Transfer round-up: Friday's deals saw a number of veteran internationals on the move.
Newly promoted Leicester City FC landed one of English football's most experienced strikers in the 36-year-old Les Ferdinand. The former English international arrived from relegated West Ham United FC. "There were other clubs in the running but once I spoke to [Leicester manager] Micky Adams I made my mind up pretty quickly," Ferdinand said.
Ferdinand will be joined at Leicester by French midfield player Lilian Nalis, who has signed from AC Chievo Verona. The 31-year-old impressed Adams while playing for SC Bastia last year, and his new manager said: "I watched him three or four times at Bastia and liked what I saw."
Tøfting on the move
Former Danish international midfield player Stig Tøfting has moved further afield to kick-start his career after being released from Bolton Wanderers FC. The 34-year-old has left Europe for Chinese side Tianjin Taida. "Tøfting has impressed us," said Tianjin manager Zhang Yifeng.
At FC Brasov, two old Romanian internationals have joined forces with 35-year-old goalkeeper Florin Prunea linking up with former team-mate and current Brasov coach Marius Lacatus. Prunea has agreed a two-year contract.
Back to Poland
Meanwhile in Poland, international striker Pawel Kryszalowicz has returned home to KS Amica Wronki from Germany's Eintracht Frankfurt. The 29-year-old is back at the club he quit for Eintracht in 2000 saying that he wants to play top-flight football again.
Spanish side RCD Espanyol have signed striker Raúl Molina on a four-year contract from relegated RC Recreativo de Huelva, while former Espanyol winger Enrique de Lucas has penned a four-year deal with Deportivo Alavés after a loan spell with Chelsea FC.
'Impressed by talks'