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This is a list of Russian football transfers in the winter transfer window 2009–10 by club. Only clubs of the 2009 and 2010 Russian Premier League are included.

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Russian Premier League 2009

FC Khimki

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

No. Position Player
37 Russia FW Aleksei Alekseyev (end of loan at Russia Smena-Zenit Saint Petersburg)[1]
45 Russia DF Ivan Lavrukhin (end of loan at Russia Zelenograd)
Russia MF Dmitri Golyshev (end of loan)[2]
Russia MF Aleksandr Petrov (from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[3]
Russia MF Anatoli Nezhelev (from Russia Avangard Kursk)[3]
Russia MF Aleksandr Yevstafyev (from Russia Nosta Novotroitsk)[3]
Russia GK Stanislav Kozyrev (from Russia Nika Moscow)[4][5]
Russia DF Sergei Ponomarenko (from Russia Nika Moscow)[4][5]
Russia DF Aleksei Yeroshkin (from Russia Gubkin)[4][5]
Russia MF Sergei Kuznetsov (from Russia Rostov)[4][5]

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

No. Position Player
3 Russia DF Andrei Streltsov (to Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)[6]
4 Moldova DF Victor Golovatenco (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[7]
5 Finland DF Boris Rotenberg (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)
6 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Vule Trivunović (to Bosnia and Herzegovina Borac Banja Luka)[8]
7 Russia FW Oleg Kozhanov (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[9]
10 Russia MF Ilya Maksimov (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)
11 Ukraine MF Serhiy Pylypchuk (to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod, previously on loan at Russia Spartak Nalchik)[10]
13 Serbia MF Ivan Cvetković (to Serbia Javor Ivanjica)[11]
15 Ukraine DF Dmytro Semochko
16 Russia GK Mikhail Komarov (to Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[12]
18 Serbia DF Miodrag Jovanović (released)[13]
19 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Dragan Blatnjak (to Russia Moscow)[14]
20 Russia FW Aleksandr Antipenko (to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[15]
21 Russia MF Viktor Budyanskiy (end of loan from Italy Udinese)[16]
22 Belarus MF Maksim Romaschenko (to Russia Salyut Belgorod)[17]
23 Serbia DF Nenad Nastić (to Serbia Jagodina)[18]
25 Russia MF Aleksandr Shvetsov (released)[18]
27 Russia MF Maksim Zinovyev (to Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[19]
30 Serbia GK Bojan Mišić (to Serbia Mladi Radnik)[20]
31 Russia FW Eldar Nizamutdinov (on loan to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz, previously on loan at Russia Spartak Moscow)[21]
33 Russia MF Ivan Starkov (end of loan from Russia Amkar Perm)[22]
38 Russia DF Kamalutdin Akhmedov
42 Russia MF Yuri Kirillov (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[23]
71 Russia MF Gor Oganesyan (released under an RFU decision)[24]
78 France DF Sébastien Sansoni (to Israel Maccabi Petah Tikva)[25]
79 Russia FW Denis Popov (released)[26]
99 Jamaica FW Errol Stevens (end of loan from Jamaica Harbour View)[27]
Russia MF Vladimir Vavilov (to Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow, previously on loan)[28]
Armenia MF Barsegh Kirakosyan (to Russia Metallurg-Yenisey Krasnoyarsk, previously on loan)[29]
Turkmenistan FW Wladimir Baýramow (released, previously on loan at Kazakhstan Tobol)[30]

Kuban Krasnodar

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

No. Position Player
5 Russia DF Anton Grigoryev (on loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)[31]
9 Russia FW Nikolai Zhilyayev (from Russia Amkar Perm)[32]
Russia MF Roman Bugayev (end of loan at Russia Torpedo Armavir)
Russia MF Aleksandr Khorin (end of loan at Russia Nosta Novotroitsk)
Ukraine MF Dmitriy Gorbushin (end of loan at Russia Chernomorets Novorossiysk)
Russia DF Anton Lunin (from Russia Dynamo Bryansk)[33]
Russia MF Vladislav Kulik (from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[34]
Serbia DF Sreten Sretenović (end of loan at Poland Zagłębie Lubin)[35]
Moldova GK Stanislav Namaşco (from Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol)[36]
Moldova DF Igor Armaş (from Sweden Hammarby)[37]
Russia FW Rustem Kalimullin (from Russia KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny)[38]
Romania FW Gheorghe Bucur (from Romania Timişoara)[39]
Russia GK Aleksandr Budakov (from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[40]
Russia MF Ildar Akhmetzyanov (free agent, previous team – Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[7]
Russia DF Oleg Malyukov (from Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)[41]
Moldova DF Victor Golovatenco (from Russia Khimki)[7]
Belarus MF Mikhail Afanasyev (from Russia Amkar Perm)[42]
Montenegro FW Nikola Nikezić (from France Havre)[5]
Russia DF Anton Kiselyov (from Russia Dynamo Barnaul)[7]

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Aleksei Botvinyev (end of loan from Russia Saturn Moscow Oblast)[43]
2 Angola DF Francisco Zuela (on loan to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[7]
4 Poland DF Krzysztof Łągiewka
5 Romania MF Andrei Mureşan (end of loan from Romania Gloria 1922 Bistriţa)
10 Russia MF Andrei Topchu (to Russia Amkar Perm)[44]
12 Ghana MF Haminu Draman (end of loan from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[45]
14 Russia DF Anri Khagush (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)
17 Mali FW Dramane Traoré (end of loan from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[45]
22 Russia DF Aslan Zaseev (to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod)[46]
23 Russia DF Georgi Dzhioyev (to Russia Tom Tomsk)[47]
28 Russia FW Igor Shevchenko (end of loan from Russia Terek Grozny)[48]
32 Nigeria FW Emmanuel Okoduwa (end of loan from Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv)
34 Russia DF Aleksandr Khokhlov (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[49]
41 Russia GK Yevgeni Puzin (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)
44 Russia FW Anton Kabanov (to Russia Rostov)
88 Brazil DF William Boaventura (end of loan from Ukraine Metalurh Donetsk)[50]
Belarus FW Aliaksei Kuchuk (released, previously on loan at Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol)[7]

FC Moscow

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No. Position Player
Russia DF Andrei Lukanchenkov (end of loan at Russia Nosta Novotroitsk)
Russia MF Artyom Varakin (end of loan at Russia Volgar-Gazprom-2 Astrakhan)
Russia FW Pavel Yesikov (end of loan at Russia Volgar-Gazprom-2 Astrakhan)
Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Goran Drmić (end of loan at Russia Volgar-Gazprom-2 Astrakhan)[51]

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

No. Position Player
3 Russia DF Aleksandr Sheshukov (to Russia Spartak Moscow)[52]
5 Russia DF Gia Grigalava (end of loan from Russia SKA Rostov-on-Don)
6 Slovenia DF Branko Ilič (to Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[53]
7 Russia FW Aleksandr Marenich (to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[54]
8 Russia MF Dmitri Tarasov (to Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[55]
8 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Dragan Blatnjak (to Russia Rostov, previously at Russia Khimki)[56]
13 Russia MF Aleksei Rebko (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[57]
14 Russia DF Kirill Nababkin (to Russia CSKA Moscow)[58]
15 Moldova DF Alexandru Epureanu (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[59]
16 Belarus GK Anton Amelchenko (to Russia Rostov)[56]
17 Russia MF Pavel Golyshev (to Russia Spartak Moscow)[60]
19 Russia MF Aleksandr Samedov (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[59]
20 Slovakia FW Martin Jakubko (to Russia Saturn Moscow Oblast)[61]
23 Nigeria DF Isaac Okoronkwo (to Russia Rostov)
28 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Branislav Krunić (released)[62]
30 Belarus GK Yuri Zhevnov (to Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[63]
33 Côte d'Ivoire DF Dacosta Goore (to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[64]
41 Russia MF Kirill Lapidus (to Russia CSKA Moscow)
43 Russia DF Vitali Ustinov (to Russia Rubin Kazan)
66 Russia MF Aleksandr Kolomeytsev (to Russia Amkar Perm)[65]
77 Russia MF Yuri Petrakov (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[66]
88 Lithuania MF Edgaras Česnauskis (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[59]
Czech Republic DF Roman Hubník (on loan to Germany Hertha BSC, previously on loan at Czech Republic Sparta Prague)[67]
Russia DF Vitali Kaleshin (to Russia Rubin Kazan, previously on loan)[68]
Argentina FW Maxi López (to Italy Calcio Catania, previously on loan at Brazil Grêmio)[69]
Russia MF Oleg Aleynik (to Russia Rotor Volgograd, previously on loan at Russia Metallurg Lipetsk)[70]
Russia MF Sergei Shudrov (to Russia Rotor Volgograd, previously on loan at Russia SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk)[70]

