A-League transfers for 2018–19 season

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This is a list of Australian football transfers for the 2018–19 A-League. Only moves featuring at least one A-League club are listed.

Clubs were able to sign players at any time, but many transfers will only officially go through on 1 June because the majority of player contracts finish on 31 May.

Transfers[edit]

All players without a flag are Australian. Clubs without a flag are clubs participating in the A-League.

Pre-season[edit]

Date Name Moving from Moving to
6 April 2018 Joshua Rose Central Coast Mariners Retired[1]
17 April 2018 Italy Marco Rossi Wellington Phoenix Unattached[2]
18 April 2018 Josh Bingham Central Coast Mariners Unattached[3]
18 April 2018 Tom Glover Central Coast Mariners England Tottenham Hotspur (loan return)[3]
18 April 2018 Jacob Poscoliero Central Coast Mariners Unattached[3]
18 April 2018 Blake Powell Central Coast Mariners Unattached[3]
18 April 2018 Liam Rose Central Coast Mariners Unattached[3]
18 April 2018 Peter Skapetis Central Coast Mariners Unattached[3]
19 April 2018 Spain Andreu Perth Glory Unattached[4]
19 April 2018 England Joseph Mills Perth Glory Unattached[4]
19 April 2018 Jeremy Walker Perth Glory Unattached[4]
20 April 2018 Tunisia Fahid Ben Khalfallah Brisbane Roar Retired[5]
24 April 2018 Italy Massimo Maccarone Brisbane Roar Unattached[6]
26 April 2018 Jade North Brisbane Roar Unattached[7]
27 April 2018 Spain Álvaro Cejudo Western Sydney Wanderers Unattached[8]
27 April 2018 Michael Thwaite Western Sydney Wanderers Unattached[8]
30 April 2018 Adam Taggart Perth Glory Brisbane Roar[9]
3 May 2018 Christian Cavallo Melbourne City Unattached[10]
3 May 2018 Nick Fitzgerald Melbourne City Western Sydney Wanderers[10]
3 May 2018 Bruce Kamau Melbourne City Western Sydney Wanderers[10]
3 May 2018 Malta Manny Muscat Melbourne City Unattached[10]
3 May 2018 Ruon Tongyik Melbourne City Western Sydney Wanderers[10]
3 May 2018 Mitchell Oxborrow Brisbane Roar Unattached[11]
4 May 2018 Dylan Wenzel-Halls Australia Western Pride Brisbane Roar[12]
4 May 2018 New Zealand Keegan Smith Wellington Phoenix New Zealand Lower Hutt City[13]
7 May 2018[A] Jack Clisby Western Sydney Wanderers Central Coast Mariners[8][14]
8 May 2018[A] Corey Gameiro Brisbane Roar Central Coast Mariners[11][15]
9 May 2018 Tarek Elrich Adelaide United Western Sydney Wanderers[16]
9 May 2018 Netherlands Jordy Buijs Sydney FC Unattached[17]
9 May 2018 Luke Wilkshire Sydney FC Unattached[17]
9 May 2018 New Zealand Matthew Ridenton Wellington Phoenix Newcastle Jets[18]
10 May 2018[A] Trent Buhagiar Central Coast Mariners Sydney FC[19][20]
10 May 2018 Matt Simon Sydney FC Central Coast Mariners[20]
14 May 2018 Jonathan Aspropotamitis Western Sydney Wanderers Central Coast Mariners[21]
14 May 2018 Denmark Michael Jakobsen Melbourne City Adelaide United[22]
15 May 2018 Cameron McGilp Melbourne Victory Unattached[23]
15 May 2018 Argentina Matías Sánchez Melbourne Victory Unattached[23]
16 May 2018 Argentina Patito Rodríguez Newcastle Jets Unattached[24]
19 May 2018 Christian Theoharous Melbourne Victory Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach[25]
23 May 2018 Denmark Johan Absalonsen Adelaide United Denmark SønderjyskE[26]
24 May 2018 Ben Garuccio Adelaide United Scotland Heart of Midlothian[27]
25 May 2018 Germany Daniel Adlung Adelaide United Unattached[28]
25 May 2018 Slovenia Džengis Čavušević Adelaide United Unattached[28]
25 May 2018 Mark Ochieng Adelaide United Unattached[28]
