FC Nantes have taken up the option to sign Moses Simon on a permanent basis after a successful loan spell and have handed him a four-year contract.
Simon, 24, has signed a deal till June 30, 2024, to make him Nantes first signing for the new Ligue 1 season, according to Ouest-France.
‘The Canaries’ paid five million Euros to La Liga side UD Levante as stipulated in the loan agreement.
He was the team’s highest paid player on 150,000 Euros monthly.
Simon, who has won 30 caps with Nigeria, scored nine goals and provided eight assists in all competitions for Nantes.
He has previously played for AS Trencin in Slovakia and KAA Gent in Belgium.