Startling information reaching footballlive.ng out of England reveals that Chelsea winger, Victor Moses is set to leave the English Premier League club in January.
The 27-year-old star has lost his regular spot with The Blues since the arrival of their new manager, Maurizio Sarri, who has kept Moses out of his match day squad on several occasions.
Last weekend’s absence against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge appears to be the last sraw for Moses, who was a regular under former gaffer, Antonio Conte in a creative right-wing-back role.
Under Conte, Moses flourished in a 3-5-2 formation, but has not been able to fit into Sarri’s 4-4-2 approach, thereby raising speculation that he could be on the move at the start of next year.
Moses had previously enjoyed loan spells outside Chelsea at Liverpool, Stoke City and Westy Ham United, such that a return to those days of building-up outside Stamford Bridge could be another escape route.
The setting now looks ready for a new adventure by Moses, who began his career in the English Championship with Crystal Palace, before Wigan Athletic snatch him away and gave him a Premier League debut in 2010.
After two years, Chelsea were interested in getting Moses into their squad, and The Blues signed him up in the summer of 2012.
However, despite scoring ten goals in all competitions during his first season and helping them win the Europa League, Moses spent the next term on loan at Liverpool, the third at Stoke and fourth at West Ham.