J2 news

It has been quite busy in J2 this week in terms of player movement. Here is a quick recap of some of the main movements.

  • Brazilian defender Dudu has left Tochigi SC to move to J1 side Kashiwa Reysol
  • Yuji Senuma, scorer of 7 goals this season while on loan, has also left Tochigi and returned to his parent club Shimizu S-Pulse
  • Tochigi have brought in re-inforcements in the shape of striker Yudai Nishikawa from Kataller Toyama and midfielder Isao Homma from Albirex Niigata
  • J2 bottom side Kataller Toyama brought in Takumi Miyayoshi from Kyoto Sanga on loan, but Shoya Nakajima‘s loan has been cut short and he has returned to FC Tokyo.
  • Kataller have also added loan players in the form of Consadole Sapporo defender Takayuki Mae & FC Tokyo goalkeeper Ryoutaro Hironaga
  • FC Tokyo’s Shuto Konno, a striker who spent last year out on loan, has again been sent out on loan this year after signing a deal with JEF United.
  • J2 juggernaut Shonan Bellmare added to their already impressive midfield depth by taking Andrew Kumagaya on loan from J1 side Yokohama F.Marinos
  • Roasso Kumamoto have brought in Vissel Kobe midfielder Issei Takayanagi on loan
  • Fagiano Okayama have tried to bolster their attack, not that it particularly needed any bolstering in my opinion, by bringing in ex-Ventforet Kofu striker Hugo
  • Young defender Kyohei Nishino, who was on loan at Tokyo Verdy, has been called back by reigning J1 champions Sanfrecce Hiroshima
  • One player that has signed for Verdy is ex-FC Gifu forward Abuda. Verdy will be the Brazilian forward’s 20th club.
  • V-Varen Nagasaki have added yet another goalkeeper by signing Yuki Uekusa on loan from Vissel Kobe

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