Thursday, 19 January 2017


Afolabi Doyinsola Samuel  better known by his stage name Trepdee, and currently signed to U.K based record label One Culture Entertainment, releases The visuals for his  track “Orire”, with cameo appearances from Blackman, Kid Nurty and Kayce.

Tuesday, 10 January 2017

Scotti: Faces ft. Souly.had

Faces is the second single released by Scotto featuring EntrΓ©band's Souly.had, following Focus from Complexity EP. The two artists express themselves on a chill-hop, smoke sesh track.
Listen and Enjoy

Sunday, 8 January 2017

Papi Bang: Why

Papi Bang who hails from Wilmington, Delaware, is out with a new track which he titles Why which is a form of mix of Hip Hop and Spanish heritage.

Sunday, 4 December 2016

Malique x DJ Spicey: EMOTi

JP InterProject Presents Nigeria’s most outstanding and fast-rising next rated artiste MALIQUE who  dropped a nice track  100 Or Nothing some months back.
Is here to take the music industry by storm once again with a lovely  single in which he features DJ Spicey titled  EMOTI which to him simply means drink up.
 The track was produced by Mular

Monday, 21 November 2016

Music: Smartdeey Ft. Tanto Blacks & Sample King – She Likes Me

Adekunle muyiwa Ilori better known as Smartdeey, he is a United States based
Nigerian singer and songwriter. Who has been working so well in music industry
also making positive vibes when it comes to Afrobeat music in United States of
America, after he releasing  two  singles  Aduke and Am sorry, he believes
it's right time to have his first international  collabo with well known Jamaican and Canadian artist tanto blacks  a.k.a real rich ,and sample King a.k.a video mi .

Friday, 18 November 2016

The Secret Princess Producers set to Work on New feature Film

The Secret Princess
After  the success of  The  Secret Princess animation film project, producers of the African animation  is set to  work on yet another animation film titled Mark of Uru.
The pilot of  Mark of Uru which was created in 2010 has bagged a United Nations award for promoting African culture with Technology and has been watched by over 5 million people  and screened at 17 different location including Los Angeles Hollywood festival, Jamaica Kingston World bank festival, London Haringey Black history festival, Ethnic Heritage Center Ikoyi Lagos and a general release at selected cinemas.
The  producers of the  feature films intend to distribute The Secret Princess and also help spread the word to others to do the same.
Here is the Kickstarter cam
paign Link -
The Secret Princess

Tuesday, 1 November 2016

Real Madrid Players arrive Poland for Match against Legia Warsaw

Zinedine Zidane and his Real Madrid players have arrived in Poland ahead of their Champions League Group F match against Legia Warsaw.

Jose Mourinho to Face One Match Ban

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is set to face a minimum of a one-match touchline ban after being fined with a misconduct charge by the Football Association.
United manager was sent to the stands during Saturday’s goalless draw against Burnley after his rant with at Mark Clattenburg at half time, the FA  charged Mourinho with alleged use of ‘abusive and/or insulting words towards a match official’.
Mourinho  will hit the stand with the assistant Rui Faria will be in charge, if he accepts the punishment plus a fine before 6pm on November 4, if he however denies any wrong doing and is later found guilty, he will be suspended for two games.

Inter Milan sacks Frank de Boer after 84 Days in Charge

Inter Milan have sacked manager Frank de Boer following  a run of disappointing results, after losing his first seven matches after 14 games.
The  Dutch coach De Boer arrived at their Appiano Gentile training complex on Tuesday morning to say his goodbyes, after being in charge for 84 days.

Stefano Vecchi has been placed in charge with speculations that Lazio boss Stefano Pioli is likely to succeed De Boer on a permanent deal.

Raheem Sterling Compares game Under Guardiola and Pellegrini

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling who is currently enjoying the free role given to him  by current manager Pep Guardiola has compared  his game  to when he played  under former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini.
The 21-year-old English winger  in an interview with BBC Sport, said 'I feel a lot more freedom, I feel I can get on the ball a bit more and as I get the ball I feel I can express myself by taking touches and trying to take players on. I'm really enjoying it.
'Under the previous coach, in training sometimes it was always two touches and you kind of get into that way of playing and you forget your identity and how to play.
'That's not my style of play. My style of play is to get the ball and try to go at players. 

