Having completed his loan-move from Chelsea to Fenerbahce, Victor Moses had been included in the squad of the Yellow Canaries and will play with the number 8 jersey.
Fenerbahce is among the 32 teams that have submitted their updated squad lists to UEFA for the knockout rounds of the Europa League, following the close of the January transfer window.
The former Nigerian international was registered on List A as a non-locally trained player because he spent all his career with English clubs before switching to Fenerbahce last month.
Although, Moses appeared in two matches for Chelsea against Vidi and BATE Borisov in the group stage of the Europa League, the reason why he had been included in Fenerbahce’s squad was because clubs can register a maximum of three new players for the knockout rounds.
The 28-year-old would be hoping for a repeat of the 2012-13 season, when he won the Europa League in his first season at Chelsea.
Moses scored in four consecutive matches against Rubin Kazan and FC Basel in the quarterfinals and semifinals, but was a non-playing substitute in the showpiece against Benfica on May 15, 2013.