Russian Premier League 2010

Alania Vladikavkaz

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

No. Position Player
4 Finland DF Boris Rotenberg (on loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[21]
6 Nigeria MF Sani Kaita (on loan from France Monaco)[71]
7 Russia FW Karen Oganyan (from Russia Volgar-Gazprom-2 Astrakhan)[72]
8 Russia FW Georgi Gabulov (from Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow)[72]
9 Russia MF Arsen Khubulov (from Russia Avtodor Vladikavkaz)
10 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Zajko Zeba (from Russia KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny)[73]
14 Russia FW Aleksandr Marenich (from Russia Moscow)[54]
15 Russia MF Aslan Mashukov (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[74]
16 Russia GK Dmitri Khomich (from Russia Spartak Moscow)[75]
20 Côte d'Ivoire DF Dacosta Goore (from Russia Moscow)[64]
24 Togo DF Abdoul-Gafar Mamah (from Moldova Sheriff Tiraspol)[76]
25 Bulgaria DF Ivan Ivanov (from Bulgaria CSKA Sofia)[77]
31 Russia FW Eldar Nizamutdinov (on loan from Russia Khimki)[21]
32 Angola DF Francisco Zuela (on loan from Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[7]
34 Russia DF Nariman Gusalov
35 Russia DF Aslan Doguzov (from Russia Avtodor Vladikavkaz)
36 Russia DF Alan Soltanov
37 Russia MF Artur Gadzaov
38 Russia GK Omar Tsopanov
39 Russia DF Soslan Kachmazov
40 Russia MF Atsamaz Kumalagov
41 Russia GK Mikhail Kerzhakov (on loan from Russia Zenit St. Petersburg)
42 Russia MF Yuri Kirillov (on loan from Russia Dynamo Moscow)[78]
43 Russia DF David Bugulov
44 Russia MF Georgi Dzantiyev
45 Russia MF Georgi Bulatsev
46 Russia DF Albert Tskhovrebov
47 Russia FW Artur Khaymanov (free agent in 2009, last team - Alania in 2008)
48 Russia MF Oleg Tigiyev (from Russia Academia Dimitrovgrad)
51 Russia MF Artur Gazdanov (from Russia CSKA Moscow youth)
55 Russia FW Alan Alborov (from Russia Avtodor Vladikavkaz)
53 Russia GK Oleg Kudzhiyev
73 Bulgaria MF Ivan Stoyanov (from Bulgaria CSKA Sofia)[77]
79 Ukraine FW Serhiy Kuznetsov (on loan from Ukraine Karpaty Lviv)[21]

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

No. Position Player
Serbia DF Nikola Valentić (to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[79]
Czech Republic MF Tomáš Čížek (to Czech Republic Baumit Jablonec)
Russia DF Dmitri Godunok (released)[80]
Ukraine DF Andriy Proshyn (to Russia Rostov)[81]
Belarus DF Sergei Shtanyuk (retired)
Russia FW Dmitri Ryzhov (end of loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)
Russia DF Mikhail Mischenko (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)
Russia FW Aleksandr Yarkin (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)
Russia DF Tamerlan Varziyev (released)[82]
Moldova GK Serghei Paşcenco (released)[82]
Russia GK David Gigolayev
Ukraine GK Mykola Tsygan
Russia MF Amzor Ailarov
Russia MF Soslan Dzhioyev
Portugal MF Paulo Adriano
Russia FW Elbrus Tandelov

Amkar Perm

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

No. Position Player
3 Russia MF Ivan Starkov (end of loan at Russia Khimki)[22]
6 Ukraine MF Denys Dedechko (from Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv, previously on loan at Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[83]
10 Russia MF Andrei Topchu (from Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[84]
18 Russia FW Nikita Burmistrov (from Russia CSKA Moscow)[44]
19 Russia MF Aleksandr Kolomeytsev (from Russia Moscow)[65]
24 Russia DF Aleksei Popov (from Russia Rubin Kazan)[85]
30 Russia FW Timofei Berdyshev (from Russia FC Astrakhan)
33 Croatia MF Josip Knežević (from Croatia Osijek)[86]
37 Russia DF Kirill Moryganov (from Russia Torpedo-ZIL Moscow)
47 Russia FW Anton Romanenko
50 Russia DF Mikhail Smirnov (free agent in 2009, last club Russia Zenit St. Petersburg in 2008)
55 Russia FW Ilya Kolpakov
87 Russia MF Roman Chernyshev (from Russia Sportakademklub Moscow)
91 Russia DF Artyom Moryganov (from Russia Torpedo-ZIL Moscow)

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

No. Position Player
6 Bulgaria MF Dimitar Telkiyski (to Bulgaria Levski Sofia)
17 Brazil FW Jean Carlos (on loan to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[44]
18 Montenegro MF Nikola Drinčić (to Russia Spartak Moscow)[87]
19 Russia FW Nikolai Zhilyayev (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[32]
22 Brazil MF William (on loan to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[44]
24 Croatia MF Stjepan Babić (to Croatia Zagreb)[88]
25 Russia DF Aleksei Yepifanov (to Russia Rotor Volgograd)[89]
26 Belarus MF Mikhail Afanasyev (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)
33 Lithuania MF Marius Papšys
35 Russia MF Vladislav Lokhonov
36 Russia DF Dmitri Lokhonov
49 Russia MF Konstantin Pogadayev
70 Russia MF Vladimir Paskayants
91 Russia FW Mikhail Bilaonov
99 Serbia FW Predrag Sikimic (to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[90]
Turkmenistan MF Vyacheslav Krendelyov (to Russia Baltika Kaliningrad, previously on loan at Russia Metallurg Lipetsk)[91]
Armenia DF Arthur Stepanyan (previously on loan at Russia Tyumen)

Anzhi Makhachkala

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

No. Position Player
2 Georgia (country) DF Dato Kvirkvelia (from Russia Rubin Kazan)
4 Azerbaijan DF Mahir Shukurov (from Azerbaijan Inter Baku)[92]
8 Russia MF Andrei Streltsov (from Russia Khimki)[6]
17 Czech Republic FW Jan Holenda (from Czech Republic Sparta Prague)[93]
21 Georgia (country) FW Giorgi Iluridze (from Georgia (country) Dinamo Tbilisi)
27 Russia MF Murtazali Abdulayev
29 Georgia (country) GK Nukri Revishvili (from Russia Rubin Kazan)
30 Russia GK Mekhti Dzhenetov (from Russia FC Makhachkala (D4))
31 Serbia DF Mitar Peković (from Serbia Vojvodina)[94]
32 Georgia (country) FW Revazi Barabadze (free agent, last club - Anzhi in 2008)[95]
33 Russia FW Shamil Mirzayev (from Russia FC Makhachkala (D4))
35 Russia MF Makhach Ispagiyev (free agent, last club - Russia Anzhi-Bekenez Makhachkala)
43 Russia MF Salimkhan Dzhamiliyev
44 Russia DF Mikail Zaytsev (from Russia Dagdizel Kaspiysk)
61 Russia MF Magomed Mirzabekov (from Russia Torpedo-ZIL Moscow)
86 Bulgaria MF Todor Timonov (from Bulgaria CSKA Sofia)[96]
88 Russia DF Murad Kurbanov (from Russia FC Makhachkala (D4))
89 Russia DF Akhmad Magomedov
90 Russia DF Gamzat Omarov
91 Russia DF Anvar Ibragimgadzhiyev (from Russia Academia Dimitrovgrad)
92 Russia MF Mikhail Abakarov
94 Russia DF Ruslan Perepelyukov (on loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)
96 Russia MF Sharif Mukhammad (free agent, last team - Russia Dynamo Makhachkala)
97 Russia MF Gadzhi Gadzhiyev (from Russia FSA Voronezh)
99 Russia GK Abdulla Gadzhikadiyev

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

No. Position Player
2 Georgia (country) DF Kakhaber Aladashvili
4 Russia DF Oleg Malyukov (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[41]
5 Russia DF Valerian Bestayev
8 Russia MF Daniil Gridnev (released)[87]
22 Georgia (country) DF Giorgi Navalovski (on loan to Azerbaijan Inter Baku)[97]
23 Georgia (country) FW Sandro Iashvili (on loan to Georgia (country) Olimpi Rustavi)[98]
24 Russia FW Aleksandr Danishevsky (to Russia Zhemchuzhina-Sochi)[99]
25 Russia FW Vardan Mazalov
28 Russia MF Shamil Alimagomayev (released)[87]
32 Georgia (country) DF Edik Sadzhaya (to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod)[100]
33 Russia MF Artur Maloyan (end of loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[101]
36 Russia MF Alan Kusov (released)[87]
41 Russia MF Konstantin Sovetkin (end of loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[101]
55 Russia DF Anton Vlasov (end of loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)[102]
55 Morocco DF Youssef Rabeh (to Morocco Moghreb Tétouan, previously at Bulgaria Levski Sofia)[103]
71 Russia MF Yevgeni Shcherbakov
75 Russia GK Viktor Chakrygin
77 Georgia (country) FW Otar Martsvaladze (to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod)[104]

