Boavista marked Portugal’s transfer market with over 7.5 million euros in cash on Thursday after the Frenchman in Bordeaux triggered the purchase clause of striker Albert Ellis.
Bordeaux: The French club have exercised an option-to-buy clause on Honduras international Albert Ellis, who is on loan at Boavista in the summer of 2021 for around 7.5 million euros. Played 26 games in the 2021/22 season and failed to avoid relegation. “Gironde” level, and finally relegated to the Ligue 1. Boavista’s top scorer in 2020/21, with eight goals in 32 appearances, Albert Ellis considers himself one of Bordeaux’s most valuable players and his priority is heat Lal Lopez, who is also the majority shareholder of SAD dos Chess.
Liverpool: Belgium international striker Divock Origi and German goalkeeper Loris Karius are set to leave the club. Origi, 27, joined Liverpool from Lille in France in the 2015/16 season and has been linked with the club’s history by scoring two goals in a 4-0 semi-final second-leg rout of Barcelona. -Finals – The 2018/19 Champions League final turned them around and their contracts expire at the end of the month. The same goes for the 28-year-old German goalkeeper, who spent six seasons at the club at Anfield after loan spells at Turkey’s Besiktas and Germany’s Union Berlin in their 2018 Champions League final against Real Madrid.
key: Coach Victor Campelos will continue to coach the recently promoted Chavez, who has signed a one-season extension until June 2023. “Victor Campelos, 47, will continue to lead the Trás-os-Montes team back to the highest level of football in Portuguese. For the coach and his coaching staff, we want the best individual and Career Happiness”, read the note posted on the club’s official website. The coach from Guimaraes, who was promoted to the league for the first time in his course, was at the helm of the Trás-os-Montes side, which guaranteed him a return to the top flight after three seasons.
Mafra: Former Arouca midfielder Pitt has signed a two-season contract with Portugal 2 until June 2024. The 27-year-old has also played for Bellamar, Porto B and Tondela.
sp. Covilla: Captain Gilberto, defender Thiago Moreira and goalkeeper Bruno Bolas have renewed their contracts with Theranos. In a statement, the club said: “We inform you that Thiago Moreira, Gilberto Silva and Bruno Bolas have renewed their contracts and will continue to be ‘the lions in the chest’ next season. ” Gilberto Silva, 35, the most used player in SP history. Covilhã, will line up in The Lions in the Mountains in season 11. Right-back Tiago Moreira, 34, spent four consecutive seasons at his club between 2014 and 2016 before moving to Madeira Union and Lesothos. Bruno Bolas, a 25-year-old goalkeeper from Susser, will be spending his fifth season at Atlético Covilhã, where he came off the bench and played five games last season.
Torrance: Striker Midana Sambu has renewed his contract and will represent the Oster City team logo for the second consecutive season. In his debut season, the 23-year-old striker scored twice in 16 games and was a key player in the closing stages of the season. The footballer started all competitions in the ascent stage, as well as in the final of La Liga 3, where Torrens eventually won the title. “Midana Sambú arrives at the club in early 2021/2022 and has been instrumental in Torrance’s sporting success”, read the press release.
Spanish: Goalkeeper Diego Lopez, 40, is leaving the club after six seasons at Barca. The player will end his contract at the end of this month and will not be in Espanyol’s account next season. “As captain of the first team, Diego Lopez has been one of the pillars of the dressing room in all these seasons and a model of professionalism for his team-mates and young people who aspire to have a career as productive as his”, in Social media wrote about the club.
FC Ryukyu: Former Porto player and Brazilian striker Kelvin will represent the Japanese club in the J2 league. “FC Ryukyu is pleased to inform you that footballer Kelvin has joined our emblem. Further news that part of the player’s contract will be paid in cryptocurrency”, can be read on the website of the Japanese club, which is currently last classified as J2. League, 20 rounds plus 15 points, 22 teams won the championship.