Wellington Phoenix Ins, Outs & Squad for 2019/20

See all the ins and outs for Wellington Phoenix ahead of the upcoming Hyundai A-League 2019/20 Season.

This list is as of October 17, 1pm AEST, and does not include player transfers made before April 29, the end of the Hyundai A-League 2018/19 regular season.

TRANSFER HUB: All of the Hyundai A-League Ins and Outs
EXPLAINER: How does the transfer window work?

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Luke DeVere (Brisbane Roar) Story
Stefan Marinović (Bristol City) Story 
Walter Scott (Perth Glory) Story
Jaushua Sotirio (unattached) Story
Ben Waine (Academy) Story
Callum McCowatt (Eastern Suburbs) Story
Cameron Devlin (Sydney FC) Story
Ulises Davila (Delhi Dynamos) Story
Liam McGing (Sutherland Sharks) Story
David Ball (Rotherham United) Story
Te Atawhai Hudson-Wihongi (Onehunga Sports FC) Story
Tim Payne (Eastern Suburbs) Story
Matti Steinmann (Hamburger SV) Story
Reno Piscopo (Renate FC) Story
Gary Hooper (Sheffield Wednesday) Story


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


Liberato Cacace, Oliver Sail, Zac Jones, Louis Fenton, Steven Taylor, Alex Rufer, Callan Elliot, Stefan Marinovic, Walter Scott, Jaushua Sotirio, Luke DeVere, Ben Waine, Callum McCowatt, Cameron Devlin, Ulises Davila, Te Atawhai Hudson-Wihongi, Tim Payne, Matti Steinmann, Reno Piscopo

Filip Kurto
Keeper Filip Kurto has left to join new Hyundai A-League outfit Western United