Former Nigeria international and Chelsea winger Victor Moses has arrived in Istanbul, Turkey to complete his 18-month loan move to Fenerbahce.
According to Turkish-Football.com, the former Wigan player boarded Fenerbahce president Ali Koc’s private jet at Farnborough Airport, England late last night before arriving at the Istanbul Ataturk airport in Turkey.
He was greeted by Fenerbahce officials after landing in Turkey and is set to undergo a medical before officially putting pen to paper.
Moses will sign an 18-month loan deal with the Yellow Canaries once his medical and paperwork is complete.
He has struggled for playing time this season despite playing a major role in the Chelsea side under former manager Antonio Conte.
Current head coach Maurizio Sarri used Moses sparingly giving him just 176 minutes of first-team football this term.
Fenerbahce will offer the 28-year-old a first-team role and he is expected to be first choice on the wing.
The Super Lig outfit have been in poor form this season and are currently 15th in the league, just one position above the relegation zone.