Simon Moses, Super Eagles and Nantes FC player of the year, is staying put at the Ligue 1 club after parent club Levante reached an agreement with Nantes on a four year contract.
The speedy winger who had been on a loan stint from his Spanish La Liga team will now find a permanent home in Nantes, the former club of ex-Nigeria international Samson Siasia.
24-year-old Moses was in sparkling form for the Canaries which prompted his award as the club’s player of the year.
He also admitted that he was enjoying his football with the French side which makes the news of his signing on a permanent not really surprising.
Before his loan deal, Simon had played just 19 games with Levante, having joined the side in 2018 from Belgian outfit Gent on a five-year deal.