Super Eagles forward has reportedly reached an agreement on a transfer to a top Ligue 1 team amid interests from the Premier League
Moses Simon may have agreed to join OGC Nice, according to a report by RMC Sport.
When asked about the player’a future, Nantes’ Director General Franck Kita said they have received “interesting offers” for the player but may not be able to talk about them as the player is still under contract with the club.
Leeds United have also shown interest in Simon with his transfer fee expected to be in the region of €15m.
The former AS Trencin and Levante star had a scintillating season last term and helped the Yellow Canaries to a Europa League spot after winning the French Cup.
Simon has been on the lips of several European clubs as he’s grown and established himself in France.
The player has however shown a reluctance to leave the country as his family is settled and he’s still developing as a player.
Many pundits had backed Simon to make a Premier League switch this season but if recent reports are anything to by, that may have hit the blocks.