The place to announce any transfers made by FMF-affiliated teams.
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Note: All Senyan clubs are limited to 30 million craites + any profit they make from selling players.Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets (Budget: 10.85 million cr)
James De Meksez - GK (Politzëa - 650,000 cr)
Jan Korau - DF (Osĵätoņ Aztecs - 13.5 million cr)
Josh Elkarbë - FW (Urzi Magalatska - 5 million cr)
Jær Van Kotrisbond - DF (Eĵars Town [CRA] - loan)
Eprat City (Budget: 24 million cr)
Oliver Eaton - DF (Meadowedge Red Star [FLO] - 6 million cr)
Oliver Braithwaite - FW (Youth Academy)
Peter Jenkinson - GK (Youth Academy)
FK Tiga (Budget: 18 million cr)
Ainslee Farrar - FW (Dragonmoor FC [FLO] - 8 million cr)
Mika Førvossen - FW (Hurmu International [LKV] - 9 million cr)
Larry Carson - GK (Ostville Wednesday [FLO] - 5 million cr)
Jogasim Revolution (Budget: 55.5 million cr)
Garë Mendë - MF (Dallin Students' Union - 4.5 million cr)
Barnaby Hands - MF (Urzi Magalatska - 30 million cr)
Jogasim Rovers (Budget: 21.8 million cr)
Aleksarnder Rolöder - DF (Urzi Magalatska - 200,000 cr)
Ronald Vega - FW (Westlake Town [FLO] - 8 million cr)
Moshe Heine - DF (Free agent)
Kateki Blavisen (Budget: 0 cr)
Markœ Minyorletsken - MF (Svorgas Scitenhima - 30 million cr)
King's Lynn Town (Budget: 30 million cr)
Johan Pfeiffer - DF (Youth Academy)
Julius Niederkorn - FW (Youth Academy)
Park Prinsipa (Budget: 29.05 million cr)
Red Zel - MF (Urzi Magalatska - 950,000 cr)
Politzëa (Budget: 29.35 million cr)
Marœtika Lëberdan - FW (Svorgas FC - 1.3 million cr)
James De Meksez - GK (Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets - 650,000 cr)
Spartak Jogasim (Budget: 12.15 million cr)
Goran Vuk - FW (Domĵarlæ Dyas - 9.5 million cr)
Slobodan Vuk - FW (Domĵarlæ Dyas - 9.5 million cr)
Jamie McDonald - FW (Svorgas FC - 300,000 cr)
Erik Norĵ - FW (Domĵarlæ Dyas - 850,000 cr)
Svorgas Scitenhima (Budget: 20 million cr)
Isaac Mahler - MF (Vecchiacittà [TEL] - 40 million cr)
Markœ Minyorletsken - MF (Kateki Blavisen - 30 million cr)
Urzi Magalatska (Budget: 6.15 million cr)
Barnaby Hands - MF (Jogasim Revolution - 30 million cr)
Red Zel - MF (Park Prinsipa - 950,000 cr)
Aleksarnder Rolöder - DF (Jogasim Rovers - 200,000 cr)
Josh Elkarbë - FW (Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets - 5 million cr)
Urzi break the bank to sign Senyan captain Hands
Urzi Magalatska have kicked off the Senyan transfer window in dramatic fashion by signing Senyan captain Barnaby Hands for a Senyan record fee of 30 milliion craites, spending their entire window allocation money in one go. Hands, who has played for Jogasim Revolution since the club's foundation in 2012 and has won 4 league titles at Revolution Road, stated his thanks to the fans at JR for their support over the years, but also stated that he was excited for the challenge of playing for Urzi. JR will have a job replacing one of the world's best players, however their transfer budget is essentially doubled following their transfer, as Senyan clubs are limited to 30 million craites plus whatever they make from transfer sales.
Urzi still need to add depth to their squad, so it is likely that we will see them make some offloads whilst they attempt to add to their squad.
Changes aplenty in Senyan League
Following Barnaby Hands' massive transfer to Urzi Magalatska, the Whites have sold two players in an attempt to bring back some transfer allocation money. Aleksarnder Rolöder has transferred to Jogasim Rovers for a fee of 200,000 craites, whilst midfielder Red Zel has joined Park Prinsipa for a fee of 950,000 craites, which overall brings Urzi's allocation money up to 1,150,000 craites.
