transfer deadline day

Transfer Deadline Day is here again. The window officially closes at midnight on Wednesday 31 August 2016 across the top leagues around the world.


We’ve got all the latest news, gossip and rumours of the movement of African payers here on Africa Football Shop’s live blog, not forgetting the odd bit of deadline day fun!


DONE DEAL: Hull City have completed the loan signing of Dieumerci Mbokani from Dynamo Kiev

DEAL DONE: Christopher Samba has signed for Panathinaikos on a free transfer.
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DONE DEAL: Algeria striker @slimaniislam completes a #DeadlineDay move to Leicester City from Sporting Lisbon

DONE DEAL: Allan Nyom has joined West Bromwich Albion from Premier League rivals Watford FC for undisclosed fee

DONE DEAL: Nigeria striker Sadiq Umar joins Bologna on loan from Roma

Tottenham have signed Marseille’s NKoudou, with Cameroon international Clinton Njie joining the French side on loan until the end of the season.

Nigeria youth international Kelechi Nwakali has joined Dutch second-tier side MVV Maastricht on loan from Arsenal.

DONE DEAL: Christian Atsu joins Championship side Newcastle United on loan from Chelsea for the season.

DONE DEAL: Gabon’s Didier Ndong moves from Lorient to Sunderland for a club record fee. He signs a five-year deal.

OFFICIAL: Ghana striker Asamoah Gyan signs for Al Ahli UAE on a season-long loan from Shanghai SIPG

PENDING: Everton close to club record £35m deal for Porto & Algeria forward Yacine Brahimi

DONE DEAL: Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Bony joins Stoke City on loan from Manchester City.
Bony Stoke Transfer

DONE DEAL: Nigeria & AS Monaco Left-Back Elderson Echejile joins Belgian side Standard Liége on a 1-year loan.

DONE DEAL: Moussa Sow re-joins Fenerbache from UAE champions Ah Ahli on a season long loan.

AFS Sources: Everton & Senegal forward Oumar Niasse is in Palermo as he finalises a potential loan move to the Italian club.

DONE DEAL: Algerian forward Farid Boulaya joins Ligue 1 side SC Bastia from Clermont.

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