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Opinion: Check Out African Transfers And Done Deals That Happened This Summer.

Despite not being popular as the European leagues, African leagues are one of the finest and toughest leagues in the world. African players are scattered around Europe and that's made possible through transfer windows like this current summer transfer window.

In Africa, Nigerian League, South Africa League, Egyptian League, Algerian League, and Senegalese League are some of the popular leagues that are situated in these rich continent called Africa.

Although most of the people in Africa prefer watching and following European leagues because of the fun and passion to play or travel to Europe one day.

The dream of every African player is to play in European top-flight leagues one day, that's why we know all the names of players in Europe but fail to mention even one name of an African player. 

European players usually make it to the world best players award every year except George Best who was the first African player to win the World Best Player.

Here are African done deals you may never knew happened this summer.

1. Ahmed Musa. (Kanu Pillars - Fatih Karagumuruk).

The Nigerian international completed a move to Turkish Super Lig Club Fatih Karagmuruk after spending some months with Kanu Pillars. 

Musa has been working hard to attract interest from European clubs after quitting Saudi Arabia Al Nassr in October 2020. 

2. Charles Zulu. 

The Zambian midfielder currently signed for Tanzania club Azam FC from Cape Town FC for an undisclosed fee. Charles was playing for Zambian club Zanaco FC before he moved to South Africa.

3. Edwin Gyasi.

The Ghanian International was currently signed by Israeli giant Beitar Jerusalem on a free transfer this month. The playmaker will earn a huge amount of $200k a season. The 30-year-old is Beitar's first transfer this summer. 

The talented playmaker will soon land in Isreal to help strengthen Beitar Jerusalem's attack.

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