Transfer: Miyaichi joins St. Pauli, Tianjin make €10m offer for Sun Ke

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Ryo Miyaichi of FC Twente during the Dutch Eredivisie match between FC Twente and PSV Eindhoven at the Grolsch Veste on April 04, 2015 in Enschede, The Netherlands(Photo by VI Images via Getty Images)
Ryo Miyaichi

FCA rounds up all the latest transfer rumors and gossip in Asia football.

JAPAN

Ryo Miyaichi joins 2. Bundesliga’s St. Pauli
Arsenal winger Ryo Miyaichi has completed his transfer to St. Pauli from 2. Bundesliga with a 3-year deal. He turned down the interest from Leeds and decided to play in Germany.

AUSTRALIA

Chris Herd is close to Aston Villa depart
The Socceroo defender Chris Herd is leaving the Birmingham based club despite being given a chance to be a part of their pre-season. Two A-League clubs are willing to enter the race for the 26-year-old defender.

Mark Milligan marches to UAE club
The defensive midfielder is said to be flying to the Middle East to complete a deal with Baniyas. The Abu-Dhabi based club have been chasing down for the Australian international player for awhile. He is set to complete his medical after the Kyrgyzstan game.

SINGAPORE

A-League Rd 21 - Western Sydney v Melbourne

Safuwan Baharudin

Safuwan Baharudin gets offers from Australia
Singaporean defender Safuwan Baharudin has sparked A-League giants interests once again. His two goals from Singapore’s away win against Cambodia were something special. He was released by Melbourne City earlier this year following his loan contract lapsed and was not renewed.

CHINA

Tianjin Teda target China’s Sun Ke
According to Chinese media, Tianjin Teda are about to sign Chinese international Sun Ke for a fee of €10m. The winger has played over 150 games for Jiangsu Sainty and scored 16 goals.

IRAN

Brighton & Hove Albion to sign Alireza Jahanbakhsh
Iranian striker Alireza Jahanbakhsh is on his way to join B&H as NEC Nijmegen accepted a £1.5m bid from the Seagulls. In 2014, he was voted the second greatest young talent of the 2013–14 Eredivisie season. This excited youngster is going to make something big in the English football.

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