Chelsea FC and Super Eagles forward Victor Moses, who is on a season long loan at Stoke City, should by now prepare for the exit door at the Stamford Bridge according to reports. Blues gaffer Jose Mourinho, who has been linked to a host of top talents, needs to raise some funds due to Financial Fair Play restrictions in order to be active in the transfer market.
Nigeria international Victor Moses has impressed in the colours of Stoke City and it’s thought that the Potters boss Mark Hughes is willing to keep the skilful winger at the Britannia Stadium on a permanent basis.
According to the Daily Mail,Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is ready to allow Victor Moses to leave in order to help the Blues overcome Financial Fair Play restrictions in the transfer market.
Victor Moses is said to be top of Chelsea exit list since the likes of Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane and Shakhtar Donetsk forward Douglas Costa have caught the interest of Mourinho but he will be forced to sell before he can buy.
Victor Moses joined Chelsea from Wigan in 2012 but the Nigerian didn’t impress at the Stamford Bridge having spent a not too impressive season long loan at Liverpool but his second loan move at Stoke City seem to have paid off.