After being considered a surplus at the Chelsea Football Club, Victor Moses may be on his way to Sparta Moscow as a former Nigerian international.
The Chelsea legend has come out to make it known to the whole club market, despite playing under the new boss, Frank Lampard
There’s no Victor Moses in his plans for the season.
The Nigerian will have to look elsewhere, particularly like Willian and Pedro Rodriguez, who were part of Antonio Conte’s successful title.
He turned Chelsea away from the Londoners.
In the first place, it was evident as Lampard also considered or talked about him a lot during the pre-season get together.
With the winger, though, set to face the real situation at hand that could be said to be an ill-fated one, we determine the reasons for it.
At the moment, Moses (Victor) is struggling.
Different interest in managerial
In his career, Moses may have been walking in a crossroad scenario after his association with two European heavyweights.
But none of them (Chelsea or Inter Milan) seems to be keen on getting Moses for this word, to be real on this note.
Although there is a luring quest to hang around this side of both clubs as much as their pedigrees indicate, they have no moving agenda.
Forward with a player from the 2018 World Cup.
As the Chelsea midfield star went about his business with the requisite ammunition he wanted ahead of the season, he was never part of the Frank Lampard scheme.
It was not just Moses who found himself in this situation, as the door was shown to Michy Batshuayi.
Lampard made it clear about the instruments he needs to work with at Chelsea while Moses is trying to stick around the team for a potential chance may be in training session.
But with Kai Havertz the focal point of his season transfer signings, Lampard ‘s transfer deals have made it public.
The economic factor may also have played a major role in updating player signatures across different parts during summer transfer deals.
Most clubs lost financial incentives with the COVID-19 Pandemic preventing football activities throughout Europe.
This may differ from TV right, player ads or match tickets that the club was unable to take advantage of as fans were even advised not to come to the Ground in order to curb the disease-caused crises.
Despite the sincere interest of Conte in retaining the former Wigan Athletic, this may have played a role in Inter Milan backing out of the contract.
They needed to balance the book in order to recover ground from the Coronavirus incident, leading along with his parent club Chelsea to the club and the Nigerian separation route.
His stocks have, to say the least, been going down since Moses retired from the National Team.
Although John Obi Mikel, his former Chelsea teammate, retired with Odion Ighalo after AFCON 2019, Moses left the Eagles a year earlier after the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
He lost the chance to play alongside promising Nigerian talents such as Samuel Chukwueze, Samuel Kalu, Henry Onyekuru, and Alex Iwobi, and that might have been a lack of trust and organization in his career.
As well as disconnecting himself from the future golden age of Nigerian football, he has lost contact with continuity.
However, he will pay for it as other players are making headlines for their respective countries and contributing during the International Break.
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