Ghanaian midfielder Mohammed-Awal Issah has completed his loan move to Greek Super League side Veria FC.
The combative midfielder wants a way after going down the pecking order behind by Ole Selnæs, Mikkel Diskerud and Jonas Svensson in midfield.
"Today, we finalized the release of Issah from Rosenborg to Veria. He is a good player who could not find their place in Norway," his agent Pascalis Tountouris announced on his Twitter page.
Issah's loan will run out in the summer of 2014.
"We hope Issah success in his new club, and we get the opportunity to sell him during the loan period," Rosenborg's Sporting Director Erik Hoftun told the club website.
Kim Ojo and Kara Mbodji
Nigeria forward Kim Ojo and Senegal defender Kara Mbodji have signed a three-and-a-half year deal at former Belgian champions, K.R.C. Genk.
Ojo, who has been Brann's most prolific goal-scorer for the past two seasons will have to contend for a place in Genk's attack with club captain and top scorer, Jelle Vossen.
According to Bran's website, the deal was finalised on Monday and Ojo, who had one year left on his contract with Brann, was presented by his new club Genk on a press conference, on Tuesday.
Brann's head coach, Rune Skarsfjord, applauded the contributions of Ojo to the club.
Mounir El Hamdaoui (R)
Morocco forward Mounir El Hamdaoui broke his duck in the Italian top-flight in stunning fashion to cap Fiorentina's 3:1 win at struggling AC Milan on Sunday.
The former Ajax star, 28, came on in the 56th minute and netted three minutes from time after controlling on the edge of the box and lobbing the Milan goalkeeper into the top corner.
Milan's injury-ravaged defence meant Guinea midfielder Kevin Constant started as a full-back, while former Ghana star Kevin-Prince Boateng kept his place in the Rossoneri midfield.
Alberto Aquilani came back to haunt his former club when he gave the visitors the lead in the 10th minute. Spaniard Borja Valero then increased the tally in the 38th minute after Brazil star Alexandre Pato missed a chance to pull Milan level from the spot three minutes earlier.
Molde striker Daniel Chima Chukwu has said victory over title rivals Rosenborg was a big boost to his team’s Norwegian league title quest.
At the weekend, Molde defeated closest rivals Rosenborg 2-0 and now lead with 55 points with three games to go. Rosenborg are second on 52 points.
The dreadlock-wearing striker, who was on for the entire duration of the game, told MTNFootball.com the win has given Molde a big boost towards retaining their league crown.
"I feel so great with the victory over Rosenborg as we have now returned to the top of the table. it wasn't an easy game at all as expected because they have the same ambition as us, so they came very prepared and it was really a do or die game and the fittest survived,” said Chima.