CSKA Moscow

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Sergei Chepchugov (from Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[58]
7 Japan MF Keisuke Honda (from Netherlands VVV-Venlo)[105]
14 Russia DF Kirill Nababkin (from Russia Moscow)[58]
26 Nigeria MF Sekou Oliseh (from Denmark Midtjylland, previously on loan)[106]
32 Russia MF Kirill Lapidus (from Russia Moscow)
36 Russia MF Yegor Ivanov
38 Russia GK Vyacheslav Isupov
43 Russia MF Leonid Mushnikov
45 Russia MF Anton Rukavishnikov
47 Russia DF Kirill Suslov
48 Russia MF Artyom Popov
56 Russia DF Anatoli Stukalov
58 Russia FW Mukhammad Sultonov
60 Georgia (country) MF Nika Dzalamidze (on loan from Georgia (country) Baia Zugdidi)[107]
61 Russia FW Serder Serderov
Côte d'Ivoire FW Seydou Doumbia (from Switzerland BSC Young Boys, to join CSKA in summer 2010)[108]

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

No. Position Player
7 Brazil MF Daniel Carvalho (on loan to Qatar Al-Arabi)[109]
8 Russia FW Dmitri Ryzhov (on loan to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast, previously on loan at Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[110]
9 Brazil FW Vágner Love (on loan to Brazil Flamengo, previously on loan at Brazil Palmeiras)[31]
12 Niger FW Ouwo Moussa Maazou (on loan to France Monaco)[111]
14 Brazil FW Ricardo Jesus (on loan to Greece Larissa)[112]
19 Poland FW Dawid Janczyk (on loan to Belgium Germinal Beerschot, previously on loan at Belgium Lokeren)[113]
33 Russia GK Yevgeny Pomazan (on loan to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[114]
34 Latvia MF Vitālijs Maksimenko (end of loan from Latvia Daugava Rīga)
37 Russia DF Maksim Potapov
45 Russia FW Aleksandr Kudryavtsev (on loan to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[115]
47 Russia MF Yevgeni Sherenkov
48 Russia MF Igor Dragunov
50 Russia DF Anton Grigoryev (on loan to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[31]
53 Russia MF Maksim Fyodorov (to Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[116]
56 Nigeria FW Ganiyu Oseni (to Tunisia Esperance Tunis)[117]
57 Russia MF Nikita Andreyev
61 Russia FW Artak Grigoryan
Russia FW Nikita Burmistrov (to Russia Amkar Perm, previously on loan at Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[44]
Russia GK Veniamin Mandrykin (on loan to Russia Spartak Nalchik, previously on loan at Russia Rostov)[118]
Brazil MF Ramón (on loan to Brazil Flamengo, previously on loan at Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[119]
Russia DF Anton Vlasov (on loan to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod, previously on loan at Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)[120]
Russia DF Ruslan Perepelyukov (on loan to Russia Anzhi Makhachkala, previously on loan at Russia Avangard Podolsk)
Russia FW Sergei Shumilin (previously on loan at Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)
Russia DF Sergei Perunov (previously on loan at Russia Gazovik Orenburg)
Russia DF Dmitri Protopopov (previously on loan at Russia Stavropolye-2009)
Russia GK Sergei Zhideyev (previously on loan at Russia MVD Rossii Moscow)

Dynamo Moscow

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

No. Position Player
3 Russia MF Aleksei Rebko (from Russia Moscow)[57]
5 Moldova DF Alexandru Epureanu (from Russia Moscow)[59]
10 Ukraine FW Andriy Voronin (from England Liverpool)[121]
19 Russia MF Aleksandr Samedov (from Russia Moscow)[59]
21 Russia MF Igor Semshov (from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[122]
41 Russia GK Yevgeni Puzin (from Russia Kuban Krasnodar)
45 Russia MF Ivan Solovyov
46 Russia DF Aleksandr Bortnik (from Russia CSKA Moscow youth)
47 Russia MF Oleg Valov
50 Montenegro DF Nemanja Mijušković (from Serbia OFK Beograd)
55 Russia DF Nikita Sergeyev
58 Russia DF Dmitri Otstavnov
73 Russia MF Yuri Petrakov (from Russia Moscow)[66]
75 Russia GK Ivan Shubkin
79 Russia FW Andrei Ornat (from Russia Zenit St. Petersburg)
81 Russia MF Andrei Zharkov
87 Russia DF Aleksandr Kuzminov
88 Lithuania MF Edgaras Česnauskis (from Russia Moscow)[59]
93 Russia MF Vladimir Shpyryov

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

No. Position Player
5 Montenegro DF Jovan Tanasijević (released)[123]
10 Russia FW Aleksandr Kerzhakov (to Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[122]
15 Russia MF Aleksandr Dimidko (on loan to Russia SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk)[124]
14 Russia MF Artur Yusupov
16 Bulgaria FW Tsvetan Genkov (on loan to Bulgaria Lokomotiv Sofia)[125]
17 Russia DF Aleksandr Lobkov
21 Lithuania GK Žydrūnas Karčemarskas (to Turkey Gaziantepspor)[126]
22 Uruguay MF Luis Aguiar (on loan to Portugal Braga)[127]
29 Russia MF Yuri Kirillov (on loan to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz, previously at Russia Khimki)[78]
31 Russia GK Aleksei Karasevich (to Russia Nara-ShBFR Naro-Fominsk)
32 Russia FW Ruslan Pimenov (released)[128]
33 Russia MF Nail Zamaliyev
41 Ukraine MF Denys Skepskyi (to Russia Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan)[5]
44 Russia DF Nikita Chicherin
46 Russia DF Yuri Medvedev
50 Russia MF Vakhtang Morgoshiya
79 Russia FW Roman Panin (to Russia Irtysh Omsk)[129]
Russia MF Kirill Kurochkin (released, previously on loan at Russia Metallurg Lipetsk)
Russia FW Aleksandr Bebikh (released, previously on loan at Russia Istra)

Krylia Sovetov Samara

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

No. Position Player
Russia DF Aleksei Kozlov (from Russia KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny)
Russia FW Aleksandr Salugin (end of loan at Russia Rostov)[42]
Belarus FW Vitali Rushnitsky (end of loan at Belarus Belshina Bobruisk)[130]
Russia FW Vasili Pavlov (from Russia Academia Dimitrovgrad)[131]

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

No. Position Player
2 Belarus MF Timofei Kalachev (to Russia Rostov)[132]
4 Russia DF Roman Shishkin (end of loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[101]
5 Russia MF Vladislav Kulik (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[34]
6 Brazil MF Ramón (end of loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)
20 Czech Republic DF Jiří Jarošík (to Spain Real Zaragoza)[133]
22 Russia FW Roman Adamov (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[87]
23 Russia MF Vladislav Ignatyev (to Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[134]
33 Moldova MF Stanislav Ivanov (end of loan from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[87]
40 Russia DF Sergei Shustikov (to Russia Rostov)[56]
70 Russia MF Denis Shcherbak (to Russia Irtysh Omsk)[129]
89 Czech Republic FW Jan Koller (to France AS Cannes)[135]
98 Russia GK Aleksandr Budakov (to Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[40]

Lokomotiv Moscow

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

No. Position Player
7 Russia MF Dmitri Tarasov (from Russia Moscow)[55]
14 Russia MF Igor Smolnikov (end of loan at Russia Chita)[87]
15 Ghana MF Haminu Draman (end of loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[45]
18 Russia MF Vladislav Ignatyev (from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[134]
19 Mali FW Dramane Traoré (end of loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[45]
20 Slovenia DF Branko Ilič (from Russia Moscow)[53]
22 Russia GK Aleksandr Krivoruchko (from Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow)[136]
27 Russia MF Magomed Ozdoyev (from Ukraine Dynamo-2 Kyiv)
52 Russia GK Yevgeni Bodanov
53 Russia DF Andrei Semyonov
59 Russia MF Aleksandr Vasyukov
61 Kyrgyzstan FW Mirlan Murzaev (on loan from Kyrgyzstan Dordoi-Dynamo Naryn)[137]
65 Russia FW Dmitri Kukharchuk
68 Russia GK Aleksandr Korshunov
71 Russia DF Aleksei Mamonov
72 Russia FW Soslan Dzhioyev
74 Russia FW Maksim Barsov
78 Russia MF Nikolai Kalinskiy
79 Russia DF Aleksandr Yarkovoy
82 Russia DF Soslan Gatagov
83 Russia MF Aleksei Malkov
84 Russia MF Daniil Lezgintsev
88 Ukraine MF Oleksandr Aliyev (from Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv)[138]
90 Brazil FW Maicon (from Brazil Fluminense)[53]