'Now I'm learning to mix it up as well and not just every single time go down a blind alley; know when to take two touches and when to take my man on.' 

Check out what some of your favorite Stars Wore this Halloween

Halloween has come and gone,  but check out the costumes celebrities and strs across the world wore for this year’s Halloween .

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Justin Timberlake and Family dresses up as Trolls for Halloween

Justin  Timberlake, his wife Jessica Biel and son  Silas Randall Timberlake took family Halloween costume to the next level, as they dressed as character from Timberlake’s new animated film Trolls.

Timberlake  and Jessica showed off this family memory  to their  friends and fans on Instagram.

Top Ten Highest Paid Footballers in the World

Football is a sports mostly done for pleasure, but there are people who earn millions of pounds annually to play the game, here is a list of the top ten highest paid football stars in the world
1= Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) £365,000 per week £19m per year
1= Lionel Messi (Barcelona) £365,000 per week £19m per year
3 Gareth Bale (Real Madrid) £346,000 per week £18m per year
4 Hulk (Shanghai SIPG) £317,000 per week £16.5m per year
5 Paul Pogba (Manchester United) £290,000 per week £15m per year
6 Neymar (Barcelona) £289,000 per week £15m per year
7= Graziano Pelle (Shandong Luneng) £260,000 per week £13.5m per year
7= Wayne Rooney (Manchester United) £260,000 per week £13.5m per year
9 Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Manchester United) £250,000 per week £13m per year
10= Sergio Aguero (Manchester City) £240,000 per week £12.5m per year

10= Yaya Toure (Manchester City) £240,000 per week £12.5m per year

Jesse Lingard Set to Sign fresh contract

Lingard in action for England during the World Cup qualifier against Slovenia last month
Manchester United  English striker Jesse Lingard has enjoyed a promising start to the season under new manager Jose Mourinho, which  led to him being called up to represent the Three Lions in the World Cup qualification matches against Slovenia and Malta last month.

The 23-year old United academy graduate who has 18 months left on his current contract with the Red Devils, is set to sign a new contract which will see his salary rise from £30,000-per-week to £60,000-per-week, and is set to sign a new deal with German firm Adidas

Monday, 24 October 2016

Renato Sanches emerges winner of European Golden Boy Award

Bayern Munich’s Renato Sanches has followed the steps of football stars like Sergio Aguero, Lionel Messi, Wayne Rooney to win the European Golden Boy Award , beating Manchester United striker Macus Rashford, fellow Bayern Munich team-mate Kingsley Coman, and other contenders for the much coveted award.
Sanches would be presented the award at a Monte Carlo ceremony, after being selected after a vote by journalists from 30 newspapers spread across Europe to name the best player under the age of 21.
Past Winners
2003 - Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax)
2004 - Wayne Rooney (Man Utd)
2005 - Lionel Messi (Barcelona) 
2006 - Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal)
2007 - Sergio Aguero (Atletico Madrid) 
2008 - Anderson (Man Utd)
2000 - Alexandre Pato (AC Milan)
2010 - Mario Balotelli (Man City)
2011 - Mario Gotze (Borussia Dortmund)
2012 - Isco (Malaga)
2013 - Paul Pogba (Juventus)
2014 - Raheem Sterling (Liverpool)
2015 -  Anthony Martial (Man Utd)

2016 - Renato Sanches (Bayern Munich)

Nigeria based Food Delivery Service is Offering You Food Deals Throughout October

Jumia Food
Urban living in Nigeria has been made rather lenient compared to what we had before thanks to Uber, MallForAfrica, Whatsapp and Facebook, and every form of technology made readily available to communicate, transport, as well as shop with ease.

