Bratu goes to Litex in search of his top form
- With a season destroyed by a nasty injury and a couple of failed attempts to return into the first team, Florin Bratu has agreed to move to Bulgaria, in order to get back to full fitness and his best level of performance. Bratu is currently undergoing the medical tests with Litex Lovech, who has offered Dinamo aroun 300.000 Euros for a six months loan and is expected to sign the deal in the next few days.
- FC Vaslui’s top player and highest earner, Wesley Lopes da Silva, left Romania yesterday and stated that he’d love to switch clubs this summer, launching an attack on the club owner, Adrian Porumboiu. Wesley will go to Spain, where his agent has identified a few interested clubs, but it all depends now on Porumboiu’s decision, who won’t accept anything below 2 million Euros, but is also wealthy enough to say no even to such offers. That’s why, by taking such a stand, the Brazilian forward just made his life more complicated than it is…
- FC Timisoara’s first signing after the arrival of Maurizio Trombetta (who was on the verge of landing a deal with Litex Lovech!) is Iulian Tames, an experienced playmaker, FC Arges. A strange move, apparently, as we’re talking about a 31 years old coming from a second division club, but Timisoara really missed a player of his profile last season, while Tames (who also played for Dinamo, in the past) still has quality, but will probably need to readjust to playing in the top flight and for a place in the top three.
- As there are a lot of rumors on the forums regarding Bucurica‘s supposed transfer to FC Koln, apparently the guy who recommended the left back is Unirea’s coach Blaz Sliskovic, who talked directly to Koln’s trainer, Zvonimir Soldo. Sliskovic took over during the second half of season, but couldn’t avoid relegation.