Additionally, Spartak Jogasim's Jamie McDonald will be moving to Svorgas FC for 300,000 craites, who in turn are selling Marœtika Lëberdan to Politzëa for a fee of 1.3 million, as they build towards competing in international competition next year for the first time in their history.
Mendë makes JR switch
DSU captain Garë Mendë has joined Jogasim Revolution for a fee of 4.5 million craites. Mendë, who has been capped by Senya in the past, stated that he felt that he wanted to challenge himself in the higher reaches of the Senyan League and decided that the timing is right for joining JR.
Minyorletsken quits Scitenhima and hits out at transfer policy
Senyan international Markœ Minyorletsken has been sold to reigning champions Kateki Blavisen for a fee of 30 million craites after having criticised old club Svorgas Scitenhima's transfer policy. The centre mid claimed that Scitenhima "lacked vision and desire" and "failed to contend with others in the league", as they have started to drift away from Champions League football in recent seasons.
DSĴ bring in De Meksez as club part with retired number
Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets have announced the end of the retiring of their number one shirt for former Senya international Ëker Kasëana to conform with the new Senyan League rules. Goalie Hans Schmitt will be given the number #1 shirt. Schmitt's previous number of 23 will now be taken by new signing James De Meksez, who is likely to become the club's third choice goalkeeper. De Meksez joins from Politzëa, who needed to shed a goalkeeper to pass the new "3 goalies" rule, whilst the Red Jets were in need of one to fill out that quota. The fee is reported to be 650,000 cr.
KLT call up two youth prospects to first team
King's Lynn Town have called up two young U-18 players into their first team squad for the next season. Defender Johan Pfeiffer, aged 17, and Striker Julius Niederkorn, age 16, have been included in KLT's 23 man squad ahead of the upcoming season.
Florian trio find Senyan clubs
Three players from the Florian Republic have joined Senyan League clubs this morning with a combined fee of 22 million craites. Newly promoted Jogasim Rovers picked up Ronald Vega for 8 million from Westlake Town, whilst fellow promoted side Eprat City signed their first ever foreign player in Meadowedge Red Star defender Oliver Eaton for 6 million. To complete the trio, FK Tiga, looking to strengthen their team, signed Dragonmoor's Ainslee Farrar for 8 million. All three players come off the back of an impressive third place finish at the Copa Apollonia with their national side, and will be looking to impress in the Senyan League next season.
Gerenian international joins DSĴ
Gerenian international Jan Korau has joined Senyan side Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets for a fee of 13.5 million craites. Korau, who has expressed frustration recently with his now former team Osĵätoņ Aztecs, has made the move back to the Apollonian mainland. In an interview, he criticised the Aztecs and claimed they were "moving backwards and weren't looking forward", echoing Minyorletsken's rant at Svorgas Scitenhima yesterday. The move adds defensive stability to an already strong back four, though fans will still be keen for the club to make some attacking additions before the window closes.
Elkarbë makes DSĴ switch
Urzi Magalatska's Josh Elkarbë has signed for Dyas Scitenhima Ĵets for a fee of 5 million craites. The striker, who in recent seasons has been out of the first team picture at Urzi, has joined the Dyas club in order to try and break his way back into the first team.
FK Tiga sign Lakkvian prospect to bolster attack
Following the signing of Ainslee Farrar, FK Tiga have bolstered their attack prospects by signing highly-rated Lakkvian youngster Mika Førvossen for 9 million craites. Despite his age, Førvossen has already appeared at multiple world cups for both Hurmu and Lakkvia, and has performed well at club level for Hurmu International, but joins FK Tiga in a search for a "tougher challenge".
Spartak Jogasim bring in Juclandian brothers
Spartak Jogasim have splashed the cash on two experienced international strikers, purchasing the Vuk brothers from second tier Domĵarlæ Dyas for a fee of 9.5 million cr each (19 million cr) in total. In return, Spartak are sending striker Erik Norĵ the other way for a fee of 850,000 cr.
Eprat call up youngsters
Eprat City have called up two 18-year-old youth prospects for their upcoming season. Striker Oliver Braithwaite and Goalkeeper Peter Jenkinson complete Eprat's 23-man squad ahead of the coming season.