Super Eagles of Nigeria forward Moses Simon has arrived in Spain where he is scheduled to undergo a routine medical test with LaLiga side Levante from Belgium side Gent.
His transfer will cost Levante a fee believed to be around the €5m mark with several add-ons due to Gent which will see the fee rise base on several variables and it also includes a sell on clause which many believed is around ten percent.
Simon’s departure from Gent is coming at a time when his younger brother Thankgod Simon is in the city to seal a move as a replacement for his elder brother if he impresses during trials, Owngoalnigeria.com can exclusively reveal.
A winger like his elder brother, Thankgod is however a lot quicker and more direct in his approach unlike Moses who is however a better and more refined user of the ball.
His trial will reportedly last for two weeks before a decision will be made on his potential signing by the technical crew of the Belgium side, who are looking for a winger after losing their Nigerian duo Moses Simon and Samuel Kalu.