African All Stars Transfer News and Rumours: Conte wants Moses reunion at Inter Milan

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Conte wants Moses reunion at Inter

Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is keen on bringing Chelsea loanee Victor Moses to Italy, according to Gianluca Di Marzio

The former Nigeria international who previously worked with Conte at the Stamford Bridge, is viewed as a backup plan if their move for Leonardo Spinazzola falls through.

Moses joined Fenerbahce on an 18-month loan last January and has played 20 Turkish Super Lig matches since his arrival.


Villarreal & Lyon reach agreement for Toko Ekambi

Cameroon forward Karl Toko Ekambi is closing in on a return to France after Villarreal and Lyon reached an agreement for his services, reports in France disclosed.

The Ligue 1 club have negotiated a €20 million move for the 27-year-old as they look to provide competition for Moussa Dembele with Memphis Depay still on the sidelines.

Toko Ekambi, scorer of six La Liga goals this season, left Angers in 2018 for his first stint outside the French borders.


Aston Villa interested in Slimani loan

Aston Villa are interested in signing Leicester City loanee Islam Slimani on loan for the remainder of the season, Sky Sports has reported.

With summer-signing Wesley ruled out until the end of the season with njury, the Algeria forward who is on a season-long loan at Monaco, has emerged as an option for the Villa Park outfit.

Slimani has scored seven goals in 13 Ligue 1 games this season but Aston Villa will need agreement from Monaco and Leicester City to sign him this month.


Kodjia set to join Qatari club

Jonathan Kodjia is set to join Qatar Stars League outfit Al Gharafa after the club announced a scheduled medical examination for the Aston Villa forward.

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The 30-year-old forward has not much for Dean Smith's side this season, featuring in seven games across all competitions while his last outing came in their FA Cup defeat to Fulham on January 4.

"Ivorian International Jonathan Kodjia arrives in Doha tomorrow, God willing, to perform a medical examination, in preparation for signing a club," the club tweeted.