Attacker Christian Moses has confirmed his move to Swedish Division One Sodra side Linköping City on a one-and-half-year contract.
Moses, 27, who won Viborg FF 2018, will start a chapter in his career.
The striker has admitted that he is happy with his move to Swedish Division One Norra side Linköping City from Danish club Viborg FF.
Moses is hoping for a first-team chance after fallen down the pecking order at Viborg something he said was very strange to him.
“I was pleased to sign as I’m really looking forward to the new chapter of my career,” Moses told FSL News UK.
“I signed on the 25th August on a one and half year deal. This means a lot for me due to circumstances at Viborg FF.”
“I will not going to go deep into my personal experienced, I just want to look forward to the new opportunity I have been given in Sweden.”
Moses passionately added, “My main aim now is to gain some first-team experience and hopefully score some goals along the way.”
The attacker scored 9 goals in nineteen appearances in the first half of the 2018 season while playing for Vendsyssel FF before his move to Viborg FF.
Moses joined Viborg Jan 10, 2018, on loan in the previous deal before a new two-and-a-half-year permanent contract extension to stay at the club until summer 2021.