Moses Simon, a winger for the Super Eagles, has signed a new deal with Nantes of Ligue 1.
The two-year contract that the Nigerian international inked will keep him at the Maison Jaune till 2026.
At the beginning of the 2019–2020 season, Simon came to the Canaries from the Spanish club Levante on loan.
During the subsequent campaign, the change was made permanent.
Following the signing of his new deal, the winger expressed his excitement.
A statement on the club website reads;
“Moses Simon has chosen to extend his adventure at FC Nantes until 2026.
“The Nigerian international, who has been playing for Nantes since August 2019, has become one of the cogs in the locker room over the seasons.
” Explosive, hard-hitting and goalscorer, the attacking midfielder continues the matches.
” It now has 163 in all competitions with the Club des Rives de l’Erdre.
“Flashback on some key moments of Moses Simon at FC Nantes.
“I am delighted to continue the adventure here and very happy to stay in Nantes! I am ready to continue fighting to help the team go as high as possible.
“What is certain is that This contract extension is a real proof of confidence in the Club, as well as in the team,” Simon told the club’s official website.
In 163 appearances for the Canaries in all competitions, Simon has 29 goals and 31 assists.
It is anticipated that the 28-year-old would be included in Nigeria’s 2023 Africa Cup of Nations roster.