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Does A Move For Moses Signify The End Of Hulk Pursuit?

Does A Move For Moses Signify The End Of Hulk Pursuit?

Following the signing of Victor Moses from Wigan, a question is posed as to the position of a deal for Porto winger Hulk to Chelsea. Moses and Hulk are fairly similar players and I always saw Moses as a potential second choice if the Hulk deal we’re to fall through. However, seeing as the Blues have clinched the signing of Nigerian Moses, I can’t really see a position for the big Brazilian in an ever-improving Chelsea team.

The Blues’ transfer saga of the summer seemed to be wrapped up before the closure of the window after personal terms were reportedly agreed and the two clubs we’re on the verge of agreeing a deal. However, despite Hulk making his desire to leave the Portuguese club public, it seems a deal is not to happen this window after Porto have repeatedly presented a stubborn attitude towards negotiations.

It seems the Blues have decided to abandon a deal, opting to sign Moses for about a quarter of Hulk’s potential price tag at £9million, a decent fee for a 21 year old already proven in the Premier League. The two wingers have very similar characteristics: pacy, strong, and skilful on the ball; more than able to cause problems for defenses. Despite how desperate I was for the Blues to secure the signature to Hulk at the beginning of the transfer window, a move for Moses certainly looks more worthwhile; the fee not astronomical for a reliable, proven Premier League player who, at the age of 21, is no where near his peak.and has a lot to offer in the future.

So yes, maybe this does mean the end of Chelsea’s pursuit of Hulk, but frankly, I don’t really mind. Welcome to Stamford Bridge, Victor.

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