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S.League Transfer Round-Up: American youngster spotted at Warriors, Tampines focus on AFC Cup

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Brunei DPMM

The Wasps have reportedly filled up their final import slot after recruiting Francois Marque.

The 33-year-old defender will replace Brian McLean in defence and he will have only two weeks to train with the team before the league starts.

More news is expected to filter out of Brunei as the season nears its kick-off date.

In: Billy Mehmet (Tampines Rovers), Francois Marque (Le Mont)

Out: Paulo Sergio (Released), Azman Ilham Noor (Released)

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Geylang International

Geylang have officially announced their squad for the 2017 season and they have nothing much to shout about in terms of transfer signings.

The club only made two signings to fill its foreign quota and hasn't brought in any local players due to budget constraints.

Victor Coto, who hails from Costa Rica, and Argentine Ricardo Sentra will be the newest and only signings the Eagles will make.

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The 2017 Geylang first team. Photo: Geylang International

In: Victor Coto (Zeyar Shew Myay), Ricardo Sentra (Free), Nur Amin (Geylang Prime League), Darren Teh (Geylang Prime League), Fahrish Khan (Geylang Prime League), Umar Akhbar (Geylang Prime League),

Out: Mark Hartmann (Sarawak), Carlos Delgado (Released), Daniel Bennett (Tampines Rovers), Sahil Suhaimi (Tampines Rovers), Shariff Samat (Released), Indra Sahdan (Released),

Retained: Syazwan Buhari, Isa Halim, Anders Aplin, Faritz Hameed, Yuki Ichikawa, Al Qaasimy, Nor Azli, Gabriel Quak, Safirul Sulaiman, Stanely Ng, Taufik Ghani, Amy Recha, Shahfiq Ghani, Shawal Anuar