For those who have nurtured the habit of skipping breakfast as a result of being too busy to go food hunting, then Jumia Food is right for you, as Jumia Food features the top-quality restaurants, and is an online food delivery service and community devoted to getting food to people who need it as affordably and efficiently as possible.  With many ways you can browse restaurants and see their ratings, explore menus and read customer reviews, Jumia Food allows you to simply flick a finger and have your food arrive at your table in minutes.  This October, as an extension of Jumia Food’s Independence day celebrations, the food startup is offering new customers the opportunity to experience its service on a discount. Jumia Food is offering 30% off the price of your food order this month if you use the NAIJAFOOD voucher code. 

How to use the NAIJAFOOD Voucher Code:
·  Visit Jumia Food using the website (by clicking here) or either of the apps (Android or iOS)
·  Select your location and choose your favorite restaurant, select your meal (and drink, if you like), use the “NAIJAFOOD” code on the checkout page…
·  …and your order is on its way, easy. 

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Music: Dee Y - The Clap

Dancehall specialist Dee Y has released a new single which he  titles the clap, and is sure to be a club banger.
The track is jointly produced by Two veteran producers DJ Holoskey And Izzy Blaq

Thursday, 13 October 2016

DJ Cuppy co stars with Desmond Elliot in New movie

Source: African Dazzle magazine
Florence Otedola popularly known as  DJ Cuppy is set to delve into the movie industry, as she plays the role of Sade(the secret princess) and daughter of Desmond Elliot's character King Adede in the new animated movie The Secret Princess. The movie also stars Sherrie Silver(popular dancer) as Princess Adaeze.
The film which sold out at Hollywood Weekly in Los Angeles movie festival has become a bestseller in the first week of its DVD release on Amazon and is now available for download from

Tuesday, 4 October 2016


OGV Entertainment artist TY Currency is out with a new single which he titles Miami.
Listen, Download and Enjoy

MUSIC: Dj Baddo Ft Lakerz x Dlarry - KING

Dj BADDO dropped a new single titled KING in which he features  LAKERZ and D'LARRAY, the track was produced  By Diahard Beatz

Sunday, 2 October 2016


Beauty Queen Nneze Richard Agu of Miss Independence Nigeria 2015/2016 has officially been decrowned.
The Ex beauty queen had loyalty issues and also displayed instances of disrespect for the brand she was representing by paying courtesy visits with the sash as well as crown of the organization without the consent of the organization.
The peak of the whole controversy was after the whole Abuja audition drama when she stormed the audition ground with police personnel to disrupt the audition & after that she also made false publication about the pageant CEO.
Check out her official dethronement letter below

Saturday, 10 September 2016

2016 Lagos Comic Convention

Lagos Comic Convention (Comic-Con) is holding on the 17th of September, and is themed "Creative Skills as Tools for Economic Diversification", it will be taking place at the NECA house in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State. Over 5,000 people are expected to attend this nerd-lovin' event. 
It is organized by Ayodele Elegba, Austine Osas of MustardSeed Investment Limited/Spoof Animation and Justin Irabor of 
Justin Irabor is part of the digital marketing team at and he is pleased to be working with the Lagos Comic-Con. He is an active comic book fan himself - as his Instagram and comic strip website will show. 
The Lagos Comic Con is open to everyone
Speakers at the Event
We are inviting speakers/Guests from various industries. They include:
-Roye Okupe: E.X.O Comics, who is  working on his cartoon/animation, and has been featured on CNN, Forbes etc.
-Chinenye Mba-Uzoukwu who is the CEO of infographics Nigeria.
-Rupa Jha: The head of BBC Media Action Group(Nigeria), with vast experience of developing the BBC branding in developing Countries and her country of origin(India). Online blogger and organiser of the New Media Conference.(importance of new media in a growing industry)
-Chukwuwezam Obanorof Rocket Internet, listed on Forbes 30 Most Promising Entrepreneurs In Africa 2016. 
-Roseline Ilori- Country Head, MTECH Nigeria
-Justin Irabor: Marketing/PR manager
-Hugo Obi of Maliyo Games
-Lexi Novitske of Singularity Investment(Africa)
Osagie Alonge: Entertainment writer, Content Developer for and head of Osagie Alonge Think Change. 
Chude Jideonwo: Red Media Africa
Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen: Nollywood Producer/Director
Professor Nnedi Okorafor: Award winning Creative writer and poet.
For more information, visit

