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Five African players to watch this weekend

Which of Africa's top stars are set for a big weekend across Europe's major leagues?

Freddie Ladapo: Crystal Palace are in dire straits. They have zero points, zero goals and...to make matters worse...they travel to Old Trafford this weekend.

As if Roy Hodgson didn't have enough on his plate already, he was hit with the news earlier this week that Christian Benteke is set to be sidelined for six weeks after picking up a knee problem.

Coupled with Wilfried Zaha's injury, it leaves already toothless...

Five Stand-out African performers from the weekend's games

The new season is upon us, and as ever, Africa's players across the world wasted little time in making headlines this campaign.

Here are five who impressed the team at KweséESPN this weekend.

Victor Moses: A new season means a clean slate for many players, but we suspect there will have been one or two Chelsea fans who won't have forgotten Moses's moment of madness in the FA Cup final in May.

On that occasion, the Nigeria wideman was the villain as his mindless dive saw him dismissed,...

African players to watch in the Europa League qualifiers

KweséESPN profile a quintet of African stars who are set to contest Thursday night's Europa League qualifiers.

Ademola Lookman: Coming off the back of an impressive summer in which he was part of the England team that won the U-20 World Cup in South Korea, the Anglo-Nigerian forward will be looking to build the progress he's made over the last 12 months - starting with Everton's qualifier against MFK Ruzomberok at Goodison Park.

The Toffees are in the midst of an ambitious transfer window,...

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Tottenham agree deal to sell Clinton Njie to Marseille

Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick explains why Tottenham are unlikely to spend big in the summer window.
ESPN's Tottenham correspondent Dan Kilpatrick tells us who he thinks Tottenham will sign this summer.

Clinton Njie has joined Marseille on a permanent deal from Tottenham.

Njie, 23, was on loan with the Ligue 1 club last season, having failed to secure a regular role at White Hart Lane.

The Cameroon forward  did not start a single Premier League game for Spurs, making eight substitute appearances after arriving from Lyon in a deal reportedly worth more than £8 million.

After returning to France he scored four times in 22 outings for OM.

Tottenham announced the news on Twitter, saying:...

Marseille loanee Clinton Njie to decide on Tottenham future in summer

Clinton N'Jie
Clinton Njie is back in Ligue 1 with Marseille after failing to make an impact at Tottenham Hotspur.

On-loan Marseille winger Clinton Njie says he will decide next summer whether or not to leave Tottenham Hotspur permanently.

Cameroon international Njie, 22, joined Marseille on a season-long from Spurs in the summer after a disappointing debut season in England.

He arrived for £8.7 million from Lyon but made just 14 appearances for Spurs in an injury-hit 2015-16 campaign, and failed to score a goal. His loan deal includes the option for Marseille to buy him permanently but Njie, who admits...

Tottenham Hotspur boss Daniel Levy clever in loan switch - Marseille

Marseille have claimed Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy drove a hard bargain over Georges-Kevin Nkoudou's protracted move to England and Clinton Njie's loan switch in the opposite direction.

Nkoudou, 21, finalised his transfer to White Hart Lane on deadline day, more than a month after he had passed a medical at the Premier League club, with Njie, 23, moving to the Stade Velodrome.

British media reports claimed Levy, 54, had attempted to restructure the deal after Nkoudou's medical, leading...