25 May 2018 Craig Goodwin Unattached Adelaide United[29]
28 May 2018[B] Stefan Mauk Melbourne City Brisbane Roar[30]
31 May 2018[A] Ivan Franjic Brisbane Roar Perth Glory[30][31]
31 May 2018 Turkey Ersan Gülüm Adelaide United China Hebei China Fortune (loan return)[32]
1 June 2018 Netherlands Wout Brama Central Coast Mariners Netherlands Twente[33]
1 June 2018 Serbia Matija Ljujić Wellington Phoenix Portugal Belenenses[34]
5 June 2018 Spain Alan Baró Central Coast Mariners Unattached[35]
5 June 2018 Denmark Tobias Mikkelsen Denmark Nordsjælland Brisbane Roar[36]
6 June 2018 David Carney Sydney FC Unattached[37]
6 June 2018 Anthony Kalik Sydney FC Croatia Hajduk Split (loan return)[37]
6 June 2018[A] Jordan O'Doherty Adelaide United Western Sydney Wanderers[28][38]
7 June 2018 Mario Shabow Newcastle Jets Central Coast Mariners[39]
13 June 2018 Serbia Andrija Kaluđerović Wellington Phoenix Unattached[40]
13 June 2018 Croatia Goran Paracki Wellington Phoenix Unattached[40]
14 June 2018 Tomislav Mrcela Unattached Perth Glory[41]
17 June 2018 Scotland Michael O'Halloran Scotland Rangers Melbourne City[42]
19 June 2018 Brendon Santalab Western Sydney Wanderers Perth Glory[43]
19 June 2018 Joe Gauci Australia West Torrens Birkalla Central Coast Mariners[44]
19 June 2018 James Donachie Melbourne Victory South Korea Jeonnam Dragons[45]
19 June 2018 Pierce Waring Melbourne Victory Unattached[45]
19 June 2018 Poland Marcin Budziński Melbourne City Unattached[46]
20 June 2018[C] Riley McGree Newcastle Jets Melbourne City[47]
20 June 2018 Oliver Bozanic Melbourne City Scotland Heart of Midlothian[48]
22 June 2018 Matthew Spiranovic Unattached Perth Glory[49]
22 June 2018[A] Corey Brown Brisbane Roar Melbourne Victory[50][51]
22 June 2018[A] New Zealand Storm Roux Central Coast Mariners Melbourne Victory[3][51]
25 June 2018 Anthony Cáceres England Manchester City Melbourne City (loan)[52]
25 June 2018 Lachlan Wales Central Coast Mariners Melbourne City[52]
26 June 2018 Denis Genreau Melbourne City Netherlands PEC Zwolle (loan)[53]
26 June 2018[A] New Zealand Michael McGlinchey Wellington Phoenix Central Coast Mariners[54][55]
28 June 2018 Mali Kalifa Cissé Unattached Central Coast Mariners[56]
29 June 2018 Kosovo Besart Berisha Melbourne Victory Japan Sanfrecce Hiroshima[57]
30 June 2018 Chris Ikonomidis Western Sydney Wanderers Italy Lazio (loan return)[58]
30 June 2018 Steven Lustica Western Sydney Wanderers Unattached[58]
2 July 2018[A] Tando Velaphi Wellington Phoenix Perth Glory[59]
4 July 2018 Danijel Nizic Unattached Western Sydney Wanderers[60]
5 July 2018 Poland Adrian Mierzejewski Sydney FC China Changchun Yatai[61]
6 July 2018 Denmark Ken Ilsø Unattached Adelaide United[62]
7 July 2018 Brazil Bobô Sydney FC Turkey Alanyaspor[63]
9 July 2018 Matthew Millar Australia South Melbourne Central Coast Mariners[64]
10 July 2018 England Steven Taylor Unattached Wellington Phoenix[65]
10 July 2018[A] Portugal Fabio Ferreira Sydney FC Perth Glory[37][66]
11 July 2018 New Zealand James McGarry Wellington Phoenix Netherlands Willem II[67]
12 July 2018 Rhys Williams Melbourne Victory Saudi Arabia Al-Qadsiah[68]
12 July 2018 Netherlands Leroy George Melbourne Victory Unattached[69]
13 July 2018 Jason Davidson Croatia Rijeka Perth Glory[70]
18 July 2018 New Zealand Logan Rogerson Wellington Phoenix Germany Carl Zeiss Jena[71]
18 July 2018 Poland Filip Kurto Netherlands Roda JC Wellington Phoenix[72]
18 July 2018 Lewis Italiano Wellington Phoenix Australia Stirling Lions[73]
19 July 2018 Rostyn Griffiths Unattached Melbourne City[74]