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Ivan Levenets (released)[45]
10 Georgia (country) MF Davit Mujiri (to Georgia (country) Lokomotivi Tbilisi)[56]
18 Nigeria MF Sani Kaita (end of loan from France Monaco)[45]
19 Senegal FW Baye Djiby Fall (on loan to Norway Molde)[139]
20 Slovakia DF Ján Ďurica (on loan to Germany Hannover 96)[140]
25 Romania MF Răzvan Cociş (to Romania Timişoara)[141]
33 Belarus GK Artem Gomelko (on loan to Belarus Naftan Novopolotsk)[87]
34 Switzerland GK Eldin Jakupović (released)[142]
38 Russia MF Denis Voynov (to Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow)[143]
39 Russia MF Kirill Pavlov
48 Russia MF Pavel Pechyonkin
52 Russia MF Nikita Samokhin
57 Russia MF Pavel Deobald
59 Russia FW Semyon Fomin (on loan to Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow)[144]
67 Russia GK Ilya Kiselyov
77 Moldova MF Stanislav Ivanov (on loan to Russia Rostov, previously on loan at Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[145]
78 Russia MF Aleksandr Pankovets
89 Russia MF Vitali Dyakov
Slovakia DF Marián Had (to Slovakia Slovan Bratislava, previously on loan at Czech Republic Sparta Prague)[146]
Russia DF Vitali Marakhovskiy (to Belarus Dinamo Minsk, previously on loan at Russia Torpedo Armavir)[147]
Russia MF Roman Kontsedalov (to Russia Spartak Nalchik, previously on loan)[118]
Russia MF Aleksandr Cherevko (to Russia Nizhny Novgorod, previously on loan)[148]
Russia DF Nikita Denisov (previously on loan at Russia Vityaz Podolsk)
Russia MF Kantemir Berkhamov (previously on loan at Russia Spartak Nalchik)

FC Rostov

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

No. Position Player
1 Belarus GK Anton Amelchenko (from Russia Moscow)[56]
2 Belarus MF Timofei Kalachev (from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[132]
4 Nigeria DF Isaac Okoronkwo (from Russia Moscow)
8 Russia DF Gia Grigalava (on loan from Russia SKA Rostov-on-Don)[149]
9 Russia FW Roman Adamov (on loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[150]
14 Russia DF Anri Khagush (on loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[151]
17 Russia DF Sergei Shustikov (from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[56]
22 Serbia GK Dejan Radić (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[150]
24 Romania DF Sorin Ghionea (from Romania Steaua Bucureşti)[152]
27 Russia GK Maksim Kabanov (from Russia SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk)[153]
28 Russia FW Artyom Serdyuk (from Russia Taganrog)
33 Russia MF Sergei Tumasyan (from Russia SKA Rostov)
34 Ukraine DF Andriy Proshyn (from Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[81]
36 Russia DF Igor Gubanov
39 Russia MF Mirzaga Guseinpur (free agent, last team - Rostov until September 2009)
40 Russia MF Igor Ponomaryov
41 Russia MF Khoren Bayramyan
42 Russia FW Anton Kabanov (from Russia Kuban Krasnodar)
43 Russia FW Kirill Zaika
45 Russia MF Oleg Solonukha
46 Russia FW Konstantin Yavorskiy (from Russia Lokomotiv-2 Moscow)
48 Russia DF Aleksandr Mitkin (from Russia Smena-Zenit St. Petersburg)
49 Russia MF Nikita Vasilyev
50 Russia MF Irakli Khokhba
51 Russia DF Stanislav Engovatov (from Russia Smena-Zenit St. Petersburg)
52 Russia DF Andrei Semenchuk (from Russia Smena-Zenit St. Petersburg)
77 Moldova MF Stanislav Ivanov (on loan from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)[145]
81 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Dragan Blatnjak (from Russia Moscow)[56]

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Roman Gerus (released)[154]
8 Russia MF Maksim Astafyev (to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[44]
10 Russia MF Mikhail Osinov (to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[155]
12 Russia MF Pyotr Gitselov (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[155]
18 Serbia MF Branimir Petrović
24 Russia MF Sergei Kuznetsov (to Russia Khimki)[4][5]
27 Russia GK Stanislav Khoteyev (to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[156]
32 Russia DF Vladislav Dubovoy
37 Russia FW Sergei Chernyshyov
40 Russia MF Maksim Kalmykov
42 Russia MF Yevgeni Matrakhov
43 Russia FW Mikhail Ignatov
44 Russia GK Artyom Nazarov
45 Russia MF Ilya Bannov
46 Russia DF Aleksandr Vasilyev
48 Russia MF Maksim Levchenko
49 Russia DF Aleksei Sizintsev
50 Russia FW Vitali Kirichenko
52 Russia MF Artyom Syomka
54 Russia DF Ivan Lapin (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[157]
57 Russia DF Astemir Sheriyev (on loan to Russia Nizhny Novgorod)[158]
58 Russia DF Aleksei Klubkov
59 Russia DF Taymuraz Kozayev
60 Russia FW Dmitri Kortava
62 Russia DF Kirill Chekmaryov
63 Russia MF Andrei Lyakh
83 Russia DF Mikhail Rozhkov (released)[155]
85 Serbia MF Nenad Šljivić (to Serbia Jagodina)[159]
88 Russia FW Aleksandr Salugin (end of loan from Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[42]
Russia FW Mikhail Kozlov (to Russia Dynamo Saint Petersburg, previously on loan at Russia Vityaz Podolsk)[160]
Russia FW Yakov Ehrlich (previously on loan at Russia Volgograd)

Rubin Kazan

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

No. Position Player
10 Turkey FW Fatih Tekke (from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[122]
19 Russia DF Vitali Kaleshin (from Russia Moscow, previously on loan)
20 Uzbekistan FW Bahodir Nasimov (from Uzbekistan Samarqand-Dinamo)[161]
31 Russia DF Mikhail Badyautdinov (from Russia Rubin-2 Kazan)[162]
33 Spain DF Jordi (from Spain Celta Vigo)[163]
42 Russia DF Marat Doyati
55 Russia MF Artyom Kuklev (from Russia Rubin-2 Kazan)
66 Israel MF Bibras Natkho (from Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv)[164]
79 Russia GK Yuri Nesterenko (from Russia Krasnodar-2000)
82 Russia DF Mikhail Mischenko (end of loan to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)
86 Russia DF Vitali Ustinov (from Russia Moscow)
98 Moldova GK Ilie Cebanu (from Poland Wisła Kraków)[165]

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Sergei Kozko
2 Croatia DF Stjepan Tomas (to Turkey Gaziantepspor)[166]
10 Argentina FW Alejandro Domínguez (to Spain Valencia)[167]
24 Russia DF Aleksei Popov (to Russia Amkar Perm)[85]
27 Georgia (country) DF Dato Kvirkvelia (to Russia Anzhi Makhachala)
29 Georgia (country) GK Nukri Revishvili (to Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)
44 Russia DF Igor Klimov
56 Russia FW Ruslan Nagayev
64 Russia GK Dmitri Kortnev
80 Russia DF Dmitri Tarabrikov
Portugal MF Fábio Felício (to Portugal Vitória, previously on loan at Greece Asteras Tripoli)[168]
Russia DF Anri Khagush (on loan to Russia Rostov, previously on loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[151]
Brazil DF Gabriel Atz (to Bulgaria Chernomorets Burgas, previously on loan at Spain Gimnàstic de Tarragona)[169]
Russia MF Pyotr Gitselov (to Sweden Mjällby, previously on loan at Russia Rostov)[170]
Russia FW Roman Adamov (on loan to Russia Rostov, previously on loan at Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[150]
Russia DF Aleksandr Kulikov (on loan to Russia Krasnodar, previously on loan at Russia Salyut-Energia Belgorod)[171]
Russia FW Aleksandr Yarkin (to Russia Krasnodar, previously on loan at Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[172]
Russia FW Vladimir Dyadyun (on loan to Russia Spartak Nalchik, previously on loan at Russia Tom Tomsk)[157]
Russia DF Sergei Nesterenko (previously on loan at Russia SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk)
Russia MF Dmitri Shestakov (previously on loan at Russia Istra)

