Chelsea winger Victor Moses is poised to return to his home land Nigeria after missing couple of matches for the senior team ‘Super Eagles’ in recent times.
Moses arrived Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan Athletic and was part of the Blues team that won the Europa Cup with former coach Rafael Benitez .
Since the second coming of Portuguese tactician Mourinho, Moses has spent two seasons on loan to Liverpool and Stoke City.
According to reports from Supersport, Nigerian new coach Sunday Oliseh who was in Wembly on Sunday to watch the match between Chelsea and Arsenal, made it clear that the former Wigan man would be part of his squad for next month’s African Cup of Nation qualifying fixture against Tanzania after much plead following earlier reports that the player was oust from the national team.
“At Wembley to see Chelsea vs Arsenal. Hoping to see Super Eagles Moses & Mikel play with FA Boss Pinnick & Losciuto.
“Very constructive meeting with Chelsea & Super Eagles’ Victor Moses. The team building continues’. Said Oliseh via his twiter account.
Both Mikel and Moses were part of the Super Eagles team that won the AFCON title in 2013. The last time moses played for the Nigerian senior team was in 2-0 loss to france at the 2014 World Cup.
Moses has made 24 apperarances for the Super Eagles while Mikel on the other hand has made 64 appearances.