Former Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses, has disclosed that he would be leaving Turkish club, Fenerbahce, this summer.
The 28-year-old winger was Antonio Conte’s favourite at Chelsea, but was frozen out of first team football under Maurizio Sarri, which prompted an 18-month loan to Fenerbahce in January.
The deal was meant to run until 2020, but the ex-Nigerian international has announced that he won’t see it through.
“I want a new adventure. I had a very enjoyable experience, but I won’t be here next season. I am leaving Fenerbahce,” Moses told reporters via Fanatik.
“I want a new adventure in my career.”
There have been reports that the former Liverpool winger could link-up with Conte, should the Italian replaces Luciano Spalletti at Inter Milan.