Pavle Vagic (mid) Jönköpings, V. Birmancevic (att) Cukaricki, Antonio Colak (att) PAOK
Isaac Thelin (att) Anderlecht -return from loan-, Samuel Adrian (mid) Falkenbergs loan, R. Bengtsson (def) Free , M. Antonsson (att) Halmstads -on loan-, Traustason New England, Romain Gall (mid) Orebro
Thanks to a great comeback in the second half of the last season and also to an impressive home streak, as they remained undefeated in their last 19 Allsvenskan home matches, Malmo managed to win the title.
With Thelin returning to Anderlecht after his end of loan, Malmo had to find a solution in scoring and they found it on Antonio Colak, a Croatian striker who was playing in Greece for PAOK. According to all experts, Colak could be the top goalscorer of the league scoring around 15 goals or even more.
Birmancevic was also a very good addition in the offseason for Malmo as the winger had scored 9 goals and served 5 assists in 22 matches in Serbia last season.
Malmo is undoubtedly one of the most, if not the most, experienced team in the league and that also counts when the going is getting tough
No question that Malmo's target is to win the Allsvenskan title again