With Victor Moses reuniting with Antonio Conte at Inter, here are 10 high-profile transfers of African stars in Europe, which includes the fifth-highest scorer in CAF Champions League history.
Moses was unveiled as an Inter player on Thursday after cutting his loan spell with Fenerbache short to join Conte's Serie A title-chasing side from Chelsea.
It marks another major step in the career of the former Nigeria international who won the Premier League with the Blues under the Italian's guidance.
The 29-year-old is one of several African stars who's made exciting moves at the mid-season point of Europe's major leagues.
Cameroon striker Karl Toko Ekambi made a surprise transfer from LaLiga side Villarreal to Olympique Lyon in a €20m deal, while Morocco ace Youssef En-Nesyri traded Leganes for Sevilla for the same valuation.
Zimbabwe captain Knowledge Musona ended his Anderlecht nightmare with a six-month loan to domestic rivals KAS Eupen and already opened his account for the club this past weekend.
Meanwhile, Super Eagles duo Henry Onyekuru and Oghenekaro Etebo have departed AS Monaco and Stoke City for Galatasaray and Getafe respectively.
The rest of the list comprises of Nabil Bentaleb, who returned to the Premier League, Ghana winger Majeed Warris, Badou Ndiaye of Senegal and former TP Mazembe star Mbwana Samatta.
Samatta's move, in particular, has made major headlines as the first Tanzanian to play in the English top-flight after his €10.5m transfer to Aston Villa.
The 27-year-old won the African Champions League during his time with Mazembe and has since gone on to enjoy further success with Belgian outfit Genk over the past three years.