Transfer News: ATM keen on South Korean defenders

The Gladiators set their sights on South Korea's former U-23 players, while Terengganu look set to secure Javier Estupinan

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Sinar reported that Perak are looking at two Croatian players from FC Zadar; striker Marin Con, and forward Damir Vidovic. But since The Bos Gaurus have only one more foreign signing slot, only of the two could be signed by them.
Perak are also keen on signing Kelantan local players, midfielder Famirul Ashraf Sayuti and defender Muhammad Aizat Jaini, although the PAFA honorary secretary told Sinar that it is still in the discussions phase.
Another name mentioned in the report is former Malaysian head coach Karl Heinz Weigang, who is reportedly in talks with PAFA to assume the technical director position


After securing the services of Moustapha Dabo, Terengganu are also finaling the discussion to bring Colombian, Javier Estupinan to Terengganu. Estupinan is currently signed with Parrillas One of the Honduran national league.


Harian Metro news reported that the Kuala Terengganu club side are looking to find a temporary foreign signing replacement for their Brazilian centreback Fabio Flor, who are out for the remainder of the season, following a serious injury suffered in their last match, a 1-1 draw against LionsXII. The report adds that among the foreign players looking to undergo a trial for the Titans is former Ankaraspor striker, 27 year old Christian Pouga.


ATM are looking at two South Korean veteran defenders; Park Yong-Ho and Lee Jung-Youl to replace their injured Malaysia national team defenders; Amirizwan Taj and K. Reuben, according to Sinar. The two South Koreans had previously featured for their national Under 23 squad.