According to reports, another Super Eagles player is set to follow Henry Onyekuru and Victor Osimhen to the French Ligue 1.
Onyekuru completed a move from Everton to Monaco earlier this week, while Osimhen was signed by Lille from Royal Charleroi for 12m Euros which could rise to 20m.
However, they may not be the only ones plying their trade in the French topflight this season after it was reported that Moses Simon is close to joining Nantes.
Moses who currently plays for Spanish La Liga side, Levante after joining them from Belgian side, Genk on a five-year deal last summer is set to sign for The Canaries this summer.
After Henry Onyekuru joined Monaco for €15 million on a 5-year contract, it appears another Nigerian forward is set to join Ligue 1.
Moses Simon is set to join Nantes, per @ManuLonjon. The 24-year-old joined Levante last summer on a 5-year deal.
— Zach Lowy (@ZachLowy) August 12, 2019
If he seals the move to France, he will increase the growing number of Nigerians playing in Ligue 1. The likes of Samuel Kalu (Bordeaux), Henry Onyekuru (Monaco) and Victor Osimhen (Lille) all ply their trade in the French top flight, with the latter scoring two goals on his debut last Sunday.