Fenerbahçe may cancel Victor Moses’ loan deal

Victor Moses

Former Super Eagles winger, Victor Moses’ dream of having his loan deal at Fenerbahçe converted to a permanent contract may not see the light of the day, after all, reports soccernet.ng.

The reports say the Turkish club appears to have been waded off by Moses’ £75,000-a-week wages, in addition to the fee required to sign him.

The Nigerian international, who was on the radar of Inter Milan manager, Antonio Conte at the just concluded summer transfer window, joined Fenerbahçe in January 2019 from parent club, Chelsea.

He was instrumental in the team’s progress last season, where he netted four goals in 14 Super Lig appearances.
With his contract set to expire in 2021, there are indications that the former Wigan star may return to Chelsea if Fernabahce failed to reach an agreement with the London Club.

Moses was part of the Super Eagles squad that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa by defeating Burkina Faso in the final under former manager, late Stephen Keshi.

He was also in the team that played at the 2018 FIFA World Cup, where the team crashed out in the group stage from a group that had Argentina, Croatia, and Iceland.

However, he called time to his football career for the senior national team after the FIFA World Cup, citing personal reasons.

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