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List of Greek football transfers summer 2009

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List of Greek football transfers summer 2009

This is a list of Greek football transfers for the 2009-10 summer transfer window by club. Only transfers of the Super League Greece 2009-10 clubs are included.

The summer transfer window opened on 1 June 2009, although a few transfers took place prior to that date. The window will close at midnight on 31 August 2009. Players without a club may join one at any time, either during or in between transfer windows.


AEK Athens


Asteras Tripolis





Larissa FC







PAS Giannina

Skoda Xanthi

See also


  1. ^ AEK FC sign Araujo
  2. ^ AEK FC sign Hersi
  3. ^ AEK FC sign Leonardo
  4. ^ AEK FC sign Jahić
  5. ^ AEK FC sign Makos
  6. ^ AEK FC sign Karabelas
  7. ^ AEK FC sign Guerreiro
  8. ^ AEK FC sign Manolas
  9. ^ AEK FC sign Lukac
  10. ^ AEK FC sign Németh
  11. ^ AEK FC sign Iordache
  12. ^ AEK FC sign Bianchi Arce
  13. ^ Anorthosis sign Tofas
  14. ^ Chievo sign Sorrentino
  15. ^ [1]
  16. ^ AEK FC release Fysekis
  17. ^ Schalke sign Pliatsikas
  18. ^ AEK FC release Diouf
  19. ^ AEK FC exchange Hetemaj
  20. ^ "Sport FM transfer article". 
  21. ^
  22. ^ "Cisse joins Panathinaikos". RTÉ Sport. 2009-06-26. Retrieved 2009-08-10. 
  23. ^ [2]
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  27. ^ PAO FC sign Katsouranis
  28. ^ "Nilsson to HBK - but not yet" (in Swedish). 2008-03-04. Retrieved 2008-05-28. 
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