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8 July 2021

Gilmour, Macias, Perraud… The Maurice Revello Tournament graduates animate the transfer market

The transfer window started just one month ago, and many transfers have already taken place. Among these movements, several players who have passed through the Maurice Revello Tournament are concerned.

While international football is in full swing, between the end of the Euro and the Copa America, and the beginning of the Gold Cup and the Olympic Games, clubs are busy behind the scenes to prepare for the upcoming season. Despite the uncertain financial situation for many clubs, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the transfer market remains lively and should even accelerate after the national team competitions.

After a month of mercato, several players who passed through the Maurice Revello Tournament have changed clubs. Among them, some will even discover a new continent. This will be the case for Mexico's José Macias (Tournament 2018), Portugal's Marcos Paulo (2019), Chile's Tomas Alarcon (2019) and Japan's Hiroki Ito (2017).


Others will also take the plunge and try their first adventure abroad. This will be the case for Frenchmen Romain Perraud (2017 and 2018) and Bryan Lasme (2018), who are joining the Premier League and the Bundesliga respectively.


Some of them are going out on loan to gain experience. Two recent participants who shone at the tournament will be closely watched: Billy Gilmour (2018), on loan from Chelsea to Norwich, and Trincao (2018), on loan from Barcelona to Wolverhampton.

 

Finally, some of them, who have been out of contract or free for a few weeks, have found a club again, such as Gabriel Mercado (2006) and Daniel Congré (2005).

Summary:

Rui Silva : from Granada (ESP) to Betis (ESP)

Marcos Paulo : from Fluminense (BRA) to Atletico Madrid (ESP)

José Macias : from Chivas Guadalajara (MEX) to Getafe (ESP)

Tomas Alarcon : from O’Higgins (CHI) to Cadiz (ESP)

Billy Gilmour : from Chelsea (ENG) to Norwich City (ENG)

Romain Perraud : from Brest (FRA) to Southampton (ENG)

Trincao : from Barcelona (ESP) to Wolverhampton (ENG)

Rafael Santos Borré : from River Plate (ARG) to Eintracht Frankfurt (GER)

Hiroki Ito : from Jubilo Iwata (JPN) to VfB Stuttgart (GER)

Kevin-Prince Boateng : from Monza (ITA) to Hertha Berlin (GER)

Bryan Lasme : from Sochaux (FRA) to Arminia Bielefeld (GER)

Takuma Asano : from Partizan (SRB) to VfL Bochum (GER)

Tiago Dantas : from Benfica (POR) to Tondela (POR)

Ludovic Butelle : from Angers SCO (FRA) to Red Star (FRA)

Gabriel Mercado : from Al-Rayyan (QAT) to SC Internacional (BRA)

Daniel Congré : from Montpellier (FRA) to Dijon (FRA)

Nicolas Penneteau : from Charleroi (BEL) to Reims (FRA)

Joel Pereira : from Manchester United (ENG) to RKC Waalwijk (NED)

Ulises Davila : from Wellington (AUS) to Macarthur FC (AUS)

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