List of French Football Transfers 2008 - Valenciennes

Valenciennes

In:

No. Position Player
GK Jean-Louis Leca (from SC Bastia)
MF Gael Danic (from Rennes)
FW Filip Sebo (from Rangers) £1m

Out:

No. Position Player
MF Abdeslam Ouaddou (to AS Nancy)
FW Steve Savidan (to SM Caen)
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