Manager of English Premiership outfit Antonio Conte has according to reports, settled for Nigerian winger Victor Moses to be a part of his team this season after giving his blessings for Juan Cuadrado to move to Juventus.
Moses has spent the last three seasons out on loan to Liverpool, Stoke City and West Ham respectively but he is now set for a prolong stay at the bridge following the likely departure of Spanish winger Pedro and the soon to be completed exit of Colombian winger Cuadrado.
Cuadrado to Juventus is close to been finalise, while reports in Spain has it that Spanish La-Liga side Valencia are strongly pushing to sign Pedro from the Blues. The departure of the duo could kickstart Moses career at Stamford Bridge.
The Nigerian,25, was one of the star performers for Chelsea during their pre season tour and so far he has appeared in their first two premiership games albeit as a substitute.
Known for his pace, tricks and strength in duels, he was praised by the manager for his role in the comeback win over Watford last weekend, as his introduction according to the manager injected pace into the frontline of the Blues.