Congo attacking midfielder Chris Malonga and Senegal center back Abdoulaye Ba have joined Portuguese side Vitoria Guimaraes.
Malonga, 26, has signed ha one-year contract from Monaco, while Ba, 22, joins the club on loan from Porto.
The young Senegalese defender, who excelled at the 2012 London Olympics, was heavily linked with a move to the English Premier League this summer.
Elsewhere, Mohamed Lamine Yattara has joined French Ligue 2 side Angers on a season-long loan from Olympique Lyon.
Benfica and Fulham have emerged as the new suitors to sign Evian Thonon Gaillard Ghanaian midfielder Rabiu Mohammed.
According to L’Equipe, the Portuguese and English giants are in serious talks with the agent of the midfield enforcer and are ready to pay a fee in the range of three million Euros for his services.
The 23-year-old is also on the radar of Marseille, Lyon and Lille and has said he is yet to decide his future since he still has a year left on his current contract.
The former Liberty Professionals player has been a dominant figure in the setup of Evian and the Black Stars over the last six months.
FC Porto have signed Algerian striker Nabil Ghilas from Moreirense in Portugal.
The 23-year-old has signed a four-year deal with a 30m euro release clause, the Portuguese champions revealed in a statement.
The 23-year-old striker bagged 13 goals for the relegated Moreirense last season and has shown his delight in joining FC Porto.
Ghilas told the cub's website: "Porto is a very big club, the greatest team in Portugal and one of Europe's major clubs.
"My goals are to work hard and play as much as possible. I came to learn and hopefully be a champion this year."
Ghanaian international midfielder Christian Atsu has announced that he has refused to sign a new contract with his Portuguese club FC Porto amid speculations he will leave the club at the end of the season.
The young midfielder has revealed he consulted his club (Porto) before making the decision and hopes both parties come to an agreement soon.
In an interview with SkySports, Christian Atsu said: "I spoke to the club [Porto] before I came away on international duty and informed them that I won't be signing a new deal."
He continued: "The club have made their feelings clear to me after I refused to sign a new deal and I hope we can reach a resolution soon.
Efe Ambrose lifts the Scottish Cup
Nigeria stars Ogenyi Onazi and Efe Ambrose won the cup in Italy and Scotland respectively on Sunday.
Ogenyi Onazi’s Lazio defeated bitter city rivals Roma 1-0 to clinch the Coppa Italia, while Celtic, parading Nigeria defender Ambrose, won the league and cup double after they trounced Hibernian 3-0 in Sunday’s cup final.
Senad Lulic’s strike 20 minutes from time means Lazio will feature in next season’s UEFA Europa League.
For Celtic, it was their first league and cup double since 2007.
Nigeria international Efe Ambrose told MTNFootball.com that winning the league and cup double with Celtic in Scotland was a dream come true.