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Victor Moses Is Considering Leaving Chelsea For This Reason (Read Details)

Posted by on October 24th, 2018

 

 

Former Nigerian player, Victor Moses, is fed up
at Chelsea and ready to leave in January,
according to reports. The Blues star, 27, is
considering his future following a lack of first-
team football under Maurizio Sarri.
According to sources, the Blues winger is the
latest Stamford Bridge star to be planning his
escape. The Nigeria international cemented his
spot as a right wing-back in Chelsea’s starting XI
while Antonio Conte was in charge.
But he has fallen down the pecking order this
season after Sarri opted to move him further up
the pitch to play as a winger. He is now battling
against the likes of Eden Hazard , Willian and
Pedro to get into the squad.
At the end of August, Sarri said: “Because he
changed the position on the pitch last season he
played [at right wing-back], and now we want
him to play like a winger.
“We changed the position and, in the new
position, he needs to improve. But it’s only a
question of time, I think.” But Chelsea’s fine run
of form in the Premier League has restricted the
27-year-old’s chances to break into the squad.
Andreas Christensen is another Blues star that
looks set to leave in the new year, with Monaco
showing interest.


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