Chelsea are looking forward to complete more deals before this summer transfer window closes and this time around, rumor suggests that Nigerian international Victor Moses could be on his way out of Stamford Bridge after failing to establish himself as a regular first team player.
Reports from ESPN FC claims that the Blues’ boss Jose Mourinho is set to part ways with the 24-year old winger after securing the services of Spain international Pedro Rodriguez.
Moses impressed during Chelsea’s pre-season tour to United State and as a result, he was made a second half substitute in Chelsea’s defeat to Arsenal in the Community Shield last month. He was also on the bench for the opening Premier League game of the season against Swansea.
Tottenham and Aston Villa are said to be interested for the services of the young Nigerian should Chelsea decides to let him go. Moses was part of Rafael Benitez squad that won the Europa Cup in 2012/2013 season.
The former Wigan Athletic star moved to Chelsea in 2012 but has struggled to secure a regular first team shirt with Chelsea. Since the arrival of Mourinho, Moses had been loaned out to both Liverpool and Stoke City.
His last loan spell with Stoke City was a success which led Stoke manager Mark Hughes wanting to the sign the winger on a permanent deal.