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Huddersfield Town F.C - The Terriers is Going Up!

Started on 10 April 2014 by kernel
Latest Reply on 22 May 2014 by kernel
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AAN :Thanks mate, I have a lot to do through the season. I hope next season will be better than before.

Jason :My bad luck, cant keep the player like him and also I cant reject it. Thanks before :)

Lucas Viatri and Paul Dixon join Southampton

Southampton completely deal for Lucas Viatri after agreeing £3.9 million

Huddersfield Town have agreed to sell Argentinian forward Lucas Viatri to Southampton after agreeing a deal worth £3.9 million for the 29-year-old.

After passing season quite impressive with Huddersfield, Argentina striker finally decided to leave Huddersfield with heart that does not leave any load. The attacker argentina meet future career in Huddersfield for three seasons, where the first season he's just a player on loan and the second season Huddersfield managed to take it from Boca Juniors with free transfer.

Lucas Viatri
I am truly grateful to be able to play in Huddersfield, playing under the care of Adriana. It was really impressive, with what I got in the last season with them. I also want to thank all the fans who have supported me, to all the staff who have helped me. I learned a lot from them.

Continuing my career at Southampton is the best way, this is the path I choose. I am pleased to join with Southampton and I also love being able to leave Huddersfield with a calm heart, without any of the problems with the people there.

After four days before the move Lucas, Huddersfield claimed that Paul Dixon will also leave Huddersfield. Adriana has said the move Paul Dixon mutual agreement, between him and the club. There is no issue between him and the club.

Radosevic & Ongenda 'agrees deal to extend Huddersfield loan"

Josip Radosevic when training with Croatia under-21 past a week ago

Huddersfield loanee Josip Radosevic and Hervin Orgenda could be set for another season at The John Smith's Stadium.

The Napoli man is one of a clutch of loan players who have impressed on The Terriers this term, as Adriana Vega's side remain in the hunt for Champions League football next season.

And the 22-year-old may be set to remain with the Terriers for another year after agreeing a deal in principle, according to Italian newspaper.

On the other hand, offers Hervin Ongenda loan extension was approved by the Paris Saint German. Hervin Ongenda, will stay in Huddersfield for the season ahead again.

Hervin Ongenda, on the sidelines during his training in France

Laurent Blanc, PSG boss
He needs it, playing time and a first-team experience. Seeing that he progress in the last season, we decided to approve the extension offer from Adriana.

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