Former Nigeria international Victor Moses has returned to training for Fenerbahce ahead of this weekend’s Super Lig trip to Denizlispor. 

Moses, 28, has been out of action since August, but looks set to make a return to action for the first time in two months. His return will be a major boost to the side’s attacking options. 

The forward missed seven games for the Yellow Canaries after suffering a muscle injury in Fenerbahce’s 5-0 rout of Gaziantep back in August. He scored his team’s first goal from the spot, but was then replaced by Ferdi Kadioglu in the first half of the season opener.

The Turkish giants have disclosed that the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) winner returned to training with Ersun Yanal’s men on Monday evening. 

Moses still has eight months left to spend in the city of Instabul, having arrived on a 18-month temporary deal from Chelsea in January.

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