IMO you do not move the beer until you have verified FG regardless of your schedule. In addition, was this an extract batch or AG. If extract there is the possibility that it will not drop any further. If AG there is also a possibility depending on the grain bill and mash temp.
That being said, if you really want ti to try and drop more than leave it on the yeast, moving it to secondary will only increase the possibility that it won't finish.
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