Chelsea of England star, Victor Moses was on Thursday cast in doubt for a presence with The Blues this season, after the club’s staff removed his giant portrait from its spot at their home ground, Stamford Bridge.
The development came at a point speculation emerged that Wolverhampton Wanderers had made a late transfer offer to take Moses on loan for the season, as they aim to make the best of their return to the English Premier League.
Just as mouths gaped wide over the offer from the club Carl Onuoha Ikeme kept goal for before his retirement due to a diagnosis of leukaemia, Chelsea’s staff replaced Moses poster at their stadium tunnel with that of record deal goalkeeper, Kepa Arrizabalaga.
The development is seen as another factor in the exit of Antonio Conte as Chelsea boss, during which time he revived Moses career, by getting him to play as a right-wing-back in his two season with The Blues
Conte played the 3-5-2 formation and so converted right winger Moses to a right back, who responded remarkably to become a key player in the last two seasons; during which time he won both the league and the FA Cup.
However, The Blues’ new boss Maurizio Sarri prefers a 4-3-3 formation, which has already relegated Moses to a bench role at the London-based outfit.