Andreas Rettig and Dawda Bah
international Dawda Bah has joined Bundesliga newboys Augsburg.
The forward has signed a two-year deal with the team making its debut in Germany's top flight.
The 27-year-old leaves HJK Helsinki, the Finnish club he joined in 2007.
"(We've signed) a player who can play anywhere up front so we're happy," said Augsburg official Andreas Rettig.
Augsburg are still without a win after four games in the Bundesliga.
Bah scored 19 goals in 101 games for HJK Helsinki and is a member of Gambia national football team.
Godfrey Chibanga (1), Chanda Mwaba (3),
Chileshe Chibwe (5), Chris Musonda (6)
Seven Zambian players involved in a match-fixing scandal in Finland have been handed suspended jail terms.
The court handed suspended sentences ranging from six months to 20 months to the seven Zambian players connected with the scandal on Tuesday.
The Singaporean man at the heart of the investigation, Wilson Raj Perumal, was sentenced to two years in prison.
The court ruled that Perumal netted $210,000 for fixing results in Finnish league matches since 2008.
The Zambian players Godfrey Chibanga, Chileshe Chibwe, Francis Kombe, Stephen Kunda, Christopher Musonda, Chanda Mwaba and Nchimunya Mweetwa, who play for Rovaniemi Palloseura (RoPs), were sentenced along with their two Georgian team-mates.