Former Nigerian international Victor Moses says he is adjusting to life real fast after joining Turkish giant Fenerbahce on an 18 months loan deal from English club Chelsea.
The former Crystal Palace academy player was declared surplus to requirement by new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri after taking over from former boss Antonio Conte who Moses flourished under as a defensive wing back.
The 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner with the Super Eagles who recently joined the Sari Kanaryalar had his first training exercise with the team on Friday ahead of a Turkish Super Lig tie against Yeni Matalyaspor on Monday and was quick to talk about it on his social media handle (Twitter); “Enjoyed my first training session with Fenerbahce focused on Monday.”
Moses after completing his lengthy loan deal had tweeted his appreciation to his parent club for making the move possible and his happiness to have joined one of the biggest football clubs in Turkey. “Delighted to have joined Fenerbahce, a huge club with incredible fans and an amazing history can’t wait to get going! I’d also like to thank everyone at Chelsea FC and I wish the team and the fans the very best for the future!”
Victor Moses will be hoping to get back to competitive football and help the team out of their relegation troubles starting from Monday when Fenerbahce welcome third placed Yeni Matalyaspor to the Sukru Saracoglu stadium on Monday in a Turkish Super Lig fixture.