June 22 transfer info

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Another beautiful day of the summer transfer window yesterday, with transfers recorded in the various divisions, in particular in Ligue 1 with the arrival of Anthony Briançon, from Nîmes and new player from Saint-Etienne or even the signing of Johann Lepenant at OL from Caen. Check out all the moves below.

The summary of the transfers of the day before. A click on the player to see his profile, a click on the club to see the club’s transfer news.

Official transfers

Sofiane El Rhayti: Epinal Free/Foreign
Kevin Fortuné: Chateauroux in Orleans
Jérôme Idir: Epinal at Libre/Foreign
Gregory Berthier: Chambly to Orleans
Maël Sedagondji: Raon L Etape in Creteil
Maël Sedagondji: Raon L Etape in Creteil
Guillaume Beghin: Boulogne to Saint Brieuc
Laye Diayté: Turns to Rouen
Joel Saki: Paris 13 Atletico in Chambly
Souleymane Cisse: Lens to Clermont
Diadie Diarra: Goal FC at Lyon La Duchere
Fanch Conanec: St Colomban Locminé to Montagnarde
Johann Obiang: Run Free/Foreign
Emmanuel NTim: Valenciennes in Caen
Johanne Akassou: Chambly to Orleans
Jimmy Briand: Bordeaux à Libre/Foreign
Anthony Briancon: Nimes to Saint-Etienne
Giovani Versini: Marseille to Clermont
Johann Lepenant: Caen to Lyon
Samuel Guibert: Bastia-Borgo in Cholet
Balthazar Pierret: Boulogne to Quevilly Rouen
Dylan Brunetton: Le Puy to Andrezieux
Quentin Galvez-Diarra: Sochaux to Pau
Arnaud Rollin: Montceau to Gueugnon
Hugo Garcia: Villefranche to Balma
Mael Durand: Versailles in Nimes

Transfer market rumors

Transfer table

Find the complete summary of the various transfers of the French championships

Ligue 1 transfers | Ligue 2 transfers | National Transfers | National Transfers 2 | National Transfers 3

to summarize

While the summer transfer window officially opened on June 10, it is already time to discover the official transfers made yesterday. Several movements took place, in particular in L1, L2 or even N1, N2 and N3.

Victor Willems

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