Super Eagles winger, Simon Moses has sensationally signed a five-year deal with Levante after dumping Belgium club, Gent and has set sights on making a mark in the Spanish League.
Moses narrowly missed the 2018 FIFA World due to injury despite playing an integral part in the team’s qualification to the Mundial.
The Nigerian international made 33 appearances with Gent in all competitions in the 2017/18 season scoring six goals and three assists.
The promising 22-year-old was a few steps away from moving to England to play for Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League last year but the move fell through after he failed his medical test.
Before KAA Gent, Simon played for AS Trencin after the Slovakia club signed him from GBS Academy in 2014 where he scored 13 goals in 33 league appearances in his one season at the club.
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