2009–10 Red Star Belgrade season

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Players In/Out[edit]

In[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
21 Serbia FW Aleksandar Jevtić (From Turkey Hacettepe SK, was on loan in OFK Belgrade)
23 Serbia FW Slavko Perović (Loan return from Napredak Kruševac)
28 Serbia DF Vujadin Savić (Loan return from Rad Belgrade)
2 Brazil MF Sávio (From Montenegro FK Zeta)
20 Brazil MF Cadú (From Montenegro FK Zeta)
8 Serbia MF Darko Lazović (From Borac Čačak)
7 Serbia MF Nemanja Obrić (From Hungary Kaposvári Rákóczi FC)
3 Serbia DF Nikola Ignjatijević (From FK Javor)
18 Serbia DF Slavoljub Đorđević (From Austria SCR Altach)
9 Serbia FW Dejan Lekić (From FK Zemun)
16 Serbia MF Nenad Srećković (Loan return from Srem S.Mitrovica)
15 Serbia DF Milan Vilotić (From FK Čukarički)
19 Serbia DF Nemanja Cvetković (From BelgiumUR Namur)
21 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Nikola Vasiljević (From UkraineMetalurh Zaporizhzhya)

Out[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
- Serbia DF Nino Pekarić (Loan return to Romania Dinamo Bucharest)
- Brazil FW Cleo (Loan return to Portugal C.D. Olivais e Moscavide, to Partizan Belgrade)
- Slovenia MF Mirnes Šišić (released)
- Serbia DF Ivan Gvozdenović (released, to FK Vojvodina)
- Serbia MF Ognjen Koroman (To South Korea Incheon United)
- Poland DF Grzegorz Bronowicki (released, To Poland Górnik Łęczna)
- Serbia DF Nemanja Pejčinović (Loan return to Rad Belgrade , to Hertha Berlin)
- Brazil FW Josiesley Ferreira (released, to Brazil Náutico)
- Serbia MF Nenad Milijaš (To England Wolverhampton Wanderers)
- Serbia DF Nenad Tomović (To Italy Genoa)
- South Africa FW Bernard Parker (To Netherlands FC Twente, was on loan from South Africa Thanda Royal Zulu)
- Brazil DF Jeff Silva (Released)
- Ecuador MF Segundo Castillo (To England Wolverhampton Wanderers, was on loan in England Everton FC)
- Serbia MF Nikola Trajković (released, was on loan in Greece Thrasyvoulos F.C.)
- Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Ibrahim Some Salombo (To Belgium FCV Dender)
- Montenegro FW Igor Burzanović (Loan return from Montenegro FK Budućnost Podgorica, to Japan Nagoya Grampus Eight)
- Republic of Macedonia FW Ivan Tričkovski (On loan to Cyprus Enosis Paralimni)
- Cameroon FW Aboubakar Oumarou (On loan to OFK Belgrade)