Saturn Moscow Oblast

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

No. Position Player
11 Russia MF Denis Boyarintsev (from Russia Spartak Moscow)[173]
13 Russia MF Dmitri Kudryashov (from Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[174]
20 Slovakia FW Martin Jakubko (from Russia Moscow)[61]
42 Russia DF Aleksandr Vlaskin (from Russia Saturn-2 Moscow Oblast)
43 Russia MF Andrei Savchenko
44 Russia MF Nikita Lapin
46 Russia MF Viktor Kuzmichyov (from Russia Togliatti)
51 Russia FW Shamil Kurbanov
52 Russia MF Aleksandr Semyachkin
79 Russia FW Marat Gubzhev (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)
80 Russia GK Aleksei Skornyakov

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

No. Position Player
9 Russia MF Makhach Gadzhiyev
17 Belarus FW Vladimir Yurchenko (on loan to Belarus Dnepr Mogilev)[175]
30 Russia GK Aleksandr Makarov (on loan to Russia Dynamo Saint Petersburg)[176]
35 Russia MF Ivan Temnikov (on loan to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[177]
42 Russia DF Fyodor Pronkov
43 Russia DF Vitali Zaitsev
45 Russia DF Mikhail Kuzyayev
46 Russia MF Mikhail Spirin
54 Russia DF Sergei Pervadchuk
59 Russia MF Aleksandr Medvedev
61 Tajikistan DF Farkhod Vasiev
66 Russia MF Aleksandr Grishchenko
68 Russia DF Andrei Kurasov
Russia GK Aleksei Botvinyev (on loan to Russia Krasnodar, previously on loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[43]
Russia DF Yegor Kvach (previously on loan at Russia Torpedo-ZIL Moscow)
Russia MF Sergei Belousov (previously on loan at Russia Zhemchuzhina-Sochi)
Russia MF Anatoli Gerk (previously on loan at Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)
Russia MF Anton Kozlov (previously on loan at Russia Nizhny Novgorod)

Sibir Novosibirsk

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Aleksei Solosin (from Russia Tom Tomsk)[178]
9 Russia FW Aleksandr Antipenko (from Russia Khimki)[15]
11 Czech Republic MF Tomáš Čížek (from Czech Republic Baumit Jablonec)[179]
15 Russia MF Ivan Nagibin (from Russia Chita)[79]
21 Serbia DF Nikola Valentić (from Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[79]
22 Belarus DF Egor Filipenko (on loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[180]
24 Lithuania DF Arūnas Klimavičius (from Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[179]
28 Russia FW Maksim Gorodtsov (from Russia Torpedo-ZIL Moscow)[181]
29 Russia MF Andrei Shreiner (from Russia Krasnodar)
30 Poland GK Wojciech Kowalewski (from Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki)[182]
33 Russia MF Pavel Logvinov (from Russia Saturn-2 Moscow Oblast)[183]
39 Russia FW Vladimir Glukhov (from Russia Sokol Saratov)
54 Russia MF Aleksei Vasilyev (from Russia Nosta Novotroitsk, previously on loan)[184]
65 Russia FW Artyom Dudolev
88 Russia MF Maksim Astafyev (from Russia Rostov)[44]
90 Russia MF Maksim Zhitnev (from Russia KUZBASS Kemerovo)
95 Russia MF Roman Belyayev (end of loan at Russia Chita)[185]
99 Russia FW Igor Shevchenko (from Russia Terek Grozny)[79]
Russia MF Yevgeni Polyakov (end of loan at Russia KUZBASS Kemerovo)[185]

Note: footballers transferred from Sibir-LFC (amateur level farm team) are not listed.

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

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Nenad Erić (to Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty)[186]
2 Russia DF Nikolai Samoylov (to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[187]
5 Russia MF Kirill Akilov
10 Republic of Macedonia FW Goran Stankovski (to Turkey Diyarbakırspor)[188]
11 South Korea MF Denis Laktionov
14 Russia DF Semyon Semenenko
22 Russia GK Sergei Chepchugov (to Russia CSKA Moscow)[58]
29 Russia MF Artyom Kabanov
65 Russia GK Aleksandr Dovbnya
79 Russia FW Sergei Shumilin (end of loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)
Russia MF Aleksandr Vasilyev (to Russia Metallurg-Yenisey Krasnoyarsk, previously on loan at Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[29]
Russia GK Timur Bagautdinov (on loan to Russia Tyumen, previously at Russia SOYUZ-Gazprom Izhevsk)[189]
Russia MF Aleksei Zhitnikov (to Russia Rotor Volgograd, previously on loan at Russia Vityaz Podolsk)[190]
Russia DF Igor Shestakov (to Russia Rotor Volgograd, previously on loan at Russia Chernomorets Novorossiysk)[190]

Spartak Moscow

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

No. Position Player
5 Russia MF Aleksandr Sheshukov (from Russia Moscow)[52]
8 Montenegro MF Nikola Drinčić (from Russia Amkar Perm)[87]
9 Brazil FW Ari (from Netherlands AZ)[191]
17 Czech Republic DF Marek Suchý (on loan from Czech Republic Slavia Prague)[192]
24 Russia FW Artem Dzyuba (end of loan at Russia Tom Tomsk)[193]
28 Russia GK Nikolai Zabolotny (from Russia Zenit St. Petersburg)[194]
29 Russia MF Pavel Golyshev (from Russia Moscow)[60]
31 Russia FW Nikolai Ivannikov (from Russia Academia Dimitrovgrad)[194]
40 Russia DF Konstantin Ryabov (from Russia Academia Dimitrovgrad)[194]
42 Russia GK Sergei Chernyshuk
44 Russia MF Maksim Terentyev
47 Russia DF Anton Ukolov
51 Russia MF Pavel Solomatin
57 Russia DF Nikolai Fadeyev
58 Russia DF Aleksandr Putsko
59 Russia MF Aleksandr Ilyin

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

No. Position Player
4 Germany DF Malik Fathi (on loan to Germany Mainz 05)[195]
5 Brazil MF Rafael Carioca (on loan to Brazil Vasco da Gama)[196]
7 Russia MF Denis Boyarintsev (to Russia Saturn Moscow Oblast)[173]
17 Moldova MF Serghei Covalciuc (to Russia Tom Tomsk)[197]
19 Russia FW Artur Maloyan (on loan to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast, previously on loan at Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)[90]
20 Lithuania DF Ignas Dedura (released)[198]
24 Russia MF Vladislav Ryzhkov (on loan to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[199]
37 Russia MF Yegor Lugachyov
39 Russia MF Igor Gorbatenko (on loan to Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[200]
40 Russia FW Vladimir Obukhov
50 Russia FW Artem Fomin (to Kazakhstan Kairat Almaty)[201]
52 Russia MF Oleg Dineyev
54 Russia MF Dmitri Tumenko
55 Ghana MF Quincy Owusu-Abeyie (on loan to England Portsmouth)[202]
56 Russia DF Marat Khiyasov
57 Russia FW Artyom Nozdrunov
58 Belarus DF Egor Filipenko (on loan to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk)[180]
81 Russia FW Eldar Nizamutdinov (end of loan from Russia Khimki)[198]
Russia MF Amir Bazhev (released, previously of loan at Russia Salyut-Energia Belgorod)[203]
Russia GK Dmitri Khomich (to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz, previously on loan at Russia Spartak Nalchik)[75]
Russia DF Roman Shishkin (previously on loan at Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara)[101]
Russia MF Konstantin Sovetkin (previously on loan at Russia Anzhi Makhachkala)[101]
Russia FW Aleksandr Prudnikov (previously on loan at Czech Republic Sparta Prague)[204]

