Moisés 'Moi' Gómez Bordonado (born 23 June 1994) is a Spanish footballer who plays for Villarreal CF as an attacking midfielder.
The midfielder from Alicante is skillful and is comfortable using both feet. He was formed at the Yellows Academy, arriving at Villarreal in 2006 aged 11 to play for Infantil B (U12s B). He has represented Spain at U16, U19, and U21 level, and won the U19 División de Honor league with Villarreal. He had a meteoric growth that saw him make his debut in the first team aged just 17 on 28th November 2011 in the defeat against Málaga CF at La Rosaleda (2-1).
The next season in Segunda División (2012/13), saw him consolidate his place in the first team as the club were promoted to the top flight of Spanish football. He stayed playing for the Yellows for two more seasons, playing 94 matches in all competitions.
After representing Getafe and Real Sporting Gijón, Moi Gómez played for SD Huesca for two seasons, being part of the side that achieved a historic promotion, and being a key part of the side in the top flight. The 2018/19 season saw him score two goals and get nine assists, being the ninth most prolific player in assists in the league.