Fernebahce of Turkey winger, Victor Moses has been handed a recovery date of September 23, when he is expected back in action after another bout with injury, as he is said to be nearing full fitness levels.
Moss copped a knock early last month, after which he was ruled out for 35 days, but he now appears heading back sooner than expected, with reports out of The Land of The Ottoman indicating that the star on loan from Chelsea has recovered rapidly.
Consequently, Moses has resumed individual training at Fenerbahce this week, as he steps up his recovery from a thigh muscle rupture injury he suffered after scoring on the opening day of the Turkish Super Lig season against Olarewaju Kayode’s Gazisehir Gaziantep FK.
However, the return date still means Moses will miss The Yellow Canaries’ first game after the international break, which will be against Alanyaspor, which will add to his absences in the past two matches versus Istanbul Basaksehir FK and Trabzonspor due to his ailment.
Moses impressed in his maiden appearance of the season, scoring a spot kick and setting up another in helping his Istanbul-based side beat Gaziantep 5-0, and he will hope to continue from there when he returns for Fener, who currently lie sit second on the table with seven points.