S.League 2018 Transfer Round-Up: Who's in and Who's out?

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Tampines Rovers

The Stags are the only side to have already tasted competitive action this season as they went down 3-1 to Indonesian side Bali United in a AFC Champions league qualifier.

Juergen Raab’s side had been forced to do their business early due to regional commitments and on paper at least, the business seems to have been done well.

The foreigners’ slot had been filled by Canadian winger Jordan Webb and the club has also managed to keep a hold of Japanese attacker Ryutaro Megumi, who impressed for the Stags last season.

A host of players have been also promoted from their Prime League side while Geylang International goalkeeper Syazwan Buhari is the club’s choice to replace Singapore international Izwan Mahbud who has left for the Thai League 2.

In: Jordan Webb (Warriors), Hanafi Akbar (Balestier), Yasir Hanapi (PDRM FA), Safirul Sulaiman, Syazwan Buhari (Geylang), Taufik Suparno, Amirul Adli (Young Lions),  Shah Shahiran, Irfan Najeeb (NFA U18), Hariz Farid, Rafiq Tajudin,  Danish Uwais , Haikal Hasnol, Faizal Raffi, Zulfadhmi Suzliman, Ryhan Stewart (Prime League), Afiq Yunos (Home United)

Out: Jufri Taha (Geylang), Shahdan Sulaiman (Melaka United, Loan), Hafiz Sujad (JDT II), Shakir Hamzah, Fazli Ayob (Home United), Izwan Mahbud (Nongbua Pitchaya), Madhu Mohana (Negeri Sembilan), Ismadi Mukhtar (Warriors)

Retained: Daniel Bennett, Mustafic Fahrudin, Khairul Amri, Fazrul Nawaz, Ryutaro Megumi, Shannon Stephen, Irwan Shah

Tampines will by buoyed by the signing of Jordan Webb. Photo: Weixiang Lim/FFT