Chelsea, like other top-flight clubs, currently have many players on loan at the moment. Most of them are young promises, yet someone is just in exceeding number in summer.
This is the case for Victor Moses.
Chelsea acquired the Nigerian international from Wigan Athletic in 2012 for a fee of £9 million.
However, the step from Wigan to London was probably too huge for him, who has failed to meet expectations in Blue. He played just 23 Premier League games for Chelsea in the 2012/13 season, with the result he was loaned out to Liverpool last season.
He made almost nothing at Anfield, yet he has been reasonably impressive at Stoke City this year. And now reports claim Alan Pardew is looking at the Nigerian for next year.
Moses was indeed as Crystal Palace from the age of 11 before leaving for Wigan in 2010. With the Eagle safely in the middle of the table, they’re already looking to next Premier League race for safety.
They will need talents and the arrival of Moses would give them a respectable attack further made up by Yannick Bolasie, Jason Puncheon and Wilfried Zaha.