Wednesday, 7 September 2016

Nancy Japheth wins Miss Health North West

It was a night of galore at the popular Ladi Kwali hall of Sheraton hotels for Abuja residents as 20 years old Miss Nancy Japheth emerged as the 2016 Miss Health North West.
Queen Nancy Japheth contested alongside 30 other beautiful and intelligent young ladies for Miss Health North West  to  emerge as the crowned queen represented Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), she talked in details why FGM is an evil and the harms caused by FGM.
Queen Nancy Japheth is a regional queen of Miss Health Beauty Pageant and she is representing the North West Region of Nigeria, she is another advocate for Female Genital Mutilation in Nigeria.

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Premier Leage clubs' transfer deals in the 2016/2017 Transfer Market

The transfer window for the 2016/2017 season officially closed on Wednesday 28th of August 2016 at exactly 11pm, but a window of grace was opened to clubs who sent a form to the Premier League between the hours of 9pm and 11pm.
Notable of the deadline day transfer was the return of David Luiz from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) to Chelsea and the transfer of French international Moussa Sissoko from championship side Newcastle for a fee of £30 million.
Premier league clubs spent over the £1 billion over the course of the transfer window.
See the transfer deals that took place in premier league.

Granit Xhaka (Borussia Monchengladbach, £35m)
Shkodran Mustafi (Valencia, £35m)
Lucas Perez (Deportivo La Coruna, £17m) 
Rob Holding (Bolton, £2.5m) 

Isaac Hayden (Newcastle United, undisclosed)
Serge Gnabry (Werder Bremen, £4.5m) 
Tomas Rosicky (Sparta Prague, free) 
Mikel Arteta (released)
Mathieu Flamini (released) 
Joel Campbell (Sporting Lisbon, loan)
Jack Wilshere (Bournemouth, loan)
Calum Chambers (Middlesbrough, loan) 
Glen Kamara (Colchester United, loan) 

Jordon Ibe (Liverpool, £15m)
Brad Smith (Liverpool, £6m) 
Lewis Cook (Leeds United, £6m) 
Lys Mousset (Le Havre, £5.4m)
Marc Wilson (Stoke City, £2m)
Mihai Dobre (Viitorul Constanta, undisclosed) 
Emerson Hyndman (Fulham, compensation)
Nathan Ake (Chelsea, loan)
Jack Wilshere (Arsenal, loan) 

Matt Ritchie (Newcastle United, £12m) 
Tommy Elphick (Aston Villa, £3.6m)  
Lee Tomlin (Bristol City, £2.75m)
Shaun MacDonald (Wigan Athletic, undisclosed) 
Eunan O'Kane (Leeds United, undisclosed)
Tokelo Rantie (Genclerbirligi, undisclosed) 
Sylvain Distin (released)
Stephane Zubar (released)
Josh Carmichael (released)
Josh Wakefield (released) 
Glenn Murray (Brighton & Hove Albion, loan)
Matt Butcher (Yeovil Town, loan) 
Baily Cargill (Gillingham, loan) 
Rhoys Wiggins (Birmingham City, loan) 

Jeff Hendrick (Derby County, £10.5m) 
Steven Defour (Anderlecht, £7m) 
Johann Berg Gudmundsson (Charlton Athletic, £2.5m)
Nick Pope (Charlton Athletic, £1.1m)
Jon Flanagan (Liverpool, loan) 
Patrick Bamford (Chelsea, loan) 

