- Victor Moses was on target for his Turkish League side Fenerbahce in their last Turkish League match of the season
- The 28-year-old scored his fourth goal for the Yellow Canaries in the extra minutes of the meeting
- Moses has however been tipped to reunite with his former boss Antonio Conte at Inter Miilan this summer
Former Super Eagles attacker Victor Moses inspired Fenerbahce to a 3-1 win over Antalyaspor in last Super Lig clash of the season at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium on Sunday, May 26.
The goal took his tally to four goals and one assists since he joined them on a long term loan spell earlier this year.
Having joined them at the start of the second stanza of the season, Moses made 14 appearances for the Yellow Canaries and helped them escape relegation.
Fenerbahce finished sixth on the league table with 46 points - one better than Antalyaspor after 34 matches.
Miha Zajc received a superb pass from Mauricio Isla to give the hosts the lead after just 13 minutes of the encounter.
But, Mevlut Erdinc restored parity for the visitors just before half time as both sides fought hard to claim maximum points in the game.
In the 69th minute, Eljif Elmas restored his side's leadership, while 28-year-old Moses sealed the victory for coach Ersun Yanal's side in the extra minutes of the game.
Meanwhile, Moses could end his loan deal with the Turkish side prematurely as his former manager Antonio Conte wants to reunite with him at Inter Milan.
The Italian manager has made the winger his first target and will make a move for him immediately when he is hired by the San Siro side.
Moses played a key role in Conte's Premier League and FA Cup triumphs while in charge of the Stamford Bridge outfit from 2016 to 2018.
The Nigerian star won the PFA Fans' Premier League player of the month in November 2016 following his contributions to the Blues superb performances in the month under review.
The former Liverpool and West Ham star will not be at the African Cup of Nations in Egypt this summer after retiring from international football immediately the Super Eagles crashed out of 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia at the group stage.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Victor Moses could reunite with his former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte at Inter Milan after confirming he will be leaving Fenerbache this summer.
The former Super Eagles star flourished under Conte at Stamford Bridge and would hope to return to the same form if he played under him again.
Conte not managed any side since he left the Blues last year but looks set to return to management with Inter.
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