Just yesterday, the EPL defending champions Chelsea axed out two unwanted midfielder in persons of Juan Cuadrado and Marko Marin after they failed to establish themselves as a first team player. Both players were sent on season-long loan move to Juventus and Trabzonspor respectively with an option to buy at the end of the season.
However, as reported by Daily Star in the early hours of today, the Stamford Bridge outfit are yet again ready to send out Nigerian international Victor Moses on season-long loan.
It is reported that London rivals West Ham United and Tottenham are keen on signing the 24 year old on a permanent deal. The young midfielder had scored a total of 36 goals in 237 appearances in all his footballing career.
Moses moved to Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan Athletic and was part of Chelsea’s team that won the Europa Cup in 2013 under the leadership of Rafael Benitez. Since the return of Portuguese tactician Jose Mourinho, Moses has found it difficult to impress him and as a result spent two seasons on loan in both Liverpool and Stoke City.
Mourinho was initially set to give the player a chance to prove himself this season but with the arrival of Spain international Pedro Rodriguez, Moses further fell down the selection pecking order in the Blues’ squad.
Willian and oscar will now have to compete with the Spaniard for a starting place.