Enoch Kofi Adu
Enock Adu signed a three-and-a-half year contract at Club Brugge on Friday.
The Ghanaian defensive midfielder had a succesfull spell at Danish champions F.C. Nordsjælland.
"Adu will definitely add great value to the current squad. Nevertheless he's still young he has already won a cup and the title in Denmark," Arnar Grtarsson said.
"He is a superb, down-to-earth player with a great game mentality: he has an absolute desire to win every game. He fits perfectly in Club's philosophy."
Pape Paté Diouf
Dzemal Hadziabdic, the Al Dhafra coach, has said that he scouted the club's latest foreign signing on YouTube.
Pape Pate Diouf, the Senegalese forward, has joined Abu Dhabi club on a one-year deal from Danish side Copenhagen for an undisclosed sum.
"I did some research on the player," Hadziabdich, the Bosnian manager, said. "He has a good record where he has been playing. I watched some of his action on YouTube and I was pretty satisfied.
"He is the type of player we need to complement with the two foreigners we have. We want someone who can play on both, the left and right flanks and link up with Makhete [Diop] in the attack. For me, he fits in to the team as a useful player."
Danish football side FC Copenhagen have allowed Senegalese forward Dame N'Doye to join Lokomotiv Moscow, the president of the Russian club said Wednesday.
N'Doye, 27, helped Copenhagen to three titles and two cups in three years, becoming the club's all-time leading goalscorer along the way with 82 goals in 152 appearances.
He has 12 caps and has four goals for Senegal.
"We have not yet signed (a contract), we have just agreed with the club," Lokomotiv president Olga Smorodskaya said.
"The newcomer is yet to undergo medical examination and sign a personal contract," she said.
Guinean rising star Mohamed Diarra has completed a four-year deal with Danish side Odense from French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint Germain, where the 19-year-old defensive midfielder has been horning his skills for the past years.
Diarra said he agreed to move from the French capital club after realising he would not be given adequate opportunity to make it to the first eleven.
“The new politics of PSG does not favour the young players of the club, and I was also near the end of my contract and Odense has been courting me for long. The sporting project of the club is very attractive,” Diarra said.
Danish club Randers FC have terminated the contract of former Kenyan Premier League Player of the Year George ‘Blackberry’ Odhiambo.
Odhiambo’s dream of forging a career in Europe have been shattered 15 months into a four and a half year deal he had signed January. Randers released a short statement on their website saying they had cancelled his contract with immediate effect bringing to an end an unproductive stint for the player who was rated among the best of his generation following stellar performances for former side Gor Mahia.
Odhiambo has been linked with a swift return to Gor with reports surfacing a fortnight ago that the side he led to KPL runners-up in 2010 when he bagged the Player of the Year Award, were interested in his services.