19 July 2018[A] Stefan Nigro Melbourne Victory Brisbane Roar[23][75]
19 July 2018 Germany Georg Niedermeier Germany Freiburg Melbourne Victory[76]
19 July 2018 Spain Juande Italy Spezia Perth Glory[77]
20 July 2018 Adam Parkhouse Wellington Phoenix Unattached[78]
20 July 2018 Nick Ansell Unattached Melbourne Victory[79]
21 July 2018 Germany Mirko Boland Germany Eintracht Braunschweig Adelaide United[80]
23 July 2018 David Williams Unattached Wellington Phoenix[81]
23 July 2018 Mitch Nichols Unattached Wellington Phoenix[81]
24 July 2018 England Wayne Brown Newcastle Jets Unattached[82]
25 July 2018 Daniel De Silva Central Coast Mariners Sydney FC (loan)[83]
25 July 2018 Germany Patrick Ziegler Germany Kaiserslautern Western Sydney Wanderers[84]
25 July 2018 Poland Michał Kopczyński Poland Legia Warsaw Wellington Phoenix (loan)[85]
26 July 2018 Joe Knowles Perth Glory Unattached[86]
27 July 2018 Netherlands Jop van der Linden Netherlands AZ Alkmaar Sydney FC[87]
31 July 2018 Jack Duncan Newcastle Jets Saudi Arabia Al-Qadsiah[88]
31 July 2018 Japan Keisuke Honda Unattached Melbourne Victory[89]
31 July 2018 Spain Xavi Torres Perth Glory Spain Elche[90]
1 August 2018[A] Scott Galloway Wellington Phoenix Adelaide United[91]
6 August 2018 Josh Macdonald Australia Wollongong Wolves Central Coast Mariners[92]
6 August 2018 Jordan Murray Australia APIA Leichhardt Tigers Central Coast Mariners[92]
9 August 2018 Germany Alexander Baumjohann Brazil Club Vitória Western Sydney Wanderers[93]
9 August 2018 Daniel Arzani Melbourne City England Manchester City[94]
15 August 2018 Ben Halloran Unattached Adelaide United[95]
15 August 2018 Aiden O'Neill England Burnley Central Coast Mariners (loan)[96]
17 August 2018 England Adam le Fondre England Bolton Wanderers Sydney FC[97]
23 August 2018 Netherlands Siem de Jong Netherlands Ajax Sydney FC (loan)[98]
23 August 2018 Riley Warland Perth Glory England Fulham[99]
30 August 2018 France Florin Berenguer France Sochaux Melbourne City[100]
30 August 2018[A] Mitch Austin Melbourne Victory Newcastle Jets[23][101]
31 August 2018 Sweden Ola Toivonen Unattached Melbourne Victory[102]
31 August 2018 Dean Bouzanis Melbourne City Netherlands PEC Zwolle (loan)[103]
3 September 2018 Spain Raúl Baena Spain Granada Melbourne Victory (loan)[104]
10 September 2018 Brazil Jair Unattached Newcastle Jets[105]
11 September 2018 Mark Birighitti Unattached Melbourne City[106]
11 September 2018 Chris Ikonomidis Italy Lazio Perth Glory[107]
14 September 2018 Belgium Ritchie De Laet England Aston Villa Melbourne City (loan)[108]
18 September 2018 Curtis Good Unattached Melbourne City[109]
19 September 2018 England Kaine Sheppard Australia Avondale Newcastle Jets[110]
20 September 2018 Scotland Ross McCormack England Aston Villa Central Coast Mariners (loan)[111]
20 September 2018 Tommy Oar Unattached Central Coast Mariners[111]
26 September 2018 Lewis Italiano Australia Stirling Lions Newcastle Jets[112]
28 September 2018 Spain Álex López Unattached Brisbane Roar[113]
4 October 2018 Rashid Mahazi Australia Moreland Zebras Western Sydney Wanderers[114]
11 October 2018 Max Burgess Australia Sydney Olympic Wellington Phoenix[115]
12 October 2018 Spain Mandi Unattached Wellington Phoenix[116]
12 October 2018 Kearyn Baccus Western Sydney Wanderers Melbourne City[117]
17 October 2018 Reuben Way Australia Heidelberg United Wellington Phoenix[118]
17 October 2018 New Zealand Callan Elliot New Zealand Tasman United Wellington Phoenix[118]
19 October 2018 Rahmat Akbari Brisbane Roar Melbourne Victory[119]

