Transfer round-up: Miller to Bursaspor
Into the third week of the European domestic transfer window, UEFA.com will keep you posted with stories on all the major signings involving clubs in the UEFAChampions League and UEFA Europa League, while keeping track of other significant moves in this regularly updated transfer round-up.
Bulgarian side PSFC Chernomorets Burgas have taken ACF Fiorentinastriker Savio Nsereko on loan until the end of the season. The 21-year-old helped Germany win the 2008 UEFA European Under-19 Championship and this is his third loan spell since joining the Violafrom West Ham United FC in summer 2009. Savio, whose new club are fourth in Bulgaria and recently replaced coach Krasimir Balakov with Anton Velkov, said: "My aim here is to achieve the club's targets.Sometimes players must do something different to reach their goals."
Scotland striker Kenny Miller has completed his move from Rangers FC to Turkish champions Bursaspor on a two-and-a-half yearcontract for a reported €470,000. Miller, 31, joins the club against whom he scored in Rangers' 1-1 UEFA Champions League draw in Bursa last month. He totalled 57 goals in 111 top-flight appearances –including a league-leading 21 this term – for the Glasgow side, winning two Scottish titles. "Bursaspor playing in the Champions League again is the target and I will do my best to win the league and getto the Champions League again," said Miller, whose new team are five points behind Turkish leaders Trabzonspor.
Norwegian striker John Carew has joined Stoke City FC on loan for the remainder of theseason in the wake of Aston Villa FC signing Darren Bent from Sunderland AFC. The 31-year-old Carew is out of contract at the end of the season, and is set to replace Ricardo Fuller, himself earmarkedto fill Bent's boots at Sunderland. Stoke manager Tony Pulis said: "This is a fantastic signing. John's record speaks for itself because he has scored goals at the highest level throughout his...
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