A number of players signed new contracts and joined new teams yesterday, making it a busy day in the transfer market.
The following are the 7 transfers that were closed on Tuesday, 16th June, 2022 .
Barcelona’s newest player, Pablo Torre, has been unveiled
Racing Santander’s talented midfielder Pablo Torre has been confirmed as a Barcelona signing.
After agreeing to a four-year contract with Barcelona, the Spaniard signed a buyout clause in his contract worth 100 million euros.
Boro signed goalkeeper Trafford on a short-term deal.
James Trafford has joined Bolton Wanderers on a season-long loan from Manchester City
Teenager spent last season on loan at League One club, making 22 appearances and keeping seven clean sheets in the process.
Barcelona’s Dani Alves is on his way out
Barcelona decided not to extend the contract of Dani Alves, so he left the club. As of the end of this month, his current contract is set to expire.
But the 39-year-old has asked for a new one that would last through at least December. Dani Alves to leave Barcelona for the Second Time
The right-back Daley-Campbell has joined Cardiff City
It has been confirmed that Cardiff City have signed right back Vontae Daley-Campbell for an undisclosed fee.
A free agent after his Leicester City contract expired, he will sign a three-year deal with the Bluebirds.
Stoke City have signed Flint from Cardiff City
Aden Flint said he was “delighted” to have signed a one-year deal with Stoke City from Cardiff City.
In his time with the Championship club, he made 92 appearances and scored 12 goals. He joins the Potters from the Bluebirds, where he spent the 2019 season.
The 32-year-old has also played for Swindon, Middlesbrough, and Bristol City in his career.
Tavares has signed a six-year contract with Hibernian
Portuguese winger Jair Tavares has joined Hibernian from Benfica on a contract until the summer of 2026.
For an undisclosed fee, the 21-year-old left winger has signed a long-term contract that expires in the summer of 2026.
Boateng Signs For Mansfield
Mansfield Town, who finished second in the League Two play-offs, have signed Hiram Boateng.
After three seasons with MK Dons, the midfielder has signed a three-year contract with the club.