Mid-season[edit]

Date Name Moving from Moving to
9 November 2018 Jacob Tratt Australia Sutherland Sharks Sydney FC[120]
6 December 2018 Ante Covic Unattached Wellington Phoenix[121]
13 December 2018 Ante Covic Wellington Phoenix Unattached[122]
31 December 2018 Kwame Yeboah Unattached Western Sydney Wanderers[123]
2 January 2019[D] Anthony Cáceres Melbourne City Sydney FC[124][125]
2 January 2019 Republic of Ireland Cillian Sheridan Unattached Wellington Phoenix[126]
3 January 2019 Elvis Kamsoba Australia Avondale Melbourne Victory[127]
3 January 2019 Anthony Lesiotis Melbourne City Melbourne Victory[127]
5 January 2019 Scotland Ross McCormack Central Coast Mariners England Aston Villa (loan return)[128]
7 January 2019 Scotland Michael O'Halloran Melbourne City Unattached[129]
9 January 2019 Taylor Regan Adelaide United Malaysia Selangor[130]
15 January 2019 Mitch Nichols Wellington Phoenix Unattached[131]
15 January 2019 Reuben Way Wellington Phoenix Unattached[131]
23 January 2019 Nicholas Sette Melbourne Victory Unattached[132]
24 January 2019 Osama Malik Melbourne City Saudi Arabia Al-Batin[133][134]
24 January 2019 Turkey Jem Karacan Unattached Central Coast Mariners[135]
25 January 2019 Mitchell Duke Unattached Western Sydney Wanderers[136]
28 January 2019 Greece Avraam Papadopoulos Brisbane Roar Greece Olympiacos[137][138]
29 January 2019 New Zealand Justin Gulley New Zealand Team Wellington Wellington Phoenix[139]
29 January 2019 Iran Reza Ghoochannejhad Cyprus APOEL FC Sydney FC (loan)[140]
30 January 2019 Antony Golec Central Coast Mariners Wellington Phoenix[141]
30 January 2019 Mali Kalifa Cissé Central Coast Mariners Retired[142]
31 January 2019 Mitch Austin Newcastle Jets Sydney FC[143]
31 January 2019 Netherlands Jordy Thomassen Netherlands De Graafschap Adelaide United (loan)[144]
31 January 2019 England Sam Graham England Sheffield United Central Coast Mariners (loan)[145]
31 January 2019 Republic of Ireland Stephen Mallon England Sheffield United Central Coast Mariners (loan)[145]
31 January 2019 James Donachie South Korea Jeonnam Dragons Melbourne Victory (loan)[146]
31 January 2019 Nick Ansell Melbourne Victory South Korea Jeonnam Dragons[146]
31 January 2019 Jamie Maclaren Germany SV Darmstadt 98 Melbourne City[147]
1 February 2019 Adam Berry Central Coast Mariners Unattached[148]
1 February 2019 England Shayon Harrison England Tottenham Hotspur Melbourne City (loan)[149]
6 February 2019[A] Charles Lokolingoy Sydney FC Brisbane Roar[143][150]
6 February 2019[A] Ruon Tongyik Western Sydney Wanderers Brisbane Roar[151][150]
14 February 2019 Adam Taggart Brisbane Roar South Korea Suwon Samsung Bluewings[152]
22 February 2019 Lachlan Scott Western Sydney Wanderers Australia Wollongong Wolves[153]
26 February 2019 Uruguay Bruno Fornaroli Melbourne City Unattached[154]
1 March 2019 Jake McGing Central Coast Mariners Poland Wisła Płock[155]
5 March 2019 Giancarlo Gallifuoco Unattached Western Sydney Wanderers[156]
6 March 2019 Eli Babalj Unattached Brisbane Roar[157]
9 March 2019 Kwabena Appiah Unattached Newcastle Jets[158]
13 March 2019 Dylan Fox Wellington Phoenix Unattached[159]
13 March 2019 Shannon Brady Brisbane Roar Australia Gold Coast Knights[160]
15 March 2019 Josh Macdonald Central Coast Mariners Unattached[161]
  • ^ Player was released to free agency before joining new club
  • ^ Mauk returned from loan to his parent club N.E.C. before joining Brisbane Roar
  • ^ McGree returned from loan to his parent club Club Brugge before being loaned to Melbourne City
  • ^ Cáceres returned from loan to his parent club Manchester City before being loaned to Sydney FC
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