David Jones (Sheffield Wednesday (undisclosed)
Cameron Dummigan (Oldham Athletic, free) 
Joey Barton (Rangers, free) 
Matt Gilks (Rangers, free)
Steven Hewitt (Accrington Stanley, free)
Lloyd Dyer (Burton Albion, free) 
Matt Taylor (Northampton Town, free)
Michael Duff (retired)
Chris Long (Fleetwood Town, loan) 
Lucas Jutkiewicz (Birmingham, loan) 
Daniel Lafferty (Sheffield United, loan) 
Fredrik Ulvestad (Charlton Athletic, loan)

Michy Batshuayi (Marseille, £33m) 
N'Golo Kante (Leicester, £32m)
David Luiz (Paris Saint-Germain, £32m)
Marcos Alonso (Fiorentina, £23m) 
Eduardo (Dinamo Zagreb, £2m) 

Mohamed Salah (Roma, £16m)
Papy Djilobodji (Sunderland, £8m)
John Swift (Reading, free) 
Nathan Ake (Bournemouth, loan)
Tomas Kalas (Fulham, loan)
Tammy Abraham (Bristol City, loan) 
Bertrand Traore (Ajax, loan)
Izzy Brown (Rotherham United, loan) 
Patrick Bamford (Burnley, loan) 
Loic Remy (Crystal Palace, loan)
Juan Cuadrado (Juventus, loan) 
Christian Atsu (Newcastle United, loan) 
Kenedy (Watford, loan) 
Jake Clarke-Salter (Bristol Rovers, loan)
Lucas Piazon (Fulham, loan)
Christian Benteke (Liverpool, £32m) 
Andros Townsend (Newcastle United, £13m)
James Tomkins (West Ham United, £10m) 
Steve Mandanda (Marseille £1.5m) 
Loic Remy (Chelsea, loan) 

Yannick Bolasie (Everton, £30m) 
Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United, £10m)
Mile Jedinak (Aston Villa, £4m) 
Alex McCarthy (Southampton, undisclosed)
Jerome Binnom-Williams (Peterborough United, undisclosed)
Jake Gray (Luton Town, free) 
Adrian Mariappa (Watford, free) 
Emmanuel Adebayor (released)
Marouane Chamakh (released)
Brede Hangeland (released)
Paddy McCarthy (released)
Jonny Williams (Ipswich, loan)
Hiram Boateng (Bristol Rovers, loan)
Sullay Kaikai (Brentford, loan) 

Yannick Bolasie (Crystal Palace, £30m) 
Ashley Williams (Swansea, £9m) 
Idrissa Gana Gueye (Aston Villa, £7.1m) 
Maarten Stekelenburg (Fulham, undisclosed)
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (Sheffield United, £15.m) 
Enner Valencia (West Ham United, loan) 

John Stones (Manchester City, £47.5m)
Ryan Ledson (Oxford United, undisclosed) 
Steven Pienaar (Sunderland, free) 
Tony Hibbert (released)
Leon Osman (released)
Luke Garbutt (Wigan Athletic, loan)
Aiden McGeady (Preston North End, loan) 
Brendan Galloway (West Bromwich Albion, loan) 
Shani Tarashaj (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan)

Ryan Mason (Tottenham Hotspur, £10m)
Will Keane (Manchester United, £1m) 
Will Mannion (AFC Wimbledon, compensation) 
David Marshall (Cardiff, undisclosed)
James Weir (Manchester United, undisclosed) 
Dieumerci Mbokani (Dynamo Kiev, loan) 
Markus Henriksen (AZ Alkmaar, loan) 

Mohamed Diame (Newcastle United, £4.5m) 
Sone Aluko (Fulham, free)
Calaum Jahraldo-Martin (Oldham Athletic, free) 
Ryan Taylor (released)

Islam Slimani (Sporting Lisbon, £29.7m) 
Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow, £18m) 
Nampalys Mendy (Nice, £13m) 
Bartosz Kapustka (Cracovia, £7.5m)
Ron-Robert Zieler (Hannover 69, undisclosed)
Luis Hernandez (Sporting Gijon, undisclosed)
Raul Uche Rubio (Rayo Vallecano, undisclosed)

