Chelsea wing forward Victor Moses is not in anyway thinking about a return to the senior national team of Nigeria despite the qualification of the team for next year Africa Cup of Nations.
Moses announced his retirement from international football after the World Cup 2018 in Russia to focus on his club career at Chelsea but things are also not working well for the 27 year old at Stamford Bridge where head coach Maurizo Sarri has opened the door for him to leave the club in January, when the transfer window opens.
So far he is struggling to get games at Chelsea and the idea of a return to the national team of Nigeria has been mooted but according to a close associate of the AFCON 2013 winner, a return to the Super Eagles is not on the card for now.
” He hasn’t discussed a return yet. As a matter of fact that chapter is closed for now. There are issues he is working on right now and I can tell you confidently that a return to the Super Eagles is not part of his present or future plans”, he told Owngoalnigeria.com.
Pressed further on the possibility of Moses making a u-turn, the source said that can’t be ruled out but at the same time, there’s little chance of it happening anytime soon.
” In life you never say never, so a return can’t be ruled out and to be very honest even that has a very low chance of happening right now and possibly in the future “.