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Speculation is increasing about Plymouth Argyle signing Nigerian striker Muhamed Tijani on a season-long loan

from Czech First League club Slavia Prague.

The 23-year-old Nigerian forward is in Plymouth to complete medical tests, according to Paris-based sports

journalist Ojora Babatunde, who first reported in mid-June that Tijani was ‘set to join a Championship side on loan’.

It was reported by Czech website on June 26 that Tijani was set to sign for Argyle on a season-long loan,

with an option to buy. The striker, who played for Nigeria at the Under-20 World Cup in 2019, was apparently given

permission by Slavia to find a new team in May.

Tijani joined Banik Ostrava in 2018 from Nigerian club 36 Lion FC and played for them, as well as having a few loan

spells, before moving to Slavia last June.

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Mickel Miller left Plymouth Argyle as a free agent after turning down the Pilgrims’ offer of a new contract. He now

plays for Huddersfield Town.

One of the teams that the Pilgrims just escaped dropping into League One the previous season was Huddersfield,

who were relegated from the Championship. Miller has a two-year contract with the Terriers, who named Michael

Duff, a former manager of Swansea City, Barnsley, and Cheltenham Town, as their new head coach in May.

“I’m really happy to be a Huddersfield Town player, and it didn’t take long for me to decide that this was the club I

wanted to join this summer, despite other offers,” Miller said on the official Huddersfield website.

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