By Muambo Edward
Football Writer, kick442.com – Cameroon
On loan at FC Nantes from Levante, Nigerian forward Moses Simon is likely to continue his career with the Canaris next season.
According to information from El Desmarque, Nantes have manifested an interest to exploit the option to the buy the player which was part of the loan deal that saw him move from Spain to France last summer.
Nantes will have to cough out €5 million to secure the player’s services on a permanent basis from his Spanish LaLiga employers, Levante.
The 24-year-old has been in fine form for Christian Gourcuff’s team this season, scoring 9 goals and providing 8 assists in 30 games across all competitions.
Moses Dady Simon was born in Jos, Nigeria on July 12, 1995. He came through the ranks of GBS Academy in Nigeria and the prestigious Ajax Amsterdam Academy.
He moved on to join AS Trenčin in Slovakia and then moved on to Gent in Belgium before signing for Levante.
He has won 30 caps for the Super Eagles of Nigeria, scoring 5 goals.
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