Levante add two more
Levante's busy summer in the transfer market continues apace with two more signings.
By Mark Kendall
Last Updated: 29/07/07 4:39pm
Levante's busy summer in the transfer market continues apace with the Valencia-based outfit wrapping up two more deals.
The Primera side have presented both striker Alexandre Geijo, who has moved from Xerez, and Serbian goalkeeper Vladan Kujovic.
Geijo was originally scheduled to join last summer but a contractual wrangle - that was ultimately settled by the LFP (Spanish League) - saw him ordered to stay on at Xerez.
The 24-year-old admitted the episode had rendered last season as something of a "mental block", but is now looking to demonstrate his ability in the top flight.
"When a Primera team is following you and you have the chance to make the step up everything changes," he stated. "I hope to prove myself in the Primera."
Kujovic (pictured) arrives from Roda JC after coming to the end of his contract in Holland.
The 28-year-old will replace veteran Jose Francisco Molina who left Levante earlier in the summer and the Serb is relishing his chance to play in Spain.
"I want to improve and this is a step forward in my career," he explained. "I have played for the last five years in Holland and this is a big step forward."
Levante have now signed seven players this summer with Shota Arveladze (AZ Alkmaar), Bruno Cirillo (AEK Athens), Emilio Viqueira (Recreatico de Huelva), Savio (Real Sociedad) and David Castedo (Sevilla) having already agreed moves.