Former Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses, has joined Turkish side Fenerbahce from Chelsea, both sides have confirmed
The deal which runs until the end of the 2019/2020 season will see the 28-year-old end his time with Chelsea.
Moses made the move after struggling for game time under Maurizio Sarri, having been a key part of Antonio Conte's title-winning team in 2017.
The former Wigan man will wear the number 8 jersey, as he hopes to revive his club career.
Moses called his international career off last year after a below-par World Cup performance. The Crystal Palace academy graduate hoped that a total focus on club football would do him well.
The skillful winger joins a respectable list of Nigerians to play for the Turkish giants, a list that has former captains of the Super Eagles Jay-Jay Okocha, Joseph Yobo and striker Emmanuel Emenike.