Victor Moses sets to take major step in Chelsea career

The Nigerian International has been out of Blues games since the departure of Antonio Conte.

Following streaks of loans to Liverpool, Stoke City, West Ham, Fenerbahce and Inter, Victor Moses has seen his Chelsea career fall of pecking order since Frank Lampard took over at Stamford Bridge.

The new manager favors younger players which Victor Moses doesn’t fall into his class of requirements.

Having just concluded a loan deal at Inter Milan, the San Siro refused to make his €10m purchase.

Moses already is back at Stamford Bridge and keeping fit with several behind closed doors friendlies.

The 29-year-old’s contract with Chelsea is set to run until 2021 but it’s believed he would sign an extension in order to help Blues make funds from his exit when it’s to be permanent.


Be it as it may, the current future for Moses is now pointing at a Spatark Moscow switch.

It’s Russia next for Moses who was reportedly in Rome today for medical check-ups on his hip knock.

Although he will also face medicals in Russia before joining his new side[on loan] but it’s disclosed that his hip injury won’t stop the move.

Moses will join the long list of Blues stars who have used to the exit doors this summer[both temporarily and otherwise].

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