Queens Park Rangers have officially signed Cameroon international Stephane Mbia.
The versatile Mbia – who can play in either defence or midfield – has signed a two year-deal in W12, after Rangers agreed an undisclosed fee with French side Olympique de Marseille for his services.
M’Bia was born in the Cameroonian capital of Yaounde and began his career at the Kadji Sports Academy when he was 17 years-old.
He later signed for French outfit Rennes in 2004, scoring his first goal in professional football two years later against Lyon, before joining Marseille in 2009.
Legendary Egyptian coach Mahmoud El-Gohary is currently in an Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at a hospital in Amman, Jordan after the 74-year-old suffered a stroke.
El-Gohary has been consulting with Jordanian FA president, and Fifa vice-president, Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein.
A source at the JFA told Goal.com that El-Gohary is currently in a very bad condition and Prince Ali is at his side in hospital, closely monitoring his condition alongside the doctors.
El-Gohary has earned legendary status in Egypt due to his four terms spent coaching the Pharaohs, leading them to the 1990 World Cup and winning the 1998 Africa Cup of Nations.
Celtic have confirmed the signing of Nigeria international Efe Ambrose on a three-year deal.
Ambrose, a 23-year-old defender, joins after a three-year spell with Israeli side FC Ashdod.
"It has been a long day, but it has been worth it," he told Celtic's official website. "Today is one of the happiest days of my life, signing for one of the biggest clubs in the world - a club I have known about since I was young.
"I just can't wait to get started, to play in front of the fans and call this place home. I would like to thank God for everything and to thank the manager and directors here at Celtic, who have placed their trust and confidence in me.