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Eight U.S. internationals move during the summer
by Paul Kennedy, September 2nd, 2009 7AM



[AMERICANS ABROAD] Eight U.S. internationals moved during the summer transfer market abroad, but only two commanded a transfer fee -- forwards Charlie Davies (moving from Sweden's Hammarby to France's Sochaux and Kenny Cooper (from FC Dallas to German second division club 1860 Munich). The other players with national team experience either moved in loan deals or as free agents. For all the moves involving top-flight clubs ...

*Freddy Adu
, Monaco/FRA to Benfica/POR, end of loan deal, to Belenenses/POR, loan
*Jozy Altidore, Xerez/SPA to Villarreal/SPA, end of loan deal, to Hull City/ENG, loan
Cody Arnoux, Wake Forest Univ. to Everton/ENG
Edgar Castillo, Club America/MEX to Tigres/MEX, loan
Dominic Cervi, free agent to Celtic/SCO
*Kenny Cooper, FC Dallas to 1860 Munich/GER
*Charlie Davies, Hammarby/SWE to Sochaux/FRA
Gabriel Ferrari, Sampdoria/ITA to Foggia/ITA, loan
*Kamani Hill, Wolfsburg/GER to Guimaraes/POR
*Marcus Hahnemann, Reading/ENG to Wolves/ENG
Erik Hort, Hapoel, Maccabi Tel Aviv/ISR to  Ra'anana/ISR
Charles Kazlauskas, TOP Oss/NED to Helmond Sport/NED
Tyrel Lacey, Univ. of Tulsa to Lyn/NOR
Giuseppe Nazzani, Bologna/ITA to Figline/ITA
*Oguchi Onyewu, Standard Liege/BEL to AC Milan/ITA
Jesus Padilla, Chivas/MEX to Chivas USA, loan
Anton Peterlin, Ventura County Fusion to Everton/ENG
Johann Smith
, Toronto FC to HNK Rijeka/CRO
*Danny Szetela, Brescia/ITA to Racing Santander/SPA, end of loan deal, to D.C. United
Matt Taylor, Koblenz/GER to FSV Frankfurt/GER
*U.S. international.

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