N'Golo Kante (Chelsea, £32m)
Liam Moore (Reading, £1m) 
Gokhan Inler (Besiktas, undisclosed) 
Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim, undisclosed)
Ritchie De Laet (Aston Villa, undisclosed)
Joe Dodoo (Rangers, compensation)
Paul Konchesky (Gillingham, free) 
Ryan Watson (Barnet, free) 
Dean Hammond (released)
Harry Panayiotou (released)
Mark Schwarzer (released)
Michael Cain (Blackpool, loan) 
Tom Lawrence (Ipswich, loan)

Sadio Mane (Southampton, £30m)
Georginio Wijnaldum (Newcastle United, £25m) 
Ragnar Klavan (Augsburg, £5m)  
Loris Karius (Mainz, £4.7m) 
Joel Matip (Schalke, free)
Alex Manninger (Augsburg, free)

Christian Benteke (Crystal Palace, £32m) 
Jordon Ibe (Bournemouth, £15m)
Joe Allen (Stoke City, £13.5m)
Brad Smith (Bournemouth, £6m)  
Martin Skrtel (Fenerbahce, £5m)
Luis Alberto (Lazio, £4.3m) 
Jerome Sinclair (Watford, £4m)
Sergi Canos (Norwich City (£2.5m) 
Lawrence Vigouroux (Swindon Town, £400,000) 
Jordan Rossiter (Rangers, £250,000)
Mario Balotelli (Nice, free) 
Jose Enrique (released)
Kolo Toure (released)
Samed Yesil (released)
Jon Flanagan (Burnley, loan) 
Danny Ward (Huddersfield Town, loan)
Adam Bogdan (Wigan Athletic, loan)
Ryan Kent (Barnsley, loan) 
Andre Wisdom (Red Bull Salzburg, loan) 
Lazar Markovic (Sporting Lisbon, loan) 

John Stones (Everton, £47.5m)  
Leroy Sane (Schalke, £42m)
Gabriel Jesus (Palmeiras, £27m) 
Ilkay Gundogan (Borussia Dortmund, £21m)
Claudio Bravo (Barcelona, £17m) 
Nolito (Celta Vigo £14m)
Marlos Moreno (Atletico Nacional, £4.5m) 
Oleksandr Zinchenko (Ufa, undisclosed)
Aaron Mooy (Melbourne City, swap deal)  

Marlos Moreno (Deportivo La Coruna, loan) 
Aaron Mooy (Huddersfield, loan) 
Martin Demichelis (released)
Richard Wright (retired) 
Joe Hart (Torino, loan) 
Wilfried Bony (Stoke City, loan) 
Samir Nasri (Sevilla, loan)
Eliaquim Mangala (Valencia, loan) 
Jason Denayer (Sunderland, loan) 

Paul Pogba (Juventus, £100m) 
Eric Bailly (Villarreal, £30m)
Henrikh Mkhitaryan (Borussia Dortmund, £26m)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Paris Saint-Germain, free)
Donald Love (Sunderland, combined £5.5m)
Paddy McNair (Sunderland, combined £5.5m)
Will Keane (Hull City, £1m) 
Ashley Fletcher (West Ham United, £700,000) 
Tyler Reid (Swansea City, undisclosed)
James Weir (Hull City, undisclosed) 
Tyler Blackett (Reading, undisclosed) 
Victor Valdes (Middlesbrough, free)
Nick Powell (Wigan Athletic, free) 
Guillermo Varela (Eintracht Frankfurt, loan)
Adnan Januzaj (Sunderland, loan)
James Wilson (Derby County, loan) 
Andreas Pereira (Granada, loan) 
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson (Wolverhampton Wanderers, loan)

Marten De Roon (Atalanta, £12m)
Viktor Fischer (Ajax, £3.8m)
Antonio Barragan (Valencia, £3m)
Fabio da Silva (Cardiff City, undisclosed)
Adama Traore (Aston Villa, undisclosed) 
Victor Valdes (Manchester United, free)
Brad Guzan (Aston Villa, free) 
Bernardo Espinosa (Sporting Gijon, free) 
Jordan McGhee (Hearts, loan)
Alvaro Negredo (Valencia, loan) 
Calum ChambersArsenal, loan) 

