It is officially less than 48 hours to the close of this year’s summer transfer window. Notwithstanding, like the summer of the penultimate season that Chelsea sent Victor Moses on loan to Stoke City, Chelsea are yet expected to complete a season-long loan deal for the Nigerian international to West Ham United.
Moses moved to Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan Athletic for a fee around £9m and he was part of Chelsea’s team that won the Europa cup in 2013 under the then leadership of Rafael Benitez.
The 24-year old midfielder started his professional career with crystal palace and had scored a total of 36 goals in 237 appearances in his football career.
However, since the second coming of the self-style ‘Special one’, Moses has found it difficult to impress him and as a result spent two seasons on loan in both Liverpool and Stoke City.
The 24-year old star has two years left in his contract with the Blues, however, the Express claims that he is likely to extend his contract with the Blues before the loan move.