As the transfer window remains open and many players continue to move in different directions, Naij.com brings you the very latest transfer news across the globe.
Emmanuel Adebayor, Abou Diaby, Stevan Jovetic and Arturo Vidal are among the top players who have changed clubs in the past few days.
Emmanuel Adebayor to Aston Villa
Adebayor, a former Arsenal and Real Madrid striker, will complete his transfer to Aston Villa after being released by Tottenham Hotspurs over the issues he had with his family members.
According to sources at Villa park, The Togolese star player, who has also starred for Manchester City in the English Premier League, is likely to pair Dimitar Berbatov, whose move from Monaco is also imminent.
Will Adebayor be a hit or miss at Aston Villa?
Abou Diaby to Olympique Marseille
After 9 injury-plagued years in Arsenal, French midfield player, Abou Diaby, has decided to return to his native country with Olympique Marseille as his preferred choice.
— Olympique Marseille (@OM_Officiel) July 29, 2015
Diaby was reportedly offered a chance to stay in the English Premier League with West Bromwich Albion, but he probably grew home sick and opted to move to France instead.
Is Diaby’s injury problem Arsenal’s fault? Will we see a different Diaby at OM?
Arturo Vidal to Bayern Munich
After recently leading Chile to win the Copa America on home soil, Arturo Vidal has decided to dump Italian giants, Juventus, for another top European club, Bayern Munich in a £25.5m deal.
Vidal, who was tipped to join Arsenal this summer, completed his transfer to Bayern on Tuesday, and is sure to be a first team player under former Barcelona Manager, Pep Guardiola at the Bavarian club.
Can Vidal win the Champions League with the back-to-back Bundesliga champions?
Stevan Jovetic to Inter Milan
The former Florentina star was never really in the plans of Manuel Pellegrini at Manchester City, as he chalked up only 40 appearances during his two year stint at the English club.
But Stevan Jovetic’s loan deal to Inter, a former Champions League winner, is likely to improve his chances of playing regular football, especially with the excitement expressed by former City manager, Roberto Mancini.
How best do you think Mancini should utilise Jovetic?
Meanwhile, Nigeria’s Mikel Obi has been tipped by Jose Mourinho to emerge as Chelsea’s football club, as the midfield player is the second longest serving member of the club after inspirational skipper, John Terry.