Spartak Nalchik

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

No. Position Player
2 Russia DF Vladislav Khatazhyonkov (from Russia Vityaz Podolsk)[157]
3 Russia DF Viktor Vasin (end of loan at Russia Nizhny Novgorod)[87]
6 Russia DF Ivan Lapin (on loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[157]
7 Georgia (country) MF Gogita Gogua (end of loan at Russia Terek Grozny)[87]
10 Russia MF Nikita Malyarov (from Russia Nara-ShBFR Naro-Fominsk)[157]
11 Russia MF Roman Kontsedalov (from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow, previously on loan)[118]
13 Russia MF Aleksandr Shchanitsyn (from Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)[157]
14 Republic of the Congo FW Patrick Etchini (from Republic of the Congo Léopard de Dolisie)[157]
15 Slovenia FW Dejan Rusič (from Romania Timişoara)[205]
16 Russia GK Veniamin Mandrykin (on loan from Russia CSKA Moscow)[118]
21 Russia MF Oleg Shalayev (from Russia Krasnodar-2000)
22 Russia MF Vladimir Dyadyun (on loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[157]
23 Serbia DF Stefan Deak (from Serbia Veternik)[157]
27 Russia FW Aslan Barokov
30 Finland GK Otto Fredrikson (from Norway Lillestrøm)[157]
35 Russia FW Mikhail Bilaonov
37 Russia DF Azamat Merov
48 Russia MF Aleksandr Trubitsin
53 Russia MF Timur Teberdiyev
54 Russia DF Akhmat Chochuyev
57 Russia DF Ruslan Abazov
59 Russia FW Dzhashar Khubiyev

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

No. Position Player
2 Brazil DF Antonio Ferreira (to Russia Terek Grozny)[206]
3 Russia DF Dmitri Yatchenko (to Russia Terek Grozny)[207]
4 Russia DF Marat Alchagirov
10 Russia FW Nazir Kazharov
11 Belarus FW Artem Kontsevoy (on loan to Belarus BATE Borisov)[208]
13 Russia GK Dmitri Khomich (end of loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[192]
15 Russia MF Aslan Mashukov (to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz)[74]
22 Serbia GK Dejan Radić (to Russia Rostov)[150]
26 Russia FW Sergei Ovchinnikov
27 Russia GK Boris Shogenov
28 Russia MF Oleg Samsonov (end of loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[49]
29 Ukraine MF Serhiy Pylypchuk (end of loan from Russia Khimki)[87]
32 Russia DF Islam Goshokov
38 Russia MF Konstantin Mikhailov
42 Russia DF Salim Naurzokov
44 Russia FW Arsen Goshokov (to Russia Irtysh Omsk)[129]
48 Russia MF Vadim Zakharov
53 Russia DF Gerikhan Shogenov
55 Russia FW Shamil Asildarov (to Russia Terek Grozny)[209]
57 Russia FW Atsamaz Burayev
59 Russia DF Mikail Gadzhiyev
79 Russia FW Marat Gubzhev (to Russia Saturn Moscow Oblast)
84 Russia FW Rustem Kalimullin (end of loan from Russia KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny)[87]
88 Russia MF Kantemir Berkhamov (end of loan from Russia Lokomotiv Moscow)
90 Bosnia and Herzegovina MF Ricardo Santos Lago (end of loan from Russia Krasnodar)[87]
Kazakhstan GK David Loria (to Kazakhstan Irtysh Pavlodar, previously on loan at Kazakhstan Lokomotiv Astana)[210]
Russia MF Aslan Dyshekov (previously on loan at Russia Stavropol)[87]
Russia FW Marat Dzakhmishev (previously on loan at Russia Chernomorets Novorossiysk)[87]

Terek Grozny

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

No. Position Player
3 Russia DF Dmitri Yatchenko (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[207]
5 Brazil DF Antonio Ferreira (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[206]
6 Brazil DF Santana (on loan from Brazil Náutico)[211]
8 Brazil MF Maurício (from Brazil Fluminense)[212]
9 Cameroon MF Guy Stephane Essame (end of loan at Russia Nizhny Novgorod)[213]
11 Russia FW Shamil Asildarov (from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[209]
24 Russia MF Dmitri A. Smirnov (end of loan at Russia Tom Tomsk)[213]
27 Russia GK Ramzan Asayev
35 Russia DF Yusup Tepishev
38 Russia FW Salambek Elgadzhiyev
55 Russia MF Ramzan Sadulayev
71 Bolivia FW Juan Carlos Arce (from Bolivia Oriente Petrolero)[214]
76 Russia MF Alikhan Soltayev
78 Russia DF Alikhan Ediyev
80 Russia MF Islam Dzhabrailov
88 Russia MF Bekkhan Usmanov
93 Russia FW Apti Akhyadov
98 Russia DF Batyr Umarov (from Russia Lider Khosi-Yurt (D4))
99 Russia FW Khalid Kadyrov

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

No. Position Player
1 Albania GK Ilion Lika (to Albania FK Vllaznia)[215]
2 Slovakia DF Radoslav Zabavník (to Germany Mainz 05)[216]
5 Brazil DF Cléber (to Poland Wisła Kraków)[217]
6 Romania MF Andrei Mărgăritescu (to Romania Dinamo Bucureşti)[218]
8 Romania FW Daniel Pancu (to Bulgaria CSKA Sofia)[219]
11 Romania MF Florentin Petre (to Bulgaria CSKA Sofia)[220]
14 Bulgaria DF Valentin Iliev (to Romania Universitatea Craiova)[221]
19 Moldova GK Stepan Sikach (on loan to Russia Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan)[222]
26 Russia DF Sergei Bendz
26 Georgia (country) MF Gogita Gogua (end of loan from Russia Spartak Nalchik)[87]
35 Russia GK Askerkhan Dzhamuyev
42 Russia FW Islam Kadyrov
43 Russia DF Ismail Salmurzayev
54 Russia MF Magomed Muzayev
55 Russia FW Movsur Adamov
57 Russia MF German Kutarba
58 Brazil MF Fabrício (to Israel Maccabi Netanya)[223]
59 Russia MF Artyom Voronkin (to Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok)[224]
Russia FW Igor Shevchenko (to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk, previously on loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[79]
Cameroon MF Jean Bouli (to Russia Luch-Energiya Vladivostok, previously on loan at Russia Nizhny Novgorod)[225]
Russia FW Viktor Zemchenkov (to Russia Baltika Kaliningrad, previously on loan at Russia Nizhny Novgorod)[201]

Tom Tomsk

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

No. Position Player
9 Moldova MF Serghei Covalciuc (from Russia Spartak Moscow)[197]
14 Belarus FW Sergei Kornilenko (on loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[122]
15 Russia DF Sergei Golyatkin (previously on loan at Russia Chernomorets Novorossiysk)[87]
22 South Korea DF Park Hae-Sung (from South Korea Incheon United)[226]
23 Russia DF Georgi Dzhioyev (from Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[47]
44 Russia GK Vladimir Ageyev
50 Russia MF Yevgeni Koksharov
55 South Korea DF Kim Nam-Il (from Japan Vissel Kobe)[227]
62 Russia DF Artur Zaks
65 Russia MF Oleg Sokulov
69 Russia DF Maksim Suvorov
70 Russia FW Artyom Korotya
73 Russia DF Ilya Gerdt
87 United States FW Yevgeni Starikov (on loan from Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg)[228]
88 Russia MF Bobimirza Makhmudov
92 Russia DF Artyom Kochergin
99 Russia MF Aleksei Sazonov
South Korea FW Shin Young-Rok (from Turkey Bursaspor)[227]

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

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Ivan Perfilyev
14 Russia FW Artem Dzyuba (end of loan from Russia Spartak Moscow)[193]
21 Moldova DF Valeriu Catinsus (to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl)[229]
22 Russia FW Vladimir Dyadyun (end of loan from Russia Rubin Kazan)[193]
23 Slovenia MF Aleksandar Radosavljevič (to Greece Larissa)[230]
24 Russia MF Dmitri A. Smirnov (end of loan from Russia Terek Grozny)
30 Russia FW Aleksandr Zobnin (to Russia Avangard Kursk)
34 Russia DF Dmitri Sergeyev
35 Russia DF Ilya Vakhrushev
53 Russia MF Konstantin Sashilin
54 Russia MF Sergei Aksyonov
80 Russia FW Sergei Voronov
89 Russia DF Dmitri Matviyenko
Russia GK Aleksei Solosin (to Russia Sibir Novosibirsk, previously on loan at Russia Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast)
Russia GK Yevgeni Gorodov (to Russia Shinnik Yaroslavl, previously on loan at Russia Chita)[231]
Russia FW Anton Arkhipov (on loan to Russia Baltika Kaliningrad, previously on loan at Russia Chernomorets Novorossiysk)[232]
Russia FW Yevgeni Ponomaryov (previously on loan at Russia Irtysh Omsk)
Russia DF Valeri Voloshchuk (previously on loan at Russia Sibiryak Bratsk)
Russia MF Mikhail Vanyov (previously on loan at Russia Chita)[87]

