With just few hours left to the close of the transfer window, the teeming football fans awaits heavy rumours and heightened intrigues linking clubs to players over their transfer. This time around, the blues have completed the transfer Nigerian international Victor Moses on a season-long loan to West Ham United.
This is according to Chelsea’s official website, claiming the 24-year old winger will spend the remaining parts of 2015/2016 season with London rival West Ham United.
“Moses, who helped us lift the Europa League in 2013, was a substitute in this season’s Community Shield at Wembley but now moves across London for the rest of the campaign”.
“Moses has so far made 44 appearances for Chelsea after signing from Wigan Athletic in 2012, scoring 10 goals”.
The former England U21 star moved to Chelsea in 2012 from Wigan Athletic but since the return of Jose Mourinho, the winger have been sent on two different loans both to Liverpool and Stoke City.
During Chelsea’s pre-season tour to United States, Mourinho clearly stated that the starlet would be part of his squad this season, however, since the arrival of Pedro Rodriguez from Barcelona, Moses was seen as surplus to requirement after fallen down the pecking order in the Blues squad.