The transfer sheet. A new signing at Raon-l’Etape and moves in R2 and R3, these are the main news from this Sunday’s transfer window

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Bryan Adinany arrives from Saint-Louis to reinforce the attack of the US Raon-l’Etape.- The week was productive for US Raon-l’Etape. Between announcements over the past year of extending many elements of the workforce, the latest of which involves full-back Adama Coulibaly (who was tapped for Saint-Dié a few weeks ago, he eventually decided to stay), the Raonne staff spared no expense. This Sunday it is the formalization of a sixth recruit who has intervened.

The newcomer is no stranger, having played at Saint-Louis last year. Especially since he scored against Raon at the Paul Gasser Stadium last April. This striker is called Bryan Adinany and he scored 5 goals in 21 games for the Alsatian club.

The 22-year-old, tall player (1.90m) is set to fill the void left by Kevin Duminy. He also raved quite a bit. Before arriving in Alsace last summer, he had gone through the training center at Rennes and then at Châteauroux (where he made six appearances in the Ligue 2 group). His CV shows a Series C experience in Italy. The offensive area will also gain continuity with the arrival of young Lucas Grether, coming from Ludres.

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Ayrton Parent (Thaon 2) and Anthony Scaglione (Raon 2) sign with Saint-Dié Kellermann.- Midfielder Ayrton Parent will defend the colors of the city he comes from next year. After stints at Raon-l’Etape, ASNL and more recently ES Thaon where he played in reserves, the youngster decided to join a future squad of Deodatian looking great. Especially since, as we have mentioned in our columns, Anthony Scaglione, author of 17 goals with the reserve of Raon-l’Etape, has also committed.

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Benjamin Moreau (Eloyes) goes to Hadol.- Benjamin Moreau is set to leave the ranks of FC Eloyes after an injury-related season that kept him off the field for a long time. In all likelihood, the attacking midfielder will join FC Hadol-Dounoux, who are promoted to R3.

Another Loya player could go in a similar direction. This is midfielder Simao Alves, who played mainly with Eloyes FC reserves in D2. Note that midfielder Gokay Eskin, who left Loya club for professional reasons, has signed with Hetange Grande, who have senior education in R2 and another in R3.

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Saint-Dié Kellermann’s reserve completes its attack with two recruits.- After having to lash out at Saint-Dié Kellermann’s reserve to ensure its maintenance in D1, it multiplies purchases to consider a different fate next season. On Sunday, strikers Kevin Ndoye (FC Haute-Moselotte) and Tom Khennouchi (Saint-Michel), who had already passed Déodatie, joined the ranks.

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