Zenit Saint Petersburg

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

No. Position Player
8 Serbia FW Danko Lazović (from Netherlands PSV Eindhoven)[122]
11 Russia FW Aleksandr Kerzhakov (from Russia Dynamo Moscow)[122]
28 Denmark DF Michael Lumb (from Denmark AGF)[122]
30 Belarus GK Yuri Zhevnov (from Russia Moscow)[63]
37 Russia DF Aleksandr Khokhlov (end of loan at Russia Kuban Krasnodar)[49]
48 Russia DF Aslan Dudiyev (on loan from Russia Togliatti)[233]
63 Russia DF Denis Terentyev
64 Russia DF Ilya Lebedev
66 Russia DF Yuri Ponomarenko
74 Russia DF Vladimir Malyshev
77 Russia MF Aleksandr Petrov
78 Russia FW Vladislav Yefimov
81 Russia GK Aleksandr Glinskikh (from Russia Smena-Zenit St. Petersburg)
83 Russia DF Andrei Vasilyev
87 Russia MF Aleksei Kayukov
88 Russia DF Dmitri Telegin
90 Russia GK Aleksei Dugnist
93 Russia FW Aleksei Panfilov
95 Russia FW Pavel Shuvalov
97 Russia FW Vladislav Sirotov (from Russia Smena-Zenit St. Petersburg)

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

No. Position Player
1 Slovakia GK Kamil Čontofalský (to Cyprus AEL Limassol)[234]
5 South Korea DF Kim Dong-Jin (to South Korea Ulsan Hyundai Horang-i)[235]
9 Turkey FW Fatih Tekke (to Russia Rubin Kazan)[122]
19 Belarus FW Sergei Kornilenko (on loan to Russia Tom Tomsk)[122]
21 Russia MF Igor Semshov (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)[122]
30 Russia DF Pavel Komolov
33 Russia FW Pavel Ignatovich
37 Russia DF Dmitri Grebenev
51 Russia GK Vladimir Mukhin
53 Russia DF Pavel Mochalin
55 Russia DF Yan Bobrovskiy (to Lithuania Žalgiris Vilnius)
59 Russia DF Sergei Vasetskiy
77 Russia MF Aleksandr Petrov (to Russia Khimki)[3]
79 Russia FW Andrei Ornat (to Russia Dynamo Moscow)
87 United States FW Yevgeni Starikov (on loan to Russia Tom Tomsk)[228]
88 Serbia FW Mateja Kežman (end of loan from France Paris Saint-Germain)[236]
90 Russia GK Nikolai Zabolotny (to Russia Spartak Moscow)[194]
Russia FW Oleg Kozhanov (to Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod, previously on loan at Russia Khimki)[237]
Russia DF Ivan Lapin (on loan to Russia Spartak Nalchik, previously on loan at Russia Rostov)[157]
Russia GK Mikhail Kerzhakov (to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz, previously on loan at Russia Volgar-Gazprom-2 Astrakhan)
Finland DF Boris Rotenberg (on loan to Russia Alania Vladikavkaz, previously on loan at Russia Khimki)[21]
Russia MF Oleg Samsonov (previously on loan at Russia Spartak Nalchik)[49]
Russia MF Ilya Maksimov (previously on loan at Russia Khimki)
Russia FW Semyon Melnikov (previously on loan at Russia Vityaz Podolsk)
Russia MF Yuri Lebedev (previously on loan at Russia Baltika Kaliningrad)[49]

