Victor Moses Dropped From Chelsea’s Europa League Squad As Chinese Team Joins Race For His Signature


T‎he future of Victor Moses at Chelsea appears to be bleak after coach of the team Maurizo Sarri omitted him from his squad for the Europa League game against Bate Borisov, reports.


As first reported by this portal Moses was told in clear terms by Sarri that he is free to leave the team in January when the transfer window opens and since then the Nigerian hasn’t made the matchday squad for any of their game.

A firm regular under former coach Antonio Conte, Moses excelled as a right wing back in Conte’s 3-5-2 formation, a style which is different from what Sarri plays leaving the Nigerian surplus to requirements at Stamford Bridge.

Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers have signified their interest in his services and latest reports monitored by has it that champions of Chinese Super League Shanghai SIPG have also joined his chase.

Moses will be reunited with his former teammate at Chelsea Oscar if he ends up in China although the 27 year old is keen on staying in England due to family reasons.