Former Super Eagles forward, Victor Moses, may finally get to make his move from English Premier league side, Chelsea FC, in the January transfer window.
The Nigerian has been out of favor with the new Blues manager, Maurizio Sarri, and has failed to feature for the English outfit in their last nine matches in the Premier League.
Moses made his return to Chelsea in the Summer of 2016 after several consecutive loan spells at Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham, and was an active part of former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte’s squad.
The former Super Eagles man was very crucial to Conte’s formation, playing 78 matches across all competitions in two seasons, and he also helped Chelsea win the Premier League (2016/2017), UEFA Europa League (2012/2013), and Emirates FA Cup (2017/2018).
Moses has been unable to fit into Sarri’s ideal squad since the manager’s arrival at Stamford bridge, and this play-time drought has sent the player’s ratings crashing down. In other to revive his career and secure his future, the Nigerian must exit The Blues by January.
Chelsea has agreed to sell Moses to the highest bidder for £12 million. And according to reports Crystal Palace, where the Nigerian spent his youth career (2001-2007), currently lead the race for the former Nigeria international.
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