Moses Simon set to complete loan move to FC Nantes from Levante

Moses Simon set to complete loan move to FC Nantes from Levante

- Moses Simon is now on the verge of joining French club FC Nantes on loan

- The Super Eagles winger is said to be currently having his medicals ahead of the move

- Simon was superb for Super Eagles of Nigeria at the 2019 African Cup of Nations as he created two assists

Super Eagles winger Moses Simon is reportedly currently undergoing his medicals at French club FC Nantes ahead of his loan move from Spanish side Levante.

Moses Simon joined Levante last year August signing a five-year deal with the club, and it now appears he will be leaving the Spanish side on loan.

But the two clubs or the player himself are yet to make an official announcement on the transfer of the Super Eagles star.

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Should Moses Simon be announced as FC Nantes' player, then the 24-year-old will join international teammates Osimhen and Onyekuru in the French top flight for the new season.

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Simon was superb for the Super Eagles campaign at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt where Nigeria won bronze medal as he created two assists.

Born in Jos, Simon is a product of the famed GBS Academy, the same football academy in Nigeria that produced the likes of Ahmed Musa.

Moses received his first call-up by coach Daniel Amokachi in March 2015 and made his debut for Nigeria on the 25th of the same month in an international friendly against Uganda.

Earlier, had reported how Nigeria's Super Eagles wrapped up their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations campaign in Egypt with a 1-0 victory over Tunisia at the Cairo International Stadium.

Coach Gernot Rohr's men got the game off to a bright start in the early minutes of the game after Odion Oghalo handed his side the lead in the 3rd minute of the match.

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