johor FA was Anthony Wolfe who played for his country in the 2006 World Cup. He is now in the running to replace De Porras after putting in a convincing performance and scoring one goal for the Deers in last night’s 3 – 3 draw, and is also staying for another friendly this Sunday. Also tested last night was a Serbian striker by the name of Nemanja Vucic.
|CONFIRMED DEALS / INS AND OUTS
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It was reported in Harian Metro that Perlis are parting ways with both of their imports; Dennis Antwi and Emmanuel Ayaah. The African pair, who was on loan from Kelantan, will be sent home due to poor performance and Perlis will be testing a number of foreign imports. Manager Shahruddin Ismail was also quoted as saying that they will be dropping at least two local players from the squad to bring in replacements to improve the Northern Lions’ fortunes.