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Kermit Erasmus signs for AFC Eskilstuna in Sweden

South Africa international Kermit Erasmus has completed a move to AFC Eskilstuna, according to the Swedish side's official website.

The 27-year-old had been without a club after he was released from his contract at Stade Rennais in February 2018, and had been linked with a move back to his homeland.

Erasmus has signed a two-year deal with the second-tier side, and is keen to rediscover the form that once made him one of the most feared attackers in southern Africa.

"I hope to win the love of fans...

Ex-Arsenal defender Jernade Meade on Montreal Impact's radar - sources

Jernade Meade made two appearances for Arsenal's first team.

Former Arsenal defender Jernade Meade is a target for Major League Soccer club Montreal Impact, sources close to the player have told ESPN FC.

Meade plays for Swedish club AFC United, but the 25-year-old's contract expires next month and his availability on a free transfer has alerted a number of clubs.

Sources said Djurgarden were keen to keep the left-back in Sweden, while several English clubs outside the Premier League are also monitoring his situation.

Impact are planning to rebuild their squad...

ESPN FC  By Keith Moore

'Misunderstood' ex-Arsenal star Emmanuel Frimpong rebuilding career

Emmanuel Frimpong is rebuilding his career at Eskilstuna, his fourth club since leaving Arsenal in 2014.

ESKILSTUNA, Sweden -- Emmanuel Frimpong was feeling the back of his leg as he walked out of the home changing room after AFC Eskilstuna's latest home match.

A tweaked hamstring was the latest niggle in an injury-plagued few years for the former Arsenal midfielder. It's been a stop-start season in what has been a stop-start career so far for Frimpong.

The 25-year-old's latest appearance came on Sunday as a 74th-minute substitute against Hacken. Wearing the No. 20 shirt with "Frimmy" on the back,...

ESPN FC  By Keith Moore

Arsenal missing Champions League is chance to start afresh - Frimpong

ESKILSTUNA, Sweden -- Former Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has told ESPN FC that he believes the disappointment of missing out on next season's Champions League might be the push the London side need.

The 25-year-old, who now plays for Swedish side AFC Eskilstuna, said he didn't think the season had gone well for his boyhood club but missing out on a place in Europe's top club competition could be a catalyst for positive change.

Frimpong told ESPN FC during an interview about life at his...