Signing news: All of the Hyundai A-League Ins & Outs

The transfer window is open and negotiations are already underway as Hyundai A-League clubs start building their squads for the 2019/20 season.

You can find all signings and player departures for every club below.

This list is as of June 17, 4:00pm AEST, and does not include player transfers made before April 29, the end of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 regular season.

Adelaide United

IN

N/A

OUT

Isaias (released) Story
Scott Galloway (Melbourne City) Story
Baba Diawara (released) Story

Diawara
Adelaide United parted ways with Baba Diawara

Brisbane Roar

IN

N/A

OUT

Matt McKay (retired), Henrique, Thomas Kristensen, Brett Holman, Luke DeVere, Eric Bautheac, Eli Babalj, Joe Caletti, Charles Lokoli-Ngoy, Alex Lopez, Tobias Mikkelsen, Stefan Nigro, Brendan White and Ruon Tongyik (all released) Story
 

McKay
Retiring legend Matt McKay headlines an exodus at Brisbane Roar under new head coach Robbie Fowler

Central Coast Mariners

IN

Ruon Tongyik (Brisbane Roar) Story
Giancarlo Gallifuoco (Western Sydney Wanderers) Story

OUT

Peter Kekeris (released) Story
Tom Hiariej, Corey Gameiro, Joe Gauci (released) Story
Andrew Hoole (Broadmeadow Magic) Story

Giancarlo Gallifuoco signs for the Central Coast Mariners
Snared by Alen Stajcic: Giancarlo Gallifuoco

Macarthur FC (join the Hyundai A-League from 2020/21 Season)

IN

N/A

OUT

N/A

Melbourne City

IN

Scott Galloway (Adelaide United) Story
Craig Noone (Bolton Wanderers) Story 

OUT

James Delianov (Western United) Story
Eugene Galekovic (retired) Story 
Ritchie De Laet (Aston Villa), Shayon Harrison (Tottenham Hotspur), Riley McGree (Club Brugge) - end of loan spell Story
Dario Vidosic Story

Scott Galloway
Scott Galloway will don Melbourne City colours in 2019/20

Melbourne Victory

IN

Jay Barnett (Brisbane Roar) Story

OUT

Keisuke Honda (released) Story
Carl Valeri (retired) Story
Georg Niedermeier, Raul Baena, Jai Ingham (all released) Story
Rahmat Akbari (end of loan) Story 
Kosta Barbarouses Story

GNRBJI
Raul Baena, Georg Niedermeier and Jai Ingham have all been let go by Victory

Newcastle Jets

IN

Pat Langlois (promoted, youth team) Story
Matt Millar (Central Coast Mariners) Story

OUT

Roy O'Donovan Story
Ronald Vargas, Daniel Georgievski, Jair, Nick Cowburn, Jake Adelson, Kwabena Appiah (all released) Story

Roy O'Donovan
Newcastle Jets opted to withdraw their offer to keep Roy O'Donovan

Perth Glory

IN

N/A

OUT

Brendon Santalab (retired) Story
Fabio Ferreira, Walter Scott (released) Story
Jacob Italiano (Borussia Monchengladbach, Germany) Story

Santalqab
Brendon Santalab has called time on his professional career

Sydney FC

IN

Kosta Barbarouses (Melbourne Victory) Story, Full Press Conference

OUT

Alex Brosque (retired) Story
Siem de Jong (Ajax), Reza Ghoochannejhad (APOEL), Anthony Caceres (Manchester City), Daniel De Silva (Central Coast Mariners) - end of loan spell Story
Aaron Calver (Western United) Story
Josh Brillante, Jop van der Linden, Alex Cisak, Mitch Austin, Jacob Tratt, Cameron Devlin (all released) Story

Siem de Jong
Siem de Jong has returned to his parent club Ajax

Wellington Phoenix

IN

Luke DeVere (Brisbane Roar) Story
Stefan Marinović (Bristol City) Story 
Walter Scott (Perth Glory) Story
Jaushua Sotirio (unattached) Story

OUT

Filip Kurto (Western United) Story
Max Burgess (Western United) Story
Roy Krishna (unconfirmed) Story
Nathan Burns, Antony Golec, Justin Gulley, Michal Kopczyński, Ryan Lowry, Cillian Sheridan (all released) Story
David Williams (unconfirmed) Story
Andrew Durante (Western United) Story
Tom Doyle (unconfirmed) Story

Filip Kurto
2018/19 Goalkeeper of the Year Filip Kurto has pledged his allegiance to Western United

Western Sydney Wanderers

IN

Daniel Georgievski (Newcastle Jets) Story
Pirmin Schwegler (Hannover 96, Germany) Story
Daniel Lopar (St. Gallen, Switzerland) Story
Radoslaw Majewski (Pogon Szczecin) Story

OUT

Brendan Hamill (Western United) Story
Giancarlo Gallifuoco (Central Coast Mariners) Story
Josh Risdon (Western United) Story
Oriol Riera, Roly Bonevacia, Raul Llorente, Alexander Baumjohann, Jaushua Sotirio, Abraham Majok, Marc Tokich, Rashid Mahazi, John Roberts (all released) Story

Pirmin Schwegler playing for Hannover 96 in the Bundesliga
Pirmin Schwegler joins the Wanderers from Bundesliga club Hannover 96

Western United

IN

Max Burgess (Wellington Phoenix) Story
James Delianov (Melbourne City) Story
Andrew Durante (Wellington Phoenix) Story 
Ersan Gulum (uncontracted) Story
Brendan Hamill (Western Sydney Wanderers) Story
Filip Kurto (Wellington Phoenix) Story
Scott McDonald (Partick Thistle) Story