Albert Adomah (Aston Villa, undisclosed)
Adam Reach (Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed) 
Adam Jackson (Barnsley, undisclosed) 
Rhys Williams (Perth Glory, free)
Jordan Jones (Kilmarnock, free) 
Mustapha Carayol (Nottingham Forest, free) 
Jonathan Woodgate (released)
Damia Abella (released)
Connor Ripley (Oldham Athletic, loan) 
Albert Adomah (Aston Villa, loan) 
Bradley Fewster (Hartlepool United, loan)
Alex Baptiste (Preston North End, loan) 
Dael Fry (Rotherham United, loan) 

Sofiane Boufal (Lille, £16m) 
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Bayern Munich, £12m)  
Nathan Redmond (Norwich City, £11m)
Alex McCarthy (Crystal Palace, undisclosed)
Jeremy Pied (Nice, free) 
Stuart Taylor (Unattached, free) 

Sadio Mane (Liverpool, £30m)
Graziano Pelle (Shandong Luneng, £13m) 
Victor Wanyama (Tottenham Hotspur, £11m) 
Gaston Ramirez (released)
Kelvin Davis (retired)
Jason McCarthy (Walsall, loan) 
Paulo Gazzaniga (Rayo Vallecano, loan)
Sam Gallagher (Blackburn Rovers, loan) 
Dominic Gape (Wycombe Wanderers, loan) 

Joe Allen (Liverpool, £13.5m) 
Ramadan Sobhi (Al Ahly, £5m)
Cameron McJannett (Luton Town, undisclosed) 
Ryan Sweeney (Wimbledon, loan) 
Lee Grant (Derby County, loan) 
Wilfried Bony (Manchester City, loan)
Bruno Martins Indi (Porto, loan) 
Marc Wilson (Bournemouth, £2m) 
Steve Sidwell (Brighton, free) 
Peter Odemwingie (released) 
Philipp Wollscheid (Wolfsburg, loan) 

Didier Ndong (Lorient, £13.5m) 
Papy Djilobodji (Chelsea, £8m)
Donald Love (Manchester United, combined £5.5m)
Paddy McNair (Manchester United, combined £5.5m)
Steven Pienaar (Everton, free) 
Adnan Januzaj (Manchester United, loan) 
Javier Manquillo (Atletico Madrid, loan) 
Jason Denayer (Manchester City, loan) 

Younes Kaboul (Watford, £3.5m) 
Emanuele Giaccherini (Napoli, £2m)
Jordi Gomez (Wigan Athletic, undisclosed) 
Liam Bridcutt (Leeds United, undisclosed)
Danny Graham (Blackburn Rovers, free) 
Steven Fletcher (Sheffield Wednesday, free) 
Wes Brown (released)
Steve Harper (released)
Mikael Mandron (released)
Liam Agnew (released)
Will Buckley (Sheffield Wednesday, loan) 
Adam Matthews (Bristol City, loan) 
Jeremain Lens (Fenerbahce, loan)

Borja Baston (Atletico Madrid, £15.5m) 
Leroy Fer (QPR, £3.5m)
Mike van der Hoorn (Ajax, £2m)
Tyler Reid (Manchester United, undisclosed)
Fernando Llorente (Sevilla, loan) 
George Byers (Watford, free)
Mark Birighitti (Newcastle Jets, free) 

Andre Ayew (West Ham United, £20.5m)
Ashley Williams (Everton, £9m) 
Alberto Paloschi (Atalanta, £6m) 
Eder (Lille, £4m)
Daniel Alfei (released)
Lee Lucas (released)
Bafetimbi Gomis (Marseille, loan) 
Matt Grimes (Leeds United, loan) 
Kyle Bartley (Leeds United, loan) 
Liam Shephard (Yeovil Town, loan) 
Kenji Gorre (Northampton Town, loan)
Adam King (Southend United, loan)
Josh Sheehan (Newport County, loan) 
Franck Tabanou (Granada, loan)
Marvin Emnes (Blackburn Rovers, loan)

Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United, £30m) 
Vincent Janssen (AZ Alkmaar, £18.5m) 
Victor Wanyama (Southampton, £11m)
Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (Marseille, £10m)
Pau Lopez (Espanyol, loan) 

Nacer Chadli (West Bromwich Albion, £13m)
Ryan Mason (Hull City, £10m) 
Alex Pritchard (Norwich City, £8m)
DeAndre Yedlin (Newcastle United, £5m) 
Dominic Ball (Rotherham United, undisclosed) 
Federico Fazio (Roma, loan) 
Clinton Njie (Marseille, loan) 
Nabil Bentaleb (Schalke, loan)

Roberto Pereyra (Juventus, £13m) 
Isaac Success (Granada, £12m) 
Daryl Janmaat (Newcastle United, £7m) 
Christian Kabasele (Racing Genk, £5.8m)
Jerome Sinclair (Liverpool, £4m)
Brice Dja Djedje (Marseille, £4m)
Younes Kaboul (Sunderland, £3.5m) 
Stefano Okaka (Anderlecht, undisclosed) 
Adrian Mariappa (Crystal Palace, free)  
Juan Zuniga (Napoli, loan)
Kenedy (Chelsea, loan) 

Matej Vydra (Derby County, £10m) 
Ikechi Anya (Derby County, £4m)
Allan Nyom (West Bromwich Albion, £3m) 
Gabriele Angella (Udinese, undisclosed) 
Jurado (Espanyol, undisclosed)
Almen Abdi (Sheffield Wednesday, undisclosed)
Daniel Pudil (Sheffield Wednesday (undisclosed) 
George Byers (Swansea City, free) 
Sean Murray (Swindon Town, free) 
Joel Ekstrand (released) 
Josh Doherty (released)
Steven Berghuis (Feyenoord, loan) 
Tommie Hoban (Blackburn Rovers, loan) 
Alex Jakubiak (Fleetwood Town, loan) 

Nacer Chadli (Tottenham Hotspur, £13m) 
Matty Phillips (QPR, £5.5m)
Allan Nyom (Watford, £3m)
Hal Robson-Kanu (Reading, free) 
Brendan Galloway (Everton, loan) 

Rickie Lambert (Cardiff City, undisclosed) 
Cristian Gamboa (Celtic, undisclosed) 
Anders Lindegaard (Preston North End, free) 
Victor Anichebe (released)
Stephane Sessegnon (released)
Tyler Roberts (Oxford United, loan) 
Sebastien Pocognoli (Brighton, loan) 

Andre Ayew (Swansea City, £20.5m)
Arthur Masuaku (Olympiacos, £6m) 
Edmilson Fernandes (Sion, £5.5m)  
Toni Martinez (Valencia, £2.4m)
Ashley Fletcher (Manchester United, £700,000)
Sofiane Feghouli (Valencia, free)
Havard Nordtveit (Borussia Monchengladbach, free)
Gokhan Tore (Besiktas, loan)
Simone Zaza (Juventus, Loan)
Jonathan Calleri (Deportivo Maldonado, loan)
Alvaro Arbeloa (Real Madrid, free) 

James Tomkins (Crystal Palace, £10m) 
Elliot Lee (Barnsley, free)
Joey O'Brien (released) 
Jordan Brown (released)
Leo Chambers (released)
Diego Poyet (released) 
Stephen Hendrie (Blackburn Rovers, loan) 
Kyle Knoyle (Wigan Athletic, loan) 
Josh Cullen (Bradford City, loan)
Lewis Page (Coventry City, loan)
Enner Valencia (Everton, loan)
Martin Samuelson (Blackburn Rovers, loan) 
Reece Burke (Wigan Athletic, loan)