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  52. ^ a b SHESHUKOV TRANSFERS TO SPARTAK
  53. ^ a b c Lokomotiv Moscow sign Maicon and Slovenia's Ilic
  54. ^ a b Стельмах: в пятницу "Алания" подпишет Зуэлу и Маренича
  55. ^ a b Дмитрий Тарасов стал игроком «Локомотива»
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  58. ^ a b c d PFC CSKA sign Chepchugov and Nababkin
  59. ^ a b c d e f DYNAMO WELCOME BACK IGOR SEMSHOV
  60. ^ a b GOLISHEV JOINS SPARTAK
  61. ^ a b Jakubko comes back in Saturn
  62. ^ Крунич расторг контракт с ФК "Москва" и стал свободным агентом
  63. ^ a b ZENIT SIGN ZHEVNOV ON A FOUR-YEAR DEAL
  64. ^ a b “Алания” подписала контракт с Дакостой
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  66. ^ a b Сын тренера Петракова перешёл в "Динамо"
  67. ^ Hertha holt Hubnik
  68. ^ "Москва" продала "Рубину" права на Калешина
  69. ^ Maxi Lopez al Catania
  70. ^ a b Контракты с "Ротором" подписали два полузащитника
  71. ^ Стельмах: Кейта нужно подготовиться к чемпионату миру в ЮАР
  72. ^ a b “Алания” подписала Габулова и Оганяна
  73. ^ “Алания” подписала Зайко Зебу
  74. ^ a b Машуков сменил "Спартак-Нальчик" на "Аланию"
  75. ^ a b "АЛАНИЯ" УКРЕПИЛА СРАЗУ ЧЕТЫРЕ ЛИНИИ
  76. ^ Mamah in Premier-League of Russia
  77. ^ a b ALANIYA READIES FOR SATURN
  78. ^ a b ЮРИЙ КИРИЛЛОВ ПРОВЕДЕТ СЕЗОН В «АЛАНИИ»
  79. ^ a b c d e "Сибирь" подписала контракты с Валентичем, Нагибиным и Шевченко
  80. ^ Годунок: подумываю о завершении карьеры
  81. ^ a b АНДРЕЙ ПРОШИН ПЕРЕШЕЛ В «РОСТОВ»
  82. ^ a b "Алания" рассталась с Варзиевым и Пащенко
  83. ^ Дедечко продолжит карьеру в Перми
  84. ^ "Амкар": третий новобранец межсезонья
  85. ^ a b Попов возвращется в "Амкар"
  86. ^ "Амкар": первый новобранец
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  88. ^ ZAGREB OTPUTOVAO U TURSKU - Uz Vidoševića potpisao i Babić
  89. ^ Олеников, Епифанов и Маркосов стали "горожанами"
  90. ^ a b Сикимич и Малоян – в «Урале»
  91. ^ "Амкар": о переходах
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  95. ^ "Анжи" обыграла чемпионов Казахстана
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  101. ^ a b c d e ПРОВОДЫ РАДИ ВСТРЕЧ
  102. ^ ЗАЩИТНИК ЦСКА ПЕРЕШЕЛ В НИЖЕГОРОДСКУЮ "ВОЛГУ"
  103. ^ Мошеникът Рабех пак излъга – подписа с клуб от Мароко (Bulgarian)
  104. ^ «Волгу» могут усилить Ндри и Марцваладзе
  105. ^ Keisuke Honda naar CSKA Moskou
  106. ^ PFC CSKA sign Sekou Oliseh
  107. ^ Unsettled Ignashevich, Georgian Teenagers, and Saenko Speculations
  108. ^ Думбия присоединится к ЦСКА в июле
  109. ^ Brazilian Carvalho joins Qatar's Al Arabi
  110. ^ RYZHOV TO JOIN URAL ON LOAN
  111. ^ ТРАНСФЕРНЫЕ НОВОСТИ
  112. ^ GREECE/ OFFICIAL, Jesus to Larissa
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  114. ^ POMAZAN JOINS URAL ON LOAN
  115. ^ KUDRYAVTSEV TO JOIN SHINNIK ON LOAN
  116. ^ «Луч-Энергия» заключил контракты с тремя игроками
  117. ^ Esperance Sign Ganiyu Oseni
  118. ^ a b c d С полузащитником «Локомотива» подписан контракт
  119. ^ Рамон был представлен в качестве игрока "Фламенго"
  120. ^ ВЛАСОВ ОТДАН В АРЕНДУ
  121. ^ Dossena leaves, Voronin latest
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  124. ^ Александр ДИМИДКО АРЕНДОВАН ХАБАРОВСКИМ СКА-ЭНЕРГИЕЙ
  125. ^ ГЕНКОВ ВЕРНУЛСЯ В БОЛГАРИЮ, А ФЕРНАНДЕСА ОБОКРАЛИ
  126. ^ Карчемарскас перешёл из "Динамо" в "Газиантепспор"
  127. ^ Луис АГИЯР АРЕНДОВАН «БРАГОЙ»
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  130. ^ К матчу с "Локомотивом" готовятся 23 футболиста "Крыльев Советов"
  131. ^ Юрий Газзаев: За неделю мы должны стать командой
  132. ^ a b KALACHEV RETURNED TO ROSTOV
  133. ^ Zaragoza swoop to sign Jiri Jarosik
  134. ^ a b Владислав Игнатьев стал игроком «Локомотива»
  135. ^ Koller signs for Cannes
  136. ^ Криворучко вновь стал игроком «Локомотива»
  137. ^ «Локомотив» и «Дордой» договорились о годичной аренде Мирлана Мурзаева
  138. ^ Oleksandr Aliyev becomes Lokomotiv player
  139. ^ Джиби Фалл отдан в аренду «Мельде»
  140. ^ 96 sign Jan Durica
  141. ^ Cociş, până în vară la FC Timişoara!
  142. ^ "Локомотив" расторг контракт с Якуповичем
  143. ^ Железнодорожники нацелились на форварда "Флуминенсе" Майкона
  144. ^ Фомин перешёл на правах аренды в "Локомотив-2"
  145. ^ a b «РОСТОВ» АРЕНДУЕТ У «ЛОКОМОТИВА» ИВАНОВА
  146. ^ Бывший защитник «Локомотива» Хад подписал контракт со «Слованом»
  147. ^ Защитник «Локомотива» продолжит карьеру в минском «Динамо»
  148. ^ Александр Черевко - снова в ФК "Нижний Новгород"!
  149. ^ ГИА ГРИГАЛАВА ВЕРНУЛСЯ В «РОСТОВ»
  150. ^ a b c d «РОСТОВ» ЗАКЛЮЧИЛ КОНТРАКТЫ С ТРЕМЯ НОВИЧКАМИ
  151. ^ a b ХАГУШ БУДЕТ ВЫСТУПАТЬ В «РОСТОВЕ»
  152. ^ «РОСТОВ» ПОДПИСАЛ КОНТРАКТ С КАПИТАНОМ «СТЯУА»
  153. ^ «РОСТОВ» ПОДПИСАЛ КОНТРАКТ С МАКСИМОМ КАБАНОВЫМ
  154. ^ News in Sport-Express dated 17 December 2009
  155. ^ a b c ХАГУШ - В ТУРЦИИ С "РОСТОВОМ"
  156. ^ В «Шиннике» - новый вратарь
  157. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Нальчикский "Спартак" планирует заявить на чемпионат России 24 игроков
  158. ^ Новые футболисты
  159. ^ НЕНАД СЛИВИЧ ПРОДОЛЖИТ КАРЬЕРУ НА РОДИНЕ
  160. ^ Макаров, Лобов и Козлов стали динамовцами
  161. ^ Насимов перешел в "Рубин"
  162. ^ Михаил Бадяутдинов перешел в "Рубин"
  163. ^ Celta y Rubin Kazan cierran el traspaso de Jordi
  164. ^ Натхо подписал четырехлетний контракт с "Рубином"
  165. ^ "Ilie Cebanu w Rubinie Kazań" (in Polish). 90minut.pl. 17 January 2010. http://www.90minut.pl/news/113/news1131826-Ilie-Cebanu-w-Rubinie-Kazan.html. Retrieved 17 January 2010. 
  166. ^ Томас перешёл из "Рубина" в "Газиантепспор"
  167. ^ 'I decided to come to Valencia CF as it's a great club'.
  168. ^ Guimaraes capture Fabio Felicio
  169. ^ Бразилец и португалец пристигнаха в "Черноморец Бургас"
  170. ^ Гицелов перешел из «Ростова» в шведский «Мьелльбю»
  171. ^ «КРАСНОДАР» ВЗЯЛ В АРЕНДУ АЛЕКСАНДРА КУЛИКОВА
  172. ^ ФОРВАРД АЛЕКСАНДР ЯРКИН БУДЕТ ВЫСТУПАТЬ ЗА «КРАСНОДАР»
  173. ^ a b Boyarintsev signed contract with Saturn
  174. ^ Dmitry Kudryashov became a player of Saturn
  175. ^ "Сатурн" отдал Юрченко в аренду могилёвскому "Днепру"
  176. ^ Макаров - в питерском «Динамо»
  177. ^ Переходы
  178. ^ Алексей Солосин стал игроком "Сибири"
  179. ^ a b Игорь Криушенко: "Везем в Турцию девять новичков"
  180. ^ a b FILIPENKO JOINS FC SIBIR ON LOAN
  181. ^ Трансферы межсезонья 2009/2010 в России, 2 дивизион, зона "Запад"
  182. ^ Witamy, Wojciech!
  183. ^ Логвинов — в «Сибири»
  184. ^ Новый контракт Алексея Васильева
  185. ^ a b В "Сибирь" вернулись отданные в аренду футболисты
  186. ^ Контур состава обозначен
  187. ^ «Урал» начал подготовку к сезону
  188. ^ Diyarbakırspor'un anlaştığı Makedon golcü beklemede
  189. ^ News in Sport-Express dated 3 March 2010
  190. ^ a b Переходы
  191. ^ ARI JOINS SPARTAK
  192. ^ a b Спортивный директор "Спартака" Дмитрий Попов: Джанаев начинает карьеру с нуля
  193. ^ a b c "Томь" расстается с Радосавлевичем и Поляковым и приобретает корейского форварда
  194. ^ a b c d ДУБЛЕРЫ ВЫЛЕТАЮТ В ИТАЛИЮ
  195. ^ FSV MAINZ 05 LOANS FATHI
  196. ^ RAFAEL CARIOCA MOVES TO VASCO DA GAMA
  197. ^ a b Сергей Ковальчук подписал двухлетний контракт с "Томью"
  198. ^ a b «СПАРТАК» ГОВОРИТ СПАСИБО КОВАЛЬЧУКУ, ДЕДУРЕ И НИЗАМУТДИНОВУ
  199. ^ РЫЖКОВ ОТДАН В АРЕНДУ «ШИННИКУ»
  200. ^ Горбатенко – в «Урале»
  201. ^ a b News in Sport-Express dated 13 March 2010
  202. ^ QUINCY ON LOAN TO PORTSMOUTH
  203. ^ Если потребуется, Малоян вернется в "Спартак" летом
  204. ^ Спортивный директор «Спартака» Дмитрий Попов: Кариока должен прибыть на сбор «Спартака»
  205. ^ Ряды «Спартака-Нальчик» пополнил форвард из Словении
  206. ^ a b Антонио Феррейра перешел в "Терек"
  207. ^ a b News in Sport-Express dated 19 December 2009
  208. ^ Концевой перешёл на правах аренды в БАТЭ
  209. ^ a b Шамиль Асильдаров подписал контракт с "Тереком"
  210. ^ "Иртыш" подписал Давида Лория
  211. ^ "ТЕРЕК" ПОПОЛНИЛСЯ ЕЩЕ ОДНИМ БРАЗИЛЬЦЕМ
  212. ^ Маурисиу подписал контракт с "Тереком"
  213. ^ a b БАЙДАЧНЫЙ УЖЕ ОПРЕДЕЛИЛСЯ С СОСТАВОМ НА СЕМЬДЕСЯТ ПРОЦЕНТОВ
  214. ^ "ТЕРЕК" ПОДПИСАЛ КОНТРАКТ С ХАВБЕКОМ СБОРНОЙ БОЛИВИИ
  215. ^ Portieri Lika: Me Vllaznine dua te kthehem serish ne kombetare
  216. ^ Mainz 05 verpflichtet slowakischen Nationalspieler Radoslav Zabavnik (German)
  217. ^ Клебер подписал контракт с «Вислой»
  218. ^ S-a intors Margaritescu
  219. ^ Панку перейдет в софийский ЦСКА
  220. ^ Petre returns to CSKA Sofia
  221. ^ de "naţională" pentru Craiova
  222. ^ "Терек" отдал в аренду голкипера Степана Секача
  223. ^ הקשר פבריסיו קאברל חתם בקבוצה, האימון הועבר לקדימה בשל הגשמים (Hebrew)
  224. ^ "Луч-Энергия" подписал контракты с тремя игроками
  225. ^ Жан Були и Евгений Шмаков – игроки «Луча-Энергии»
  226. ^ "Томь" оформила отношения с Пак Хе Саном
  227. ^ a b Footballer looks ahead and abroad for ’10 season
  228. ^ a b Корниленко и Стариков будут отданы в аренду
  229. ^ Трансферные новости
  230. ^ Радосавлевич перешёл в "Лариссу"
  231. ^ «Шинник» подписал контракт с вратарем ФК «Чита»
  232. ^ Переходы
  233. ^ «Зенит» взял в аренду Дудиева
  234. ^ "Zenit St. Petersburg Winter Transfers: What Does Luciano Spalletti Need?" (in English). Sportsnewsandscores.com. 3 January 2010. http://www.sportsnewsandscores.com/zenit-st-petersburg-winter-transfers-what-does-luciano-spalletti-need.html. Retrieved 12 January 2010. 
  235. ^ Korean doctor gives Kim green light to play
  236. ^ KEZMAN RETURNS TO PARIS
  237. ^ Заключен контракт с Кожановым







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