Moses Is On the Verge of a Season-Long Loan to Merseyside

Chelsea FC winger Victor Moses is on the brink of a season-long loan move to Liverpool as he bids to continue playing regular Premier League football.

Victor Moses Will have to Play regular Football to Fit Into Coach Stephen Keshi's Plans For the 2014 World Cup.
Victor Moses Will have to Play regular Football to Fit Into Coach Stephen Keshi’s Plans For the 2014 World Cup.

The Super Eagles midfielder has not featured for coach Jose Mourinho’s team this season and was not part of the trip to Manchester on Monday.

The Daily Mail reports that the move has somewhat been stalled by the £55,000-a-week (N13.8 million) wages the former Wigan Athletic player earn at Chelsea as the Anfield outfit will only agree on a considerably lesser amount.

Also, Liverpool will have to meet ‘The Blues’’ £2m (about N505 million) valuation of the 22-year-old winger for the season-long loan to materialise.

Should the move to Merseyside Red fall through, Roberto Martinez is also keen to reunite with Moses at Everton.

His chances of featuring for Chelsea this season has been further limited by the £30m arrival of Anzhi Makhachkala attacking midfielder Willian with Kevin de Bruyne, Marco van Ginkel and Andre Schurle already in Mourinho’s scheme for the new season.

Moses has been told he could leave on loan for greener pastures by the Stamford Bridge outfit as Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers hopes to have him boost his attacking options.

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