Hamrun Spartans on the verge of completing Matthew Guillaumier transfer

Hamrun Spartans are on the verge of completing the transfer of twenty two year old Malta international midfielder Matthew Guillaumier from Birkirkara. Guillaumier would join the Spartans for a record transfer fee as the player has signed a new four year deal in January 2016.

Matthew Guillaumier, who is a product of St. Andrews and after making his senior team debut at the age of 15 in the First Division, he had a spell with Italian side Empoli in the latter part of 2013 before returning to Malta to play on a more regular basis with St. Andrews before the turning out for the Malta Under-17 national team in the UEFA Under-17 Championship finals in May 2014. He moved to Birkirkara in January 2016.

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This summer, Hamrun Spartans signed Malta international players Juan Corbolan and Joseph Mbong from Gzira United and Hibernians respectively, Ige Abdullahi Adeshina from Sirens, Marcelo Barbosa, Predrag Djordjevic, Emerson Marcelina and Elkin Serrano Valero from Nadur Youngsters, Jonathan Debono from Gudja, Arthur Oyama from Sliema, Imanol Iriberri from Hibernians together with Serbian defender Darko Gojkovic, Macedonian defender Nehar Sadiki, Nigerian striker Franklin Sasere and Italo-Argentine attacking midfielder Blas Cittadini and goalkeeper Pablo Sanchez.

The Spartans are also reportedly interested in re-signing Triston Caruana who had joined Valletta from Hamrun last December.