Kyrian Nwoko comes out of retirement, Karl Micallef moves to Gudja and Satariano joins Balzan

The final day of transfers saw a number of players moving to other clubs with Kyrian Nwoko, Karl Micallef and Alexander Satariano stealing the limelight.

Former St. Andrews and Valletta forward Kyrian Nwoko, who had decided to quit football in March, following a spell with St. Patrick Athletic in Ireland, joined Floriana.

Malta international defender Karl Micallef left Hamrun Spartans to join Gudja United while Malta international forward Alexander Satariano joined Balzan from Frosinone.

Goalkeeper Steve Sultana and forward Igor Nedeljkovic join Nadur Youngsters from Hamrun Spartans while Matthew Gauci and Emmanuel Mbong leave Gzira to join Qrendi and Tarxien respectively.

Aidan Friggieri leaves Balzan to join Sliema while Neil Frendo makes the same move on loan.

Mosta re-signed Boubakary Diarra while William Donkin left the club to join Shenzen in China.

After signing Flavio Cheveresan, Valletta completed the signing of Llywelyn Cremona from Gudja United.

Sirens secured the services of Beninese midfielder Stéphane Sessègnon, a former player of PSG, Sunderland, West Brom, Montpellier and Genclerbirligi, among other clubs.

Birkirkara signed Ghanian midfielder Simon Zibo and Nemanja Radojevic while Floriana signed Argentine midfielder Fernando Ezequiel Juárez.

Earlier this week, Pieta’ Hotspurs signed Ghanian forward Abdel Latif Amadu.