FC Twente confirm arrival Slagveer, TOURIST information office rent Arsenal-talent Nwakali

FC Twente confirm arrival Slagveer, TOURIST information office rent Arsenal-talent Nwakali

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FC Twente last Thursday, the transfer of Luciano Slagveer completed. The 23-year-old attacker is on a rental basis from the Belgian KSC Lokeren, where he will start this summer, a multi-year contract signed. VVV-Venlo fortified themselves on Deadline Day with a player of Arsenal.

Slagveer has played the last few years, for sc Heerenveen, where he was in 2013 made his debut. The attacker swapped Friesland earlier this summer for Lokeren, but will now be back in the Premier league.

“The first months in Belgium, are not become what I had expected,” explains Slagveer on the site of FC Twente. “After the trainerswissel I would have less chance to play and I hope I am here at FC Twente to realize. I want to be myself here and prove to perform with the national team.”

Slagveer got at Lokeren in the first three league games of the season even though playing time as a substitute. The former jeugdinternational of Orange has a total of 117 Eredivisieduels behind his name.

For FC Twente, that the first three matches played this season lost, it is Slagveer is already the eleventh acquisition this summer. The Tukkers made Tuesday on the arrival of defender Thomas Lam known.


VVV-Venlo strengthened himself on the final day of the transfer market with Kelechi Nwakali. The Nigerian midfielder, who in 2015 at the world cup under-17 was named best player of the tournament, is hired by Arsenal.

Nwakali was last season by Arsenal all on loan to MVV Maastricht. Manager Stan Valckx of TOURIST is very happy with the arrival of the 19-year-old talent.

“Nwakali was already on our list, but it was best to wait until all the paperwork around would come. Ultimately, it is nice that everything still could be finished on the Deadline Day.”

See also:
Overview: All zomertransfers in the Premier league

PEC Zwolle

PEC Zwolle takes on Nicolas Freire for two seasons on a rental basis from the Uruguayan Torque. Technical director Gerard Nijkamp of the Zwolle club sees in him an immediate reinforcement.

“Nicolas was, through contacts of trainer John van ‘t schip with the City Football Group, has long been on our wish list, and I am very content that it succeeded to him to the selection to add,” says Nijkamp on the site of PEC.

“With him we get a robust, linksbenige defender of the inboard, that is especially central, but also as full from the feet can. Despite his relatively young age he has already 54 matches in the legs, and he was the past period to be the captain of his club.”

See also:
Overview: The major transfers on Deadline Day

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