Victor Moses is considering become a major Landlord when he retires from football, the player himself has said.
Moses, 27, who recently called time on his international career, so he can focus on club duties, already has it all laid out when he eventually hangs his boots for good.
The Nigerian told Chelsea’s website, in an interview when asked what his plans were after retirement.
His response: “I want to get into business, maybe a property business or something along those lines.”
He wouldn’t be the first football to venture in property or real estate business. Portuguese star, Cristiano Ronaldo has a chain of hotels he launched a year or so ago.
Former Manchester United players Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs and co also did same.
Bringing closer home, the likes of Mikel Obi, Ifeanyi Udeze just to mention are few are landlords who have invested massively in the real estate business in back home.