-Champions League finalist Liverpool are reportedly plotting a deal for £10million-rated (about N3.6bn) Super Eagles star Moses Simon
-Newcastle and Brighton are also interested in the pacey winger will play no role for the Super Eagles in Russia
- A bitterly disappointed Moses is expected to return to action late June
Champions League finalist Liverpool are reportedly plotting a deal for £10million-rated (about N3.6bn) Super Eagles star Moses Simon suggest reports coming out of Anfield .
Interestingly, two other Premier League sides, Newcastle and Brighton are also keeping vigil on the recuperating 22-year-old winger who currently plies his trade with Belgian side Gent.
According to a UK Sun report, quoting Liverpool Echo sources, suggest Reds’ German manager Jurgen Klopp is ready to join the queue for the £10million-rated (about N3.6bn) winger.
The Nigerian international will miss out of this summer’s football greatest fiesta in Russia still has 12 months left on his present deal with the Belgian Pro League campaigners-thus Moses has the abilities of future success if the deal to the Premier League finally goes through.
Kop’s German boss is desirous of more attacking options from the wings to further compliment the duo of Mo Salah and Sadio Mane.
And the recuperating Simon clearly fit into the role as the former Flying Eagles star has the ability to pay on either side of the flanks.
Moses scored six times while grabbing three assists in the Belgian Pro League before suffering a hip injury in the closing weeks of the season.
A bitterly disappointed Moses is expected to return to action late June but sadly that will be too late to play for Nigeria at this year’s Fifa World Cup in Russia.
Reacting after the third scan that finally ruled him out of the Mundial, the former AS Trencin winger is hopefully of a better future as he bids his Eagles’ teammates well in Russia.
“I will definitely be back soon, stronger and better.
“To the Super Eagles, I wish you all the best of luck in Russia – go and make us proud,” Moses submitted.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Super Eagles' preparation for the 2018 World Cup was hit with a blow following the injury of winger Moses Simon who will not be part of the squad that will fly to Russia.
Moses Simon who currently plays for Belgian Pro League club KAA Gent was said to have suffered an injury last week Thursday in training in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state.
The 22-year-old had a scan on Saturday, May 27, in Port Harcourt in which he is expected to be ruled out of action for at least three weeks.
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