Players in

PaulinhoPortimonenseUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Majeed WarisLorientUnknown01 Jul, 2018
EwertonPortimonenseUnknown02 Jul, 2018
Chancel MbembaSchalkeUnknown23 Jul, 2018
FernandoSanta ClaraUnknown03 Jan, 2019
PepeBesiktasUnknown08 Jan, 2019
Wilson JancoPortimonenseUnknown21 Jan, 2019
Total: £0

Players out

MarcanoRomaUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Willy BolyWolves£10,000,00001 Jul, 2018
Hyun Jun-SukReimsUnknown01 Jul, 2018
Andre AndreV GuimaraesUnknown04 Jul, 2018
Miguel LayunVillarrealUnknown11 Jul, 2018
Goncalo PacienciaE FrankfurtUnknown12 Jul, 2018
Joao TeixeiraV GuimaraesUnknown26 Jul, 2018
PaulinhoPortimonenseUnknown22 Aug, 2018
Diego ReyesFenerbahceUnknown25 Aug, 2018
Total: £10,000,000

Players loaned in

JorgeMonaco30 Aug, 2018
Mamadou Loum NdiayeBraga31 Jan, 2019

Players loaned out

Raul GudinoGuadalajara01 Jul, 2018
Ricardo NunesChaves10 Aug, 2018
Jose SaOlympiakos31 Aug, 2018
Chidozie AwaziemRizespor21 Jan, 2019
Jorge FernandesTondela01 Aug, 2018
GalenoRio Ave11 Jul, 2018
Majeed WarisNantes07 Aug, 2018
Alberto BuenoBoavista26 Jan, 2019
EwertonPortimonense23 Jul, 2018

Players released

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Match in Focus


Tunisia v Nigeria

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • The last five meetings have ended all square.
Expert verdict
Tunisia have won only one of their six matches in 90 minutes at this year’s Africa Cup of Nations and their stubborn qualities may frustrate Nigeria in the battle for third place. The Eagles of Carthage dumped out Ghana on penalties in the last 16 and took Senegal to extra-time in the semi-finals.