Chelsea winger, Victor Moses has received a hint that he remains part of the plans of The Blues’ gaffer, Maurizio Sarri for the season, as the gaffer named the former Super Eagles star among the players he is thinking about in a new rotation policy.
Sarri said heading into Thursday’s UEFA Europa League fixture away to PAOK Saloniki that Moses is one of a handful of players he would like to keep seeing, while many others are reserved for the future.
While naming Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Ethan Ampadu and Calum Hudson-Odoi, Sarri said Moses is a capable and good option in place of Eden Hazard, Willian and Pedro.
The 59-year-old Italian tactician said: “There is in the future. Now it is very difficult because in the first part of the season it is very important to play with a very solid team.
“I might change four or five players, it is impossible to change every player in the match. For Odoi in his position in the last match played Pedro and Hazard.
“I have also played [Victor] Moses and Willian. [Ethan] Ampadu, Odoi and Loftus are the future.”